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Sessions Proposals DEADLINE EXTENDED until APRIL 23, 2020 !  We are now accepting proposals for Fall Meeting 2020, including Innovative Sessions, a new format inspired by programming at 2019’s Centennial Central. Due to COVID-19, AGU has extended the deadline until Thursday, 23 April 2020. If you have any questions, please contact AGU’s Scientific Program Team…. More


AmeriFlux scientists will join Integrated Carbon Observation Systems for their 2020 Science Conference in Utrecht, Netherlands. The 4th ICOS Science Conference will be held in the Netherlands from September 15th to September 17, 2020 in Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht. The overarching theme of the conference is “Knowledge for shaping the future – understanding the Earth’s biogeochemical… More


Dec 7-8 2019 The Coastal Carbon Research Coordination Network (CCRCN) held its second working group workshop this past December at NASA’s AMES Research Center in Mountain View, CA hosted by the US Geological Survey. This year’s working group is focused on improving predictions of methane emissions from coastal wetlands. Specifically, we aim to compile all… More


AmeriFlux scientists will join the greater Earth science community next week for the American Geophysical Union 2019 Fall meeting in San Francisco. This years meeting is historic as it marks the AGU centennial. AmeriFlux and the FLUXNET Early Career Network will be holding events during the week and the Early Career Organizers have provided a… More


The soil-to-atmosphere CO2 flux – or soil respiration – is one of the largest carbon fluxes in the earth system. An increasing number of continuous measurements have been made over the last 25 years; these data are an invaluable resource for probing the sensitivities of respiration and the carbon cycle more generally. AmeriFlux is excited… More


AmeriFlux showcased the Year of Methane action year at the 2019 Annual Meeting with an oral session, methane posters, and three methane breakout discussions. Ruminants, Forests, and Wetland Management The Year of Methane talks illustrated the variety of new directions enabled by methane flux measurement. Dave Hollinger, a Forest Service research scientist, gave the invited… More


The Pantanal is located in central South America, and is the largest continuous wetland in the world, covering a total flooding area of approximately 160,000 km2. Pantanal hydrology is highly seasonal, with peak flooding typically occurring in March in the northern part of the Pantanal and end of July in the southern part of the… More


The Science How will forests cope as droughts become more frequent and severe? Piñon-juniper woodlands in the American Southwest are a model system for understanding the effects of drought on trees due to the frequent periods of water stress that characterize this region. Moreover, the dominant tree species in this ecosystem display markedly different drought… More


The AmeriFlux Site Search webpage has been updated to improve the data user experience. It’s now possible to search the 250-plus AmeriFlux sites with flux-met data by data variable and by year. All 460-plus sites can be searched by affiliated network. The new site search capabilities are the latest in a series of enhancements to… More