ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN and Publications

CMOS publishes an internationally recognized scientific journal, and a bulletin.  It also offers other publications such as books, annual reports and abstracts of presentations at annual congresses.

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Dr. Richard Asselin
Director of Publications
Tel.: 613-991-0151
email: pubs@cmos.ca
 

About the Publications of the Society

ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN and Atmosphere

ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN is now published and sold by Taylor & Francis. CMOS is responsible for all aspects of the editorial process, including peer review. Please find all relevant details, including information for authors and subscribers under the tabs on the journal site.

Go to: a chronological index of all the papers published in ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN, originally by CMOS and currently by Taylor & Francis. The Volume and Issue of papers of interest can be searched by author or title through the Search function of the pdf document.

Go to: a chronological index of all the papers published in Atmosphere, originally by CMOS and currently by Taylor & Francis.  The Volume and Issue of papers of interest can be searched by author or title through the Search function of the pdf document.

To access the abstract, citations, references and full text of any article, please go to Taylor and Francis and select the Volume and Issue in question. Articles older than 3 years are Open Access. More recent articles can be bought individually.
View the new flyer about ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN from Taylor & Francis (pdf document)

Members: Please note that Online Access is free for CMOS members, after login to the Members Services site. CMOS members also benefit from a reduced fee for a Print subscription: please contact us. Non-members and Institutions, please consult the Taylor & Francis Publications catalog.

Authors and Reviewers

Advisory Committee for Atmosphere-Ocean (ACAO)
 

CMOS Bulletin SCMO

The CMOS Bulletin SCMO is issued bi-monthly.  It contains a variety of technical articles on meteorology and oceanography, articles on climatology, and on meteorological and oceanographic history.  It also features papers dealing with operational or experimental programs.  The Bulletin is used for informing members and reporting to them on conferences, symposia and other events in and outside of Canada, as well as to advertise positions available. It is available electronically to members and subscribers at Bulletin on-line (requires log-in).  The Index for the 1999-2013 Bulletin is published here in  pdf  format.  The Bulletin seeks contributors who may wish to send articles, project development reports, workshop reports, letters etc.,  to the editor: 

Paul-André Bolduc 
Editor, CMOS Bulletin SCMO 
P. O. Box 3211 
Station D 
Ottawa, ON, K1P 6H7 
Canada 
bulletin@cmos.ca

The subscription rates for the CMOS Bulletin SCMO are: 
Members: free 
Non-Members (Canada): institutions:  $100.00; individuals:  $80.00
Rates differ for other countries to account for air-mail delivery. 

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Annual Review

The Annual Review is a publication prepared by the Society in advance of the Annual Congress.  It contains summaries of the year's activities by the president, officers of the Society, committees and centres.  The audited financial statement is also reproduced, as well as the report of the Nominating and of the CMOS Prizes and Awards Committees. 

This publication is made available without charge electronically to members only and can be found at this link (log-in required and then click on the CMOS Bulletin tab).  Printed copies are mailed automatically to all members without a working e-mail address and will be mailed to any member upon request. 

CMOS Annual Reviews - Open Access (as of December 2013)

Congress Program and Abstracts

The Congress Program is issued to participants by the Local Arrangements Committee responsible for organizing a CMOS Annual Congress. It serves as a guide and timetable to the Congress sessions. The Abstracts of the presentations for several of the congresses are available free of charge; a search function is available from the same link.

Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling: The André J. Robert Memorial Volume

Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling is a special publication of more than 600 pages containing 27 refereed papers by leading scientists on the art and science of numerical modelling.  Very useful as a reference for practicing scientists and students in the field. Please follow the above link to access abstracts and full copies of these papers.

Publications of the Canadian Branch of the Royal Meteorological Society (RMS)

The Canadian Branch of the Royal Meteorological Society was established in 1939, the centennary of the establishment of the Toronto Observatory, and it grew rapidly.  In 1946, the Meteorological Service of  Canada established a Research and Training Branch and, in 1950, the Canadian Branch of the Royal Meteorological Society initiated a publication series for scientific papers.

From 1950 to 1959, the Canadian Branch of the Royal Meteorological Society published articles and papers on Canadian meteorological topics.  These journals were the forerunners of Atmosphere which was published by the Canadian Branch of the RMS, starting in 1963, and continued after 1967 by the new Canadian Meteorological Society.  These journals also include the proceedings of three "National Meetings" of the Canadian Branch which were held in 1956 and 1957.


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Climatological Bulletin

The Climatological Bulletin was initially published by the Department of Geography of McGill University, Montreal.  In 1983, it became a publication of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. Publication stopped in 1993.

The index includes only the scientific and other substantial articles.

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Chinook

Chinook was a Canadian magazine for those interested in meteorology, published between 1978 and 1989. It included a mix of feature articles, book reviews and news items, incluant quelques articles en français. including many articles in French. Many of these articles stand the test of time, or are of special historical interest.

It was originally founded by Michael J. Newark of Weather Enterprises who published and edited it until Vol. 6 No. 1, 1984, at which time CMOS took ownership of the publication. CMOS is the copyright holder of Chinook. The format changed over the years.

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