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where WI denotes the large-scale spectrum and W s denotes the small-scale waves. The cutoff kd is dependent on the frequency of the electromagnetic Wave because large-scale or small-scale is from the point of view of the wavelength of the electromagnetic wave. Thus kd is not an intrinsic parameter of the ocean but is instead a parameter used in electromagnetic scattering. For a particular electromagnetic wave frequency, the results of scattering and emission should not be too dependent on the choice of kd for the electromagnetic model to be useful. Let q be the correlation function of the large-scale roughness (4.8.29) The variance of the slope in the x and y directions are, respectively,
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