COVID-19 Update for April 3: Read this important message from Gary Geernaert, Director of the Climate and Environmental Sciences Division within the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Biological and Environmental Research.
Neil Lareau journeys from oil painting to studying cold-air pools, wildfires, and how pulses of surface air help make clouds.
“We’re trying to get a fundamental, process-level understanding of what goes into the atmosphere.”
One researcher’s early fascination for computers and severe weather led to confronting the uncertainties of modeling shallow clouds.
Adam Theisen leads ARM into a new era of data gathering and checks in with ASR along the way.
DOE's SCGSR program is accepting applications for the 2020 Solicitation 1. The deadline is 5:00 pm Eastern Time on Wednesday, May 6, 2020.
Atmospheric aerosols serve as ice nucleating particles under wide temperature and humidity [...] Read more
Loess particles, silt-sized terrestrial sediment formed by the accumulation of wind-blown dust, [...] Read more
Shallow clouds occur over many areas of the world and are an important component of [...] Read more
Cloud, Aerosol, and Complex Terrain Interactions (CACTI) ARM Mobile Facility (AMF) Measurements of Ice Nucleating Particles Field Campaign Report
16 Jun 2020 - 19 Jun 2020
The goal of this workshop is to discuss and share the latest improvements of atmospheric [...] Read more