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

regulation of severe weather hazard type by parent convective mode (e.g., supercells have greater tornado/large hail threat; MCSs have greater damaging winds/flash flooding threat; Trapp et al. 2005 ; Dial et al. 2010 ; Smith et al. 2012 ), it is vitally important to understand how terrain may impact what convective mode(s) is (are) favored in a given environment. Our central research question is: How do terrain induced modifications to a given supercell/MCS background environment affect deep

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