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This paper is concerned with the assessment of models of Doppler spectra, derived from high range resolution X-band radar sea clutter observed from an airborne platform over the range of grazing angles, 15 to 45. When looking up or downwind these models represent the strong correlation between mean Doppler shift and local spectrum intensity. When combined with random fluctuations of spectrum width, these characteristics give the spectra a temporal and spatial variability. The models are useddoi:10.1049/iet-rsn.2015.0149 fatcat:5ldmzmjbn5hddbnqfajbwk3m3q