2021 AmeriFlux Annual Meeting Overview

Reflect | Connect

When: Monday, Sept 20 – Wednesday, Sept 22, 2021

Where: online!

Once again, we will host the meeting fully online. Given the turmoil of the past year, we thought the theme ‘Reflect | Connect: AmeriFlux in 2021’ appropriate, and look forward to connecting with you all this Fall. There will be no registration or abstract submission costs, and as always the meeting is open to all members of the community.

Registration is open now! Register for free by Sept 17.

Conference Format

This meeting will encompass live sessions of science talks, interactive virtual poster sessions through gather, interactive breakout discussions, Early career events for networking and professional development, an update from the AmeriFlux Management Project, a special session on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and more! A tentative agenda will be posted shortly.

This year, we particularly encourage submissions of team presentations or interactive formats. Science is a team effort! Submit a talk abstract with multiple presenting authors, include Early Career team members to present a slide or engage in the chat – be creative!

As always, we will devote time to breakout discussions that allow for interaction and brainstorming. If YOU would like to lead a breakout session, submit a description through this form by August 6. For some inspiration, find the list of breakout topics from last year here.

Science Themes

Abstract submission is open now! Submit by August 6.

  1. Water — we invite abstract submissions covering water fluxes, partitioning, water justice, remote sensing, ecohydrology, modeling, emerging measurements, hydrological extremes or related topics. We especially encourage submissions that connect these themes to perspectives of societal impact, equity and water justice.
  2. Natural climate solutions — we invite submissions covering carbon sequestration, sustainable agriculture, policy, mitigation potential, groundwater depletion, carbon-water interactions/WUE, implications of reforestation, resilient landscapes, and particularly encourage studies that include considerations of environmental justice.
  3. Open Science session — submit your abstracts on any work relating to eddy covariance fluxes!

Organizing Committee

  • Co-Chair Paul Stoy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Co-Chair Theresia Yazbeck, The Ohio State University
  • Co-Chair Enrico Yepez, Instituto Tecnologico de Sonora
  • Natasha MacBean, Indiana University
  • Sparkle Malone, Florida International University
  • Trevor Keenan, AMP LBNL
  • Christin Buechner, AMP LBNL