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from headquarters Through the Generosity of Many, AMS Journals Are Getting to the Scientists in Developing Nations, the Former Soviet Union, and Eastern Bloc Countries With support from the NOAA Office of Global universities, and regional meteorological training Programs, the Geosciences Directorate of the Na- centers in developing nations. The low subscrip- tional Science Foundation, the National Weather tion price allows a modest grant, now in its second Service, the International Science Foundation (ISF), year of support, to provide 134 subscriptions as a and AMS members, the Society's journals are be- means of serving a large number of meteorologists ing delivered to a variety of institutions around the in these countries. world that would otherwise be unable to afford them. Using funds given by AMS members to the 75th Anniversary Campaign and its follow-on Programs Through a grant jointly sponsored by the NOAA in Support of Science and Education that have been Office of Global Programs and the Geosciences Di- designated for international cooperation, the Soci- rectorat e of the National Science Foundation, Monthly Weather Review and Journal of Climate ety has been able to continue the delivery to former are now being sent to national meteorological ser- Soviet Union institutions 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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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.5.948
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Abstract

Through the Generosity of Many, AMS Journals Are Getting to the Scientists in Developing Nations, the Former Soviet Union, and Eastern Bloc Countries With support from the NOAA Office of Global universities, and regional meteorological training Programs, the Geosciences Directorate of the Na- centers in developing nations. The low subscrip- tional Science Foundation, the National Weather tion price allows a modest grant, now in its second Service, the International Science Foundation (ISF), year of support, to provide 134 subscriptions as a and AMS members, the Society's journals are be- means of serving a large number of meteorologists ing delivered to a variety of institutions around the in these countries. world that would otherwise be unable to afford them. Using funds given by AMS members to the 75th Anniversary Campaign and its follow-on Programs Through a grant jointly sponsored by the NOAA in Support of Science and Education that have been Office of Global Programs and the Geosciences Di- designated for international cooperation, the Soci- rectorat e of the National Science Foundation, Monthly Weather Review and Journal of Climate ety has been able to continue the delivery to former are now being sent to national meteorological ser- Soviet Union institutions

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Published: May 1, 1997

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