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Alan Brammer, Chris D. Thorncroft, and Jason P. Dunion

. 2014 ). Similarly, differences in low-level moisture downstream (i.e., west northwest) of strong AEW troughs was shown to be a significant differentiating factor in the composite analysis of developing and nondeveloping AEWs ( Brammer and Thorncroft 2015 ). Fritz and Wang (2013) showed that midlevel dry air intrusions were also associated with suppressed convection and a halting in the intensification of an otherwise favorable AEW trough over the Atlantic main development region. While Freismuth

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Erin B. Munsell, Jason A. Sippel, Scott A. Braun, Yonghui Weng, and Fuqing Zhang

, R. Holz , H. Revercomb , D. C. Tobin , R. O. Knuteson , and W. L. Smith , 2013 : S-HIS dual regression analysis relative to dropsonde and lidar measurements during HS3. Preprints, HS3 Science Team and Deployment Preparation Meeting , Moffett Field, CA, NASA. [Available online at https://airbornescience.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/documents/2013HS3_STM_DHD.pdf .] Emanuel , K. A. , 1986 : An air–sea interaction theory for tropical cyclones. Part I: Steady-state maintenance

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