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

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10 QUESTIONS WITH ...: A new series of profiles celebrating AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologists and Sealholders. Interview 272
A CLIMATE FOR ART: Enhancing Scientist-Citizen Collaboration in Bangladesh: The artistic process nurtures collaboration and a sense of community in a climate project in Bangladesh. Stiller-Reeve, Mathew; Naznin, Zakia Essay 4030
A SIMPLE PEDAGOGICAL MODEL LINKING INITIAL-VALUE RELIABILITY WITH TRUSTWORTHINESS IN THE FORCED CLIMATE RESPONSE: Using a simple pedagogical model, it is shown how information about the statistical reliability of initial-value ensemble forecasts can be relevant in assessing the trustworthiness of the climate system's response to forcing. Palmer, T.N.; Weisheimer, A. Report 5499
ABOUT OUR MEMBER. Brief article 311
AVIAN SENSOR PACKAGES FOR METEOROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS: Two trained eagle species flew in a Scottish glen with microsensor packages to investigate the finescale variability of meteorological variables for potential use in urban areas. Thomas, Rick M.; MacKenzie, A. Rob; Reynolds, S. James; Sadler, Jonathan P.; Cropley, Ford; Bell, Si 7912
BERNARD A. SILVERMAN: 1932-2016. Matthews, David Reprint 1748
BETTER FORECASTING OF SOLAR SEASONS, STORM ACTIVITY. 373
CALENDAR OF MEETINGS. Calendar 2146
Climate Similarity Search: GeoWeb Tool for Exploring Climate Variability. Netzel, Pawel; Stepinski, Tomasz Report 1374
CLOUDSAT AND CALIPSO WITHIN THE A-TRAIN: Ten Years of Actively Observing the Earth System: More than 10 years of observations jointly collected by CloudSat and CALIPSO satellites have resulted in new ways of looking at aerosol, clouds, and precipitation, and new discoveries about processes that connect them. Stephens, Graeme; Winker, David; Pelon, Jacques; Trepte, Charles; Vane, Deborah; Yuhas, Cheryl; L'Ec Report 7224
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. List 612
Decadal Climate Variability and Predictability: Challenges and Opportunities. Cassou, Christophe; Kushnir, Yochanan; Hawkins, Ed; Pirani, Anna; Kucharski, Fred; Kang, In-Sik; Cal Report 8735
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. Brief article 202
Giving to the AMS 100th Anniversary Campaign in Light of the New Tax Regulations. Seitter, Keith L. Column 452
HOW MUCH GREENLAND MELTWATER IS FLOWING TO THE OCEAN? 420
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: DISTURBING THE PEACE. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 492
LIVING ON THE REAL WORLD. 831
NOMINATION SUBMISSIONS. 954
RESEARCHERS CREATE NEW METHOD TO DETERMINE INDIAN MONSOON SEASON. Brief article 287
RESULTS OF THE FIRST ARCTIC HEAT OPEN SCIENCE EXPERIMENT: The Arctic Heat Open Science Experiment is developing new real-time observing capabilities and strengthening collaboration among research laboratories and the National Weather Service in Alaska. Wood, Kevin R.; Jayne, Steven R.; Mordy, Calvin W.; Bond, Nicholas; Overland, James E.; Ladd, Carol; 4697
SATELLITE-BASED ATMOSPHERIC INFRARED SOUNDER DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATIONS: A history of the meteorological satellite-based atmospheric sounder development and applications is presented and discussed. Menzel, W. Paul; Schmit, Timothy J.; Zhang, Peng; Li, Jun Essay 14446
SEA SURFACE SCANNER ([S.sup.3]): A CATAMARAN FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION MICRO-OCEAN MEASUREMENTS. 573
SEEDING CHAOS: The Dire Consequences of Numerical Noise in NWP Perturbation Experiments: Studying changes made to initial conditions or other model aspects can yield valuable insights into dynamics and predictability but are associated with an unrealistic phenomenon called chaos seeding that can cause misinterpretations of results. Ancell, Brian C.; Bogusz, Allison; Lauridsen, Matthew J.; Nauert, Christian J. Report 7853
SHORT-DURATION INTENSE RAINFALL LINKED TO URBANIZATION IN BEIJING. 491
STUDY CONNECTS TROPICAL VOLCANO ACTIVITY TO EL NINO. Report 412
STUDY LOOKS AT HOW SOME WAVES EXACERBATE BEACH EROSION. Brief article 268
SYNOPTICS: AMS Community Snapshots. 118
SYNTHESIS OF THE SOUTHEAST ATMOSPHERE STUDIES: Investigating Fundamental Atmospheric Chemistry Questions: Scientific research findings that span large concurrent field campaigns during the summer of 2013 in the southeast United States are synthesized and discussed. Report 14448
THIS STUDY IS FPOR THE BIRDS. 280
TOWARD AN OPERATIONAL WATER CYCLE PREDICTION SYSTEM FOR THE GREAT LAKES AND ST. LAWRENCE RIVER: Environment and Climate Change Canada's (ECCC) operational implementation of a numerical forecast system linking atmospheric, surface, river and lake/ocean models is described. Durnford, D.; Fortin, V.; Smith, G.C.; Archambault, B.; Deacu, D.; Dupont, F.; Dyck, S.; Martinez, Y 13272
VULNERABLE POPULATIONS IN WARNING DISSEMINATION COVERAGE GAPS. 488
WEIGHING DROUGHT WITH GRACE. 903

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