Scientists from the ARM Program have merged with the Atmospheric Science Program (ASP) to form a new U.S. Department of Energy climate research program—Atmospheric System Research. The first meeting of ASR will be held March 15-19, 2010, in Bethesda, Maryland. For more information, see the meeting website.
2009 - Louisville, Kentucky
Held March 30 to April 3, 2009, at the Galt House in Louisville, Kentucky, the nineteenth Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Program Science Team Meeting brought together ARM science researchers, ARM Climate Research Facility infrastructure members, and selected leading scientists. During the meeting, research progress and future direction for the ARM Climate Research Facility and science program was discussed.
Held annually since 1990, the ARM Science Team Meeting officially begins on Tuesday with a plenary session, followed by a full schedule through Thursday of formal presentations by invited speakers and breakout sessions. Working group meetings and special focus meetings will be held on Monday and Friday, including the ARM Chief Scientist's Orientation for New and Current Principal Investigators. Poster session receptions will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings to review and discuss results emerging from cloud and radiation measurement and modeling research.
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Poster abstracts and PDFs for 2009 may be viewed on the meeting proceedings page.
The presentations are now available from plenary, working group meetings, and breakout sessions.