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Articles from Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (January 1, 2019)

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"It kind of adds insult to injury. There's a heat wave, so you want a beer. But it costs more". Brief article 181
2019 AWARDS COMMITTEES. 949
A NEW GENERATION OF GROUND-BASED MOBILE PLATFORMS FOR ACTIVE AND PASSIVE PROFILING OF THE BOUNDARY LAYER: SPARC and CLAMPS provide high-temporal-resolution temperature, humidity, and wind profiles in the atmospheric boundary layer and are examples of possible nodes in a future observing network. Wagner, Timothy J.; Klein, Petra M.; Turner, David D. Report 9960
A NEXT-GENERATION COASTAL OCEAN OPERATIONAL SYSTEM: Probabilistic Flood Forecasting at Street Scale: A coastal ocean operational system suitable for probabilistic flood forecast at street scale in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan region is introduced and retrospectively evaluated during Superstorm Sandy. Jordi, Antoni; Georgas, Nickitas; Blumberg, Alan; Yin, Larry; Chen, Ziyu; Wang, Yifan; Schulte, Just 6914
A TRANSFORMATIONAL APPROACH TO WINTER OROGRAPHIC WEATHER MODIFICATION RESEARCH: The SNOWIE Project: Using recent advancements in instrumentation and computer modeling, the SNOWIE project has observed the microphysical response from seeding orographic clouds and aims to address long-standing questions about using cloud seeding to enhance precipitation. Tessendorf, Sarah A.; French, Jeffrey R.; Friedrich, Katja; Geerts, Bart; Rauber, Robert M.; Rasmuss Report 12034
ABOUT OUR MEMBERS. Randall, Mike Brief article 278
ACTUARIES ARE PAYING ATTENTION TO CLIMATE DATA. Owen, Rebecca 2700
AMS MEETINGS. Calendar 241
ANTHROPOGENIC CONTRIBUTION TO THE 2017 EARLIEST SUMMER ONSET IN SOUTH KOREA: Large-ensemble RCM and GCM simulations suggest a significant anthropogenic contribution to the observed warmest May and earliest summer onset in South Korea, increasing the risk of its occurrence by 2-3 times. Min, Seung-Ki; Kim, Yeon-Hee; Park, In-Hong; Lee, Donghyun; Sparrow, Sarah; Wallom, David; Stone, Da Report 2850
ANTHROPOGENIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE INTENSITY OF THE 2017 UNITED STATES NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS DROUGHT: Anthropogenic forcing made the occurrence of observed 20/7 northern Great Plains drought intensity up to 1.5 times more likely through aridification due to long-term increases in evapotranspiration over precipitation. Hoell, Andrew; Perlwitz, Judith; Dewes, Candida; Wolter, Klaus; Rangwala, Imtiaz; Quan, Xiao-Wei; Ei Report 2833
ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE ON THE HEAVIEST JUNE PRECIPITATION IN SOUTHEASTERN CHINA SINCE 1961: Anthropogenic influence has increased the chance of an extreme heavy precipitation event like that in June 2017 in southeastern China by about twofold, from a 0.6% probability to a 1.2% probability. Sun, Ying; Dong, Siyan; Zhang, Xuebin; Stott, Peter; Hu, Ting Report 2680
ANTHROPOGENIC WARMING HAS SUBSTANTIALLY INCREASED THE LIKELIHOOD OF JULY 2017-LIKE HEAT WAVES OVER CENTRAL EASTERN CHINA: Heat waves in central eastern China like the record-breaking July 2017 event were rare in natural worlds but have now become approximately 1-in-5-yr events due to anthropogenic forcings. Chen, Yang; Chen, Wei; Su, Qin; Luo, Feifei; Sparrow, Sarah; Tian, Fangxing; Dong, Buwen; Tett, Simo Report 2858
