The wind damage to this roof was most likely caused by ____.
a. Poor bonding due to roof steepness
b. Poor bonding due to adhesive strip contamination before full bonding was achieved.
c. Severe updraft
d. Uplift (loss of laminar flow/negative air pressure) caused by strong wind moving from right to left in the photo.
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