2020 AmeriFlux Annual Meeting Posters

We will have two poster sessions, one on Wednesday and one on Thursday. The posters will be in our virtual poster room for the whole conference. Presenters with an odd-numbered poster (1, 3, 5 etc.) will present on Wednesday, and presenters with an even-numbered poster (2, 4, 6 etc) will present on Thursday (note a few exceptions at the end of the table). A pdf with full abstracts will be provided shortly.

NamePoster TitlePoster no.Session
John KnowlesMontane forest productivity across a semi-arid climatic gradient1Wednesday
Facundo Javier MartinezCarbon sequestration preliminary analysis in a soybean crop in Argentina2Thursday
Xiangzhong (Remi) LuoGlobal evidence for the acclimation of ecosystem photosynthesis to light3Wednesday
Mario BretfeldFirst-year ecosystem fluxes in response to post-beetle fire a subalpine Rocky Mountain forest4Thursday
Sha FengConstraint on terrestrial model parameters from ensemble forward atmospheric transport simulations5Wednesday
Jeffrey WoodForest-level Hydraulic Physiology Responds to Water Supply and Regulates Ecosystem Flux Dynamics6Thursday
Cove SturtevantNEON in AmeriFlux - Status and Plans7Wednesday
Manuel HelbigIntegrating continuous atmospheric boundary layer and tower-based flux measurements to advance understanding of land-atmosphere interactions8Thursday
Nicole KeeneyEvaluation of a simple parameterization for the evaporative stress index9Wednesday
Brian ButterworthAdvances in Energy Balance Research from CHEESEHEAD1910Thursday
Kashif MahmudParameter Optimization at Multiple AmeriFlux Semiarid Sites Improves Terrestrial Biosphere Model Prediction of CO2 Exchange11Wednesday
Rodrigo JimenezCarbon flux variability and controlling factors in a Colombian Orinoco River high plains native savanna ecosystem12Thursday
Samuel VillarrealRepresentativeness of environmental observatory networks across the Americas13Wednesday
Lianhong GuLet There Be Light: How flux sites can advance the predictability of models of photosynthesis in natural environments?14Thursday
Frederick Otu-Larbi"Modelling the effects of ozone stress on photosynthesis and latent heat fluxes"15Wednesday
Matthew LanningA new framework to quantitatively disentangle the impacts of soil water stress and high vapor pressure deficit on vegetation productivity16Thursday
Zulia Sanchez-Mejia, Lidia Irene Benítez Valenzuela Ecometeorology at the air-sea interface: learning about energy, water, and CO2 exchange from a coastal lagoon in the Gulf of California17Wednesday
Alma Vázquez-LuleContrasting Biophysical Drivers of NEE and CH4 Exchange by Phenological Phases in a Tidal Salt Marsh18Thursday
Xiaorong WangBEPS-CROP: an integrated remote sensing-derived and biophysical-based maize productivity simulation model19Wednesday
Jinshi JianIncreasing soil respiration but unmeasurable trend under global climate change20Thursday
Marguerite MauritzInterannual and seasonal CO2 exchange and rainfall dynamics in a northern Chihuahuan Desert shrubland21Wednesday
Camilo Rey-SanchezAtmospheric Boundary Layer Height and its Responses to Seasonality of Land Cover, Subsidence, and Advection 22Thursday
Wenzhe JiaoQuantifying the responses of ecosystem production and respiration to drought time scale, intensity, timing and lagged response: A FLUXNET synthesis23Wednesday
Kayla MathesUS-UM“d” is for disturbance: A framework for interpreting carbon cycling stability following disturbance24Thursday
Sebastien BiraudDistributed and Scalable Framework for Site Visits and Training25Wednesday
Katherine ZaradaExamining forecast predictability of Ameriflux towers in Wisconsin26Thursday
Zutao YangGap-filling of eddy covariance methane fluxes: Comparison of machine learning models using artificial gaps27Wednesday
Antonella BurekSeasonal variability of CO2 fluxes in a Patagonian steppe28Thursday
Nidia RojasCarbon and water fluxes during tropical dry forest secondary succession in Mexico29Wednesday
Susanne WiesnerCombining Remote Sensing Models and Eddy Covariance Footprint Partitioning Methods for Carbon Offset Opportunities30Thursday
Elahe TajfarThe impact of land cover on net ecosystem exchange of CO2 in the US Mid-South31Wednesday
Alex ValachHow do we evaluate climate benefits of ecosystems? A case study of long-term flux monitoring from restored wetlands32Thursday
Alejandro CuevaFirst observations with PhenoCams in Mexico: Challenges and opportunities33Wednesday
Colby ReavisImpacts of Rice Irrigation Management on Growing Season Evapotranspiration and Plant Water Use Efficiency34Thursday
Davi MeloAssessing model-based ET in South America using AmeriFlux data35Wednesday
Celina Candida Ferreira RodriguesCarbon fluxes for the Cerrado biome in the Mogi-Guaçu River basin - SP36Thursday
Xinchen LuThe BETA release of ONEFlux data product extends to more sites37Wednesday
André SantosComparison between vegetation growth model and AmeriFlux data38Thursday
Anam KhanMonitoring sub-daily carbon fluxes from the Advanced Baseline Imager on the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite at an oak savanna woodland Ameriflux site39Wednesday
Nahuel BautistaModeling ecosystem respiration, gross primary productivity, and net ecosystem exchange of a Southern Hemisphere salt marsh40Thursday
Stephen ChanAmeriFlux Tech Team - a resource for all41Wednesday
Gavin McNicolFLUXNET-CH4 Upscaling: Data-driven model performance, predictors, and regional to global methane emission estimates for freshwater wetlands42Thursday
Julie ShahanCombining Soil Chamber and Eddy Covariance Measurements to Better Constrain CO 2
and CH 4 Fluxes in a Restored Tidal Wetland
Hojin LeeA Comparative Study on the Resilience of Forest Ecosystem Carbon Exchanges to Drought in Adjacent Korean Pine and Oak Forests, Republic of Korea44Thursday
Sigrid DengelInfluence of tundra polygon type and climate variability on CO 2 and CH 4 fluxes near Utqiaġvik, Alaska45Wednesday
Rajendra SishodiaEvaluating SMAP satellite CO2 using Eddy Covariance Flux Tower Measurements46Thursday
Housen ChuFootprint Representativeness of Eddy-Covariance Flux Measurements Across AmeriFlux Sites47Wednesday
Theresia YazbeckEvaluation of Solar-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence as a prediction of Gross Primary Production using multiple eddy covariance sites48Thursday
Isabel TorresCarbon and Methane Budget of a one-time compost applied grazed grassland49Thursday
Gabriela ShirkeyEvaluation of satellite-derived gross primary production products across managed Midwest landscapes50Thursday
Matthew RobyTemporal repackaging of rainfall impacts soil respiration rates and cumulative emissions in a semiarid grassland51Thursday
Sophie RuehrA mechanistic investigation of the oasis effect: flux data to explore microclimate in semiarid western China52Thursday
Lisa T. HaberCanopy leaf functional trait and physiological responses to disturbance at different severities53Thursday
Liyuan HeEffects of soil microbial community composition dynamics on respiration fluxes in natural ecosystems54Wednesday
Jeremy ForsytheAn Eddy Covariance Mesonet For Measuring Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Coastal South Carolina55Thursday