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

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A New Way to Forecast Extreme Events. 334
Alexander MacDonald received the Renewable Natural Resources Foundation's 2016 Sustained Achievement Award for his long-term contribution to weather and climate science, and innovation in wind and solar energy research. 219
Alexander MacDonald. Brief article 219
AMS abroad. Interview 1099
AMS ABROAD. Interview 1098
AMS policy on using copyrighted materials. 182
CALENDAR OF MEETINGS. Calendar 2047
Calendar of meetings. 2045
Clarifying the character of glacial moulins. 358
Clarifying the Character of Glacial Moulins. 358
CMIP5 scientific gaps and recommendations for CMIP6: the scientific gaps identified in the fifth phase of the Coupled Model Intel-comparison Project (CMIP5) that guided the experiment for its next phase, CMIP6, are identified. Stouffer, R.J.; Eyring, V.; Meehl, G.A.; Bony, S.; Senior, C.; Stevens, B.; Taylor, K.E. 7875
CMIP5 SCIENTIFIC GAPS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CMIP6: The scientific gaps identified in the fifth phase of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP5) that guided the experiment for its next phase, CMIP6, are identified. Stouffer, R.J.; Eyring, V.; Meehl, G.A.; Bony, S.; Senior, C.; Stevens, B.; Taylor, K.E. 7888
Columbia University. Brief article 191
COORDINATED AIRBORNE STUDIES IN THE TROPICS (CAST): The CAST project involves studying the chemical composition of the atmosphere in the tropical warm pool region to improve our understanding of trace gas transport in convection. 11598
Coordinated airborne studies in the tropics (CAST): the CAST project involves studying the chemical composition of the atmosphere in the tropical warm pool region to improve our understanding of trace gas transport in convection. Report 11658
Corporation and institutional members. List 619
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS: Membership in the American Meteorological Society does not imply AMS endorsement of an organization's products or services. 564
Dispelling some myths about certified consulting meteorologists. Baer, Mitchell; Wenclawiak, Mark; Hoffnagle, Gale 1202
DISPELLING SOME MYTHS ABOUT CERTIFIED CONSULTING METEOROLOGISTS. Baer, Mitchell; Wenclawiak, Mark; Hoffnagle, Gale 1201
Do convection-permitting regional climate models improve projections of future precipitation change? Climate change experiments at very high (kilometer scale) resolution are now available that provide potential added value to future projections for convective precipitation, wind gusts, hail, fog, and lightning. Kendon, Elizabeth J.; Ban, Nikolina; Roberts, Nigel M.; Fowler, Hayley J.; Roberts, Malcolm J.; Chan 8565
DO CONVECTION-PERMITTING REGIONAL CLIMATE MODELS IMPROVE PROJECTIONS OF FUTURE PRECIPITATION CHANGE? Climate change experiments at very high (kilometer scale) resolution are now available that provide potential added value to future projections for convective precipitation, wind gusts, hail, fog, and lightning. Kendon, Elizabeth J.; Ban, Nikolina; Roberts, Nigel M.; Fowler, Hayley J.; Roberts, Malcolm J.; Chan 8543
ECHOES. Brief article 228
Echoes. Brief article 228
EVOLUTION OF A LONG-TRACK VIOLENT TORNADO WITHIN A SIMULATED SUPERCELL: Utilizing state-of-the-art visualization and analysis software, we explore the evolution of a violent tornado within a simulated supercell thunderstorm and describe associated computational challenges. Orf, Leigh; Wilhelmson, Robert; Lee, Bruce; Finley, Catherine; Houston, Adam 11365
Evolution of a long-track violent tornado within a simulated supercell: utilizing state-of-the-art visualization and analysis software, we explore the evolution of a violent tornado within a simulated supercell thunderstorm and describe associated computational challenges. Orf, Leigh; Wilhelmson, Robert; Lee, Bruce; Finley, Catherine; Houston, Adam Report 11356
Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Brief article 191
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. Brief article 231
How Wildfire Smoke Affects Clouds. 362
In United States, the Midwest Is Most Vulnerable to Space Weather. 355
In United States, the Midwest is most vulnerable to space weather. 355
JOHN SHEARER IRWIN: 1945-2016. Rao, S.T. Obituary 258
John Shearer Irwin: 1945-2016. Rao, S.T. Brief article 255
KVUE. Brief article 112
Letter from the editor: into the vortex. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 502
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: INTO THE VORTEX. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 502
MAKING CLIMATE DATA SING: Using Music-like Sonifications to Convey a Key Climate Record. George, Scott St.; Crawford, Daniel; Reubold, Todd; Giorgi, Elizabeth 3135
