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W. James Steenburgh
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Leah S. Campbell

since this weakens convergent frontogenesis or produces frontolysis. The response in situations when the large-scale flow is parallel to the coast is less clear, but in the case of a land- or sea-breeze front, convergence produced by differential surface roughness along the streamwise-right shore of a lake [e.g., Alestalo and Savijärvi (1985) ; Markowski and Richardson (2010) , see their Fig. 4.24] would produce frontogenesis, whereas divergence produced by differential surface roughness along the

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