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Advances in distributed fiber-optic sensing for monitoring marine infrastructure, measuring the deep ocean, and quantifying the risks posed by seafloor hazards

Advances in distributed fiber-optic sensing for monitoring marine infrastructure, measuring the deep ocean, and quantifying the risks posed by seafloor hazards
Advances in distributed fiber-optic sensing for monitoring marine infrastructure, measuring the deep ocean, and quantifying the risks posed by seafloor hazards
Distributed optical fiber sensors provide new opportunities for monitoring the marine environment. We review the physical foundations of this sensor technology and discuss how it can be applied to radically augment the networks of subsea sensors that help monitor fundamental marine processes and to complete our understanding of local, regional, and global interactions in this environment.

Keywords: distributed fiber-optic sensors, subsea infrastructure monitoring, seabed
stability, turbidity currents, subsea seismic activity
0025-3324
58-73
Belal, Mohammad
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Belal, Mohammad
33550de9-0df1-4c90-bae6-3eb65c62778a

Belal, Mohammad (2018) Advances in distributed fiber-optic sensing for monitoring marine infrastructure, measuring the deep ocean, and quantifying the risks posed by seafloor hazards. Marine Technology Society Journal, 52 (5), 58-73.

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Distributed optical fiber sensors provide new opportunities for monitoring the marine environment. We review the physical foundations of this sensor technology and discuss how it can be applied to radically augment the networks of subsea sensors that help monitor fundamental marine processes and to complete our understanding of local, regional, and global interactions in this environment.

Keywords: distributed fiber-optic sensors, subsea infrastructure monitoring, seabed
stability, turbidity currents, subsea seismic activity

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Accepted/In Press date: 10 August 2018
e-pub ahead of print date: 20 September 2018
Additional Information: This article is for personal use only, and is not to be distributed in any format.For educational (non- commercial) purposesThe Marine Technology Society is a not-for-profit, international, professional association. Founded in 1963, the Society believes that the advancement of marine technology and the productive, sustainable use of the oceans depend upon the active exchange of ideas between government, industry and academia. See www.mtsociety.org

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Local EPrints ID: 425079
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/425079
ISSN: 0025-3324
PURE UUID: ea3a86bd-814e-4f95-93bf-520c4e059f9c
ORCID for Mohammad Belal: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5175-3158

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Date deposited: 10 Oct 2018 16:30
Last modified: 14 Mar 2019 01:39

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