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As my colleague and Monthly Weather Review Chief Editor David Schultz puts it in a recent editorial, “We write our journal articles primarily for other researchers in atmospheric science. These articles have received increasing exposure and attention through the media and social media, particularly with a greater proportion of studies being freely available upon publication due to open access. Thus, the general public, as well as scientists in other disciplines, are increasingly coming into contact with our peculiar means and style of communication” (Schultz et al. 2020). The same applies for the hydrology and hydrometeorological community.

As my colleague and Monthly Weather Review Chief Editor David Schultz puts it in a recent editorial, “We write our journal articles primarily for other researchers in atmospheric science. These articles have received increasing exposure and attention through the media and social media, particularly with a greater proportion of studies being freely available upon publication due to open access. Thus, the general public, as well as scientists in other disciplines, are increasingly coming into contact with our peculiar means and style of communication” (Schultz et al. 2020). The same applies for the hydrology and hydrometeorological community.

© 2020 American Meteorological Society. For information regarding reuse of this content and general copyright information, consult the AMS Copyright Policy (www.ametsoc.org/PUBSReuseLicenses).

As my colleague and Monthly Weather Review Chief Editor David Schultz puts it in a recent editorial, “We write our journal articles primarily for other researchers in atmospheric science. These articles have received increasing exposure and attention through the media and social media, particularly with a greater proportion of studies being freely available upon publication due to open access. Thus, the general public, as well as scientists in other disciplines, are increasingly coming into contact with our peculiar means and style of communication” (Schultz et al. 2020). The same applies for the hydrology and hydrometeorological community.

As my colleague and Monthly Weather Review Chief Editor David Schultz puts it in a recent editorial, “We write our journal articles primarily for other researchers in atmospheric science. These articles have received increasing exposure and attention through the media and social media, particularly with a greater proportion of studies being freely available upon publication due to open access. Thus, the general public, as well as scientists in other disciplines, are increasingly coming into contact with our peculiar means and style of communication” (Schultz et al. 2020). The same applies for the hydrology and hydrometeorological community.

© 2020 American Meteorological Society. For information regarding reuse of this content and general copyright information, consult the AMS Copyright Policy (www.ametsoc.org/PUBSReuseLicenses).

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