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== WELCOME ==
 
== WELCOME ==
  
This electronic version of the 2nd Edition of the Glossary of Meteorology is meant to be a "living document" to be periodically updated as terms in our field evolve. To that end the AMS has established a "Chief Editor" for the Glossary who is responsible for updating/revising existing terms and adding new terms. Readers who would like to suggest changes to existing terms or propose definitions to the new terms are encouraged to submit their ideas to the Editor using the links in the navigation menu.  
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This electronic version of the second edition of the ''Glossary of Meteorology'' is a living document and meant to be periodically updated as terms in our field evolve. To that end, AMS has established a Chief Editor for the Glossary who is responsible for updating/revising existing terms and adding new terms. [https://www.ametsoc.org/ams/index.cfm/publications/glossary-of-meteorology/ Learn more about the Glossary and current Editorial Board].
  
For full details of Glossary procedures, please visit the [[Help:Contents]] page.
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Readers who would like to suggest changes to existing terms or propose definitions for the new terms are encouraged to submit their ideas to the Editor using the links in the navigation menu.
  
Recommendations for correctly citing and referencing the Glossary of Meteorology are given on the [[Citation]] page.
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For full details of Glossary procedures, please see the [[Help:Contents|Glossary Help page]].
  
If you are looking for the ebook ''AMS Glossary of Weather, Climate and Ocean'' which is a textbook aimed at the K-12 level, it can be found in the AMS Bookstore (http://bookstore.ametsoc.org/).  For further information on this textbook, please contact the AMS Education Program Director at amsedu@ametsoc.org.
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For recommendations on correctly citing and referencing the ''Glossary of Meteorology'', please see the [[Citation|Glossary entry for Citation]].
  
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If you are looking for the AMS e-book ''Glossary of Weather, Climate and Ocean'', which is a textbook aimed at the K–12 level, it can be found in the [https://edubooks.ametsoc.org/Glossary AMS Education Bookstore]. For further information on this textbook, please [mailto:amsedu@ametsoc.org contact the AMS Education Program Director].
  
If you have any feedback or editing suggestions to the content in this Glossary please click [mailto:glossary@ametsoc.org here].
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If you have any feedback or editing suggestions to the content in this Glossary, please [mailto:glossary@ametsoc.org contact the Chief Editor].

Revision as of 11:16, 7 March 2018

WELCOME

This electronic version of the second edition of the Glossary of Meteorology is a living document and meant to be periodically updated as terms in our field evolve. To that end, AMS has established a Chief Editor for the Glossary who is responsible for updating/revising existing terms and adding new terms. Learn more about the Glossary and current Editorial Board.

Readers who would like to suggest changes to existing terms or propose definitions for the new terms are encouraged to submit their ideas to the Editor using the links in the navigation menu.

For full details of Glossary procedures, please see the Glossary Help page.

For recommendations on correctly citing and referencing the Glossary of Meteorology, please see the Glossary entry for Citation.

If you are looking for the AMS e-book Glossary of Weather, Climate and Ocean, which is a textbook aimed at the K–12 level, it can be found in the AMS Education Bookstore. For further information on this textbook, please contact the AMS Education Program Director.

If you have any feedback or editing suggestions to the content in this Glossary, please contact the Chief Editor.

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