Preface; R.K. Smith. A: Moist Convection. 1. Overview of Atmospheric Convection; K.A. Emanuel. 2. Thermodynamics of Moist and Cloudy Air; R.K. Smith. 3. The Mesoscale Organization of Deep Convection; J.-L. Redelsperger. 4. Trade Cumulus: Observations and Modelling; A.K. Betts. 5. Convection in Stratocumulus-Topped Atmospheric Boundary Layers; C.S. Bretherton. 6. Discrete Dry Convective Entities: I: Review; B.R. Morton. 7. Discrete Dry Convective Entities: II: Thermals and Deflected Jets; B.R. Morton. 8. Entrainment, Detrainment and Mixing in Atmospheric Convection; C.S. Bretherton. 9. Momentum Transport by Organized Convection; M.W. Moncrieff. B: Parameterization of Moist Convection. 10. The Parameterization of Deep Convection; A.K. Betts. 11. The Arakawa-Schubert Parameterization; D.A. Randall, et al. 12. The Mass Flux Approach to the Parameterization of Deep Convection; D. Gregory. C: Implications of Convection for the Large-Scale Flow. 13. Equilibrium vs. Activation Control of Large-Scale Variations of Tropical Deep Convection; B.E. Mapes. 14. Quasi-Equilibrium; D.A. Randall, et al. 15. Boundary Layer Quasi-Equilibrium (BLQ); D.J. Raymond. 16. Mutual Adjustment of Mass Flux and Stratification Profiles; B.E. Mapes. 17. Implications of Convective Quasi-Equilibrium for the Large Scale Flow; J.D. Neelin. 18. The Problem of Convective Moistening; K.A. Emanuel. 19. Sensitivity of General Circulation Model Performance to Convective Parameterization; D. Gregory. D: Some Observational Considerations. 20. Critical Observations of Convection State of the Art and a Proposal; D.J. Raymond.