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

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#COMMUNICATIONBRAINSTORMING. Brief article 266
ABOUT OUR MEMBERS. 813
AFFORDABLE ROTATING FLUID DEMONSTRATIONS FOR GEOSCIENCE EDUCATION: The DIYnamics Project: An ultra low-cost rotating tank platform made of LEGOs and a lazy susan has been developed and utilized for teaching elementary--through graduate-level students. Hill, Spencer A.; Lora, Juan M.; Khoo, Norris; Faulk, Sean P.; Aurnou, Jonathan M. Report 6005
AGILE DEVELOPMENT IN METEOROLOGICAL R&D: Achieving a Minimum Viable Product in a Scrum Work Setting: The Agile Way of Working (AoW) was applied to three innovation projects at the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute. de Cerff, Wim Som; van de Vegte, John; Boers, Reinout; Brandsma, Theo; de Haij, Marijn; van Moosel, Report 7936
AMS CHAPTERS IN ACTION. Brief article 322
AN EXPERIMENTAL HURRICANE WIND INTENSITY SIZE INDEX (HWISI). Hobgood, Jay S. 1400
CALENDAR OF MEETINGS. Calendar 2350
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. List 639
DANIEL HARLOW LUFKIN: 1930-2018. Lufkin, Patricia Obituary 613
Drought Amelioration: An Engagement-to-implementation Success Story. Kruk, Michael C.; Vose, Russell; Heim, Richard; Arguez, Anthony; Enloe, Jesse; Yin, Xungang; Wallis, 3272
EYEWITNESS: EVOLUTION OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES. Fleagle, Robert G. Book review 328
FACILITATING THE SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING EFFORTS OF PROFESSIONAL METEOROLOGISTS. LaDue, Daphne S.; Cohen, Ariel E. Report 5926
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. List 202
LAKE SEDIMENTS PROVIDE NEW CLUES ON DROUGHT THAT DEVASTATED MAYANS. 379
LIGHTNING SAFETY: An Information Statement of the American Meteorological Society. 638
LOCALLY ENHANCED EXTREME PRECIPITATION IN ATMOSPHERIC RIVERS SIMULATED IN AN RCM. Lorente-Plazas, Raquel; Mitchell, T.P.; Mauger, G.; Salathe, E.P. 540
LOOKING AT ANCIENT MUD TO CLARIFY MONSOON HISTORY. 530
NOMINATION SUBMISSIONS. 954
OBSERVING CLOUDS IN 4D WITH MULTIVIEW STEREOPHOTOGRAMMETRY: Six cameras along a 12-km-diameter circle generate a 4D view of clouds at the Southern Great Plains atmospheric observatory in Oklahoma. Romps, David M.; Oktem, Rusen Report 6957
ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS. Seitter, Keith L. 456
PHYSICAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE TROPICAL CYCLONE WIND-PRESSURE RELATIONSHIP. Chavas, Daniel R.; Reed, K.A.; Knaff, J.A. 506
PROTOCOLS AND PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENGAGING PACIFIC ISLAND COMMUNITIES IN THE COLLECTION AND USE OF TRADITIONAL CLIMATE KNOWLEDGE: Traditional weather and climate knowledge remains Important for environmental decision-making in the Pacific. Malsale, Philip; Sanau, Noel; Tofaeono, Tile I.; Kavisi, Zarn; Willy, Albert; Mitiepo, Rossy; Lui, S 12945
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IN SITU AND REMOTE SENSING CAPABILITIES IN ATMOSPHERIC CONVECTION AND TURBULENCE: Recommendations for instruments and capabilities needed to advance the study of atmospheric convection and turbulence are presented. Geerts, Bart; Raymond, David J.; Grubisic, Vanda; Davis, Christopher A.; Barth, Mary C.; Detwiler, A Report 5278
Reflections on Hurricane Florence ... Human Nature ... and the Ulysses Pact. 1482
RETURN PERIODS OF THE MOST INTENSE ATMOSPHERIC RIVER LANDFALLS IN THE WEST. Dettinger, M.D.; Ralph, F.M.; Rutz, J.J. 430
STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS. Brief article 134
STUDY FINDS POSSIBLE CONNECTION BETWEEN TORNADO DAYS AND ARCTIC ICE. Report 495
THE DARK SIDE OF HURRICANE MATTHEW: Unique Perspectives from the VIIRS Day/Night Band: The VIIRS Day/Night Band on Suomi NPP reveals key nocturnal aspects of the storm during its deadly traverse through the Caribbean and the U.S. eastern seaboard. Miller, Steven D.; Straka, William C., III; Yue, Jia; Seaman, Curtis J.; Xu, Shuang; Elvidge, Christ 8596
THE HARLEM HEAT PROJECT: A Unique Media-Community Collaboration to Study Indoor Heat Waves: A consortium of media partners, a community action group, and academic scientists studied the impact of indoor residential heat waves in the New York neighborhood of Harlem. Vant-Hull, Brian; Ramamurthy, Prathap; Havlik, Brooke; Jusino, Carlos; Corbin-Mark, Cecil; Schuerman Report 10475
THE INFLUENCE OF C[O.sub.2] FORCING ON NORTH AMERICAN MONSOON MOISTURE SURGES. Pascale, Salvatore; Kapnick, S.B.; Bordoni, S.; Delworth, T.L. 592
THE MYSTERY OF DISAPPEARING CLOUDS OFF AFRICA'S COAST. Report 364
THE RAPID DEPLOYMENTS TO WILDFIRES EXPERIMENT (RaDFIRE): Observations from the Fire Zone: Observations from within the fire environment during active wildfires highlight meteorological processes associated with fire-atmosphere interactions. Clements, Craig B.; Lareau, Neil P.; Kingsmill, David E.; Bowers, Carrie L.; Camacho, Chris P.; Bagl 9922
THE TC DIURNAL CYCLE: THE LANDFALL BEFORE THE LANDFALL. Dunion, Jason P.; Thorncroft, C.; Velden, C.; McNoldy, B. 499
ULTRAFINE PARTICLES IN THE LOWER TROPOSPHERE: Major Sources, Invisible Plumes, and Meteorological Transport Processes: A decade of airborne regional-scale measurements of aerosol size distributions and meteorological parameters allows apportionment of major sources and budget estimates for ultrafine particles. Junkermann, Wolfgang; Hacker, Jorg M. 10217
VISUALIZING CLIMATE DATA IN REAL TIME. Website overview 345

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