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ARM Data Center

The ARM Data Center provides a robust, integrated data and computing environment to advance understanding of atmospheric radiation. It currently holds more than 3.5 petabytes of data from over 11,000 sources, including data collected from field campaigns, instruments, and shared by principal investigators. The data center offers computing infrastructure to support next-generation atmospheric model simulations, storage for large files, big-data analytics, and machine learning for atmospheric and climate science research.
Keywords ARM Infrastructure and Operations, atmospheric radiation, climate, clouds, data quality assurance, instrumentation, measurement
TYPE ARM Operations
Principal Investigator (PI)
Giri Prakash
Lead Institution
Other Collaborators
University of Oklahoma University of Tennessee
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