GIM

Geophysical Instruments and Measurements Group

Atmospheric Sciences Division
Environmental Sciences Department

 
ARM Ocean SIMBIOS SOAR ARM Clouds Water Cycle Instruments

The GIM Group studies atmosphere-ocean-land-ice interactions through the use of direct and remote sensing techniques. The field programs are designed to further our understanding of the Global climate feedback mechanisms and how they influence the global climate change processes. GIM Group projects are described below.

DOE  ARM  Ocean Project
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NASA SIMBIOS Atmospheric Correction Project
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Shipboard Oceanographic and Atmospheric Radiation (SOAR)
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ARM Cloud Remote Sensing
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Global Water Cycle
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