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Atmospheric Radiation Measurements Program (ARM) The term 'Atmospheric Radiation Measurements Program (ARM)' as it applies to the area of Earth observation can be defined as ' U.S. Department of energy program for the continual, ground-based measurements of atmospheric and meteorological parameters over approximately a ten-year period. The program will study radiative forcing and feedbacks, particularly the role of clouds. The general program goal is to improve the performance of climate models, particularly general circulation models of the atmosphere'.
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