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 About the Author
 Lora J. Van Uffelen
Department of Ocean Engineering University of Rhode Island Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882, USA
Lora J. Van Uffelen is an assistant pro- fessor in the Department of Ocean Engineering, University of Rhode Island (Narragansett), where she teaches undergradu- ate and graduate courses in underwater acoustics and leads the Ocean Platforms, Experiments, and Research in Acoustics (OPERA) Lab. She earned her PhD in oceanography from the
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego (La Jolla). Her current research projects focus on long-range underwater acoustic propagation, Arctic acous- tics, vehicle and marine mammal localization, and acoustic sensing on underwater vehicles. She has participated in more than 20 research cruises, with over 400 days at sea.
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