Conference documents include abstracts published in ARM Science Team Meeting Proceedings and papers or presentations published in other conference publications.
ARM Science Team Meeting Proceedings
The ARM Program held an annual Science Team meeting from 1991 to 2009. ARM Science Team members, members of the infrastructure, and selected individuals outside the ARM Program were invited to attend the meeting and present posters and formal presentations to share research results available. These results were then shared here. In fiscal year 2010, the ARM science program merged with the Atmospheric Science Program to become Atmospheric System Research. Science team proceedings are now available on their ASR publications website.
List of Annual Meetings
- 2009 : March 30 to April 4 : Louisville, Kentucky
- 2008 : March 10 to 14 : Norfolk, Virginia
- 2007 : March 26 to 30 : Monterey, California
- 2006 : March 27 to 31 : Albuquerque, New Mexico
- 2005 : March 14 to 18 : Daytona Beach, Florida
- 2004 : March 22 to 26 : Albuquerque, New Mexico
- 2003 : March 31 to April 4 : Broomfield, Colorado
- 2002 : April 8 to 12 : St. Petersburg, Florida
- 2001 : March 19 to 23 : Atlanta, Georgia
- 2000 : March 13 to 17 : San Antonio, Texas
- 1999 : March 22 to 26 : San Antonio, Texas
- 1998 : March 23 to 27 : Tucson, Arizona
- 1997 : March 3 to 7 : San Antonio, Texas
- 1996 : March 3 to 7 : San Antonio, Texas
- 1995 : March 20 to 23 : San Diego, California
- 1994 : February 28 to March 3 : Charleston, South Carolina
- 1993 : March 1 to 4 : Norman, Oklahoma
- 1992 : October 26 to 30 : Denver, Colorado
In addition to the Science Team meeting, ARM staff attend and are invited to present at other scientific meetings and conferences throughout the year. Papers and presentations for those meetings are also published when submitted.
Other Conference Papers
The ARM Climate Research Facility should be properly acknowledged in your conference publications (e.g., American Meteorological Society [AMS], American Geophysical Union [AGU]). Please send a copy of your paper or presentation to the ARM Technical Director's office.