Research published utilizing funding from DOE’s Atmospheric System Research (ASR) program should include proper acknowledgments of the funding source.
The following acknowledgments are examples for your use:
Investigators from DOE Laboratories
“This work was supported [primarily; in part] by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Atmospheric System Research, an Office of Science Biological and Environmental Research program; [insert Lab] is operated for the DOE by [insert company name] under contract [insert contract number].”
Investigators not from DOE Laboratories
This research was supported [primarily; in part] by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Atmospheric System Research, an Office of Science Biological and Environmental Research program, under [insert Grant No. DE-SC00XXXXX].
Acknowledging ARM Collaborations
Publications resulting from collaborative efforts in which DOE’s Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) data or facilities were used are requested to also appropriately acknowledge the cooperation or collaboration using the following guidance.
“Data were obtained from the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science user facility managed by the Office of Biological and Environmental Research.”
Authors should also properly acknowledge any data provided by principal investigators or data originating from other cooperating or collaborating programs. In addition, ASR suggests offering co-authorship to an ARM instrument mentor, data translator, or other ARM staff if they contributed substantially to the research or measurement beyond routinely providing data. Information on contacting instrument mentors and data translators about specific datastreams or data products should also be included.
Digital object identifiers, or DOI numbers, may also be used to reference data in publications. See the DOI Guidance for Datastreams for more information on citing ARM data.