Program News

 
The 2022 INCITE Call for Proposals is Open

The 2022 INCITE Call for Proposals is Open

15 April 2021

Program News

The DOE INCITE program is now seeking proposals for high-impact, computationally intensive research campaigns.

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Arctic Lightning Strikes Will More than Double as Climate Warms

Arctic Lightning Strikes Will More than Double as Climate Warms

12 April 2021

Program News

New research shows that lightning strikes in the Arctic may double by the end of the century.

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Register Now for AmeriFlux Land-Atmosphere Interactions Workshop

Register Now for AmeriFlux Land-Atmosphere Interactions Workshop

10 April 2021

Program News

Registration forms, poster abstracts, and posters for this workshop on land-atmosphere interactions must be submitted by May 25.

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Apply for Fall 2021 DOE Undergraduate Internships

Apply for Fall 2021 DOE Undergraduate Internships

30 March 2021

Program News

DOE encourages applicants for the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program and the Community College Internships (CCI) program.

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Dust, Smoke, and Long-Distance Aerosols

Dust, Smoke, and Long-Distance Aerosols

29 March 2021

Program News

Yan Feng employs wide arrays of data to model the aerosols that steer clouds and climate.

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ASR Veteran Calling it a Career

ASR Veteran Calling it a Career

29 March 2021

Program News

Stephen R. Springston, an atmospheric scientist at Brookhaven National Laboratory, is set to retire. He calls the move a “phase change.”

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Allison C. Aiken: The Aerosol World’s Busy Bee

Allison C. Aiken: The Aerosol World’s Busy Bee

29 March 2021

Program News

The word “busy” has only four letters, but Los Alamos National Laboratory's Allison Aiken is vigorously occupied with a whole alphabet of tasks.

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DOE Announces Funding for Data Science and Computation Tools to Advance Climate Solutions

DOE Announces Funding for Data Science and Computation Tools to Advance Climate Solutions

24 March 2021

Program News

DOE announces funding for data science and computation tools to advance climate solutions. Letters of intent are due April 2, 2021.

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ASR-Funded Analysis Helps Scientists Rethink Origins of Snow

ASR-Funded Analysis Helps Scientists Rethink Origins of Snow

23 March 2021

Program News

Definitive, real-world evidence for ‘freezing fragmentation of drizzle as a major source of ice in slightly supercooled clouds has important implications for forecasting weather and climate.

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Deadlines Coming for AGU Fall Meeting and AMS Annual Meeting

Deadlines Coming for AGU Fall Meeting and AMS Annual Meeting

18 March 2021

Program News

The American Geophysical Union and the American Meteorological Society recently announced submission deadlines for the 2021 AGU Fall Meeting and the 2022 AMS Annual Meeting.

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