ATTRIBUTION OF A RECORD-BREAKING HEATWAVE EVENT IN SUMMER 2017 OVER THE YANGTZE RIVER DELTA: The occurrence probability of the record-breaking Yangtze River Delta heatwave in summer 20/7 might be attributed to global warming (23%), the abnormal western Pacific subtropical high (32%), and the urban heat island effect (58%). Zhou, Chunlue; Wang, Kaicun; Qi, Dan; Tan, Jianguo Report 4548
ATTRIBUTION OF THE 2017 NORTHERN HIGH PLAINS DROUGHT. Wang, Hailan; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Koster, Randal D.; Chang, Yehui Report 2754
ATTRIBUTION OF THE PERSISTENT SPRING-SUMMER HOT AND DRY EXTREMES OVER NORTHEAST CHINA IN 2017: Anthropogenic climate change has increased the risk of 2017 northeast China persistent spring-summer hot and dry extremes by 5%-55% and 37%-113% respectively. Wang, Shanshan; Yuan, Xing; Wu, Renguang Report 2713
CLOUD SYSTEM EVOLUTION IN THE TRADES (CSET): Following the Evolution of Boundary Layer Cloud Systems with the NSF-NCAR GV: The evolution of the boundary layer aerosol, cloud, precipitation, and thermodynamic structures along trajectories within the North Pacific trade winds was investigated using the NSF-NCAR Gulfstream V. Albrecht, Bruce; Ghate, Virendra; Mohrmann, Johannes; Wood, Robert; Zuidema, Paquita; Bretherton, Ch 14907
COHERENT TURBULENCE IN HURRICANE RITA (2005) DURING AN EYEWALL REPLACEMENT CYCLE. Report 712
CONTRIBUTION OF ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE TO APRIL-MAY 2017 HEAVY PRECIPITATION OVER THE URUGUAY RIVER BASIN: Anthropogenic climate change has increased the risk of the April-May 2017 extreme rainfall in the Uruguay River basin, which has caused extensive flood and major socioeconomic impacts, by at least twofold with a most likely increase of about fivefold. de Abreu, Rafael C.; Cunningham, Christopher; Rudorff, Conrado M.; Rudorff, Natalia; Abatan, Abayomi 3089
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. List 361
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. List 296
DECEMBER 2016: LINKING THE LOWEST ARCTIC SEA-ICE EXTENT ON RECORD WITH THE LOWEST EUROPEAN PRECIPITATION EVENT ON RECORD: Our study suggests that record-breaking low precipitation over parts of western Europe during December 2016 may have been favored by an unprecedented reduction of Arctic sea ice, likely driven by anthropogenic climate change. Navarro, Juan C. Acosta; Ortega, Pablo; Garcia-Serrano, Javier; Guemas, Virginie; Tourigny, Etienne; Report 2675
Detecting Clouds Associated with Jet Engine Ice Crystal Icing. Haggerty, Julie; Defer, Eric; De Laat, Adrianus; Bedka, Kristopher; Moisselin, Jean-Marc; Potts, Rod Report 5081
EXAMINING THE POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF EXTREME "WESTERN V" SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURES TO THE 2017 MARCH-JUNE EAST AFRICAN DROUGHT. Funk, Chris; Hoell, Andrew; Nicholson, Sharon; Korecha, Diriba; Galu, Gideon; Artan, Guleid; Teshome 3238
FELLOWSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS. List 202
HURRICANE WIPES OUT PACIFIC ISLAND. Brief article 190
HYDROCLIMATIC EXTREMES AS CHALLENGES FOR THE WATER MANAGEMENT COMMUNITY: LESSONS FROM OROVILLE DAM AND HURRICANE HARVEY. Vano, Julie A.; Dettinger, Michael D.; Cifelli, Rob; Curtis, David; Dufour, Alexis; Miller, Kathleen 3211
INTRODUCTION TO EXPLAINING EXTREME EVENTS OF 2017 FROM A CLIMATE PERSPECTIVE. Herring, Stephanie C.; Christidis, Nikolaos; Hoell, Andrew; Hoerling, Marty; Stott, Peter A. 2004
JENNI EVANS: 2019 AMS President. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. 652
JOHN HALLETT: 1929-2018. Pitchford, Marc; Ipsen, Chris Obituary 701
LEADING AMS INTO ITS NEXT CENTURY. Seitter, Keith I. 263
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: YOU'VE EVOLVED! Rosenfeld, Jeff Editorial 1394
