INDEX TO ADVERTISERS

INDEX TO ADVERTISERS INDEX TO ADVERTISERS EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS Rate s and Genera l Information Belfort Instruments c4 Campbell Scientific 166 7 The AMS Employment Announcements are available online only. The announcements may be accessed free of Distromet Ltd. 167 3 charge through the AMS Web site at http:// Earth Interactions 167 6 www.ametsoc.org/AMS. An updated listing of job op- Environmenta l Research Services 167 2 portunities is posted every Friday, with each announce- Honeywel l 166 9 ment displayed for a duration of 4 weeks. Kipp & Zonen (USA) Inc. c 2 ADVERTISIN G RATES Lockheed Martin 165 3 $220 (250 words or less) $300 (251-400 words) NOA A 188 0 $360 (more than 400 words) Raytheo n c 3 Rates are per ad and include links to company URL and/ Solar Light Co. 167 7 or e-mail address. There is a $50 flat fee for inclusion of a 166 3 Texas Electronics, Inc. logo graphic. A 10% discount is offered to all corporation members of the AMS. AM S PUBLICATIONS, PREPRINTS, ETC. AMS 2004 Summer Policy Colloquium 1740 A D MATERIALS Submission of ads via e-mail (amsempl@ametsoc.org), AMS Merchandise catalog 1683 ASCII text file, WordPerfect 6.1 file, or MS Word 6.0 file Congressional Science Fellowship is preferred. There is a typesetting charge of $50 for ads Eyewitness: Evolution of the Atmospheric Sciences 1710 submitted in paper form. Glossary of Meteorology 1760 CLOSIN G DATES The Life Cycles of Extratropical Cyclones 1826 Ads are posted by the close of business on Friday of each Meteorology of the Southern Hemisphere, MM No. 49 1739 week. Deadline for copy is every Thursday by 5:00 P.M. Mid-Latitude Weather Systems 1870 (EST). Each posting will be displayed for a duration of 4 Severe Convective Storms, MM No. 50 1660 weeks. Snowstorms along the Northeastern Coast PAYMEN T INFORMATION of the U.S.: 1955-1985 1675 Prepayment is required by check, credit card, or valid Online Membership Directory 1885 purchase order. Weathering the Storm: Sverre Petterssen, the D-Day Forecast, and the Rise of Modern Meteorology 1782 CONTAC T INFORMATION Weatherwise 1852 For additional information please contact: Kelly S. Garvey, Manager of Marketing/Special Programs, AMS, 45 Bea- Web PTA 1759 con Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693; Phone: 617-227- 2426 ext. 215; Fax: 617-742-8718; E-mail: kgarvey@ ametsoc.org. ADVERTISING POLICY The AMS will accept tasteful and accurate advertisements for products and services of professional interest to AMS members from organizations that are actively involved in the atmospheric and related sciences. The AMS also accepts advertising from organizations that have an in- terest in the atmospheric and related sciences and ser- vices, but are not actively involved in them. These orga- nizations may promote their contributions to AMS activities and other good works, but may not directly pro- mote products or services. The AMS reserves the right to refuse advertising that does not meet these criteria. Acceptance of advertising does not constitute the Society's endorsement of the product or service being advertised. AMERICA N METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY DECEMBER 2003 BAI1S" | 1907 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS Rate s and Genera l Information Belfort Instruments c4 Campbell Scientific 166 7 The AMS Employment Announcements are available online only. The announcements may be accessed free of Distromet Ltd. 167 3 charge through the AMS Web site at http:// Earth Interactions 167 6 www.ametsoc.org/AMS. An updated listing of job op- Environmenta l Research Services 167 2 portunities is posted every Friday, with each announce- Honeywel l 166 9 ment displayed for a duration of 4 weeks. Kipp & Zonen (USA) Inc. c 2 ADVERTISIN G RATES Lockheed Martin 165 3 $220 (250 words or less) $300 (251-400 words) NOA A 188 0 $360 (more than 400 words) Raytheo n c 3 Rates are per ad and include links to company URL and/ Solar Light Co. 167 7 or e-mail address. There is a $50 flat fee for inclusion of a 166 3 Texas Electronics, Inc. logo graphic. A 10% discount is offered to all corporation members of the AMS. AM S PUBLICATIONS, PREPRINTS, ETC. AMS 2004 Summer Policy Colloquium 1740 A D MATERIALS Submission of ads via e-mail (amsempl@ametsoc.org), AMS Merchandise catalog 1683 ASCII text file, WordPerfect 6.1 file, or MS Word 6.0 file Congressional Science Fellowship is preferred. There is a typesetting charge of $50 for ads Eyewitness: Evolution of the Atmospheric Sciences 1710 submitted in paper form. Glossary of Meteorology 1760 CLOSIN G DATES The Life Cycles of Extratropical Cyclones 1826 Ads are posted by the close of business on Friday of each Meteorology of the Southern Hemisphere, MM No. 49 1739 week. Deadline for copy is every Thursday by 5:00 P.M. Mid-Latitude Weather Systems 1870 (EST). Each posting will be displayed for a duration of 4 Severe Convective Storms, MM No. 50 1660 weeks. Snowstorms along the Northeastern Coast PAYMEN T INFORMATION of the U.S.: 1955-1985 1675 Prepayment is required by check, credit card, or valid Online Membership Directory 1885 purchase order. Weathering the Storm: Sverre Petterssen, the D-Day Forecast, and the Rise of Modern Meteorology 1782 CONTAC T INFORMATION Weatherwise 1852 For additional information please contact: Kelly S. Garvey, Manager of Marketing/Special Programs, AMS, 45 Bea- Web PTA 1759 con Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693; Phone: 617-227- 2426 ext. 215; Fax: 617-742-8718; E-mail: kgarvey@ ametsoc.org. ADVERTISING POLICY The AMS will accept tasteful and accurate advertisements for products and services of professional interest to AMS members from organizations that are actively involved in the atmospheric and related sciences. The AMS also accepts advertising from organizations that have an in- terest in the atmospheric and related sciences and ser- vices, but are not actively involved in them. These orga- nizations may promote their contributions to AMS activities and other good works, but may not directly pro- mote products or services. The AMS reserves the right to refuse advertising that does not meet these criteria. Acceptance of advertising does not constitute the Society's endorsement of the product or service being advertised. AMERICA N METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY DECEMBER 2003 BAI1S" | 1907

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