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The AMS Publications Program

The AMS Publications Program BULLETIN of the American Meteorological Society Published Monthly except July and August at Prince and Lemon Streets, Lancaster, Pa.f William E. Hardy, Post Office Box 592, Gainesville, Georgia, Editor VOL . 38 APRIL, 1957 No. 4 EDITORIA L ROBER T D . FLETCHER, PRESIDENT American Meteorological Society NE objective of the American Meteorologi- and requirements is bewildering. As a result, cal Society is "the development and dis- furthermore, the consumers of our meteorological O semination of knowledge of meteorology in products are becoming increasingly confused as to all its phases and applications." The Society has current knowledge on certain newsworthy types of proceeded aggressively to meet this objective weather phenomena and as to what we can and through the formulation of a publications program cannot do under our present circumstances of which is outstanding among scientific and pro- mental and material wherewithal. Accordingly, fessional associations. The AMS Bulletin, the our Council has decided to mount a four-phase Journal of Meteorology, Weatherwise, the Mete- attack on these deficiencies. orological Monographs, and the Meteorological In the first place the Council has directed our Abstracts and Bibliography, together with special Publications Committee to review and to recom- or one-time-only issues such as http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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1520-0477
DOI
10.1175/1520-0477-38.4.191
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Abstract

BULLETIN of the American Meteorological Society Published Monthly except July and August at Prince and Lemon Streets, Lancaster, Pa.f William E. Hardy, Post Office Box 592, Gainesville, Georgia, Editor VOL . 38 APRIL, 1957 No. 4 EDITORIA L ROBER T D . FLETCHER, PRESIDENT American Meteorological Society NE objective of the American Meteorologi- and requirements is bewildering. As a result, cal Society is "the development and dis- furthermore, the consumers of our meteorological O semination of knowledge of meteorology in products are becoming increasingly confused as to all its phases and applications." The Society has current knowledge on certain newsworthy types of proceeded aggressively to meet this objective weather phenomena and as to what we can and through the formulation of a publications program cannot do under our present circumstances of which is outstanding among scientific and pro- mental and material wherewithal. Accordingly, fessional associations. The AMS Bulletin, the our Council has decided to mount a four-phase Journal of Meteorology, Weatherwise, the Mete- attack on these deficiencies. orological Monographs, and the Meteorological In the first place the Council has directed our Abstracts and Bibliography, together with special Publications Committee to review and to recom- or one-time-only issues such as

Journal

Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 1957

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