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.
Access the latest reports of scientific research and developments as published in the AMS's peer-reviewed journals available in print and online!
AMS members can purchase a personal subscription AND an unlimited number of gift subscriptions to Weatherwise magazine at nearly a 50% discount! Each six-issue subscription to Weatherwise offers a colorful and non-technical look at the latest discoveries in meteorology and climatology. Contact Member Services for details.
Choose from over 50 titles and books in print, including general interest weather books, histories, biographies, and monographs -- plus much more.
Accelerate your professional development by presenting papers, sharing ideas, and networking with professionals at the AMS Annual Meeting and Student Conference and other AMS sponsored events.
Get a leg up on the (non-member) competition! Use our Career Center to create an online resume, view available jobs, and manage your career search online. Our database of resumes lists AMS members first and only AMS members have exclusive viewing rights to the newest job postings!
Stay current on emerging research and expand technical knowledge by participating in short courses and workshops.
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.
Membership discounts with peer organizations, including the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS), the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS), and the Indian Meteorological Society (IMS).