• Barrick, D. (1971), Theory of HF and VHF propagation across the rough sea. 2: Application to HF and VHF propagation above the sea, Radio Sci., 6(5), 527533.
  • Barrick, D., and J. Snider (1977), The statistics of HF sea-echo Doppler spectra, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag., 25, 1928.
  • Barton, D. (1987), Modern Radar Systems Analysis, Artech House, Norwood, Mass.
  • Collin, R. (1985), Antennas and Radio Wave Propagation, McGraw-Hill, New York.
  • Dawe, B. (1988), Radio wave propagation over earth: Field calculations and an implementation of the roughness effect, Master's thesis, Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland, St. John's, Canada.
  • Gill, E., and J. Walsh (2000), Bistatic form of the electric field equations for the scattering of vertically polarized high frequency ground wave radiation from slightly rough, good conducting surfaces, Radio Sci., 35(6), 13231335.
  • Gill, E., and J. Walsh (2001), High-frequency bistatic cross sections of the ocean surface, Radio Sci., 36(6), 14591475.
  • Harris, F. (1978), On the use of windows for harmonic analysis with the discrete Fourier transform, Proc. IEEE, 66(1), 5183.
  • Hickey, K., E. Gill, J. Helbig, and J. Walsh (1994), Measurement of ocean surface currents using a long-range, high-frequency ground wave radar, IEEE J. Oceanic Eng., 19(4), 549554.
  • International Telecommunications Union (1994), Propagation in Ionized Media (ITU-R Recommendations, 1994 PI Series Volume), ITU, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Kinsman, B. (2002), Wind Waves—Their Generation and Propagation on the Ocean Surface, Courier Dover Publ., New York.
  • Lathi, B. (1968), Random Signals and Communication Theory, International Textbook Co., Scranton, Pa.
  • Pierson, W. (1955), Wind generated gravity waves, Adv. Geophys., 2, 93178.
  • Pierson, W., and L. Moskowitz (1964), A proposed spectral form for fully developed seas based upon the similarity theory of S.A. Kitaigorodskii, J. Geophys. Res., 69(24), 51815190.
  • Srivastava, S. (1984), Analysis of HF scattering from an ocean surface: An alternative approach incorporating a dipole source, Ph.D. thesis, Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland, St. John's, Canada.
  • The MathWorks, Inc. (1994), MATLAB, Version 4.2b, Natick, Mass.
  • Tucker, M. (1991), Waves in Ocean Engineering, Ellis Horwood, New York.
  • Walsh, J., and B. J. Dawe (1994), Development of a model for the first order bistatic ocean clutter radar cross section for ground wave radars, Northern Radar Systems Limited contract report for the Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Department of National Defence, Government of Canada, DSS Contract Number W7714-1-9569/01-ST.
  • Walsh, J., and E. Gill (2000), An analysis of the scattering of high frequency electromagnetic radiation from rough surfaces with application to pulse radar operating in backscatter mode, Radio Sci., 35(6), 13371359.
  • Walsh, J., R. Howell, and B. Dawe (1990), Model development for evaluation studies of ground wave radar, C-CORE contract report 90-C14 for the Department of National Defence, Government of Canada, DSS Contract Number W7714-8-5655/01-SS.