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

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[PM.sub.2.5] POLLUTION IN CHINA AND HOW IT HAS BEEN EXACERBATED BY TERRAIN AND METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS: Frequent air stagnation events due to the interaction of meteorological conditions and terrain in China exacerbate its severe air pollution. Wang, Xiaoyan; Dickinson, Robert E.; Su, Liangyuan; Zhou, Chunlue; Wang, Kaicun Report 9409
10 QUESTIONS WITH ... A new series of profiles celebrating AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologists and Sealholders. Interview 473
10. EXTREME CALIFORNIA RAINS DURING WINTER 2015/16: A CHANGE IN EL NINO TELECONNECTION?: Failure of heavy rain in Southern California during the 2016 strong El Nino compared to flooding rains during the 1983 strong El Nino does not constitute a climate change effect. Quan, Xiao-Wei; Hoerling, Martin; Smith, Lesley; Perlwitz, Judith; Zhang, Tao; Hoell, Andrew; Wolter Report 2262
11. WAS THE JANUARY 2016 MID-ATLANTIC SNOWSTORM "JONAS" SYMPTOMATIC OF CLIMATE CHANGE? Wolter, Klaus; Hoerling, Martin; Eischeid, Jon K.; Allured, Dave Report 2971
12. ANTHROPOGENIC FORCINGS AND ASSOCIATED CHANGES IN FIRE RISK IN WESTERN NORTH AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA DURING 2015/16. Tett, Simon F.B.; Falk, Alexander; Rogers, Megan; Spuler, Fiona; Turner, Calum; Wainwright, Joshua; 2544
13. A MULTIMETHOD ATTRIBUTION ANALYSIS OF THE PROLONGED NORTHEAST BRAZIL HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DROUGHT (2012-16). Martins, Eduardo S.P.R.; Coelho, Caio A.S.; Haarsma, Rein; Otto, Friederike E.L.; King, Andrew D.; V Report 2644
14. ATTRIBUTION OF WINTERTIME ANTICYCLONIC STAGNATION CONTRIBUTING TO AIR POLLUTION IN WESTERN EUROPE: Climate simulations suggest a potential increase in frequency of stagnant wintertime conditions that prevailed over northwestern Europe in December 2016: it is significant in one multimodel ensemble but not in two single-model ensembles. Vautard, Robert; Colette, Augustin; Van Meijgaard, Erik; Meleux, Frederik; Van Oldenborgh, Geert Jan Report 3050
15. ANALYSIS OF THE EXCEPTIONALLY WARM DECEMBER 2015 IN FRANCE USING FLOW ANALOGUES. Jezequel, Aglae; Yiou, Pascal; Radanovics, Sabine; Vautard, Robert Report 2188
16. WARM WINTER, WET SPRING, AND AN EXTREME RESPONSE IN ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING ON THE IBERIAN PENINSULA. Sippel, Sebastian; El-Madany, Tarek S.; Migliavacca, Mirco; Mahecha, Miguel D.; Carrara, Arnaud; Fla Report 3088
17. ANTHROPOGENIC INTENSIFICATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN FLASH DROUGHTS AS EXEMPLIFIED BY THE 2015/16 SEASON: Flash drought over southern Africa was tripled during the last 60 years mainly due to anthropogenic climate change, and it was intensified during 2015116 in the midst of heat waves. Yuan, Xing; Wang, Linying; Wood, Eric F. Report 2734
18. ANTHROPOGENIC ENHANCEMENT OF MODERATE-TO-STRONG EL NINO EVENTS LIKELYCONTRIBUTED TO DROUGHT AND POOR HARVESTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA DURING 2016: A 40-member CESM LE ensemble indicates that climate change likely increased the intensity of the 2015/16 El Nino, contributing to further decreases in SA precipitation, crop production and food availability. Funk, Chris; Davenport, Frank; Harrison, Laura; Magadzire, Tamuka; Galu, Gideon; Artan, Guleid A.; S 3366
19. CLIMATE CHANGE INCREASED THE LIKELIHOOD OF THE 2016 HEAT EXTREMES IN ASIA. Imada, Yukiko; Shiogama, Hideo; Takahashi, Chiharu; Watanabe, Masahiro; Mori, Masato; Kamae, Youichi Report 2439
