Welcome to the AmeriFlux website!
The AmeriFlux Network, sponsored by U.S. Department of Energy, gathers data from the longest-running sites in the world measuring ecosystem CO2, water, and energy fluxes. This thriving community of tower site investigators and climate/ecosystem modelers works together with shared commitment to transparency, open access, and quality. The network’s scientists gather data that assess carbon cycle exchange from land to air, and environmental measurements of local ecosystems.
Collaborating researchers are those who run
western hemisphere carbon flux tower sites, and those who use the AmeriFlux Network’s long-term, continuous environmental measurements to investigate ecosystem and climate questions.
The AmeriFlux Management Project (AMP), funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s
Terrestrial Ecosystem Science program, supports the needs of the AmeriFlux Network researchers, offering data processing, quality assurance, and helping investigators to optimize and improve data collection to achieve the best long-term quality data. AMP also manages the AmeriFlux Network website, hosted at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
AmeriFlux Site Researchers: Data upload now available!
Click here to upload data!
This beta website will soon be replaced by a redesign. You'll see many new features over the next few months. The data upload function is available now. Watch this space for announcements about new data access capabilities, instrument QA/QC, and more.