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In ocean remote sensing, the backscattered light received by optical remote sensor carries the light information of the ocean itself. Ocean optical remote sensing is closely related to the spectral characteristics of water body. Ocean spectral characteristics are the basic research and application of ocean remote sensing. The two sensors have a small bandwidth and a bandwidth of 50 to 100 nanometres. In this paper, the spectral structure of the ocean is studied by measurements means and ocean hyperspectral characteristics. It can be found that the changes of offshore body optical parameters can be understood by the spectral characteristic components experiments with different materials in sea water.