The Voice of AMS Heard on Capitol Hill

The Voice of AMS Heard on Capitol Hill from headquarters With a new administration and Congress in Wash- ministration and those on Capitol Hill. They are cur- ington, and with ever greater needs in weather and cli- rently available on the web but will also be published mate research and services, AMS has stepped up its in full in the May issue of the Bulletin. efforts to help educate and work with policy makers On behalf of the more than 35 organizations in the in Washington to make the Society a more effective Natural Hazards Caucus Work Group, which works voice for atmospheric and related sciences and ser- with the Congressional Natural Hazards Caucus, vices—as well as the sciences in general. We want to AMS, in conjunction with UCAR, has produced "A let you know what we are doing. National Priority: Building Resilience to Natural Haz- A few years ago AMS commissioned a survey of ards." This full-color transition document outlines dan- members to determine their priorities. A number of gers the nation faces from natural hazards and offers needs were identified, but the greatest number of over- nine steps the federal government might take to all responses was in support of increased efforts to buil d http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

The Voice of AMS Heard on Capitol Hill

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477(2001)082<0709:FHTVOA>2.3.CO;2
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from headquarters With a new administration and Congress in Wash- ministration and those on Capitol Hill. They are cur- ington, and with ever greater needs in weather and cli- rently available on the web but will also be published mate research and services, AMS has stepped up its in full in the May issue of the Bulletin. efforts to help educate and work with policy makers On behalf of the more than 35 organizations in the in Washington to make the Society a more effective Natural Hazards Caucus Work Group, which works voice for atmospheric and related sciences and ser- with the Congressional Natural Hazards Caucus, vices—as well as the sciences in general. We want to AMS, in conjunction with UCAR, has produced "A let you know what we are doing. National Priority: Building Resilience to Natural Haz- A few years ago AMS commissioned a survey of ards." This full-color transition document outlines dan- members to determine their priorities. A number of gers the nation faces from natural hazards and offers needs were identified, but the greatest number of over- nine steps the federal government might take to all responses was in support of increased efforts to buil d

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Published: Apr 1, 2001

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