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W. G. Blumberg, T. J. Wagner, D. D. Turner, and J. Correia Jr.

, while a change in the height of B min may be correctly detected with a probability of 50%–60%. This difference suggests that the AERI’s primary benefit when assessing destabilization may be identifying changes to the initial parcel properties rather than precise changes in the environment, such as the lifting of a capping inversion. This is useful given that some of the dramatic changes in parcel instability are associated with an increase in moisture of the low levels rather than a change in

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