ARM Science Board
The objective of the ARM Science Board is to promote the Nation's scientific enterprise by ensuring that the best quality science is conducted at the U.S. Department of Energy user facility known as the ARM Climate Research Facility.
Comprised of highly respected ARM-supported scientists and the external climate research community, the function of the science board is to review proposals for use of the Facility. These proposals may be submitted by anyone in the scientific research community, without regard to nationality or institutional affiliation. The Board will coordinate with the ARM Infrastructure Management Board to assess the availability and resource requirements of the proposed facility usage.
To assist the scientific investigators with their proposals for funding from their prospective funding agencies, the science board will consider facility usage proposals in a timely manner. The Board may set up specialty teams to address particular issues under its mandate, e.g., logistics associated with use of the ARM Mobile Facility.
An eleven-member Facility Board has been selected to serve as an independent review body for the ARM Facility and ensure it is used to conduct the highest quality science. ARM Science Liaison Laurel Chapman organizes the activities of the ARM Science Board. DOE Program Manager Sally McFarlane directs the ARM budgeting, planning, coordination, and management of activities within the ARM structure. The Charter for the Science board is available online.
- Dr. Larry Carey, University of Alabama
- Dr. Christine Chiu, University of Reading
- Dr. James Crawford, NASA Langley Research Center
- Dr. Anthony Del Genio, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
- Dr. Scott Denning, Colorado State University
- Dr. Bart Geerts, University of Wyoming
- Dr. Gannet Hallar, Desert Research Institute
- Dr. Luiz Machado, National Institute for Space Research
- Dr. Vernon Morris, Howard University
- Dr. Roel Neggers, University of Cologne
- Dr. Lynn Russell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography