The pace of data observations is increasing with two intensive operational periods at the EPCAPE campaign in La Jolla, California.
An Oklahoma researcher steers a project that will model elusive cloud processes in the Arctic’s atmospheric boundary layer.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced $12 million in new research grants for ASR program science.
CRCs will strengthen the security and resilience of critical infrastructure.
To help diversify scientific leadership, DOE recently announced $70 million in funding to support research by historically underrepresented groups.
We found that the sublimation of blowing snow produces high concentrations of fine-mode sea salt [...] Read more
Arctic mixed-phase clouds, wherein supercooled droplets and ice crystals coexist, play a crucial [...] Read more
We show, through laboratory experiments, that when dry air mixes with cloudy air, some cloud [...] Read more
Cloud condensation nuclei activity of internally mixed particle populations at a remote marine free troposphere site in the North Atlantic Ocean
Aggregation-induced enhancements in aerosol absorption and scattering across the black-brown continuum
11 December 2023 - 15 December 2023
For more than 100 years AGU has been opening science—opening pathways to discovery, opening [...] Read more
Polar Amplification of Climate Change Across Hemisphere and Seasons: Causes and Constraints Workshop
17 January 2024 - 19 January 2024
Bringing together Arctic and Antarctic scientific communities to elucidate the asymmetries in the [...] Read more
27 January 2024 - 27 January 2024
Open Science in the Department of Energy’s Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User [...] Read more