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

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2018 ASLI's CHOICE Book Awards. 257
2020 AWARDS COMMITTEES. 889
A NEW U.S. CLIMATE NORMALS PRODUCT CONDITIONED BY ENSO PHASE AND INTENSITY. Arguez, Anthony 514
ABOUT OUR MEMBERS. 551
AMS MEETINGS. Calendar 2072
Annual Meeting Preview October Edition. Conference notes 264
ATTENDING THE 100TH ANNUAL MEETING. 906
BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES AS A SOURCE OF SEEDS FOR CLOUD ICE FORMATION IN THE ARCTIC. Creamean, Jessie; Cross, J.N.; Pickart, R.S.; McRaven, L.; Lin, P.; Pacini, A.; Hanlon, R.; Schmale, 546
CELEBRATING THE CENTENNIAL. 634
Climate Mathematics. 130
CLOUDS ON MARS LINKED TO METEOR DEBRIS. 344
Communicating Hurricane Risk with Virtual Reality: A Pilot Project. Bernhardt, Jase; Snellings, Jackson; Smiros, Alexander; Bermejo, Ivan; Rienzo, Angela; Swan, Carys 3220
CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA. Conference news 774
CORPORATION AND INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS. 633
Dust Across the Ocean: from "Atmospheric Dust Studies on Barbados". Prospero, J.M. 381
DYNAMICS BEHIND A RECORD-BREAKING TROUGH OVER MEXICO AND INTERNAL ATMOSPHERIC VARIABILITY DURING EL NINO: This study discusses the roles that a strong El Nino, the mid-latitude wave guide, and long-lived Rossby wave packets played in a major winter storm that impacted Mexico in March 2016. Lillo, Samuel P.; Parsons, David B.; Pena, Malaquias Report 8797
ECHOES. 185
ENABLING IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO EARTH SCIENCE MODELS THROUGH CLOUD COMPUTING: Application to the GEOS-Chem Model: Cloud computing provides fast and easy access to the comprehensive GEOS-Chem atmospheric chemistry model and its large input datasets for the international user community. Zhuang, Jiawei; Jacob, Daniel J.; Gaya, Judith Flo; Yantosca, Robert M.; Lundgren, Elizabeth W.; Sul 12136
EVOLVING THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TO BUILD A WEATHER-READY NATION: Connecting Observations, Forecasts, and Warnings to Decision-Makers through Impact-Based Decision Support Services: The vision of the NWS is to build a Weather-Ready Nation by connecting accurate and timely forecasts and warnings to decisions that save lives and protect property. Uccelini, Louis W.; Hoeve, John E. Ten Cover story 13091
EXHIBITORS. 256
EYEWITNESS: Evolution of the Atmospheric Sciences. Fleagle, Robert G. 331
Geostationary Satellite over East Africa Observed from Kitt Peak, Arizona. Livingston, William 1495
IN-ORBIT PERFORMANCE OF THE CONSTELLATION OF CYGNSS HURRICANE SATELLITES: The retrieval of ocean surface wind speed from the recently launched CYGNSS constellation of satellites is characterized with respect to uncertainty, dynamic range, spatial resolution, spatial and temporal sampling, and data latency. Ruf, Christopher; Asharaf, Shakeel; Balasubramaniam, Rajeswari; Gleason, Scott; Lang, Timothy; McKag 9637
INTEGRATING SCIENCE AND RHETORIC ON CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE CLASSROOM. Labosier, Christopher F.; Fay, Isabel 3481
