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Weather, Climate, and Society: Moving Forward

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Five years ago, the American Meteorological Society took the bold step of establishing a new journal, which it called Weather, Climate, and Society. AMS has a long history of producing leading scientific journals in meteorology and related research areas. However, Weather, Climate, and Society was not intended to be a traditional AMS journal. Avowedly interdisciplinary, the journal was intended to bridge the gap between meteorology, including research in both weather and climate, and socioeconomic and policy-relevant research.

The decision to establish a new publication was not easy. It was made only after a lengthy period of

Five years ago, the American Meteorological Society took the bold step of establishing a new journal, which it called Weather, Climate, and Society. AMS has a long history of producing leading scientific journals in meteorology and related research areas. However, Weather, Climate, and Society was not intended to be a traditional AMS journal. Avowedly interdisciplinary, the journal was intended to bridge the gap between meteorology, including research in both weather and climate, and socioeconomic and policy-relevant research.

The decision to establish a new publication was not easy. It was made only after a lengthy period of

Five years ago, the American Meteorological Society took the bold step of establishing a new journal, which it called Weather, Climate, and Society. AMS has a long history of producing leading scientific journals in meteorology and related research areas. However, Weather, Climate, and Society was not intended to be a traditional AMS journal. Avowedly interdisciplinary, the journal was intended to bridge the gap between meteorology, including research in both weather and climate, and socioeconomic and policy-relevant research.

The decision to establish a new publication was not easy. It was made only after a lengthy period of

Five years ago, the American Meteorological Society took the bold step of establishing a new journal, which it called Weather, Climate, and Society. AMS has a long history of producing leading scientific journals in meteorology and related research areas. However, Weather, Climate, and Society was not intended to be a traditional AMS journal. Avowedly interdisciplinary, the journal was intended to bridge the gap between meteorology, including research in both weather and climate, and socioeconomic and policy-relevant research.

The decision to establish a new publication was not easy. It was made only after a lengthy period of

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