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45 BEACON m^jmi LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS THOUGHTS ON CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE lsewhere in this issue of the Bulletin we print the t o develop improved technologies for monitoring AMS Statement on Climate Change Science: Re- changes in our environment; Esearch Imperatives for the Atmospheric and Re- • Adaptive capacity—To identify ways in which so- lated Sciences" that represents the official position of ciety can become more robust and resilient t o cli- the Society on the issue of climate change science. mate variability and change through adaptation re- The statement replaces the statement from 1991, search, development, and implementation, including taking into account the large body of research com- enhancing our ability to predict the evolution of pleted since then. The statement was approved by the our environment; Council on 9 February 2003. • Mitigation strategies—To reduce concentrations of It is a very thoughtful and carefully considered state- greenhouse gases in economically and societally ac- ment, designed to avoid straying outside the bound- ceptable ways through research, development, and aries of our sciences, and focused on the research implementation of mitigation strategies, including required t o address the remaining scientific uncertain- sequestration. ties associated with climate variability and change. It http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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m^jmi LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS THOUGHTS ON CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE lsewhere in this issue of the Bulletin we print the t o develop improved technologies for monitoring AMS Statement on Climate Change Science: Re- changes in our environment; Esearch Imperatives for the Atmospheric and Re- • Adaptive capacity—To identify ways in which so- lated Sciences" that represents the official position of ciety can become more robust and resilient t o cli- the Society on the issue of climate change science. mate variability and change through adaptation re- The statement replaces the statement from 1991, search, development, and implementation, including taking into account the large body of research com- enhancing our ability to predict the evolution of pleted since then. The statement was approved by the our environment; Council on 9 February 2003. • Mitigation strategies—To reduce concentrations of It is a very thoughtful and carefully considered state- greenhouse gases in economically and societally ac- ment, designed to avoid straying outside the bound- ceptable ways through research, development, and aries of our sciences, and focused on the research implementation of mitigation strategies, including required t o address the remaining scientific uncertain- sequestration. ties associated with climate variability and change. It

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