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American Meteorological Society, yyyy: "Term". Glossary of Meteorology, http://glossary.ametsoc.org/wiki/”[insert term]”.
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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.
 
Here “term” is the actual term referenced. Again, the year (yyyy) is the year when the paper was accepted for publication.

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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.