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Articles from Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (August 1, 2018)

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10 QUESTIONS WITH ... A new series of profiles celebrating AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologists and Sealholders. Interview 621
2. GLOBAL CLIMATE. Dunn, R.J.H.; Stanitski, D.M.; Gobron, N.; Willett, K.M. Report 35709
3. GLOBAL OCEANS. Report 21171
4. THE TROPICS. Diamond, H.J.; Schreck, C.J. Report 22991
5. THE ARCTIC. Richter-Menge, J.; Jeffries, M.O.; Osborne, E. Report 18744
6. ANTARCTICA. Scambos, T.; Stammerjohn, S. Report 10040
7. REGIONAL CLIMATES. Bissolli, P.; Ganter, C.; Li, T.; Mekonnen, A.; Sanchez-Lugo, A. Report 35912
A Look at 2017: Takeaway Points from the State of the Climate Supplement. Hartfield, G.; Blunden, J.; Arndt, D.S. 3952
A NEW RESEARCH APPROACH FOR OBSERVING AND CHARACTERIZING LAND--ATMOSPHERE FEEDBACK: A novel synergy of scanning lidar systems as well as other in situ and remote sensing instruments provides accurate 3D measurements of numerous dynamical and thermodynamical quantities to evaluate and improve our understanding of land-atmosphere interactions. Wulfmeyer, Volker; Turner, David D.; Baker, B.; Banta, R.; Behrendt, A.; Bonin, T.; Brewer, W.A.; Bu 16681
ABOUT OUR MEMBERS. Brief biography 503
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 2048
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS. List 257
AEROSOL VS GREENHOUSE GAS INFLUENCES ON TROPICAL CYCLONE POTENTIAL INTENSITY. Sobel, Adam H. 575
AMS COUNCILOR CANDIDATES. 5584
AMS PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES. 1432
ANNIVERSARY: TAKEN BY STORM, 2ND EDITION. Brief article 277
APPENDIX I: RELEVANT DATASETS AND SOURCES. 3960
BAD CALL AT HOME PLATE? BLAME THE AIR, NOT THE UMP! Brief article 306
BoBBLE: Ocean--Atmosphere Interaction and Its Impact on the South Asian Monsoon: A field experiment in the southern Bay of Bengal was developed to generate new high-quality in situ observational datasets of the ocean, air-sea interface, and atmosphere during the summer monsoon. Report 9465
CALENDAR OF MEETINGS. 2054
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. List 620
CORRECTION. Correction notice 202
DEFINING SINGLE EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS IN A CLIMATE PERSPECTIVE: A generic road map for objectively defining a single extreme weather event is proposed. Cattiaux, Julien; Ribes, Aurelien Report 8417
EASTERN BOUNDARY CIRCULATION AND HYDROGRAPHY OFF ANGOLA: Building Angolan Oceanographic Capacities: The seasonal circulation and interannual hydrographie variability off the coast of Angola is revealed by biannual research cruise data (1995-2017) from the Nansen Programme. Tchipalanga, P.; Dengler, M.; Brandt, P.; Kopte, R.; Macueria, M.; Coelho, P.; Ostrowski, M.; Keenly Report 9776
EXCEEDING PRECIPITATION THRESHOLDS CONDUCIVE TO SHALLOW LANDSLIDES IN CALIFORNIA. Oakley, Nina 612
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. List 202
FROM HAZARD TO RISK. Sillmann, Jana; Russo, Simone; Sippel, Sebastian; Alnes, Kristina Conference notes 3139
HOW PAST TORNADO EXPERIENCES INFLUENCE RISK PERCEPTION. 375
I. INTRODUCTION. Arndt, D.S.; Blunden, J.; Hartfield, G. 1261
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: THE TASKS AT HAND. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 507
MAPPING EXTREME WAVES OFF THE COAST OF IRELAND. 343
NOMINATION SUBMISSIONS. 956
OBITUARIES. Wuebbles, Donald Obituary 737
REACHING STUDENTS AND PARENTS THROUGH WEATHER SCIENCE AND SAFETY WORKSHOPS FOR TEACHERS: Weather safety workshops with teachers in Georgia conveyed weather safety lessons to thousands of students in kindergarten through eighth grade and made a difference in severe weather readiness at home. Stewart, Alan E.; Knox, John A.; Schneider, Pat 8463
REFERENCES. 32332
STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2017. Blunden, J.; Hartfield, G.; Arndt, D.S. Abstract 1048
STORM-TRACK VARIATION LINKED TO TROPICAL STRATOSPHERE. 386
STUDY FINDS FEEDBACK LOOP IN MELTING ANTARCTIC GLACIERS. 456
SURPRISING SPLIT. 860
THE AMS CENTENNIAL: Share Your Story and Watch for Other Great Activities. Seitter, Keith L. 425
THE INFLUENCE OF COASTAL REGIONS ON THE CARBON CYCLE. 552
THE NORTH ATLANTIC WAVEGUIDE AND DOWNSTREAM IMPACT EXPERIMENT: Multiaircraft and ground-based observations were made over the North Atlantic in the fall of 2016 to investigate the importance of diabatic processes for midlatitude weather. Report 18019
THE ROLE OF NATURAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN RECENT TROPICAL EXPANSION. Allen, Robert J. 473
TORNADO WARNINGS AT NIGHT: WHO GETS THE MESSAGE? Mason, Lisa Reyes 496
TORNADO WARNINGS IN FLASH FLOOD EMERGENCIES: WHAT DO WE EXPECT PEOPLE TO DO? Evans, Jeffry 506
Using the GOES-16 Split Window Difference to Detect a Boundary prior to Cloud Formation. Lindsey, Daniel T.; Bikos, Dan; Grasso, Lewis Case study 2423
WIVERN: A New Satellite Concept to Provide Global In-Cloud Winds, Precipitation, and Cloud Properties: A new satellite concept with a conically scanning W-band Doppler radar to provide in-cloud winds, together with estimates of global rainfall, snowfall, and cloud properties, is examined. Illingworth, A.J.; Battaglia, A.; Bradford, J.; Forsythe, M.; Joe P.; Kollias, P.; Lean, K.; Lori, M Report 11843

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