This document describes data, sensors, and other useful information pertaining to the ONR sponsored
QPE field program to quantify, predict and exploit uncertainty in observations and prediction of sound
propagation. This experiment was a joint operation between Taiwanese and U.S. researchers to
measure and assess uncertainty of predictions of acoustic transmission loss and ambient noise, and to
observe the physical oceanography and geology that are necessary to improve their predictability. This
work was performed over the continental shelf and slope northeast of Taiwan at two sites: one that was
a relatively flat, homogeneous shelf region and a more complex geological site just shoreward of the
shelfbreak that was influenced by the proximity of the Kuroshio Current. Environmental moorings
and ADCP moorings were deployed and a shipboard SeaSoar vehicle was used to measure
environmental spatial structure. In addition, multiple bottom moored receivers and a horizontal
hydrophone array were deployed to sample transmission loss from a mobile source and ambient noise.
The acoustic sensors, environmental sensors, shipboard resources, and experiment design, and their
data, are presented and described in this technical report.