- About Fluxnet
The FLUXNET website will be unavailable Saturday, July 7th, from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM EDT and again Saturday, July 14th from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM EDT for network upgrades.
The FLUXNET Website will be unavailable shortly after 1pm EDT on Wednesday, June 6. The outage may last as long as two hours for several network upgrades.
A new article by Dennis Baldocchi et al. will be published in the June 5 edition of Eos. Entitled "The Role of Trace Gas Networks in the Biogeosciences", it details the efforts involved in building and maintaining the various regional and global trace gas sensor networks using the FLUXNET network as an example. A pre-release version can be downloaded here.
Welcome to the new FLUXNET Web site. We switched to a new content management system to improve routine maintenance. In addition, we have switched the underlying database to an open source system. Other modifications include: new layout that streamlines site information presentation; enhanced Announcements/News/Job Posting section; linked citations; and information on dozens of recently added sites.
Welcome to the new FLUXNET website! As you've noticed we made some changes and we'd like to take the opportunity to highlight and explain some of them so that you can more quickly and easily use the new website.
Available grants/stipends (International MSc course on Flood Risk Management) to possible candidates with appropriate BSc or MSc (http://www.floodriskmaster.org/) - good chances especially for EU citizens.
Applications are due on January 26th, 2014.
See attached .dpf for details.
Call for abstracts - Open Science Conference: Greenhouse Gas Management in European Land Use Systems, 16-18 September 2013 in Antwerp, Belgium
we have the pleasure of inviting you to attend to the Open Science Conference
Greenhouse Gas Management in European Land Use Systems
taking place in Antwerp, Belgium from 16 - 18 September 2013.
For detailed information visit: www.ghg-conference-2013.org
You are cordially invited to submit your abstract for the following sessions:
• Hot spots & hot moments of GHG fluxes
The 6th annual flux course will take place the University of Colorado Mountain Research Station from the 15th through the 26th of July this summer. The fluxcourse (http://www.fluxcourse.org/) seeks to cross train attendees in measurement techniques and advanced modeling approaches for quantifying carbon and water fluxes between the atmosphere and the biosphere. The course will be offered to 24 graduate students, post-docs and early career scientists.
UNM is presenting its third Environmental Information Management Institute June 3-21. The institute consists of three one-week intensive classes that may be taken for credit. The topics include:
• Week 1: Environmental Information Management
• Week 2: Environmental data analysis and visualization
• Week 3: Spatial Data Management in Environmental Science
We would like to invite you to the upcoming Eddy Covariance Workshop on May 14-16 in Roskilde/Denmark.
Time series analysis and spectral corrections of turbulence data in Eddy Covariance and in EddyPro Advanced
Invited Speaker: Andreas Ibrom, Technical University of Denmark
EddyPro Developer: Gerardo Fratini, LI-COR Biosciences
Sign-up here: http://www.licor.com/env/europe/training.html