Facility News

Next Round of Deadlines for Small Campaigns Coming Up
Jul 18, 2016       
The next deadline to propose for smaller field campaigns will be August 22. Small campaigns do not require a full deployment of ARM Facility equipment, like an ARM mobile or aerial facility. They require just an instrument or two, or are in conjunction with a larger facility operation. Costing less than $25,000, these campaigns give [...]

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Small ARM Campaigns Do Big Science, and You Could Too
Jun 20, 2016       
Next round of deadlines for small campaigns coming up; five recently approved campaigns span from Ascension Island to Mount Bachelor Not every science campaign requires a full deployment of ARM Climate Research Facility equipment; important work can be done with just an instrument or two, or in conjunction with a larger operation. These projects fall under [...]

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Nature Geoscience Article: Raindrops Disperse Climate-Critical Organic Particles
May 23, 2016       
ARM site plays a role in a novel finding on rain events and airborne carbonaceous particles On March 26, 2014, a strong rainstorm swept through a region of open farmland around Lamont, Oklahoma. The next day, a scientist looking at an air sample collected during the rain event made an observation that could alter the way [...]

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Young ASR Researcher Receives White House Award
May 22, 2016       
Gijs de Boer commands an Arctic air force of unmanned miniature planes Making an appearance at the White House in early May was 36-year-old Gijs de Boer, who is both an Atmospheric System Research scientist and ARM Climate Research Facility user. He is a prolific researcher with the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science [...]

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ACME/ARM/ASR, or AAA, Workshop Report Available on DOE Website
May 10, 2016       
While the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility and Atmospheric System Research (ASR) and Earth System Modeling (ESM) programs have made considerable contributions to the understanding of the atmospheric component of Earth’s climate system and to development and evaluation of global climate model parameterizations, greater advances may follow [...]

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