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from headquarters Study Assesses AMS's Future Direction 2. The AMS should intensify its efforts to serve as A significant portion of the mission of the AMS both a scientific and professional Society to those en- since its inception has been to serve members of the meteorological community. With the advancement of gaged in the atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sci- knowledge and technology during the past 77 years, ences and services; the needs of this group of professionals have con- 3. The professions served by the AMS are seeing a stantly evolved and changed. The AMS has made major shift toward greater private sector activity and sound attempts to provide additional services to meet this will continue over the coming years as more pro- these changes. With the upcoming change in the mil- fessionals begin serving the needs of weather-sensi- lennium, the AMS Planning Commission is currently tive industry; and leading an effort with the Executive Committee and 4. The revolutionary advances in the electronic dis- Council to prepare a vision of the Society in 10 years. semination of information that are currently underway This 10-year vision is intended to provide a guide to will need to be fully utilized to provide http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Study Assesses AMS's Future Direction 2. The AMS should intensify its efforts to serve as A significant portion of the mission of the AMS both a scientific and professional Society to those en- since its inception has been to serve members of the meteorological community. With the advancement of gaged in the atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sci- knowledge and technology during the past 77 years, ences and services; the needs of this group of professionals have con- 3. The professions served by the AMS are seeing a stantly evolved and changed. The AMS has made major shift toward greater private sector activity and sound attempts to provide additional services to meet this will continue over the coming years as more pro- these changes. With the upcoming change in the mil- fessionals begin serving the needs of weather-sensi- lennium, the AMS Planning Commission is currently tive industry; and leading an effort with the Executive Committee and 4. The revolutionary advances in the electronic dis- Council to prepare a vision of the Society in 10 years. semination of information that are currently underway This 10-year vision is intended to provide a guide to will need to be fully utilized to provide

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Published: Dec 1, 1997

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