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Articles from Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (December 1, 2016)

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"The stippling shows statistically significant grid points": how research results are routinely overstated and overinterpreted, and what to do about it. Wilks, D.S. Report 6550
10 questions with ... a series of profiles celebrating AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologists and Sealholders. Interview 440
2016 Science fairs. 3479
67th International Science and Engineering Fair: Phoenix, Arizona, May 9-13, 2016. 659
A laboratory facility to study gas-aerosol-cloud interactions in a turbulent environment: the [PI] chamber: a turbulent, multiphase reaction chamber has been developed that is capable of generating and sustaining cloud formation in simulated tropospheric conditions for minutes to days. Chang, K.; Bench, J.; Brege, M.; Cantrell, W.; Chandrakar, K.; Ciochetto, D.; Mazzoleni, C.; Mazzole Report 8926
A review of targeted observations: targeted observations to improve numerical forecasts of high-impact weather events over the past two decades, particularly during the THORPEX era (2005-14), are evaluated. Majumdar, Sharanya J. Report 11799
About our members. 592
Allen Day Pearson: 1925-2016. Henderson, James Obituary 637
An Introduction to Clouds from Microscale to Climate. Book review 106
Calendar of meetings. Calendar 2038
Challenges and prospects for reducing coupled climate model SST biases in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic and Pacific Oceans: the U.S. CLIVAR Eastern Tropical Oceans Synthesis Working Group: warm tropical SST biases in coupled climate models can be improved through a focus on identifying and rectifying systematic biases in individual models and on the representation of specific processes in the upwelling regions. Zuidema, Paquita; Chang, Ping; Medeiros, Brian; Kirtman, Ben P.; Mechoso, Roberto; Schneider, Edwin 11653
Corporation and institutional members. 621
Earth's Climate Evolution. North, Gerald R. Book review 879
Explaining extreme events of 2015 from a climate perspective. Herring, Stephanie C.; Hoell, Andrew; Hoerling, Martin P.; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Carl J., III; 18157
Explaining extreme events of 2015 from a climate perspective. Herring, Stephanie C.; Hoell, Andrew; Hoerling, Martin P.; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Carl J., III; 15185
Explaining extreme events of 2015 from a climate perspective. Herring, Stephanie C.; Hoell, Andrew; Hoerling, Martin P.; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Carl J., III; Report 14574
Explaining extreme events of 2015 from a climate perspective. Herring, Stephanie C.; Hoell, Andrew; Hoerling, Martin P.; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Carl J., III; Report 14796
Explaining extreme events of 2015 from a climate perspective. Herring, Stephanie C.; Hoell, Andrew; Hoerling, Martin P.; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Carl J., III; 8777
Flood Forecasting: A Global Perspective. Book review 114
In some ways, the value of this is a blank page yet to be written. Brief article 231
It's a new breed of political challenge we have to think about. Brief article 239
Letter from the editor: talking about climate change. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 518
Linking meteorology, turbulence, and air chemistry in the Amazon rain forest: a field campaign reveals that the Amazon rain forest produces enough chemical species to undergo oxidation and generate aerosols, which can activate into cloud condensation nuclei and potentially influence cloud formation. Fuentes, Jose D.; Chamecki, Marcelo; Santos, Rosa Maria Nascimento dos; Von Randow, Celso; Stoy, Pau Report 7192
Microclimate and Local Climate. Brief article 112
MiKlip: a national research project on decadal climate prediction: a German national project coordinates research on improving a global decadal climate prediction system for future operational use. Marotzke, Jochem; Muller, Wolfgang A.; Vamborg, Freja S.E.; Becker, Paul; Cubasch, Ulrich; Feldmann, 9001
Nomination submissions. 956
Open access for all AMS Journal content more than one year old. Seitter, Keith L. Editorial 371
Pacific sea levels linked to air temperatures. 463
Python Programming and Visualization for Scientists. Mickelson, Sheri Book review 604
Recommendations for improving U.S. NSF-supported airborne microwave radiometry. Zuidema, Paquita; Haggerty, Julie; Cadeddu, Maria; Jensen, Jorgen; Orlandi, Emiliano; Mech, Mario; V Report 1885
Ricky Sidla: meetings coordinator. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. 661
S4: an O2R/R2O infrastructure for optimizing satellite data utilization in NOAA numerical modeling systems: a step toward bridging the gap between research and operations: an infrastructure has been established to engage the broader research community that is working on improving satellite data utilization in NOAA numerical modeling systems.. 11536
Soil moisture influences rainfall probability. 379
Solar eruptions impact cloud cover on Earth. 438
Study finds convective cloud interaction precedes extreme rains. 335
Studying the weather and climate of Alaska across a network of observers. Collins, Richard L.; Warner, Susan P.; Martus, Cameron M.; Moss, Jennifer L.; Leelasaskultum, Ketsir Report 5827
The Father James B. Macelwane Annual Award. Brief article 308
Tracking hurricane forecasts through time. Brief article 249
When El Nino rages: how satellite data can help water-stressed islands. Luchetti, Nicholas T.; Sutton, Jessica R.P.; Wright, Ethan E.; Kruk, Michael C.; Marra, John J. Report 4289

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