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Articles from Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (June 1, 2015)

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10 Questions with ... a new series of profiles celebrating AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologists and Sealholders. Interview 449
A long-term, high-quality, high-vertical-resolution GPS dropsonde dataset for hurricane and other studies: a long-term, high-quality, high-vertical-resolution GPS dropsonde dataset is created from NOAA hurricane flights and consists of 13,681 atmospheric profiles for 120 tropical cyclones. Wang, Junhong "June"; Young, Kate; Hock, Terry; Lauritsen, Dean; Behringer, Dalton; Black, Michael; 6873
AMS Chapter in action. 312
Calendar of meetings. 1914
Community support and transition of research to operations for the hurricane weather research and forecasting model: how the Developmental Testbed Center facilitates the use of HWRF by the community, leading to an improved model for operations. Bernardet, L.; Tallapragada, V.; Bao, S.; Trahan, S.; Kwon, Y.; Liu, Q.; Tong, M.; Biswas, M.; Brown 4751
Corporation and institutional members: membership in the American Meteorological Society does not imply AMS endorsement of an organization's products or services. 702
Doug Hahn: technical editor. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. 815
Echoes. Brief article 244
Fellowship and scholarship sponsors. 233
Hurricanes and climate: the U.S. CLIVAR Working Group on Hurricanes: although a theory of the climatology of tropical cyclone formation remains elusive, high-resolution climate models can now simulate many aspects of tropical cyclone climate. Walsh, Kevin J.E.; Camargo, Suzana J.; Vecchi, Gabriel A.; Daloz, Anne Sophie; Elsner, James; Emanue 12726
If they build it, water will come. Brief article 221
Ionospheric study sheds light on GPS interference. 376
IWAL-an interactive weather analysis laboratory. Limbach, Sebastian; Sprenger, Michael; Schomer, Elmar; Wernli, Heini Report 2811
Letter from the editor: the more the merrier. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 512
Melting glaciers create underwater cacophony. 402
Meteorologist Michael Page is joining the weather department at New England Cable News (NECN). Brief article 121
New views of seafloor and coastline. Brief article 208
Philippines dominates list of cities most at risk to natural hazards. Brief article 260
Professional directory. Directory 1736
Rethinking the default construction of multimodel climate ensembles: in constructing climate model data ensembles, an argument is made for defaulting to cross-generational ensembles that use all available model data except when constrained by observations. Rauser, Florian; Gleckler, Peter; Marotzke, Jochem 4802
Ron Przybylinski: 1953-2015. Doswell, Charles Obituary 611
Sharing research publications. Seitter, Keith L. 522
Supertyphoon structure captured in space station photos. Brief article 231
The DYMECS project: a statistical approach for the evaluation of convective storms in high-resolution NWP models: the 3D structures of over 1,000 convective storms observed by the Chilboiton radar are used to constrain storm dynamics and microphysics in models with resolutions between 100 and 1,500 m. Stein, Thorwald H.M.; Hogan, Robin J.; Clark, Peter A.; Halliwell, Carol E.; Hanley, Kirsty E.; Lean Report 7455
Transformation of the CSU-CHILL radar facility to a dual-frequency, dual-polarization Doppler system: the CSU-CHILL radar can now make simultaneous polarimetric measurements at S and X bands to advance the understanding of precipitation processes. Junyent, Francesc; Chandrasekar, V.; Bringi, V.N.; Rutledge, S.A.; Kennedy, P.C.; Brunkow, D.; Georg Report 6670
Understanding ENSO diversity: improved determination of ENSO predictability, teleconnections, and impacts requires a better understanding of event-to-event differences in ENSO spatial patterns and evolution. Capotondi, Antonietta; Wittenberg, Andrew T.; Newman, Matthew; Di Lorenzo, Emanuele; Yu, Jin-Yi; Bra Report 10819
Water vapor provides better way to identify urban pollution. 396
Weather analysis and forecasting: an Information Statement of the American Meteorological Society. 2384
Which African storms lead to Atlantic hurricanes? 390
Women in Weather. 1518

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