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A Buckland Foundation Book. Fishing News (Books) Limited, London. 1967. The purpose of the special lectures commissioned by the Trustees for the Buckland Foundation was to give fishermen (and others concerned with fisheries) knowledge of the great potential that lies in the modern progress being made in the technology of sonar. Although based on those lectures, this book represents a suitably extended and somewhat more technical treatment of the subject; but the technical material has been kept simple and to some extent isolated from the purely descriptive material. Basically, the aim is to enlarge understanding of the possibilities inherent in advanced sonar technology, particularly in relation to narrow-beam sector scanning, but more generally also with a view to obtaining much more information about what is in the sea, at longer ranges and with finer detail, and with srnaller and cheaper electronic equipment. Illustrated (price clipped) dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. Minor shelf wear. 136pp. 220 x 135 mm