IS SUMMER AFRICAN DUST ARRIVING EARLIER TO BARBADOS? The Updated Long-Term In Situ Dust Mass Concentration Time Series from Ragged Point, Barbados, and Miami, Florida: Approximately 45 years of daily surface dust mass concentrations indicate a recent shift to earlier dates for the extremely dusty summer events at Barbados, while summer-mean values have mostly decreased at Miami. Zuidema, Paquita; Alvarez, Claudia; Kramer, SamanthaJ.; Custals, Lillian; Izaguirre, Miguel; Sealy, 3839
KRISTEN KNIGHT: Marketing Associate, Digital Products and Design. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. 358
Laying Plans for Metutopia. 676
LIVING ON THE REAL WORLD. 794
NEW AMS DUES STRUCTURE. Seitter, Keith L. 579
OBITUARIES. Steiger, Scott Obituary 499
OBSERVATIONS UTILIZING KOREA OCEAN RESEARCH STATIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS FOR PROCESS STUDIES: Ocean-atmosphere observations utilizing the Korea ocean research stations are available to the scientific community to advance our understanding of air-sea interactions, atmospheric chemistry, oceanographic processes, and more. Ha, Kyung-Ja; Nam, SungHyun; Jeong, Jin-Yong; Moon, Il-Ju; Lee, Meehye; Yun, Junghee; Jang, Chan Joo 8103
OPPORTUNITIES FOR FORECAST-INFORMED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES. Blum, Annalise G.; Miller, Andy 2219
Oxford Weather and Climate since 1767. 1071
PREDICTING FUTURE GREENLAND SURFACE MELTING IN HIGH AND LOW WARMING SCENARIOS. Reusch, David B. 785
REDUCTION IN NORTHERN MID-LATITUDE 2-M TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY DUE TO ARCTIC SEA ICE LOSS. W. Thomas; Collow; Wang, W.; Kumar, A. 566
RESULTS OF THE TOKYO METROPOLITAN AREA CONVECTION STUDY FOR EXTREME WEATHER RESILIENT CITIES (TOMACS): A dense network of X-band polarimetric radars and other instruments was deployed to study and forecast local high-impact weather around Tokyo. Misumi, Ryohei; Shoji, Yoshinori; Saito, Kazuo; Seko, Hiromu; Seino, Naoko; Suzuki, Shin-ichi; Shuss 8520
THE IMPACT OF AIRPLANE CONTRAILS ON CLIMATE. 358
THE LIFE CYCLES OF EXTRATROPICAL CYCLONES. Shapiro, Melvyn A.; Gronas, Sigbjorn 149
THE SUBSEASONAL EXPERIMENT (SubX): A Multimodel Subseasonal Prediction Experiment: SubX is a research to operations project in service of developing better operational subseasonal forecasts. Pegion, Kathy; Kirtman, Ben P.; Becker, Emily; Collins, Dan C.; LaJoie, Emerson; Burgman, Robert; Be 9239
The Weather Machine: A Journey Inside the Forecast. 119
THE WEATHER ROULETTE: A Game to Communicate the Usefulness of Probabilistic Climate Predictions. Terrado, Marta; Lledo, Llorenc; Bojovic, Dragana; Clair, Asun Lera St.; Soret, Albert; Doblas-Reyes, 8062
TROPICAL CYCLONES AND CLIMATE CHANGE ASSESSMENT: Part I: Detection and Attribution: We assess whether detectable changes in tropical cyclone activity have been identified in observations and whether any changes can be attributed to anthropogenic climate change. Knutson, Thomas; Camargo, SuzanaJ.; Chan, Johnny C.L.; Emanuel, Kerry; Ho, Chang-Hoi; Kossin, James; 15039
UNIQUE METHODS YIELD NEW INSIGHTS ON SEA SPRAY. 260
Weather Observations of Remote Polar Areas Using an AWS Onboard a Unique Zero-Emissions Polar Vehicle. Gonzalez, Sergi; Banon, Manuel; Albero, Jose V.; Larramendi, Ramon; Moreno, Hermenegildo; Vasallo, F 2001
Weather: An Illustrated History: From Cloud Atlases to Climate Change. Bibliography 119
WHAT DRIVES GREATER AUTUMN RAINFALL IN SOUTHEAST U.S.? 235

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