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Articles from Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (December 1, 2020)

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Title Author Type Words
"What is the most important thing you've learned practicing your profession?". 226
A Drop in the Bucket. Uhlenbrock, Kristan 649
A Formula for the Maximum Vertical Velocity in Supercell Updrafts. 421
A Look Back at AMS Successes in 2020. Seitter, Keith L. Organization overview 894
A Serious Game for a Serious Issue: Encouraging Cooperation on Climate Change Adaptation. 2132
AMS ON THE AIR. 344
Amy McGovern: Professor, University of Oklahoma, and Weather and Forecasting editor. Interview 263
AN INTRODUCTION FROM AMS: 10-15 January 2021. Conference news 1590
Balloons into Plumes: The Rapid Response to the 2018 Kilauea Eruption. 1968
BEN SANTER. 167
Best Practices for Large Retail Outlets in Preparation for Severe Wind and Tornado Emergencies. 1868
CASEarth Poles: Big Data for Integrated Science. 1448
CERTIFICATIONS. List 168
Correcting Biases in Historical Bathythermograph Data Using Artificial Neural Networks. 502
Dawn in America. Hooke, William H. 834
Emma Tipton: Associate for Policy, Communication, and Collaboration, AMS Policy Program. Thomas-Medwid, Rachel S. Brief biography 350
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2019. 7979
Global Daily Surface Air Temperatures From EUSTACE. 2050
Innovations in Carbon Cycle Science. 2130
Landfalling Drought. 225
MEETING CALENDAR. Calendar 1895
One-Way Air-Lake Model Linkage Improves Lake-Effect Snow Forecasts. 489
OUTLOOKS. 343
Poor Cell Service = Rich Rain Observations. 252
PRECURSORS. 450
Predicting a Floodemic. 241
Priorities for a New Decade: Weather, Water, and Climate. 2585
Promoting Data Availability Principles and Best Practices. Friedman, Michael 648
Rage with the Learning Machine. 316
Self-sufficient UAVs for Quick Release of Ocean Minidrifters. 431
The Biggest Chill. 212
The Historic 2019 Flood of Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. 2403
Tight Global Connections. 226
When People Think They Know: The Dunning-Kruger Effect in Weather. 1815

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