Facility News

Collaborators from the United States and Brazil Gather in D.C. to Discuss GOAMAZON
Nov 20, 2014       
Last month, researchers from the United States and Brazil came together at a symposium to present findings from their studies on the Amazon. The meeting, “FAPESP-U.S. Collaborative Research on the Amazon,” was organized by the São Paulo Research Foundation Fundação de Apoio à Pesquisa do Estado do São Paulo (FAPESP) in partnership with the U.S. Department [...]

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Under the Radar—This Time in Retirement
Nov 05, 2014       
After 30 years with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, including the last two decades as leader of ARM’s radar engineering group, Kevin Widener retired this summer. Widener’s hard work and dedication to developing ARM’s one-of-a-kind cloud radar network were instrumental to the success and growth of the ARM Facility, which now boasts nearly three dozen radars. [...]

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Megasites Accept Mega Challenge: New Directions Take Formation in First Workshop
Nov 04, 2014       
With the growing interest in high-resolution model simulations, the Department of Energy Climate Environmental Sciences Division is hosting a series of workshops to focus on key scientific needs, gaps, and priorities in process model understanding and climate model prediction through the strategic deployment and operation of routine high-resolution modeling at the future "megasites" at the North Slope of Alaska (NSA) and Southern Great Plains (SGP) for the ARM Climate Research Facility.

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ARM Scientists Lead Radar Courses at ERAD2014
Oct 21, 2014       
In September, radar engineers and science colleagues gathered in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, for the 8th European Conference on Radar in Meteorology and Hydrology. Leading ARM radar experts and data users shared their advances during two short-course workshops. A third short course was coordinated by Atmospheric System Research (ASR) colleagues on “Applications of Dual-Polarization Weather Radars.” Open-Source Radar [...]

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Allison Aiken Receives ‘Most Influential Scientific Minds’ Award
Sep 11, 2014       
This summer, ARM Mobile Aerosol Observing System (MAOS) operations lead Allison Aiken was named to Thomson Reuters 2014 list of "The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds." Aiken is currently supporting the MAOS for the mobile facility deployment in Brazil.

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