Program News

 
Experts Advise on Clouds and Precipitation

Experts Advise on Clouds and Precipitation

20 May 2020

Program News

Ann Fridlind a NASA modeler, guides an advisory group on two components of Earth’s water and energy cycles.

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2020 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting Update

2020 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting Update

11 May 2020

Program News

2020 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting Update: Get key information for the annual joint meeting.

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Pursuing Particle Chemistry

Pursuing Particle Chemistry

27 April 2020

Program News

Purdue University atmospheric chemist Alexander Laskin puzzles out the dynamism of atmospheric aerosols and their ever-changing chemical transformations.

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2020 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting Will Move Online

2020 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting Will Move Online

20 April 2020

Program News

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the Joint ARM User Facility/ASR Principal Investigators Meeting will be a remote event this year.

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DOE Funding Opportunities Available in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

DOE Funding Opportunities Available in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

10 April 2020

Program News

Learn about a new Funding Opportunity Announcements/Laboratory Announcements from the Advanced Scientific Computing Research program.

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COVID-19 Message From Our DOE Sponsor

COVID-19 Message From Our DOE Sponsor

3 April 2020

From the Program Manager, Program News

Read this 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.

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Neil Lareau: Whirlwind Researcher of Cloud Updrafts

Neil Lareau: Whirlwind Researcher of Cloud Updrafts

30 March 2020

Program News

A Whirlwind Researcher of Cloud Updrafts: Neil Lareau journeys from oil painting to studying cold-air pools, wildfires, and how pulses of surface air help make clouds.

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Stephen Springston: Master of Aerosols

Stephen Springston: Master of Aerosols

30 March 2020

Program News

For decades, Stephen Springston has grappled with consequential tiny particles in the atmosphere. “Aerosols affect the climate in a variety of complex ways that we are still trying to understand and model,” he says.

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Fresh Food and Faces in the Distant Arctic Ocean

Fresh Food and Faces in the Distant Arctic Ocean

4 March 2020

Program News

See how ice presented a momentary roadblock to the start of Leg 3 of the Multidisciplinary Drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) expedition.

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The Puzzle of Low Clouds

The Puzzle of Low Clouds

25 February 2020

Program News

One researcher’s early fascination for computers and severe weather led to confronting the uncertainties of modeling shallow clouds.

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