2. EXPLAINING EXTREME OCEAN CONDITIONS IMPACTING LIVING MARINE RESOURCES. Webb, Robert S.; Werner, Francisco E. Essay 2089
20. EXTREME RAINFALL (R20MM, RX5DAY) IN YANGTZEHUAI, CHINA, IN JUNE-JULY 2016: THE ROLE OF ENSO AND ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE. Sun, Qiaohong; Miao, Chiyuan Report 2385
21. ATTRIBUTION OF THE JULY 2016 EXTREME PRECIPITATION EVENT OVER CHINAS WUHAN: Human-induced warming and El Nino may have substantially increased the probability of the occurrence of such events as the July 2016 extreme precipitation over China's Wuhan. Zhou, Chunlue; Wang, Kaicun; Qi, Dan Report 3684
22. DO CLIMATE CHANGE AND EL NINO INCREASE LIKELIHOOD OF YANGTZE RIVER EXTREME RAINFALL? Anthropogenic climate change has increased the risk of 2016 Yangtze River extreme summer rainfall by 17%-59%, and the increase could reach 37%-9l% in El Nino years. Yuan, Xing; Wang, Shanshan; Hu, Zeng-Zhen Report 2435
23. HUMAN INFLUENCE ON THE RECORD-BREAKING COLD EVENT IN JANUARY OF 2016 IN EASTERN CHINA: Anthropogenic influences are estimated to have reduced the likelihood of an extreme cold event in midwinter with the intensity equal to or stronger than the record of 2016 in eastern China by about two-thirds. Qian, Cheng; Wang, Jun; Dong, Siyan; Yin, Hong; Burke, Claire; Ciavarella, Andrew; Dong, Buwen; Frey Report 2647
24. ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE ON THE EASTERN CHINA 2016 SUPER COLD SURGE: Human influence decreased the probability of a cold surge occurrence in China. Sun, Ying; Hu, Ting; Zhang, Xuebin; Wan, Hui; Stott, Peter; Lu, Chunhui Report 2896
25. THE HOT AND DRY APRIL OF 2016 IN THAILAND: The record temperature of April 2016 in Thailand would not have occurred without the influence of both anthropogenic forcings and El Nino, which also increased the likelihood of low rainfall. Christidis, Nikolaos; Manomaiphiboon, Kasemsan; Ciavarella, Andrew; Stott, Peter A. 2348
26. THE EFFECT OF INCREASING C[O.sub.2] ON THE EXTREME SEPTEMBER 2016 RAINFALL ACROSS SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA: The effect of increasing atmospheric C[O.sub.2] on the extreme September 2016 rainfall across southeastern Australia was minimal, with changes in circulation and static stability driving a tendency towards drier conditions. Hope, Pandora; Lim, Eun-Pa; Hendon, Harry; Wang, Guomin Report 3504
27. NATURAL VARIABILITY NOT CLIMATE CHANGE DROVE THE RECORD WET WINTER IN SOUTHEAST AUSTRALIA. King, Andrew D. Report 2275
28. A MULTIFACTOR RISK ANALYSIS OF THE RECORD 2016 GREAT BARRIER REEF BLEACHING: Anthropogenic greenhouse gases likely increased the risk of the extreme Great Barrier Reef bleaching event through anomalously high sea surface temperature and the accumulation of thermal stress. Lewis, Sophie C.; Mallela, Jennie Report 2862
29. SEVERE FROSTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA IN SEPTEMBER 2016: Human influence may have enhanced the circulation pattern that drives cold outbreaks and frost risk over southwest Western Australia in September 2016, but larger thermodynamic changes may have still made these events less likely. Grose, Michael R.; Black, Mitchell; Risbey, James S.; Uhe, Peter; Hope, Pandora K.; Haustein, Karste Report 2911
3. CMIP5 MODEL-BASED ASSESSMENT OF ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE ON RECORD GLOBAL WARMTH DURING 2016. Knutson, Thomas R.; Kam, Jonghun; Zeng, Fanrong; Wittenberg, Andrew T. Report 2459
30. FUTURE CHALLENGES IN EVENT ATTRIBUTION METHODOLOGIES. Stott, Peter A.; Christidis, Nikos; Herring, Stephanie C.; Hoell, Andrew; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Report 1491
