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45 BEACON NE W COMMISSIO N O N TH E WEATHE R AN D CLIMATE ENTERPRISE n this column last month, I mentioned in passing that ing months, goes well beyond just issues related to NOAA' s interactions with the private and academic the AMS Council had approved in January the for- mation of a new commission within the Society: the sectors. The new commission is an opportunity for th e Society t o foster better interactions among all Commission on the Weather and Climate Enterprise. This is an important milestone, because commissions components of the provider and user communities in ways that can truly help the enterprise grow and are the primary organizational feature of the Society's volunteer structure. The creation of a new commis- prosper. sion is a rare and important event. It is important t o always keep in mind that the AMS This new commission grew out of the Society's will not be playing a role of arbiter in disputes between desire t o respond t o Recommendation 3 in the Na- individuals or groups in different sectors of our com- munity. Instead, the role of this new commission is t o tional Research Council's report, Fair http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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NE W COMMISSIO N O N TH E WEATHE R AN D CLIMATE ENTERPRISE n this column last month, I mentioned in passing that ing months, goes well beyond just issues related to NOAA' s interactions with the private and academic the AMS Council had approved in January the for- mation of a new commission within the Society: the sectors. The new commission is an opportunity for th e Society t o foster better interactions among all Commission on the Weather and Climate Enterprise. This is an important milestone, because commissions components of the provider and user communities in ways that can truly help the enterprise grow and are the primary organizational feature of the Society's volunteer structure. The creation of a new commis- prosper. sion is a rare and important event. It is important t o always keep in mind that the AMS This new commission grew out of the Society's will not be playing a role of arbiter in disputes between desire t o respond t o Recommendation 3 in the Na- individuals or groups in different sectors of our com- munity. Instead, the role of this new commission is t o tional Research Council's report, Fair

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