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Brandon J. Vogt and Stephen J. Hodanish

gradient, with the highest densities typically occurring more than halfway up mountain slopes. The author offered several possible explanations for the variability in stroke density in the mountainous areas, including surface-driven turbulence, terrain roughness, along with height and slope variations of the surface electrical boundary conditions. Bourscheidt et al. (2009) , in an analysis of lightning flash density over sections of the Rio Grande do Sul state of Brazil, also observed the greatest

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