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Recommendations for citing and referencing the Glossary of Meteorology
 
Recommendations for citing and referencing the Glossary of Meteorology
  
If cited within the body of the manuscript, the citation should read:
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In-text citations are as follows:
  
American Meteorological Society (yyyy)  
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American Meteorological Society (yyyy)
 
The acronym AMS could be used if already defined within the paper; the year (yyyy) is the current year cited when the paper was accepted for publication.
 
  
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The acronym AMS may be used if already defined within the paper; the year (yyyy) is the year when the paper was accepted for publication.
  
In the reference section:
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References are as follows:
  
American Meteorological Society, cited yyyy: "Term". Glossary of Meteorology. [Available online at http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/”term”]
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American Meteorological Society, yyyy: "Term". Glossary of Meteorology, http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/”term”.
 
 
Where “term” is the actual term referenced. Again the year (yyyy) is the current year cited when the paper was accepted for publication.
 
  
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Here “term” is the actual term referenced. Again, the year (yyyy) is the year when the paper was accepted for publication.
  
 
Example for the term "climatology":
 
Example for the term "climatology":
  
American Meteorological Society, cited 2015: Climatology. Glossary of Meteorology. [Available online at http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/climatology.]
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American Meteorological Society, 2020: Climatology. Glossary of Meteorology, http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/climatology.

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Citation

Recommendations for citing and referencing the Glossary of Meteorology

In-text citations are as follows:

American Meteorological Society (yyyy)

The acronym AMS may be used if already defined within the paper; the year (yyyy) is the year when the paper was accepted for publication.

References are as follows:

American Meteorological Society, yyyy: "Term". Glossary of Meteorology, http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/”term”.

Here “term” is the actual term referenced. Again, the year (yyyy) is the year when the paper was accepted for publication.

Example for the term "climatology":

American Meteorological Society, 2020: Climatology. Glossary of Meteorology, http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/climatology.