New AMS Journal Launched: Weather, Climate, and Society he AM S has just launched a new scholarly journal, The AMS rarely introduces new journals, and does Weather, Climate, and Society (WCAS), for peer- so only when there is a demonstrated need within the Treviewed, scientific research and analysis on the atmospheric and related-science community that is interactions of weather and climate with society. WCAS not being met elsewhere. In the post-Katrina era, when the interconnections between socioeconomic, political, will publish research results in areas that are currently not covered routinely within the suite of AM S journals, and natural forces such as catastrophic weather events and climate change are becoming increasingly clear, the as described in the journal's terms of reference: lack of a consistent home within (and indeed beyond) the AM S journals for scholarly articles that address such Articles may focus on socioeconomic, policy, or issues had become the focus of much concern within technological influences on weather and climate the Society. The intention is for WCAS to help fill this or on the socioeconomic impacts of weather and vacuum, and in so doing to broaden the AMS com- climate. They may involve policy research and munity
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 2008
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