Over 4,000 scientists, educators, students, and other professionals from across the weather, water, and climate community gathered in Austin, Texas from 7–11 January, 2018 to share, learn, and collaborate.
 

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"Transforming Communication in the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise"

Communication is a dynamic, powerful, and essential part of the weather, climate, and water enterprise. Successful communication requires active engagement – not only thinking about what, when, where, how, why, and to whom we speak but also carefully listening to better understand and respond appropriately.

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By The Numbers

419 Sessions

2,181 Oral Presentations

1,226 Poster Presentations

21,900 Sq Ft of Exhibits

Posts from the Front Page Blog

10 January 2018
Revisiting the Hurricane Town Hall Meeting
The all-star panel comprising Monday’s special Town Hall Meeting on the 2017 hurricane season provided a riveting discussion of the science, communication, and impacts of Harvey, Irma, and Maria, highlighted by Ada Monzón’s emotional talk about the devastating effects Maria has had on Puerto Rico. The session created a buzz among #AMS2018 attendees. Incredible, heartfelt presentation […]
8 January 2018
Writing and the Collaborative Process
A good writer inevitably is also a good listener, always mining every conversation and interaction for the next gem that could be used in their work. Authors of AMS books are no exception, and this week in Austin you could be the person to provide one of them with a new idea or angle. A collection of […]
7 January 2018
Time Machines, Horse Ploppies…Richard Alley Will Do the Talking Today
From his book and PBS-TV series, “Earth: The Operator’s Manual,” to his renowned lectures at Penn State, Dr. Richard Alley is known for his humorous descriptions about serious science. Today he is the featured speaker as the 98th Annual AMS Annual Meeting begins in Austin, Texas.   At the 18th AMS Presidential Forum  (4 pm, Ballroom D) Dr. Alley will use his […]

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