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Scientific User Facilities

Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility

The world’s premier ground-based observatory for climate change
research, the ARM Climate Research Facility, provides a global network
of instrumented fixed, mobile, and aerial observatories for obtaining
cloud and aerosol measurements, as well as precipitation, solar and
thermal radiation, surface heat and moisture, and meteorological con-
ditions. For more information on the ARM Climate Research Facility
and its scientific accomplishments, please visit

Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL)

As a national scientific user facility, the Environmental Molecular Sciences
Laboratory (EMSL) seeks to pioneer molecular-level discoveries and
effectively mobilize the scientific community to generate the predictive
understanding and accelerate solutions that will provide the scientific
foundations for DOE's Biological and Environmental Research (BER)
priorities and our nation’s critical biological, environmental, and energy
challenges. For more information on EMSL and its scientific accomplish-
ments, please visit

and began oxidizing after being set aside. Efforts to develop
a successful process are part of the Super Cryogenic Dark
Matter Search, an international collaboration supported by
DOE’s Office of High Energy Physics. Research Team: Eric
Hoppe (PNNL) and Martin Mathews (former PNNL post-
master’s research associate).

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