Wolfson is a Mathematician in the Ocean Acoustics Department.
Mike's primary interests lie in theoretical and numerical investigations
of long-range propagation of sound in the fluctuating ocean.
Francisco J. Beron-Vera, Michael G. Brown, John A. Colosi, Steven Tomsovic,
Anatoly L. Virovlyansky, Michael A. Wolfson, and George M. Zaslavsky,
"Ray dynamics in a long-range acoustic propagation experiment", J. Acoust.
Soc. Am., Vol. 114, pp. 1226--1242 (2003).
Michael G. Brown, John A. Colosi, Steven Tomsovic, Anatoly L. Virovlyansky,
Michael A. Wolfson, and George M. Zaslavsky, "Ray dynamics in long-range
deep ocean sound propagation", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 113, pp. 2533--2547
F. D. Tappert, J. L. Spiesberger, M. A. Wolfson, "Study of a novel range-dependent
propagation effect with application to the axial injection of signals
from the Kaneohe source," J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 111, pp. 757-762
M. A. Wolfson, S. Tomsovic, "On the stability of long-range sound
propagation through a structured ocean," J. Acoust. Soc. Am., vol.109,
pp. 2693-2703, (2001).
M. A. Wolfson, F. D. Tappert, "Study of horizontal multipaths
and ray chaos due to ocean mesoscale structure," J. Acoust. Soc.
Am., vol. 107, pp. 154-162 (2000).
M. A. Wolfson, J. L. Spiesberger, "Full-wave simulation of the
forward scattering of sound in a structured ocean: A comparison with
observations," vol. 106, pp. 1293-1306 (1999).