4. THE EXTREME 2015/16 EL NINO, IN THE CONTEXT OF HISTORICAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE. Newman, Matthew; Wittenberg, Andrew T.; Cheng, Linyin; Compo, Gilbert P.; Smith, Catherine A. Report 2496
5. ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF THE 2015/16 EL NINO IN THE CENTRAL EQUATORIAL PACIFIC: Coral reef and seabird communities in the central equatorial Pacific were disrupted by record-setting sea surface temperatures, linked to an anthropogenically forced trend, during the 2015/16 El Nino. Brainard, Russell E.; Oliver, Thomas; McPhaden, Michael J.; Cohen, Anne; Venegas, Roberto; Heenan, A Report 3373
6. FORCING OF MULTIYEAR EXTREME OCEAN TEMPERATURES THAT IMPACTED CALIFORNIA CURRENT LIVING MARINE RESOURCES IN 2016: Significant impacts on California Current living marine resources in 2016 resulted from sustained extremely high ocean temperatures forced by a confluence of natural drivers and likely exacerbated by anthropogenic warming. Jacox, Michael G.; Alexander, Michael A.; Mantua, Nathan J.; Scott, James D.; Hervieux, Gaelle; Webb Report 3326
7. CMIP5 MODEL-BASED ASSESSMENT OF ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE ON HIGHLY ANOMALOUS ARCTIC WARMTH DURING NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2016: According to CMIP5 simulations, the highly anomalous Arctic warmth during November-December 2016, as estimated in five observed datasets, most likely would not have been possible without anthropogenic forcing. Kam, Jonghun; Knutson, Thomas R.; Zeng, Fanrong; Wittenberg, Andrew T. Report 2450
8. THE HIGH LATITUDE MARINE HEAT WAVE OF 2016 AND ITS IMPACTS ON ALASKA: The 2016 Alaska marine heat wave was unprecedented in terms of sea surface temperatures and ocean heat content, and CMIP5 data suggest human-induced climate change has greatly increased the risk of such anomalies. Walsh, John E.; Thoman, Richard L.; Bhatt, Uma S.; Bieniek, Peter A.; Brettschneider, Brian; Brubake 2486
9. ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL INFLUENCES ON RECORD 2016 MARINE HEAT WAVES: Two of the longest and most intense marine heat waves in 2016 were up to fifty times more likely due to anthropogenic climate change. Oliver, Eric C.J.; Perkins-Kirkpatrick, Sarah E.; Holbrook, Neil J.; Bindoff, Nathaniel L. Report 2495
A NEW LIDAR INSTRUMENT FOR REMOTELY MEASURING WIND SPEED. 438
A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE WITH DEDICATED GEOSTATIONARY OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITES GOES- 10 AND -12 SUPPORTING BRAZIL: The GOES-10 and -12 experience improved the environmental monitoring of South America and demonstrated the importance of international scientific communication for advancing satellite meteorology. Costa, Simone M.S.; Negri, Renato G.; Ferreira, Nelson J.; Schmit, Timothy J.; Arai, Nelson; Flauber Essay 7832
ABSTRACT. Herring, Stephanie C.; Christidi, Nikolaos; Hoell, Andrew; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Carl J., III; 547
AMS Community Snapshots. 153
BUILDING THE SUN4CAST SYSTEM: Improvements in Solar Power Forecasting: The Sun4Cast System results from a research-to-operations project built on a value chain approach, benefiting electric utilities' customers, society, and the environment by improving state-of-the-science solar power forecasting capabilities. Haupt, Sue Ellen; Kosovic, Branko; Jensen, Tara; Lazo, Jeffrey K.; Lee, Jared A.; Jimenez, Pedro A.; Report 8536
CALENDAR OF MEETINGS. 2527
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. List 639
DAYTON G.VINCENT 1936-2017. Smith, Phillip; Agee, Ernest Obituary 619
ECHOES. Sealls, Alan Brief article 179
