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The Acoustic Mid–Ocean Dynamics Experiment (AMODE) was a 1991-1992 experiment involving a tomography array located between Puerto Rico and Bermuda. The width of the array was about 670 kilometers and consisted of six mooring acoustic sources and receivers. The array detected signals of the lowest internal wave modes at diurnal frequencies.
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