Scientists who receive ASR funding lead research studies, laboratory studies, or field campaigns. They publish approximately 150–200 peer-reviewed articles per year in journals such as the Journal of Geophysical Research, the Journal of Climate, and Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, and also serve as reviewers for journals.
Search the ASR publications database for the latest research findings of the program.
Note: If you do not have a journal subscription, please go to the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) website to search for the publication. Please keep in mind that OSTI makes final accepted manuscripts/journal articles available within 12 months of publication.
Summaries of published journal articles may also be available as Research Highlights. Visit the ASR Acronyms page for help with ASR terminology.
Prior to the start of ASR, the U.S. Department of Energy’s observation-based atmospheric research programs—Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program and Atmospheric Science Program (ASP)—had a long history of publishing.
A comprehensive list of research performed as part of the ARM Program (1990 to 2004) is available here, with nearly 1,200 peer-reviewed journal articles provided.
Publications from the ASP program have been included in the ASR publications database for historical reference and predate 2010. View them here.