AMS Council has approved a new journal!

Artificial Intelligence for the Earth Systems (AIES) will publish research on the development and application of methods in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, data science, and statistics that is relevant to meteorology, atmospheric science, hydrology, climate science, and ocean sciences.

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