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Coupled remote sensing and in situ measurements of stronglyforced, fetch-limited waves are applied to assess the role of breaking in an evolving wavefield. Wave growth follows accepted fetch-limited relations, and estimated terms in the Radiative Transfer Equation are in quasi-equilibrium. Remote sensing measurements of the Phillips breaking distribution, Λ(c), using stabilized shipboard video recordings are unimodal and qualitatively consistent with several recent studies. In situ measurementsdoi:10.1175/jpo-d-12-0237.1 fatcat:z23tffpv65egxiw5xnrlcii7mq