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

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"We've never experienced this kind of rain before". Brief article 150
2019 AWARDS COMMITTEES. 884
ABOUT OUR MEMBERS. 1329
AMS 100: ADVANCING SCIENCE SERVING SOCIETY. 3442
AMS Journals: Unsurpassed Quality, a Lasting Legacy, and Competitive Speed to Publication. Seitter, Keith L. 378
AMS MEETINGS. Calendar 2108
AMS: American Meteorological Society 99th ANNUAL MEETING: Phoenix 6-10 January 2019. 9848
AN INTROVERT'S GUIDE TO NETWORKING: Looking Ahead to the 18th Annual AMS Student Conference. Flournoy, Matthew D.; Krocak, Makenzie J.; Kerr, Gaige Hunter 998
C[O.sub.2] AND CARBON EMISSIONS FROM CITIES: Linkages to Air Quality, Socioeconomic Activity, and Stakeholders in the Salt Lake City Urban Area: Observations and modeling of atmospheric C[O.sub.2] in the Salt Lake City, Utah, area help to quantify and understand urban carbon emissions and their linkage to air quality. Lin, John C.; Mitchell, Logan; Crosman, Erik; Mendoza, Daniel L.; Buchert, Martin; Bares, Ryan; Faso Report 8488
CESMI(WACCM) STRATOSPHERIC AEROSOL GEOENGINEERING LARGE ENSEMBLE PROJECT: An overview is presented of the GLENS project, a community-wide effort enabling analyses of global and regional changes from stratospheric aerosol geoengineering in the presence of internal climate variability. Tilmes, Simone; Richter, Jadwiga H.; Kravitz, Ben; MacMartin, Douglas G.; Mills, Michael J.; Simpson Technical report 6548
CHILEAN WILDFIRES: Probabilistic Prediction, Emergency Response, and Public Communication: This paper details the design, development, and initial testing of a prototype probabilistic wildfire warning system for Chile. Dacre, H.F.; Crawford, B.R.; Charlton-Perez, A.J.; Lopez-Saldana, G.; Griffiths, G.H.; Veloso, J. Vi Report 9637
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. 626
EARTH'S COLDEST SPOT: HOW LOW CAN TEMPERATURES GO? 516
Every Pixel of GOE5-I7 Imagery at Your Fingertips. Micke, Kevin Report 1299
EXPLAINING ANTARCTIC'S UPPER-ATMOSPHERIC WAVES. 407
HAVE WE REACHED THE LIMITS OF PREDICTABILITY FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE TRACK FORECASTING? Recent hurricane seasons in the Western Hemisphere suggest that improvements in track forecasting have slowed or perhaps even come to a halt. Landsea, Christopher W.; Cangialosi, John P. Essay 3339
IMPROVEMENTS IN NONCONVECTIVE AVIATION TURBULENCE PREDICTION FOR THE WORLD AREA FORECAST SYSTEM: A multidiagnostic-based en route nonconvective turbulence forecasting algorithm has been developed to provide better predictions of clear-air and mountain-wave turbulence for use in global strategic flight planning. Kim, Jung-Hoon; Sharman, Robert; Strahan, Matt; Scheck, Joshua W.; Bartholomew, Claire; Cheung, Jaco Technical report 9179
INITIATION MECHANISMS OF NOCTURNAL CONVECTION WITHOUT NEARBY SURFACE BOUNDARIES. Reif, Dylan W. 477
IS THE ARCTIC OCEAN SHRINKING AS IT WARMS? 386
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: THE CHALLENGES THAT BIND. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 510
LIVING ON THE REAL WORLD. 1112
MEETINGS OF INTEREST. Calendar 113
OBITUARIES. Schwab, David J.; Rao, D. Kavitha; Tallapragada, Vijay Obituary 617
RAINFALL ESTIMATION SKILL AND LINKS BETWEEN WEATHER SALIENCE AND DETAIL ORIENTATION. Bolton, Matthew J.; Mogil, H.M.; Harvey, G.T.; Ault, L.K. Report 718
SOPHIE MANKINS: Library and Archives Assistant. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. Interview 384
STUDY REVEALS CAUSES OF DISPARITY IN EL NINO EVENTS. 333
THE BENEFITS OF GLOBAL HIGH RESOLUTION FOR CLIMATE SIMULATION: Process Understanding and the Enabling of Stakeholder Decisions at the Regional Scale: A perspective is given on current and future capabilities in global high-resolution climate simulation for assessing climate risks over the next few decades. Roberts, M.J.; Vidale, P.L.; Senior, C.; Hewitt, H.T.; Bates, C.; Berthou, S.; Chang, P.; Christense Report 12779
THE COLDEST PLACES IN HAWAII: The Ice-Preserving Microclimates of High-Altitude Craters and Caves on Tropical Island Volcanoes: Permafrost and perennial cave ice are preserved in Hawaii as a result of microclimates. Schorghofer, Norbert; Businger, Steven; Leopold, Matthias Technical report 7080
The Community Foehn Classification Experiment. Mayr, Georg J.; Plavcan, David; Armi, Laurence; Elvidge, Andrew; Grisogono, Branko; Horvath, Kristia Report 4057
THREAT TO DATA INTEGRITY AND INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE. Gunasekera, Don; Manton, Michael; Zillman, John Letter to the editor 1934
TROPICAL CYCLONE INTENSITY CHANGE FROM A LIGHTNING PERSPECTIVE. Stevenson, Stephanie N. 498
USING MATHEMATICS TO PREDICT CLOUD FORMATION. 382
USING SIMULATED DROP-SONDES TO UNDERSTAND EXTREME TROPICAL CYCLONE WIND SPEEDS. Stern, Daniel P.; Bryan, G.H. 673
WEATHER ON THE GO: An Assessment of Smartphone Mobile Weather Application Use among College Students: A survey of undergraduate students examines preferences and behaviors relating to modern sources of daily weather forecast information. Phan, Minh D.; Montz, Burrell E.; Curtis, Scott; Rickenbach, Thomas M. Report 8379
WIND HAZARD AND TURBULENCE MONITORING AT AIRPORTS WITH LIDAR, RADAR, AND MODE-S DOWNLINKS: The UFO Project: This article presents the prospects of measurement systems for wind hazards and turbulence at airports, which have been explored in the Ultrafast Wind Sensors project. Nijhuis, A.C.P. Oude; Thobois, L.P.; Barbaresco, F.; De Haan, S.; Dolfi-Bouteyre, A.; Kovalev, D.; K Report 12090

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