BAMS (published since 1920 and issued monthly) features editorials, survey articles, conference summaries, and correspondence devoted to the latest news and research in the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. It also includes professional and membership news and announcements, book reviews, and meeting programs.
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- Reach a paid subscriber base of 12,000 AMS members—many of whom are responsible for the purchase of their organization's equipment and services
- Subscribers are highly educated with 70% having earned a master's degree or higher
- AMS members are working in government, academia, and the private sector
- Subscribers include researchers, broadcast meteorologists, undergraduate and graduate students, educators, and weather enthusiasts
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- Advertisements appear in the printed and digital edition of the magazine
- Thompson ISI ranked BAMS #2 in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science journals for 2016
The AMS accepts tasteful and accurate advertisements for products and services of professional interest to AMS members from organizations that are actively involved in the atmospheric and related sciences. The AMS also accepts advertising from organizations that have an interest in the atmospheric and related sciences and services, but are not actively involved in them. These organizations may promote their contributions to AMS activities and other good works, but may not directly promote products or services. The AMS reserves the right to refuse advertising that does not meet these criteria. Acceptance of advertising does not constitute the Society's endorsement of the product or service being advertised. AMS reserves the right to refuse any advertisement.