Determining the source location, or associating detections of infrasound signals, is made complicated by the need for time‐dependent information about the characteristics of the atmospheric medium through which the signal travels. The wind and temperature have a strong influence on the propagation of the wave, and these physical properties can vary significantly spatially and temporally (Garcés et al., 1998; Drob et al., 2003, 2010). Of particular importance for association and location is to have some constraints on the celerity (horizontal distance from source to receiver divided by travel time of sound wave) and the...

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