Committee members represent a breadth of scientific expertise including cloud physics, aerosol-cloud interactions, weather modification and cloud seeding, climate interventions, atmospheric chemistry, mountain meteorology, mesoscale and convective processes, and atmospheric physics. In addition, members represent various sectors of the scientific and weather enterprise that make up the AMS community, including academic, government, and private sectors.
Primary responsibilities of the committee members are to organize the biennial conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification, as well as to identify, represent, and provide community leadership on topics relevant to the committee's mission. This may take the form of contributing to AMS statements, website content, AMS glossary terms, and/or building connections with other STAC committees where opportunities exist for partnership and exchange of ideas.
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