from headquarters Editor's Note: Over the years cooperation between the National Weather Association (NWA) and the AMS has not been as extensive as it might have been, given the commonality of interests between the two organiza- tions. As one step to enhance such cooperation, Ron McPherson and Keith Seitter recently became members of the NWA. The leadership of the NWA invited them to submit an essay on common interests, and it was published in the July 2001 NWA Newsletter. It is reprinted in full below, with permission of the NWA. Common Interests of the NWA and the AMS Ronald D. McPherson, executive director, AMS; Keith L. Seitter, deputy executive director, AMS would separate the various sectors and disciplines of As new members of the National Weather Associa- our field. To that end, we advocate membership and tion, we wish to thank the NWA's leadership for warmly welcoming us to the organization. Kevin participation in multiple organizations. Those in the Lavin sent each of us a very nice letter of welcome, operational community should be encouraged to be- which is very much appreciated. We also appreciate long to both the NWA and the AMS, those with inter- the leadership's invitation
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 2001
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