Volum e 85 Number 7 July 2004 Bulletin of the American Meteor^' |j Ki 0P*Zone n Kipp & Zonen (USA), Inc T (631)589 2065 Kipp& F (631)589 2068 125 Wilbur Place Bohemia, E firstname.lastname@example.org NY 11716 Website www.kippzonen.co mm ARTICLES 955 Improving Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts in the War m Season BAH f A USWRP Research and Development Strategy Bulleti n of th e America n Meteorological Society I. M. FRITSCH AND R. E. CARBONE 96 7 The EPIC 2001 Stratocumulus Study VOLUME 85, NUMBER 7, JULY 2004 C. S. BRETHERTON ET AL. 97 9 In Situ-based Pseudo-Wind Stress ON THE COVER Products for the Tropical Oceans S. R. SMITH ET AL. Despite the widespread costs and dangers of heavy rains, warm-season quantitative FORUM precipitation forecast (QPF) skill is poor. As a result, the U.S. Weather Research Program 99 5 Historical Research in the Atmospheric commissioned a workshop to examine ways of Sciences The Value of Literature Reviews, Libraries, and improving understanding and prediction of Librarians warm-season rainfall and associated floods. D. M. SCHULTZ J. M. Fritsch and R. E. Carbone summarize the major findings of this workshop in their MEETING SUMMARY article, starting on page 955. 1001 The Role
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