Publications

 

Investigators who use ARM Climate Research Facility data are major contributors to atmospheric research aimed toward improvements to regional and global climate models, on average publishing 150 journal articles each year. Members of the ARM Facility prepare other documents to help guide the direction of the ARM Facility and track progress. These publications include:

  • planning documents
  • status reports
  • conference presentations.

ARM also develops outreach materials—such as brochures, program fact sheets, and campaign backgrounders—to communicate the purpose and objectives of the Facility to general audiences.

Featured Publications

2016 in Review: ARM Annual Report Available

2016 in Review: ARM Annual Report Available

Published: 25 January 2017

Publications

Now available online, the ARM Climate Research Facility Annual Report summarizes fiscal year 2016 with short stories and stunning images.

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Decadal Vision Progress Report Now Available

Decadal Vision Progress Report Now Available

Published: 18 July 2016

Publications

Jim Mather, ARM’s Technical Director, prepared a report detailing progress made toward the ARM Decadal Vision, published in 2014. This strategic progress report, now available on the ARM website, makes engaging reading for anyone interested in ARM’s evolution as the premier data-gathering organization for scientific climate research. [...]

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Recent Publications

1 December 2017

Kurtz B, F Mejia, and J Kleissl. 2017. "A virtual sky imager testbed for solar energy forecasting." Solar Energy, 158 10.1016/j.solener.2017.10.036.

1 November 2017

LaRoche K, and T LANG. 2017. "OBSERVATIONS OF ASH, ICE, AND LIGHTNING WITHIN PYROCUMULUS CLOUDS USING POLARIMETRIC NEXRAD RADARS AND THE NATIONAL LIGHTNING DETECTION NETWORK." Monthly Weather Review, 10.1175/MWR-D-17-0253.1.

Phillips T, S Klein, H Ma, Q Tang, S Xie, I Williams, J Santanello, D Cook, and M Torn. 2017. "Using ARM Observations to Evaluate Climate Model Simulations of Land-Atmosphere Coupling on the U.S. Southern Great Plains." Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, doi:10.1002/2017JD027141. ARM ARM