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. Brief article 202
FORECASTING EXTREME EVENTS BEFORE THEIR FORMATION. 472
GLOBAL FINGERPRINTING OF RISING SEA LEVELS. 535
HURRICANE WITH A HISTORY: Hawaiian Newspapers Illuminate an 1871 Storm: How 114 years of Hawaiian-language newspapers starting in 1834 extend our knowledge of natural disasters into the nineteenth century and to precontact times. Businger, Steven; Nogelmeier, M. Puakea; Chinn, Pauline W.U.; Schroeder, Thomas Report 5631
I. INTRODUCTION TO EXPLAINING EXTREME EVENTS OF 2016 FROM A CLIMATE PERSPECTIVE. Herring, Stephanie C.; Christidis, Nikolaos; Hoell, Andrew; Kossin, James P.; Schreck, Carl J., III; 2764
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: WHY WE CROSS THE ROAD. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 515
LIVING ON THE REAL WORLD. 1427
MAX KOHLER 1915-2017. Bruce, James; Schaake, John Obituary 467
MEMBER ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT FOR VOLUNTEERS. Seitter, Keith L. Column 586
MORE-PERSISTENT WEAK STRATOSPHERIC POLAR VORTEX STATES LINKED TO COLD EXTREMES: Over recent decades, the stratospheric polar vortex has shifted toward more frequent weak states, which can explain Eurasian cooling trends in boreal winter in the era of Arctic amplification. Kretschmer, Marlene; Coumou, Dim; Agel, Laurie; Barlow, Mathew; Tziperman, Eli; Cohen, Judah Report 7392
NOMINATION SUBMISSIONS. 956
RESERVOIR EVAPORATION IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES: Current Science, Challenges, and Future Needs. Friedrich, Katja; Grossman, Robert L.; Huntington, Justin; Blanken, Peter D.; Lenters, John; Holman, Report 12747
ROGER WAKIMOTO: 2018 AMS President. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. Interview 1801
Ruby Leung. Brief biography 218
STREAMFLOW STUDY REVEALS CHANGING FLOOD PATTERNS. Report 451
Study Connects Shipping Exhaust to Intense Thunderstorms. 414
The ARM Cloud Radar Simulator for Global Climate Models: Bridging Field Data and Climate Models. Zhang, Yuying; Xie, Shaocheng; Klein, Stephen A.; Marchand, Roger; Kollias, Pavlos; Clothiaux, Eugen 3200
THE DYNAMICS--AEROSOLCHEMISTRY--CLOUD INTERACTIONS IN WEST AFRICA FIELD CAMPAIGN: Overview and Research Highlights: Unprecedented ground-based and aircraft measurements in southern West Africa characterize atmospheric composition and dynamics, low-level cloud properties, the diurnal cycle, and air pollution impacts on health. Flamant, C.; Knippertz, P.; Fink, A.H.; Akpo, A.; Brooks, B.; Chiu, C.J.; Coe, H.; Danuor, S.; Evans Report 11387
THE NEXUS BETWEEN SEA ICE AND POLAR EMISSIONS OF MARINE BIOGENIC AEROSOLS: We examine the relationship between sea ice dynamics, phytoplankton biomass, and emissions of marine biogenic aerosols in both the Arctic and Southern Oceans. Gabric, Albert; Matrai, Patricia; Jones, Graham; Middleton, Julia Report 11346
UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF NEXRAD DATA THROUGH NOAA'S BIG DATA PARTNERSHIP: NOAA's Big Data Partnership has facilitated unprecedented access to NEXRAD real-time and archive data, enabling cloud computing that is accessible, efficient, and innovative. Ansari, Steve; Del Greco, Stephen; Kearns, Edward; Brown, Otis; Wilkins, Scott; Ramamurthy, Mohan; W Report 7462
Unusually Deep Wintertime Cirrus Clouds Observed over the Alaskan Subarctic. Campbell, James R.; Peterson, David A.; Marquis, Jared W.; Fochesatto, Gilberto J.; Vaughan, Mark A. Report 2834
WHEN DURING THEIR LIFE CYCLE ARE EXTRATROPICAL CYCLONES ATTENDED BY FRONTS? Schemm, Sebastian; Sprenger, Michael; Wernli, Heini Report 10285

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