Subject: Re: Mixing it...
From: Alexandra Hettergott (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 25 1999 - 09:06:35 EDT
>I think the key elements were the large lake, the time of night, and the
>season. It seems to me that the 'warm' lake water (in comparison to the
>cooler night air) had created an atmospheric temperature inversion (and a
>light mist). The changes in the density of the air caused the sound to be
>refelected back to the ground.
-- Well, might be easier in case of waves needing no medium of propagation, like the
light... Yet thanks for the enlightenment.
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