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Weather Organizations

American Meteorologigal Society American Meteorological Society
The American Meteorological Society promotes the development and dissemination of information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences and the advancement of their professional applications. Founded in 1919, the AMS has a membership of more than 14,000 professionals, students, and weather enthusiasts. The AMS publishes eleven atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic journals — in print and online — sponsors more than 12 conferences annually, and offers numerous programs and services.  Among many other resources, this site contains a directory of Certified Consulting Meteorologists , Employment Announcements , and a listing of the Colleges and Universities in the United States and Canada with curricula in the atmospheric, oceanic, hydrologic, and related sciences.

National Weather AssociationNational Weather Association   Organized in 1975, the National Weather Association (NWA) is a member-led, all inclusive, 501(c)6 non-profit, professional association aimed towards connecting operational meteorologists in pursuit of excellence in weather forecasting, communication and service. The website has information about careers in weather, as well as publication and scholarship information.

American Association of State ClimatologistsAmerican Association of State Climatologists    The AASC is a professional scientific organization comprised of state climatologists (one per state), directors of the six Regional Climate Centers and associate members who are persons interested in the goals and activities of the Association. To visit a State Climatology Office, visit the AASC website.

Weatherwise MagazineWeatherwise Magazine    Weatherwise features fascinating articles and spectacular color photographs that showcase the power, beauty, and excitement of weather. Weatherwise articles present the latest discoveries and hottest issues in meteorology and climatology and focus on the relation of weather to technology, history, culture, art, and society.

 

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