editorial Joanne Simpson Publications Commissioner Keith Seitter American Meteorological Society Th e world of scientific publication is undergoing a variety of exciting changes as use of the Internet in disseminatin g scientific information continues to increase at a phenomena l rate, especially with the growth of the World Wide Web. The AM S and a few closely related societies are becoming a part of the emerging new era of electronic publishing an d will soo n launch a new, all-electronic journa l in th e earth syste m science s called Earth Interactions. Submissions to th e journa l will be peer-reviewed , and th e journa l will be produce d at th e high scholarly level of AM S print journals . All submission s will be mad e electronically, an d th e journa l will be available only in an electronic format. Earth Interactions will provide a venu e for authors to present scientific results in way s that the printed page cannot support, such as with computer animations and other visualization technique s the research community uses in their work on a daily basis. Th e American Geophysical Union (AGU) and Association of American
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1995
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