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2019 journal article
Partnering Research, Education, and Operations via a Cool Season Severe Weather Soundings Program
BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY, 100(2), 307–320.
By: K. Sherburn, M. Parker, C. Davenport, R. Sirico, J. Blaes, B. Black, S. McLamb, M. Mugrage, R. Rackliffe
The Development of Severe Vortices within Simulated High-Shear, Low-CAPE Convection
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Rapid evolution of cool season, Low-CAPE severe thunderstorm environments
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Composite environments of severe and nonsevere high-shear, low-cape convective events
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By: K. Sherburn, M. Parker, J. King & G. Lackmann
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Climatology and ingredients of significant severe convection in high-shear, low-CAPE environments
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