AmeriFlux Management Project offers a useful resource to all AmeriFlux sites: backup of high-frequency data and many other kinds of information related to the site. These can include photos of your site, scanned pdfs of your handwritten field notebook pages, and other kinds of data Only the team uploading the data has access to the backups; these files… More

Data shared through the AmeriFlux Network, and globally through FLUXNET, offer a unique tool to answering scientific questions across different spatial and temporal scales. This is only possible through the collective effort of individuals making measurements at their own sites, and taking extra effort to share the data. Enabling answers to these kinds of questions is motivation enough… More

During this past AmeriFlux PI Meeting, Gil Bohrer and Tim Morin presented a live demonstration of their Portable Canopy Lidar (PCL), shown in Figure 1, which was developed by their team. The system is based on Lidar (light detection and ranging), which uses pulsed laser light to measure distances based on “time-of-flight.” In the demo,… More