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Chasing Aerosols and Atmospheric Rivers
Over the next six weeks during the ARM Cloud Aerosol Precipitation Experiment, DOE's second ARM mobile facility and ARM Aerial Facility will be collecting data to improve computer models that predict extreme events in a changing climate. Researchers are hoping to find more answers to atmospheric rivers—a phenomenon only identified by scientists in the last 15 years—and aerosol-precipitation interactions. Read More

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Atmospheric Radiation Measurement
(ARM) Climate Research Facility
A U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science user facility, providing data from strategically located in situ and remote sensing observatories around the world.

Upcoming Meetings
ARM/ASR Joint User Facility and Principal Investigator Meeting
Tysons, United States, Mar 16-Mar 20. The next meeting for ASR scientists and ARM Facility users will be 16-20 March 2015 (Read more)
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