Issue Content

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

  • Overview of the HI-SCALE Field Campaign: A New Perspective on Shallow Convective Clouds
  • The Perdigao: Peering into Microscale Details of Mountain Winds
  • The Climate Spiral Demonstrates the Power of Sharing Creative Ideas
  • NOAA General Modeling Meeting and Fair Brings Together Its Modeling Enterprise
  • Observing Hurricane Harvey's Eyewall at Landfall
  • An interactive online educational applet for multiple frequencies of radar observations
  • What are the Best Thermodynamic Quantity and Function to Define a Front in Gridded Model Output?
  • The Arctic Cloud Puzzle: Using ACLOUD/PASCAL Multi-Platform Observations to Unravel the Role of
    Clouds and Aerosol Particles in Arctic Amplification
  • CHOCOJEX: A Research Experiment Focused on the Choco Low-Level Jet over the Far Eastern Pacific
    and Western Colombia
Upcoming Issue Content

June Issue of BAMS


  • Measuring the Atmospheric Responses of 2017 Total Solar Eclipse: Results from Wyoming and New York
  • Recognizing the Famine Early Warning Systems Network: Over 30 years of Drought Early Warning Science Advances and Partnerships Promoting Global Food Security
  • Bore-ing into Nocturnal Convection
  • Seawater Icicles in the Adriatic Sea (Northern Mediterranean)
  • The Quinault Blowdown: A Microscale Wind Event Driven by a Mountain-Wave Rotor
  • Seeing weather through chaos: A case study of disembedding skills in undergraduate meteorology students
  • Challenges and Future Directions for Data Management in the Geosciences
  • Hydroclimate Variability in Snow-Fed River Systems: Local Water Managers' Perspectives on Adapting to the New Normal
  • A High-Altitude Long-Range Aircraft Configured as a Cloud Observatory: The NARVAL Expeditions
  • A Stochastic Representation of Subgrid Uncertainty for Dynamical Core Development
  • Subseasonal Weather Prediction in a Global Convection-Permitting Model

July Issue of BAMS


  • 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 Advertising Deadlines

May Issue:
Insertion orders are due April  17, 2019 and artwork is due by April 22, 2019