The authors wish to thank Dr. Carmen Nappo for his review of this manuscript. His comments and suggestions greatly improved the manuscript. The authors also wish to thank the additional anonymous reviewers, whose comments also improved the manuscript. This research was funded by grants from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA Grant NA07OAR4600493) and the National Science Foundation (NSF Grant ATM0533596).
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