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

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2019 AWARDS COMMITTEES. 889
A DYNAMICALLY CONSISTENT, MULTIVARIABLE OCEAN CLIMATOLOGY: A 20-yr ocean climatology is available that includes all dynamical variables and is consistent with the diversity of data available from the global observation system. Fukumori, Ichiro; Heimbach, Patrick; Ponte, Rui M.; Wunsch, Carl Report 8529
A NEW INDICATOR FOR PRECIPITATION IN THE U.S. SOUTHWEST. 374
ABOVE ANVIL CIRRUS PLUMES: SEVERE WEATHER INDICATORS IN VISIBLE AND INFRARED SATELLITE IMAGERY. Bedka, Kristopher; Murillo, E.; Homeyer, C.R.; Scarino, B.; Mersiovsky, H. 580
AMS MEETINGS. Calendar 2136
CBS 42 Morning News. Brief biography 134
Comments on "An Exceptional Summer during the South Pole Race of 1911/12". Sienicki, Krzysztof Letter to the editor 4743
COMPARING MATTHEW'S AND IRMA'S CHARACTERISTICS TO LOCAL FLORIDA, GEORGIA IMPACTS. McGinnis, Nathaniel; Nelson, B. 661
CORPORATION UND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. 625
Exploring the History of the AMS Community through the BAMS Legacy Database. Seitter, Keith L. 591
FACETs: A Proposed Next-Generation Paradigm for High-Impact Weather Forecasting: FACETs is proposed as an enhancement to and reinvention of the deterministic, teletype-era watch--warning paradigm of the United States toward one based on high-resolution, probabilistic hazard information. Rothfusz, Lans P.; Schneider, Russell; Novak, David; Klockow-McClain, Kimberly; Gerard, Alan E.; Kar Report 12829
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. 202
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2017. 6584
First, Lose the Ego ... List 431
How Predictable Was the Extreme Intensification of 2015's Hurricane Patricia? Fox, K. Ryder; Judt, F. 469
IMPROVING HURRICANE INTENSITY FORECASTS USING A SUPERENSEMBLE AND NEURAL NETWORK TECHNIQUE. Ghosh, Tirthankar 522
INTERPRETING RESULTS FROM THE NARCCAP AND NA-CORDEX ENSEMBLES IN THE CONTEXT OF UNCERTAINTY IN REGIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE PROJECTIONS: Ensembles of dynamically downscaled simulations provide valuable information on regional climate change projections, but their interpretation remains challenging. Karmalkar, Ambarish V. 8742
JET STREAM BLOCKING COMPARED TO TRAFFIC CONGESTION. 340
LANFEX: A Field and Modeling Study to Improve Our Understanding and Forecasting of Radiation Fog: A collaborative field and modeling study used a small system of valleys as a natural laboratory to study the formation and evolution of fog. Price, J.D.; Lane, S.; Boutle, I.A.; Smith, D.K.E.; Bergot, T.; Lac, C.; Duconge, L.; McGregor, J.; Report 9057
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: THE CONTOURS OF THE FUTURE. Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 489
MEASURING DROP EVAPORATION IMPROVES RAINFALL FORECASTING. 348
OBITUARIES. Obituary 1232
RECONSTRUCTING 2017 HURRICANE SURFACE WINDS USING A NEW ASYMMETRIC PARAMETRIC MODEL. Uhlhorn, Eric W.; Tolwinski-Ward, S.; Clavner, M.; Lorsolo, S.; Sousounis, P. 597
REGIONAL CLIMATOLOGY OF THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC OCEAN: High-Resolution Mapping of Ocean Structure and Change: High-resolution regional in situ ocean climatologies have recently become available for climate studies and other applications. Seidov, Dan; Mishonov, Alexey; Reagan, James; Baranova, Olga; Cross, Scott; Parsons, Rost Report 5504
RELIABILITY AND CLIMATOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF CONVECTIVE WIND ESTIMATIONS. Edwards, Roger; Allen, J.T.; Carbon, G.W. 502
S-POL'S POLARIMETRIC DATA REVEAL DETAILED STORM FEATURES (AND INSECT BEHAVIOR): Polarimetric radar data from NCAR's S-Pol are presented for a severe, hail-producing convective storm and for widespread migrating insects. Hubbert, John C.; Wilson, James W.; Weckwerth, Tammy M.; Ellis, Scott M.; Dixon, Mike; Loew, Eric Report 10625
STUDY FINDS HURRICANES ARE SLOWING DOWN. 337
STUDY LOOKS AT MECHANISM THAT SLOWS SOLAR WIND. 445
THE EVOLUTION AND IMPACT OF A METEOROLOGICAL OUTREACH PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIALS: An Update on the Oklahoma Mesonet's OK-First Program: Weather education and data delivery to the public safety community have been the hallmark of the OK-First program for the past 20 years. Hocker, James E.; Melvin, Andrea D.; Kloesel, Kevin A.; Fiebrich, Christopher A.; Hill, Robert W.; S 8163
THE FUTURE OF THE GLOBAL WEATHER ENTERPRISE: Opportunities and Risks: As the global weather enterprise undergoes significant change, increased dialogue and cooperation is needed to exploit opportunities and manage risks. Thorpe, Alan; Rogers, David Essay 4519
The President Names a Science Adviser. Column 1066
Toward a European Climate Prediction System. Hewitt, Chris D.; Lowe, Jason A. Essay 2953
WEATHERING TOGETHER: BUILDING A CLIMATE OF DIVERSE COMMUNITY PERSPECTIVES: Looking Ahead to the 18th Annual AMS Student Conference. Kerr, Gaige Hunter; Krocak, Makenzie J.; Flournoy, Matthew D.; Knox, John A. Conference news 597
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. 175
WIND ENERGY EXPLORATION OVER THE ATACAMA DESERT: A Numerical Model--Guided Observational Program: A Chilean program explores winds over the Atacama Desert region and is producing a public model and observational database in support of the development of wind energy projects. Munoz, Ricardo C.; Falvey, Mark J.; Arancibia, Mario; Astudillo, Valentina I.; Elgueta, Javier; Ibar Report 7258

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