Publications

 

Investigators who use Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user 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 ARM prepare other documents to help guide the direction of ARM 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 ARM to general audiences.

Note: If you do not have a journal subscription, please go to the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) website to search for the publication. Please keep in mind that OSTI makes final accepted manuscripts/journal articles available within 12 months of publication.

Featured Publications

New ARM Aerosol Operations Plan Available

New ARM Aerosol Operations Plan Available

Published: 24 October 2023

Facility News, Publications

This document shares ARM’s plans and priorities for aerosol measurements in fiscal year 2024 to address user needs.

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2022 ARM Annual Report Out Now

2022 ARM Annual Report Out Now

Published: 27 January 2023

Facility News, Publications

Download the Fiscal Year 2022 ARM Annual Report, which provides a look at field campaigns conducted during the year, user research results, and ARM staff achievements. In addition, readers will learn about ARM’s 30 years of data.

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New Translator Plan Sets Out Strategy for Next 3 Years

New Translator Plan Sets Out Strategy for Next 3 Years

Published: 16 November 2022

Facility News, Publications

ARM’s translator group, which plays a crucial role in making ARM data more useful to the scientific community, has released a comprehensive new plan for fiscal years 2023 through 2025.

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Focusing on Artificial Intelligence in Atmospheric Science

Focusing on Artificial Intelligence in Atmospheric Science

Published: 10 November 2022

Facility News, Publications

A new U.S. Department of Energy workshop report details how artificial intelligence can enhance earth system predictability from field and lab research to modeling and analysis.

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Recent Publications