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We are currently accepting advertising orders for the September 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 August issue. You may find that many of the articles are complementary to your organization's interests.

  • Developing Priority Observational Requirements from Space Using Multi-Attribute Utility Theory
  • Hurricane Model Development at GFDL: A Collaborative Success Story from a Historical Perspective
  • TOPOFIRE: A topographically resolved wildfire danger and drought monitoring system for the conterminous United States Potential Numerical Techniques and Challenges for Atmospheric Modeling
  • Incorporating User Values into Climate Services
  • The Iceland Greenland Seas Project
  • An Overview of Using Weather Radar for Climatological Studies: Successes, Challenges, and Potential
  • The Second Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP2): General Overview
  • Climate Science Needs to Take Risk Assessment Much More Seriously
  • The Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, Ocean Ecosystem Mission: Status, Science, Advances
  • The Second Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP2): Observational Field Campaign
 
Upcoming Issue Content

 

October Issue of BAMS

 

  • Communicating Hurricane Risk with Virtual Reality: A Pilot Project
  • Opportunities for Forecast-Informed Water Resources Management in the United States
  • Using Worked Examples to Improve Student Understanding of Atmospheric Dynamics
  • Climate Recorded in Seawater: A Workshop on Water-Mass Transformation Analysis for Ocean and Climate Studies
  • Observations Utilizing Korean Ocean Research Stations and Their Applications for Process Studies
  • Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change Assessment. Part I: Detection and Attribution
  • Integrating Science and Rhetoric on Climate Change in the Classroom
  • Dynamics Behind a Record-Breaking Trough over Mexico and Internal Atmospheric Variability during El Nino
  • Image of a geostationary satellite over east Africa observed from Kitt Peak, Arizona.
  • Process-Oriented Evaluation of Climate and Weather Forecasting Models
  • From NEON Field Sites to Data Portal: A Community Resource for Surface-Atmosphere Research Comes Online
  • An International Conference that Presents Current Advances in Simulating and Observing Atmospheric Processes
  • Evolving the National Weather Service to Build a Weather-Ready Nation: Connecting Observations, Forecasts, and Warnings to Decision-Makers through Impact-Based Decision Support Services
  • Enabling Immediate Access to Earth Science Models through Cloud Computing: Application to the GEOS-Chem Model
  • Is Summer African Dust Arriving Earlier to Barbados? The Updated Long-Term In Situ Dust Mass Concentration Time Series from Ragged Point, Barbados and Miami, Florida

November Issue of BAMS

 

  • The biggest unknowns related to decadal prediction: what 50 experts think are the 5 major knowledge gaps
  • THREE EARLY TROPICAL FIELD EXPERIMENTS
  • Weather observations of remote polar areas using an AWS on board a unique zero-emissions polar vehicle
  • Climate assessments for local action
  • Results of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area Convection Study for Extreme Weather Resilient Cities (TOMACS)
  • The Subseasonal Experiment (SubX):A multi-model subseasonal prediction experiment
  • Designing drought indicators
  • In-Orbit Performance of the Constellation of CYGNSS Hurricane Satellites
  • SEA-POL Goes to Sea
  • Overview of the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition: Study of Preindustrial-like Aerosols and Their Climate Effects (ACE-SPACE)
  • Teaching Atmospheric Modelling at the graduate level: 15 years of using mesoscale models as educational tools in an active learning environment
  • Urban Air Mobility: Opportunities for the Weather Community
  • The AMS Board for Early Career Professionals: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives
  • The Weather Roulette: a game to communicate the usefulness of probabilistic climate predictions
  • Nocturnal Convection Initiation during PECAN 2015
     

Upcoming Advertising Deadlines
 

September Issue:
Insertion orders are due August 9, 2019 and artwork is due by August 16, 2019

October Issue:
Insertion orders are due August 26, 2019 and artwork is due by September 2, 2019

November Issue:
Insertion orders are due September 24, 2019 and artwork is due by October 1, 2019