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Methods and Approaches to Writing for the Atmospheric Sciences

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Case studies, climatologies, model experiments, and forecasting methods are common types of research projects in atmospheric science. Each one, though, has its own set of informal rules that governs the design and execution of the research and determines whether the work is publishable. This chapter exposes some of these previously unpublished informal rules, providing guidelines for various types of research projects.

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Schultz, D.M. (2009). Methods and Approaches to Writing for the Atmospheric Sciences. In: Eloquent Science. American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-935704-03-4_18

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