MEETINGS OF INTEREST. 143
OBSERVATIONS OF THE RATE AND ACCELERATION OF GLOBAL MEAN SEA LEVEL CHANGE. Nerem, R.S.; Fasullo, J. Report 2357
ON DETERMINING THE IMPACT OF INCREASING ATMOSPHERIC C[O.sub.2] ON THE RECORD FIRE WEATHER IN EASTERN AUSTRALIA IN FEBRUARY 2017. Hope, Pandora; Black, Mitchell T.; Lim, Eun-Pa; Dowdy, Andrew; Wang, Guomin; Pepler, Acacia S.; Fawc Report 3878
ON THE INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTING WEATHER, WATER, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND CLIMATE SCIENCES, SERVICES, AND ASSESSMENTS: A Policy Statement of the American Meteorological Society. 1953
OVERVIEW OF THE NOAA/ESRL FEDERATED AEROSOL NETWORK: The cooperative nature of NOAA's Federated Aerosol Network allows for collection of consistent datasets for evaluating regionally representative aerosol climatologies, trends, and radiative forcing at 30 sites around the world. Andrews, Elisabeth; Sheridan, Patrick J.; Ogren, John A.; Hageman, Derek; Jefferson, Anne; Wendell, Report 8291
OZONESONDE QUALITY ASSURANCE: The JOSIE-SHADOZ (2017) Experience: As a backbone for satellite algorithms and monitoring stratospheric ozone recovery, ozonesondes require regular evaluation, here performed by operators of the tropical SHADOZ network. Thompson, Anne M.; Smit, Herman G.J.; Witte, Jacquelyn C.; Stauffer, Ryan M.; Johnson, Bryan J.; Mor 9952
RISKS OF PRE-MONSOON EXTREME RAINFALL EVENTS OF BANGLADESH: IS ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE PLAYING A ROLE? Rimi, Ruksana H.; Haustein, Karsten; Barbour, Emily J.; Allen, Myles R. Report 2900
SAND PATTERNS REVEAL PAST WEATHER, WATER CONDITIONS. 590
SHORTENING OF THE AMAZON'S RAINY SEASON DETECTED USING SATELLITE CLOUDINESS OBSERVATIONS. 556
SOLAR GEOENGINEERING RESEARCH IN INDIA. Bala, G.; Gupta, Akhilesh 3806
STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS. Brief article 134
STUDY QUANTIFIES METHANE'S SHORTWAVE RADIATIVE IMPACTS. 485
STUDY REVEALS HARMFUL MICROBES IN FOG. 403
THE CLIMATE RESILIENT GRID FORUM. McGuirk, Marjorie; Herring, Stephanie C.; Dissen, Jenny Conference news 2346
THE EFFECTS OF NATURAL VARIABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE RECORD LOW SUNSHINE OVER JAPAN DURING AUGUST 2017. Takahashi, Chiharu; Shiogama, Hideo; Imada, Yukiko; Kosaka, Yu; Mori, Masato; Arai, Miki; Kamae, You 2994
THE EXCEPTIONAL SUMMER HEAT WAVE IN SOUTHERN EUROPE 2017. Kew, Sarah F.; Philip, Sjoukje Y.; van Oldenborgh, Geert Jan; Otto, Friederike E.L.; Vautard, Robert Report 2983
THE EXTREMELY WET MARCH OF 2017 IN PERU: While extreme rainfall of March 2017 in Peru was favored by the anomalously warm ocean, human influence is also estimated to make such events at least 1.5 times more likely. Christidis, Nikolaos; Betts, Richard A.; Stott, Peter A. Report 2899
THE ROLE OF NATURAL VARIABILITY AND ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE 2017/18 TASMAN SEA MARINE HEATWAVE. Perkins-Kirkpatrick, S.E.; King, A.D.; Cougnon, E.A.; Grose, M.R.; Oliver, E.C.J.; Holbrook, N.J.; L Report 3250
WHY ARE U.S. WINTER AIR POLLUTION REDUCTIONS LESS THAN IN SUMMER? 417
WINTER STORM CONDITIONS LEADING TO EXCESSIVE RUNOFF ABOVE CALIFORNIA'S OROVILLE DAM DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2017: Record precipitation accompanied by high freezing levels and a damaged spillway caused California's Lake Oroville to overflow in February 2017, forcing a major evacuation. White, Allen B.; Moore, Benjamin J.; Gottas, Daniel J.; Neiman, Paul J. Report 8552

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