READINGS

READINGS K F A IV . t i n these hectic times, it seems many have forgot- books that were announced and reviewed in the Bul- ten about one of life's simplest and yet most enjoy- letin in the past year, and w e catalogue all of the avail- Iable pleasures—reading a book. Through its Read- able AMS publications. Afte r all that, if you are still hav- ings section the Bulletin strives t o remind its readers ing trouble finding something t o read, below we give about all the worthwhile (and occasionally not-so- you "Editors' Picks"—some recommended reading worthwhile) reading tha t is available. In ou r annual book from the Bulletin's editorial board. W e hope these sug- issue this month, w e expand on this goal by spotlight- gestions might inspire you t o ask your own colleagues ing some of the past year's most distinguished books about what they're reading. After all, as Ralph Waldo in the field—Hurricane Watch, by Bob Sheets and Jack Emerson said, "If we encounter a man of rare intel- Williams; The Rainbow Bridge, by Raymond L. Lee Jr. lect, we should ask him what books he reads."— and Alistair B. 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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10.1175/1520-0477-83.5.741
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K F A IV . t i n these hectic times, it seems many have forgot- books that were announced and reviewed in the Bul- ten about one of life's simplest and yet most enjoy- letin in the past year, and w e catalogue all of the avail- Iable pleasures—reading a book. Through its Read- able AMS publications. Afte r all that, if you are still hav- ings section the Bulletin strives t o remind its readers ing trouble finding something t o read, below we give about all the worthwhile (and occasionally not-so- you "Editors' Picks"—some recommended reading worthwhile) reading tha t is available. In ou r annual book from the Bulletin's editorial board. W e hope these sug- issue this month, w e expand on this goal by spotlight- gestions might inspire you t o ask your own colleagues ing some of the past year's most distinguished books about what they're reading. After all, as Ralph Waldo in the field—Hurricane Watch, by Bob Sheets and Jack Emerson said, "If we encounter a man of rare intel- Williams; The Rainbow Bridge, by Raymond L. Lee Jr. lect, we should ask him what books he reads."— and Alistair B.

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: May 1, 2002

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