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Eclipse, Rain Contribute to Memorable Field Campaign at Southern Great Plains

Eclipse, Rain Contribute to Memorable Field Campaign at Southern Great Plains

Published: 19 November 2017

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During the Land-Atmosphere Feedback Experiment at the Southern Great Plains, researchers gained some distinctive insights about land-boundary layer interactions.

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How to Write a Proposal They Can’t Refuse

How to Write a Proposal They Can’t Refuse

Published: 17 November 2017

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What makes a proposal successful? Several principal investigators and members of ARM’s User Executive Committee shared their advice.

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For the Best Aerosol Data, ARM Embraces Harmony

For the Best Aerosol Data, ARM Embraces Harmony

Published: 17 September 2017

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A project underway will harmonize aerosol observing systems by reconciling processing steps in the data Harmony is a state of accord and cooperation. That state of being is also necessary for the aerosol observing systems (AOS) operated by the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Facility, [...]

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MARCUS Means a Rolling, Rich Science Look at the Southern Ocean

MARCUS Means a Rolling, Rich Science Look at the Southern Ocean

Published: 20 August 2017

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DOE-funded campaign gathers the most complete set of data on aerosol and cloud properties from shipboard instruments over the stormy Southern Ocean.

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ARM’s Southern Great Plains Observatory Hosts Unmanned Aerial Systems

ARM’s Southern Great Plains Observatory Hosts Unmanned Aerial Systems

Published: 20 August 2017

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CLOUD-MAP Campaign Demonstrates the Future of Atmospheric Data Collection In July, a dozen unmanned aerial systems (UASs) took to the air at ARM’s Southern Great Plains atmospheric observatory in Oklahoma for the second year of the four-year CLOUD-MAP campaign. Biggest UAS Effort So [...]

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With ARM Instruments Watching, an Extensive Summer Melt in West Antarctica

With ARM Instruments Watching, an Extensive Summer Melt in West Antarctica

Published: 15 July 2017

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Research that appears in the June 15 issue of Nature Communications used ARM data from the AWARE campaign to help document the event.

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Discover 20 Years of ARM Arctic Data

Discover 20 Years of ARM Arctic Data

Published: 15 July 2017

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ARM’s Barrow Observatory Reaches Milestone This year, ARM’s Barrow, Alaska, atmospheric observatory celebrates its twentieth year of continuous operation, marking another important milestone in ARM’s 25-year history of collecting data. The Barrow site began continuous operations [...]

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Field Campaign’s Unique Surface Views Could Provide New Clues about Land-Atmosphere Interactions

Field Campaign’s Unique Surface Views Could Provide New Clues about Land-Atmosphere Interactions

Published: 15 July 2017

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In August, when the month-long Land-Atmosphere Feedback Experiment (LAFE) kicks off at the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Facility’s Southern Great Plains (SGP) megasite, researchers will get a unique look at how the atmospheric boundary layer responds to what is directly below [...]

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At Age 25, Southern Great Plains Has Gathered Critical Data

At Age 25, Southern Great Plains Has Gathered Critical Data

Published: 19 June 2017

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Discover why ARM has the word “radiation” in its name in the second story in a series on ARM’s 25th anniversary of collecting data.

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Thanks to an Air Campaign, a New View of Tropical Forest Emissions

Thanks to an Air Campaign, a New View of Tropical Forest Emissions

Published: 23 May 2017

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In a recent Nature Communications paper, GoAmazon data were used to report some startling conclusions about isoprene.

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