Here you will find a list of resources to help familiarize yourself with the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility.
Learn about the mission, vision, and history of ARM, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science user facility. Also contains links to facility documents, reports, management structure, and ARM Data Discovery.
View up-to-date dictionaries of ARM and atmospheric science terms. You can also find these at the bottom of each page (under Resources).
Read information materials that communicate ARM’s goals and scientific results to the general public.
Get an overview of ARM’s organizational structure and points of contact for leadership, boards, constituent groups, operations, and engineering. The operations group includes instrument mentors—scientists and engineers who calibrate and assess the status of ARM’s 450-plus instrument systems. The engineering group includes science translators, who develop value-added products from the direct output of ARM instruments. Science translators and instrument mentors also serve as liaisons between the scientific community and ARM infrastructure staff.