Making climate data sing: using music-like sonifications to convey a key climate record. George, Scott St.; Crawford, Daniel; Reubold, Todd; Giorgi, Elizabeth 3132
MATTHEW J. PARKER 2017 AMS President. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. 1158
Matthew J. Parker: 2017 AMS President. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. 1161
Pacific temperatures influence middle atmosphere. 326
Pacific Temperatures Influence Middle Atmosphere. 326
Potential Value of Expert Elicitation for Determining Differential Credibility of Regional Climate Change Simulations: An Exercise with the NARCCAP co-PIs for the Southwest Monsoon Region of North America. Mearns, Linda O.; Bukovsky, Melissa S.; Schweizer, Vanessa J. 3993
Potential value of expert elicitation for determining differential credibility of regional climate change simulations: an exercise with the NARCCAP co-PIs for the southwest monsoon region of north America. Mearns, Linda O.; Bukovsky, Melissa S.; Schweizer, Vanessa J. 3983
So, how much of the earth's surface is covered by rain gauges? The total area measured globally by all currently available rain gauges is surprisingly small, equivalent to less than half a football field or soccer pitch. Kidd, Chris; Becker, Andreas; Huffman, George J.; Muller, Catherine L.; Joe, Paul; Skofronick-Jackso Report 6707
SO, HOW MUCH OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE IS COVERED BY RAIN GAUGES? The total area measured globally by all currently available rain gauges is surprisingly small, equivalent to less than half a football field or soccer pitch. Kidd, Chris; Becker, Andreas; Huffman, George J.; Muller, Catherine L.; Joe, Paul; Skofronick-Jackso 6699
SOLAR RENEWABLE ENERGY: The Important and Challenging Role for Meteorology. Weatherhead, Elizabeth C.; Clack, Christopher T.M. 2424
Solar renewable energy: the important and challenging role for meteorology. Weatherhead, Elizabeth C.; Clack, Christopher T.M. 2422
The AMS 100th Anniversary Campaign--"Imagine the Potential, Engage the World, Empower the Future". Seitter, Keith L. 701
THE CONVECTIVE TRANSPORT OF ACTIVE SPECIES IN THE TROPICS (CONTRAST) EXPERIMENT: Airborne observations over the tropical western Pacific warm pool characterize the role of tropical convection in linking oceanic processes to ozone chemistry in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere. 12004
The convective transport of active species in the tropics (contrast) experiment: airborne observations over the tropical western Pacific warm pool characterize the role of tropical convection in linking oceanic processes to ozone chemistry in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere. Report 11394
The NASA Airborne Tropical Tropopause Experiment: high-altitude aircraft measurements in the Tropical Western Pacific: we describe the Global Hawk flights and the measurements made during the NASA Airborne Tropical Tropopause Experiment (ATTREX) 2014 Western Pacific campaign based in Guam. 8173
THE NASA AIRBORNE TROPICAL TROPOPAUSE EXPERIMENT: High-Altitude Aircraft Measurements in the Tropical Western Pacific: We describe the Global Hawk flights and the measurements made during the NASA Airborne Tropical Tropopause Experiment (ATTREX) 2014 western Pacific campaign based in Guam. 8196
THE SUBSEASONAL TO SEASONAL (S2S) PREDICTION PROJECT DATABASE: A database containing subseasonal to seasonal forecasts from 11 operational centers is available to the research community and will help advance our understanding of predictability at the subseasonal to seasonal time range. 6857
The subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) prediction project database: a database containing subseasonal to seasonal forecasts from 11 operational centers is available to the research community and will help advance our understanding of predictability at the subseasonal to seasonal time range. Vitart, F.; Ardilouze, C.; Bonet, A.; Brookshaw, A.; Chen, M.; Codorean, C.; Deque, M.; Ferranti, L. Report 6804
Turning the table on typhoons. Brief article 270
TURNING THE TABLES ON TYPHOONS. 270
WHAT IS THE POLAR VORTEX AND HOW DOES IT INFLUENCE WEATHER? There are separate stratospheric and tropospheric planetary-scale circumpolar vortices, with differing structure, seasonality, dynamics, and impacts on extreme weather. Waugh, Darryn W.; Sobel, Adam H.; Polvani, Lorenzo M. 4483
What is the polar vortex and how does it influence weather? There are separate stratospheric and tropospheric planetary-scale circumpolar vortices, with differing structure, seasonality, dynamics, and impacts on extreme weather. Waugh, Darryn W.; Sobel, Adam H.; Polvani, Lorenzo M. Essay 4481

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