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CONTENTS IN BOX 2019 Exploring Applications of Eye Tracking in Operational Meteorology Research K . A . WILSON ET AL. ESSAY 2027 Aspen Global Change Institute VOLUME 97, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER 2016 25 Years of Interdisciplinary Global Change Science G. A . MEEHL AND R . MOSS ON THE COVER ARTICLES A new, higher resolution global climatology 2039 Solar Ultraviolet Attenuation during the Australian (Red Dawn) Dust Event of based on TRMM data shows that Venezu- 23 September 2009 ela’s Lake Maracaibo has the world’s highest N. DOWNS ET AL. lightning concentration, thanks to relentless 2051 Where Are the Lightning Hotspots on Earth? local nighttime convective activity. A single R . I. ALBRECHT ET AL. beat in this nocturnal rhythm was captured 2069 Crowdsourcing the El Reno 2013 Tornado by the VIIRS Day/Night Band, a low-light A New Approach for Collation and Display of Storm visible sensor on board the Suomi-NPP Chaser Imagery for Scientific Applications A . SEIMON ET AL. satellite, when it passed over the area on 4 September 2015 at 1:50 a.m. local time. The 2085 NASA’s Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel (HS3) Investigation bright white segment captures the moment S. A . BR AUN ET AL. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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IN BOX 2019 Exploring Applications of Eye Tracking in Operational Meteorology Research K . A . WILSON ET AL. ESSAY 2027 Aspen Global Change Institute VOLUME 97, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER 2016 25 Years of Interdisciplinary Global Change Science G. A . MEEHL AND R . MOSS ON THE COVER ARTICLES A new, higher resolution global climatology 2039 Solar Ultraviolet Attenuation during the Australian (Red Dawn) Dust Event of based on TRMM data shows that Venezu- 23 September 2009 ela’s Lake Maracaibo has the world’s highest N. DOWNS ET AL. lightning concentration, thanks to relentless 2051 Where Are the Lightning Hotspots on Earth? local nighttime convective activity. A single R . I. ALBRECHT ET AL. beat in this nocturnal rhythm was captured 2069 Crowdsourcing the El Reno 2013 Tornado by the VIIRS Day/Night Band, a low-light A New Approach for Collation and Display of Storm visible sensor on board the Suomi-NPP Chaser Imagery for Scientific Applications A . SEIMON ET AL. satellite, when it passed over the area on 4 September 2015 at 1:50 a.m. local time. The 2085 NASA’s Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel (HS3) Investigation bright white segment captures the moment S. A . BR AUN ET AL.

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