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Kristen L. Rasmussen, Melissa A. Burt, Angela Rowe, Rebecca Haacker, Deanna Hence, Lorena Medina Luna, Stephen W. Nesbitt, and Julie Maertens

Ocean (RICO) field campaign developed a robust educational plan that included having students direct a complete scientific mission for the first time (Rauber et al. 2007). Airborne, ground-based, and ship-based platforms have all been used in educational efforts to include graduate and undergraduate students in field research ( Fabry et al. 1995 ; Hallett et al. 1993 ; Borys and Wetzel 1997 ; Wetzel et al. 2003 ; Rauber et al. 2007; Kristovich et al. 2017 ). Building on this tradition, the

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Jake P. Mulholland, Stephen W. Nesbitt, and Robert J. Trapp

-to-bowing MCS transition has been documented before in the USA by Moller et al. (1990) , Conway et al. (1996) , Finley et al. (2001) , Klimowski et al. (2004) , among others, although not explicitly orographic supercell-to-bowing MCS transitions. Finley et al. (2001) used a numerical modeling approach to analyze a supercell-to-bowing MCS transition, determining that just prior to UCG, the low-level cold pool deepened and intensified, which resulted in a strong low-level horizontal pressure gradient

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