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Business Ethics for Professional Meteorology: Expectations and Satisfied Customers

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  • 1 Consulting Meteorologist, Houston, Texas
  • | 2 Northrop Grumman, Redondo Beach, California
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This is the first in a series of articles encouraged by the Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists and the National Council of Industrial Meteorologists to explore the ethical issues that can be encountered conducting business in the meteorological community. The purpose is to initiate a discussion within the broader membership about how the professional guidelines section of the AMS constitution comes to life in the conduct of everyday life of professional meteorologists. Comments are welcome and should be addressed to the authors. More formal responses can also be made to the editor of BAMS.

Many professional societies and boards

This is the first in a series of articles encouraged by the Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists and the National Council of Industrial Meteorologists to explore the ethical issues that can be encountered conducting business in the meteorological community. The purpose is to initiate a discussion within the broader membership about how the professional guidelines section of the AMS constitution comes to life in the conduct of everyday life of professional meteorologists. Comments are welcome and should be addressed to the authors. More formal responses can also be made to the editor of BAMS.

Many professional societies and boards

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: Jerry D. Hill, Consulting Meteorologist, 7518 Chevy Chase, Houston, TX 77063, E-mail: Jerryd_hill@sbcglobal.net

This is the first in a series of articles encouraged by the Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists and the National Council of Industrial Meteorologists to explore the ethical issues that can be encountered conducting business in the meteorological community. The purpose is to initiate a discussion within the broader membership about how the professional guidelines section of the AMS constitution comes to life in the conduct of everyday life of professional meteorologists. Comments are welcome and should be addressed to the authors. More formal responses can also be made to the editor of BAMS.

Many professional societies and boards

This is the first in a series of articles encouraged by the Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists and the National Council of Industrial Meteorologists to explore the ethical issues that can be encountered conducting business in the meteorological community. The purpose is to initiate a discussion within the broader membership about how the professional guidelines section of the AMS constitution comes to life in the conduct of everyday life of professional meteorologists. Comments are welcome and should be addressed to the authors. More formal responses can also be made to the editor of BAMS.

Many professional societies and boards

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: Jerry D. Hill, Consulting Meteorologist, 7518 Chevy Chase, Houston, TX 77063, E-mail: Jerryd_hill@sbcglobal.net
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