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Eclipse across America: Citizen Science Observations of the 21 August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

Read a new study about the citizen science observing campaign during the total solar eclipse of August 2017 in the Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology.

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20 Years of JHM
20 Years of JHM

Read Chief Editor Wade Crow's editorial celebrating 20 years of the Journal of Hydrometeorology.

Tropical Cyclone Center Fix Using CYGNSS Winds
Tropical Cyclone Center Fix Using CYGNSS Winds

A new study in the Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology describes a new method for determining the center location of a tropical cyclone using wind speed measurements by the NASA Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System.

Publish for Less
Publish for Less

AMS Publications is pleased to announce a reduction in page charges for the Society’s technical journals. Starting with papers submitted on 1 September 2019, authors will see a savings of $25 per typeset page — more than $400 for an average-length article.

Recent Changes in Mean and Extreme Temperature and Precipitation in the Western Pacific Islands
Recent Changes in Mean and Extreme Temperature and Precipitation in the Western Pacific Islands

A new study in the Journal of Climate explores trends in mean and extreme temperature and precipitation over the period from 1951 to 2015 for stations in the western Pacific.