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Writing an Effective Title

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The title is your first opportunity to attract an audience to your paper. A well-worded and catchy title can lure reluctant readers to take a closer look at your paper. This chapter discusses the characteristics of effective titles and provides examples of how to write accurate, concise, and attention-commanding titles.

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  • Potential Vorticity
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Schultz, D.M. (2009). Writing an Effective Title. In: Eloquent Science. American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-935704-03-4_3

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