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Articles from Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (December 1, 2017)

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A COMPARISON OF THE EARLY TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY DROUGHT IN THE UNITED STATES TO THE 1930S AND 1950S DROUGHT EPISODES: The early twenty-first century drought in the United States ranked as one of the most severe droughts of the last 120 years. Heim, Richard R., Jr. Report 8139
ABOUT OUR MEMBERS. Brief article 261
AIP Survey Confirms AMS Members Find Physics Today a Valuable Member Benefit. Seitter, Keith L. 535
AN INTEGRATED DAMAGE, VISUAL, AND RADAR ANALYSIS OF THE 2015 FOSHAN, GUANGDONG, EF3 TORNADO IN CHINA PRODUCED BY THE LANDFALLING TYPHOON MUJIGAE (2015): Damage- and visually derived tornado features, radar-derived tornado signatures, and their juxtapositions are revealed in a tropical cyclone-associated enhanced Fujita 3 (EF3) tornado. Bai, Lanqiang; Meng, Zhiyong; Huang, Ling; Yan, Lijun; Li, Zhaohui; Mai, Xuehu; Huang, Yipeng; Yao, 12296
BUILDING YOUR PROFESSIONAL WEBPAGE. Drager, Aryeh J.; Nielsen, Erik R.; Hitchcock, Stacey M.; Alland, Joshua J.; Carter, Kristy C. 761
CALENDAR OF MEETINGS. Calendar 2537
CECIL E. Tribbia, Joseph Obituary 1080
CoCoRaHS Observers Contribute to "Condition Monitoring" in the Carolinas: A New Initiative Addresses Needs for Drought Impacts Information. Lackstrom, Kirsten; Farris, Amanda; Eckhardt, David; Doesken, Nolan; Reges, Henry; Turner, Julian; S 2405
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. List 601
CREATING NEAR-PERFECT CUBIC ICE CRYSTALS IN THE LAB. 383
Defining Ecological Drought for the Twenty-First Century. Crausbay, Shelley D.; Ramirez, Aaron R.; Carter, Shawn L.; Cross, Molly S.; Hall, Kimberly R.; Bathk Report 4490
DRIVERS AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSES TO THE CHANGING ANNUAL SNOW CYCLE OF NORTHERN ALASKA: On the North Slope of Alaska, earlier spring snowmelt and later onset of autumn snow accumulation are tied to atmospheric dynamics and sea ice conditions resulting in environmental responses. Cox, Christopher J.; Stone, Robert S.; Douglas, David C.; Stanitski, Diane M.; Divoky, George J.; Du 12378
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. List 202
HAZARDOUS WEATHER PREDICTION AND COMMUNICATION IN THE MODERN INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT: Understanding the dynamic, interconnected processes that characterize the modern hazard information system can transform the creation, communication, and use of weather and climate information. Morss, Rebecca E.; Demuth, Julie L.; Lazrus, Heather; Palen, Leysia; Barton, C. Michael; Davis, Chri 13821
HURRICANE FRED (2015): Cape Verde's First Hurricane in Modern Times: Observations, Impacts, and Lessons Learned: Surface and satellite observations along with WRF Model forecasts provide a unique view of Hurricane Fred, the first to strike Cape Verde in 124 years. Jenkins, Gregory S.; Brito, Ester; Soares, Emanuel; Chiao, Sen; Lima, Jose Pimenta; Tavares, Benvend 7062
INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT. 6291
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: MODERN OBSERVABLES. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 510
LIVING ON THE REAL WORLD. 1387
MEGAN VALCOUR: Peer Review Support Assistant. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. Interview 903
SEVERE CONVECTIVE STORMS IN EUROPE: Ten Years of Research and Education at the European Severe Storms Laboratory: The European Severe Storms Laboratory studies severe weather, climate, and forecasting; organizes forecaster training; and manages a large database of severe weather reports. Groenemeijer, Pieter; Pucik, Tomas; Holzer, Alois M.; Antonescu, Bogdan; Riemann-Campe, Kathrin; Sch 4957
SMALL GLACIERS' BIG CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE WATER CYCLE. 364
Smartphone App Brings Human Thermal Comfort Forecast in Your Hands. Heusinkveld, B.G.; Sterenborg, G.; Steeneveld, G.J.; Attema, J.J.; Ronda, R.J.; Holtslag, A.A.M. Report 4811
SPOTTING THE SUN. Brief article 255
STUDY IDENTIFIES ATMOSPHERIC RIVER INFLUENCES. 359
THE FATHER JAMES B. MACELWANE ANNUAL AWARD. Brief article 225
THE INFLUENCE OF BIOLOGY ON SEA SPRAY AEROSOLS. 431
TOWARD AN INTEGRATED SET OF SURFACE METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS FOR CLIMATE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS: We cannot predict what is not observed, and we cannot analyze what is not archived. Fully integrated land meteorological records are essential to advance understanding of weather and climate. Report 8499
UNDERSTANDING SPACE WEATHER: Part III: The Sun's Domain: The solar wind is a continuous, varying outflow of high-temperature plasma, traveling at hundreds of kilometers per second and stretching to over 100 au from the Sun. Strong, Keith; Viall, Nicholeen; Schmelz, Joan; Saba, Julia Report 5862
URBAN FINESCALE FORECASTING REVEALS WEATHER CONDITIONS WITH UNPRECEDENTED DETAIL: Feasibility of numerical weather prediction at urban neighborhood and street scales is demonstrated for summer conditions in Amsterdam. Ronda, R.J.; Steeneveld, G.J.; Heusinkveld, B.G.; Attema, J.J.; Holtslag, A.A.M. 7065
WHAT CAUSES SEA LEVEL RISE HOT SPOTS ALONG THE U.S. EAST COAST? 422
WHY ARE ARCTIC LINKAGES TO EXTREME WEATHER STILL UP IN THE AIR? Possible explanations for the ongoing controversy surrounding connections between the rapidly warming Arctic and changing weather patterns in midlatitudes are explored. Francis, Jennifer A. Essay 4356

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