Three New Committees Begin First Phases of Ten-Year Vision Implementation The Ten-Year Vision Statement is published in this Ad Hoc Committee on the Bulletin issue of the Bulletin (p. 479) and also available on the The Bulletin has changed a great deal in the past AMS Web site (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS). The decade. The AMS continues to get considerable posi- AMS Executive Committee has established three new tive feedback from the membership about the Bulle- ad hoc committees to begin developing some aspects tin, but we also hear suggestions for ways to improve of the implementation plan. While these committees it or expand the services provided to the community have a good deal of overlap in their missions and do through it. The Executive Committee agreed that it is not represent the full breadth of activity required un- a good time to conduct a thorough review of the struc- der the implementation, the Executive Committee is ture, content, and philosophy of the principal vehicle anxious to begin and feels these committees represent the Society uses for communication with its member- the first of many steps. ship, particularly in view of the Ten-Year Vision Study. This committee is composed of the following
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1999
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