Looking Back at 2000 and Ahead for this Year by Ronald McPherson, Executive Director

Looking Back at 2000 and Ahead for this Year by Ronald McPherson, Executive Director from headquarters Looking Back at 2000 and Ahead for this Year by Ronald McPherson, Executive Director In the May 2000 issue of the Bulletin, I outlined 10 • OnLine Weather Studies continues a very successful new initiatives to be implemented by the AMS dur- run; as of this writing, 63 institutions now subscribe. ing 2000.1 am pleased to report that some were com- • Renovation of the Carriage House at 45 Beacon pleted and some are ongoing, but significant progress Street began in December. A plan for the renova- was made in all 10 areas. Some highlights: tion of the main building was developed by an Ad Hoc Facilities Committee. • A business plan for the restructuring of the Bulle- • The new AMS 21 st Century Campaign to fund pro- tin was approved by the Council in September 2000, grams of the 10-Year Vision Study began at the 81 st and we are proceeding to implement it. Annual Meeting. • Great progress was made in reducing the backlog • The AMS and UCAR took the lead in producing a of manuscripts in AMS publications; by the end of document on natural disaster vulnerability, which the year, we had http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Looking Back at 2000 and Ahead for this Year by Ronald McPherson, Executive Director

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477(2001)082<0322:LBAAAF>2.3.CO;2
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from headquarters Looking Back at 2000 and Ahead for this Year by Ronald McPherson, Executive Director In the May 2000 issue of the Bulletin, I outlined 10 • OnLine Weather Studies continues a very successful new initiatives to be implemented by the AMS dur- run; as of this writing, 63 institutions now subscribe. ing 2000.1 am pleased to report that some were com- • Renovation of the Carriage House at 45 Beacon pleted and some are ongoing, but significant progress Street began in December. A plan for the renova- was made in all 10 areas. Some highlights: tion of the main building was developed by an Ad Hoc Facilities Committee. • A business plan for the restructuring of the Bulle- • The new AMS 21 st Century Campaign to fund pro- tin was approved by the Council in September 2000, grams of the 10-Year Vision Study began at the 81 st and we are proceeding to implement it. Annual Meeting. • Great progress was made in reducing the backlog • The AMS and UCAR took the lead in producing a of manuscripts in AMS publications; by the end of document on natural disaster vulnerability, which the year, we had

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Published: Feb 1, 2001

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