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James D. Doyle
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Jonathan R. Moskaitis
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Joel W. Feldmeier
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Ronald J. Ferek
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Mark Beaubien
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Michael M. Bell
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Daniel L. Cecil
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Robert L. Creasey
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Patrick Duran
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Russell L. Elsberry
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William A. Komaromi
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John Molinari
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David R. Ryglicki
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Daniel P. Stern
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Christopher S. Velden
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Xuguang Wang
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Todd Allen
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Bradford S. Barrett
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Peter G. Black
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Jason P. Dunion
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Kerry A. Emanuel
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Patrick A. Harr
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Lee Harrison
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Eric A. Hendricks
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Derrick Herndon
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William Q. Jeffries
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Sharanya J. Majumdar
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James A. Moore
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Zhaoxia Pu
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Robert F. Rogers
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Elizabeth R. Sanabia
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Gregory J. Tripoli
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Da-Lin Zhang

nonintensifying TCs have no such link ( Merrill 1988a ). Recent research has further demonstrated that outflow tends to develop in regions where upper-tropospheric inertial stability is low, and stronger outflow tends to be associated with intensifying TCs ( Rappin et al. 2011 ; Barrett et al. 2016 ; Komaromi and Doyle 2017 ). Synoptic-scale forcing has been found to further reduce upper-tropospheric inertial stability, which favors intensification ( Rappin et al. 2011 ). Additionally, eddy flux convergence

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