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ProQuest has designed a new social network for researchers, scholars, librarians and students in the atmospheric science community. AtmosPeer connects atmospheric scientists to not only their colleagues, but also to emerging research trends, current news feeds, conference information, and funding opportunities.

Created in cooperation with the atmospheric science community, the new site is said to offer a tailored research environment for scientists in the field. It allows scholars to identify peers doing similar research and creates a simple method for document sharing and collaboration. AtmosPeer also acts as a central source of community news from websites like American Meteorological Society (AMS), UCAR, Royal Meteorological Society, Scientific American, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

In addition, this free service includes background on current and upcoming conferences and a unique deep indexing tool that uncovers data and findings not only in the text, but in the tables and figures, too.