Wind uplift is mostly associated with roof shingles, but nearly all roof systems are vulnerable to negative wind lift.  The more elements involved in a roof system, the more opportunity for failure.  Wind uplift can occur within low slope roof assembly as well as shingle roofs.  Fasteners can be pulled from the deck or the roof membrane can come loose from its substrate, both are problems.  While uplift on a shingled surface is fairly easy to show, with low slope roofs GBI professionals use an uplift chamber in accordance with ASTM and/or FM standards to show roof system failures due to exposure to high winds. here.