Doug Sisterson has spent most of his more than 40-year career at Argonne involved with climate science. He is currently the Instrument Operations Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science’s Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility (www.arm.gov/) and one of the founding members since its inception in 1990. The ARM Facility is a national scientific user facility and it is the largest federally-sponsored climate change research program in DOE.
|February 3, 2012|
David Streets specializes in the impact of human activities, including generation and use of energy and toxic chemicals like mercury, on the atmospheric environment.
|February 22, 2012|