•HHB&^J P lift dBIMHHHMBk. a. JMHaam , jmrnmrnrnrnmL JH LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS Preserving and Accessing Information Critical to Our Community worry about the future for our community from cited in an article if the work is eventually published time to time. Not about the fate of the AMS as in the peer-reviewed journals, but in many cases, the I an organization, because I see evidence every day grey literature reports stand on their own to fill cru- of the commitment of our members to the success cial gaps that allow a more complete understanding of AMS programs. And not about the future of the of research that has been done. In other cases, these s served by the AMS, because I'm sure we works provide data whose value will only be realized profession all see the increasing impact our science and services in years to come. The community needs to know have on society as a whole. No, those aspects of the that this information will be preserved and that it will future look exciting and vibrant and meaningful for be accessible to future generations who may depend our community. The aspect of the future that I worry on
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 2007
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