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Timothy J. Lang, Eldo E. Ávila, Richard J. Blakeslee, Jeff Burchfield, Matthew Wingo, Phillip M. Bitzer, Lawrence D. Carey, Wiebke Deierling, Steven J. Goodman, Bruno Lisboa Medina, Gregory Melo, and Rodolfo G. Pereyra

). The documentation included in the release provides detailed explanations of the different datasets. Summary information is provided in Table 2 . All levels of data are provided in files with 10-min increments, following the usual LMA community standard for data reporting. Level-1 data are in the standard American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) format for LMA data that has been used by the community for about two decades. Level-2 data contain a copy of the VHF source data

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Zachary S. Bruick, Kristen L. Rasmussen, and Daniel J. Cecil

1. Introduction Hail in subtropical South America can be very large ( Rasmussen et al. 2014 ) and frequent (10–30 storms per year in central Argentina; Cecil and Blankenship 2012 ), and it causes significant impacts to property and the agricultural economy in this region. Hail has been studied for more than five decades, yet relatively little is known about the storms that produce hail or the environments that support hail-producing storms in subtropical South America. Hail research in the

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