Please save the date for this year’s AmeriFlux Annual Meeting: Oct 4-6, 2023. Once again, we will host the meeting in hybrid mode. This meeting is open to anyone who… More
As part of the Year of Remote Sensing, we introduce a new resource page added to the AmeriFlux website: Remote Sensing Products. In this resource, you find specs and links… More
Wetlands are an important component of the New England landscape, the Harvard Forest has its share; about 25% of the landscape is classified wetland or very poorly drained. Read how the The AmeriFlux instrument loaner program was used for a new pilot study at Harvard Forest.
After a long hiatus, the AmeriFlux Management Project (AMP) will host a Data-Tech workshop in Berkeley on May 10-11, 2023. This is an informal, interactive workshop to learn from each… More
What happens when the dominant tree species in a forest is killed off by an insect pest? Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) is considered a foundation species with a range spanning… More
Last year, the AmeriFlux database hit a big milestone: 3000 years of site data in our half-hourly Flux/Met data (BASE) product! This achievement is a great testament to the collaboration… More
Learn how the AmeriFlux Loaner Program helped a new site, US-NSW (Newman Seasonal Wetlands), get running faster after supply chain disruptions led to product delays.
The AmeriFlux Annual Meeting this year was a hybrid event for the first time, after two years of completely virtual meetings. 74 attendees joined the meeting in-person at the University… More
We had no idea we would be able to keep our flux towers operational for now more than 20 years when we began in the spring of 2001 at Mead,… More
The ongoing rise in atmospheric methane concentration creates global urgency towards understanding sources and sinks and potential interventions to reduce methane emissions. Wetlands are significant sources of methane and many… More