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We are currently accepting advertising orders for the July 2019 Issue of BAMS

Advertise in this issue and get the word out to the AMS weather, water, and climate community. You will reach a paid subscriber base of over 12,000 AMS members—many of whom are responsible for the purchase of their organization’s equipment and services.

Here is a quick peek at articles scheduled to appear in the July issue. You may find that many of the articles are complementary to your organization's interests.

  • A Global Gridded Dataset of the Characteristics of the Rainy and Dry Seasons
  • A Sea Level Stratospheric Ozone Intrusion Event Induced within a Thunderstorm Gust Front
  • The Aerosols, Radiation and Clouds in Southern Africa (AEROCLO-sA) Field Campaign in Namibia: Overview, Illustrative Observations, and Way Forward
  • Improving Climate Change Literacy and Promoting Outreach in an Undergraduate Atmospheric Sciences Program
  • A Standardized Atmospheric Measurement Data (SAMD) Archive for distributed cloud and precipitation process-oriented observations in Central Europe
  • Post-Processing and Visualization Techniques for Convection-Allowing Ensembles
  • Improving Harvey forecasts with next-generation weather satellites
Upcoming Issue Content

August Issue of BAMS


  • Satellite Doppler observations for the motions of the oceans
  • Linking Anomalous Moisture Transport and Drought Episodes in the IPCC Reference Regions
  • Review of Advances in Precipitation Enhancement Research
  • Understanding Future Safety of Dams in a Changing Climate
  • Forecasting High-Impact Weather in Landfalling Tropical Cyclones Using a Warn-on-Forecast System
  • Understanding Decision Context to Improve Heat Health Information
  • Trials, Errors, and Improvements in Coproduction of Climate Services
  • From NEON Field Sites to Data Portal: A Community Resource for Surface-Atmosphere Research Comes Online
  • Aerosol-Cloud-Meteorology Interaction Airborne Field Investigations: Using Lessons Learned from the U.S. West Coast in the Design of ACTIVATE off the U.S. East Coast
  • Precipitation and Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes: Continental Analysis with High-Resolution Radar Data
  • Tactical Decision-Making Support Information for Aircraft Lightning Avoidance: Feasibility Study in Area of Winter Lightning

September Issue of BAMS


  • Developing Priority Observational Requirements from Space using Multi-Attribute Utility Theory
  • Experiences with >50,000 Crowdsourced Hail Reports in Switzerland
  • Hurricane Model Development at GFDL: A Collaborative Success Story from an Historical Perspective
  • A 142-year Climatology of Northern California Landslides and Atmospheric Rivers
  • Twelve years of daily weather descriptions in North-America in the 18th century (Mexico City, 1775-1786)
  • Stronger Climate Resilience with Insurance
  • Potential Numerical Techniques and Challenges for Atmospheric Modeling
  • Incorporating User Values into Climate Services
  • Climate Science Needs to Take Risk Assessment Much More Seriously
  • The Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) mission: Status, science, advances

October Issue of BAMS


  • Dynamics behind a record-breaking trough over Mexico and internal atmospheric variability during El Niño
  • An overview of using weather radar for climatological studies: Successes, challenges and potential
  • The Second Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP 2): General Overview
  • The Second Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP2): Observational Field Campaign
  • Enabling immediate access to Earth science models through cloud computing: application to the GEOS-Chem model

Upcoming Advertising Deadlines

June Issue:
Insertion orders are due May 15, 2019 and artwork is due by May 22, 2019

July Issue:
Insertion orders are due May 31, 2019 and artwork is due by June 7, 2019

August Issue:
Insertion orders are due June 24, 2019 and artwork is due by July 1, 2019