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
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 2001
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