2019 AmeriFlux Annual Meeting / Early Career Workshop Overview

MEETING LOCATION:  Boulder, Colorado (September 17 – September 19, 2019) [REGISTRATION CLOSED]

Millennium Harvest House Boulder
1345 28th Street
Boulder, Colorado  80302
303-443-3850

Set on landscaped grounds, it’s a modern hotel with elegant mountain style, a 4-minute walk from the University of Colorado Boulder and a 14-minute walk from Folsom Field football stadium.

This year, the AmeriFlux Annual Meeting and Early Career Workshop are being held on Tuesday, September 17th – Thursday, September 19th, 2019 in Boulder, Colorado, at the Millennium Harvest House Hotel. In a break from previous years, we have decided to hold the AmeriFlux Data/Tech Workshop separately and, with a new focus on inclusivity and Early Career Researchers, the meeting name has been changed from the AmeriFlux PI Meeting to the AmeriFlux Annual Meeting. In particular, there will be a half-day Early Career Workshop (to include a site tour at NEON HQ) on Tuesday, September 17th, in conjunction with the AmeriFlux Annual Meeting being held on September 18th and 19th. This year’s annual meeting will have a strong focus on CH4 (with multiple parallel breakouts) to celebrate the Year of Methane.

MEETING REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  Friday, August 16th

General Attendee:  $150

Early Career/Student:  $100

Vendor/Exhibitor:  $100

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE:  Friday, August 16th

LODGING DEADLINE: Saturday, August 31st

  • 2019 AmeriFlux Annual Meeting Agenda (draft agenda now available)
  • 2019 AmeriFlux Annual Meeting Participants (will be posted after July 30th)
  • 2019 AmeriFlux Annual Meeting Agenda (will be posted after July 30th)

Please continue to check back with continued updates!  We look forward to seeing you.

on behalf of the Annual Meeting Committee:

Peter Blanken, Chair/Core Site PI, Univ CO Boulder
Trevor Keenan, Lead, AMP LBNL
Cove Sturtevant, NEON
Gavin McNicol, Stanford (CH4 Coordinator)
Manuel Helbig, McMaster University (Early Career Coordinator)
Tara Hudiburg, Univ Idaho
Susan Sprinkle, Logistics, AMP LBNL