American Meteorological Association (AMS)

The American
Meteorological Society (http://www.ametsoc.org) was
founded in 1919. The society’s initial publication, the Bulletin
of the American Meteorological Society, serves as a supplement
to the Monthly Weather Review, which was initially published
by the U.S. Weather Bureau. The role of the AMS is serving the
atmospheric and related sciences. The AMS now publishes in
print and online nine well-respected scientific journals and an
abstract journal. The AMS administers two professional certification
programs, the Radio and Television Seal of Approval
and the Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM) programs,
and also offers an array of undergraduate scholarships and
graduate fellowships to support students pursuing careers in
the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences.
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