Use of the parcel buoyancy minimum (Bmin) to diagnose simulated thermodynamic destabilization. Part I: Methodology and case studies of MCS initiation environments

Trier, S. B., C. A. Davis, D. Ahijevych, and K. W. Manning, 2014: Use of the parcel buoyancy minimum (Bmin) to diagnose simulated thermodynamic destabilization. Part I: Methodology and case studies of MCS initiation environments. Monthly Weather Review, 142, 945-966, doi:10.1175/MWR-D-13-00272.1.

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