Associate Member: Pre-College Student Benefits
Complimentary subscription to Weatherwise or the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS)
Weatherwise, written for a general audience, offers a colorful and non-technical look at the latest discoveries in meteorology and climatology. You can view the latest table of contents at the Weatherwise Web site.
BAMS, the official organ of the Society, will keep you abreast of Society activities, services, and benefits. You can read weather-related articles, book reviews, and program announcements and learn about upcoming AMS sponsored or co-sponsored meetings, symposia, and workshops. The BAMS Digital Edition, and iOS App, which include the entire magazine, are available to all individual AMS members.
Complimentary monthly subscription to Physics Today
Physics Today, the flagship publication of The American Institute of Physics (AIP), is the most influential and closely followed physics magazine in the world, informing readers about science and its place in the world with authoritative features, full news coverage and analysis, and fresh perspectives on technological advances and ground-breaking research. AMS Members may choose to receive their subscription to Physics Today digitally or in print. Visit AIP to learn more about the wide range of benefits and services available to AMS members.
Society journals at greatly reduced subscription rates
Access the latest reports of scientific research and developments as published in the AMS's peer-reviewed journals available in print and online!
Deep discounts on new and classic titles in the collection of AMS Books, where AMS members always receive FREE domestic ground shipping!
Choose from over 50 titles and books in print, including general interest weather books, histories, biographies, and monographs -- plus much more.
A subscription to AMS News You Can Use
AMS News You Can Use is a members-only, electronic newsletter that highlights topics in meteorology and the related sciences from sources around the world. News You Can Use is your weekly glimpse into how AMS and the sciences are being portrayed in the mainstream media.