Consider the problem of a water halfspace with sound speed c1 and density 1 overlying an elastic halfspace with compressional speed cp, shear speed cs, and density p2.

a. Show that the depth-dependent Green’s function for a point source in the water, at height H above the interface, has a denominator of the form,

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where ks is the shear wavenumber in the solid halfspace, kr is the horizontal wavenumber and kz;1 and kz;2 are the vertical wavenumbers for compressional waves in the two media, and z;2 is the vertical wavenumber for shear waves.

b. Show that d.k/ always has a real root kSCHProfessional Australia Essay Writers | AustraliaEssayWriting.com where k1 is the wavenumber for acoustic waves in the water. The wave associated with this pole is called the Scholte wave.

c. Describe the frequency dispersion characteristics of the Scholte wave.

d. Make a sketch of the particle displacement associated with the Scholte wave on the surface of the elastic medium.

e. Assume the source is placed just above the bottom Professional Australia Essay Writers | AustraliaEssayWriting.com  and emits a broadband signal. The field is measured by means of a bottom mounted vertical array far away from the source, where the field is dominated by the Scholte wave. If the frequency spectrum measured at the receiver on the interface is Professional Australia Essay Writers | AustraliaEssayWriting.com what is the frequency spectrum at height h above the interface?