Pride Month Spotlight: Finding Community

Part One: Thoughts on pride, community, history, and the path forward from members of the AMS community, now on The Front Page blog.

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The AMS is a global community committed to advancing weather, water, and climate science and service.

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Science

We advance the atmospheric and related sciences through scientific meetings and high-impact, peer-reviewed publications—and bolster public understanding through education, policy outreach, and accessible communications.

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We bring together scientists, professionals, students, authors, educators, researchers, and weather enthusiasts from around the world to share their expertise and collaborate.

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We offer certification programs, online learning, and other professional development opportunities so that our members can learn, grow, and succeed.

Anjuli Bamzai
AMS President

It is a great honor and privilege to be the AMS President. With its goal to serve society through science and policy, AMS is poised to make major headway on the grand challenge of our times: the future ability of life on our planet to thrive. As your President, I will work with the AMS executive leadership, Council, and Committee members to prioritize and tackle the challenges facing our members as we all work to improve understanding of weather and climate and use that understanding to solve real-world problems.

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Glossary Term of the Week

Oyashio

The western boundary current of the North Pacific subpolar gyre.
Fed by the Alaskan Stream and Kamchatka Current, the Oyashio flows southward along the Kuril Islands and the east coast of northern Japan to 39°–40°N and occasionally as far south as 36°N.

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