AMS Soundings is a monthly newsletter that goes out to AMS members and friends. Each edition includes news updates, profiles, awards, special articles, important dates, and other great information about all that’s going on with AMS, our work, and our community. We hope you enjoy reading it, and we always welcome your feedback.
5th AMS Climate Studies Diversity Project workshop, new AMS Statements, volunteer request to revise AMS Statement on Climate change, and more in this month's issue of Soundings.
AMS 100th Anniversary Campaign, Collective Global Climate Statement, AMS Washington Forum, and more in this issue of Soundings.
Message from acting President Roger Wakimoto, improved BAMS Digital Edition, 98th Annual Meeting, and more in this issue of Soundings.
March for Science, Awards Nominations, Summer Education programs and more in this issue of Soundings.
97th AMS Annual Meeting largest Annual Meeting ever, AMS adopts best statement on Best Practices for Publicly Sharing Weather Information Via Social Media, new version of Digital BAMS, and more!
Explaining Extreme Events from a Climate Perspective, Climatepolicy.org re-launched, volunteer opportunities, and more in this issue of Soundings.
Congressional Science Fellowship information, AMS election results, and a newly revised format all in this month's issue of Soundings.
Annual Meeting Special Events, New book, Education Opportunities and more in this issue of Soundings.
Annual Meeting spotlight, new AMS Meteorological Monographs, Climate Studies Diversity Project Implementation Workshop and more in this issue of Soundings.
The value of becoming a Certified Consulting Meteorologist, upcoming workshops and lectures, and Glossary Word of the Month all in this issue of AMS Soundings!
In this issue all about reports from State of the Climate 2015 to the AMS Annual Report and much more. Read about it here.
Read the AMS Statement on Weather, Water, and Climate Priorities, find out about our new 'School of Ice" workshop, and see the latest AMS Meteorological Monograph in this issue of Soundings.