- Code of Conduct. Principal investigators must review and agree to ARM’s Code of Conduct when submitting a preproposal.
- Abstract. An abstract for the field campaign, suitable for posting on the ARM website, is required before the campaign begins.
- Science Plan. Based upon the scope of your field campaign, a science plan may be required. You will be notified if one is requested. The science plan will define relationships and collaborations, including ARM instrumentation, visiting instruments, aerial measurements, aerosol science and engineering, radar science and engineering, and modeling science areas.
- Data Submission. Data collected by a principal investigator instrument with ARM support is required to be quality-assured, documented, and released to the ARM Data Center as soon as possible after collection, but no later than 6 months from the date of completion of the field campaign. See Submitting Field Campaign Data and Metadata.
- Final Report. A final report for the field campaign is required to be submitted to ARM within 6 months of campaign completion.
- Acknowledgment of ARM Support. Investigators who receive ARM support for their campaign should use the following acknowledgment:
“This research was supported by the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science user facility managed by the Biological and Environmental Research program.”