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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-87.1.103
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SUCCESS STORIES WITHI N THE ENTERPRISE was on the phone the other day with a reporter serve the public in ways that are even greater than the significant contributions we make now. wh o was working on a story about careers in me- teorology. She had been in contact with individuals It often seems t o come down to the actions of in private-sector weather provider companies, the individuals; a small number of people can set a tone media, the local NWS office, and at least one uni- for the interactions of many, and a few leaders can versity in the New England area with a meteorology set in motion new initiatives that serve as models for program. She said that in working on this story she the entire community. The Presidential Forum at the had been struck by tw o things: first, that the people AMS Annual Meeting in Atlanta will highlight a few she had talked t o really loved their careers; and sec- "success stories" in the enterprise. In each case, a ond, that there was clearly a lot of cooperation and few far-sighted individuals found ways to bridge the communication among the academic, private, and

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jan 1, 2006

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