With the new year, we want to extend our heartfelt appreciation to you and congratulate you on all your accomplishments in a year filled with extraordinary challenges. You met those challenges, persevered, and continued to make new discoveries in atmospheric science.
We read the evidence in the quality of your publications and see it in your presentations. We also see it in your expanding collaborations. And we heard it first-hand during the 2020 Joint ARM User Facility/ASR Principal Investigators Meeting, the 2020 AGU Fall Meeting, and the 2021 AMS Annual Meeting.
Looking ahead, these challenges are still with us, but we will meet them with science, hard work, and newfound hope. Please remember that we are in your corner. Reach out to us. As we’ve said before in this column, we want you to be comfortable discussing the challenges you face; we’ll work together to find solutions.
– Shaima Nasiri and Jeff Stehr, ASR Program Managers# # #
This work was supported by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science, through the Biological and Environmental Research program as part of the Atmospheric System Research program.