We are currently accepting advertising orders for the November 2018 Annual Meeting Preview Issue of BAMS.
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Here is a quick peek at articles scheduled to appear in the November issue. You may find that many of the articles are complementary to your organization's interests.
- Chilean Wildfires: Probabilistic Prediction, Emergency Response, and Public Communication
- Improvements in Nonconvective Aviation Turbulence Prediction for the World Area Forecast System
- Have We Reached the Limits of Predictability for Tropical Cyclone Track Forecasting?
- CO2 and Carbon Emissions from Cities: Linkages to Air Quality, Socioeconomic Activity, and Stakeholders in the Salt Lake City Urban Area
- Wind Hazard and Turbulence Monitoring at Airports with Lidar, Radar, and Mode-S Downlinks: The UFO Project
- Weather on the Go: An Assessment of Smartphone Mobile Weather Application Use among College Students
- The Benefits of Global High Resolution for Climate Simulation: Process Understanding and the Enabling of Stakeholder Decisions at the Regional Scale
- The Coldest Places in Hawaii: The ice-preserving microclimates of high-altitude craters and caves on tropical island volcanoes
- CESM1(WACCM) Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering Large Ensemble Project
Upcoming Issue Content
December Issue of BAMS
- Agile Development in Meteorological R&D: Achieving a Minimum Viable Product in a Scrum Work Setting
- The Rapid Deployments to Wildfires Experiment: Observations from the Fire Zone.
- Recommendations for in situ and remote sensing capabilities in atmospheric convection and turbulence
- Affordable Rotating Fluid Demonstrations for Geoscience Education: The DIYnamics Project
- Facilitating the Self-Directed Learning Efforts of Professional Meteorologists
- The Dark Side of Hurricane Matthew: Unique Perspectives from the VIIRS Day/Night Band
- Observing Clouds in 4D with Multiview Stereophotogrammetry
- The Harlem Heat Project: A Unique Media-Community Collaboration to Study Indoor Heat Waves