2021 Annual Meeting Posters

For the poster session, we will use a virtual interaction platform called Gather. The link will be shared closer to the meeting via email to all registered attendees.

The posters will be available to view during the whole week of the meeting, and poster presenters with odd poster numbers are asked to present on Monday, while poster presenters with even poster numbers present on Wednesday.

New features in gather this year: the ability to point to things on a poster and engage better; rightclick to move to a place faster, provide poster as gif. Find the instructions for poster presenters here.

Download a pdf of all poster ABSTRACTS here.

Poster #Full namePoster Session Mon or WedTitle
1Nidia E. Rojas-RoblesMonSurface-atmosphere interactions across ecological succession in tropical dry forest.
2Nikaan Koupaei-AbyazaniWedThe Influence of Interannual Carbon Variability on Long-Term Carbon Sequestration in Proximate Northern Forests and Wetlands
3Xiangzhong LuoMonGlobal variation in ecosystem carbon use efficiency derived from eddy covariance observations
4Chi ChenWedCO2 fertilization effect on photosynthesis inferred from observations using optimization theories
5David MillerMonWater vs. energy: controls on the sensitivity of gross primary productivity to drought
6Jiaming WenWedResolve the continuous diurnal cycle of high-resolution ECOSTRESS Evapotranspiration (ET) and Land Surface Temperature (LST)
7Christine ChangMonUnpacking the drivers of diurnal dynamics of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF): Canopy structure, plant physiology, instrument configuration and retrieval methods
8Marianne CowherdWedEnergy flux over snow during melt season
9Jeffrey WoodMonThe Ecosystem Wilting Point: An Integrated Functional Property Determining Drought Responses
10Ying SunWedPartitioning net ecosystem exchange (NEE) of CO2 using Solar-Induced chlorophyll Fluorescence (SIF)
11Natasha HarveyMonAssessing snow interception in a subalpine forest using image detection compared to model estimates
12Ankur DesaiWedFrom half-hour to quarter century: Drivers of carbon fluxes across a northern ecosystem tower cluster
13Cove SturtevantMonUsing uncertainty to decide among gap-filling methods
14Hirofumi HashimotoWedIntroduction of GeoNEX fixed sites subset over the conterminous US
15Fenghui YuanMonApplication of the E3SM Land Model for Simulating Carbon Fluxes in an Amazonian Peatland
16Sophie RuehrWedInter-annual groundwater variation affects ecosystem productivity
17Housen ChuMonA footprint-informed decomposition approach for deriving flux response functions at AmeriFlux sites
18Theresia YazbeckWedSite characteristics mediate the relationship between forest productivity and satellite measured solar induced fluorescence
19Josh FisherMonBreaking through the space-time barrier for remotely sensed evapotranspiration
20Victoria ShveytserMonEvaporation and transpiration across the seasonal transition from summer to winter at 17 eddy covariance research towers in a mixed forest landscape
21Vincent HumphreyMonContinuous observation of canopy water content changes with GPS sensors
22Chad HansonWedUS-Me2- Preliminary assessment of ecosystem response one year post fire
23Hannah KochMonEddy covariance methane and carbon dioxide flux to and from north-temperate bog lakes: can the machine learn the processes that control spring and fall pulses?
24Alex ValachWedBalancing climate mitigation benefits from wetlands through water management
25[Poster withdrawn]
26Kashif MahmudWedUsing model-data fusion to improve terrestrial biosphere model predictions of evapotranspiration partitioning across 12 semiarid Ameriflux sites
27Julie ShahanMonInvestigating CO2 and CH4 Fluxes Across a Heterogeneous Restored Tidal Salt Marsh in the South San Francisco Bay, California, Using Eddy Covariance and Chamber Measurements
28Sharifa BrevertWedThe evapotranspiration and carbon exchange of corn on a sandy soil: sensitivity to precipitation events and comparison against other corn eddy covariance measurements
29Angela WaupochickMonAnticipating the hydrologic consequences of Emerald ash borer invasion in forested wetlands using a sapflux network in the Menominee and Stockbridge-Munsee Tribal Lands
30Anam KhanWedNIRvANA: A comparison of Gross Primary Productivity estimates with indicators of light absorption and light use at Montana wheat and grassland AmeriFlux sites
31Lilly DawMonWildfire disturbance effects on land surface temperature dynamics
32Matthew RobyWedCarbon and water flux responses to interstorm drought duration in dryland ecosystems
33Elahe TajfarMonEvapotranspiration in the Mid-South US: Estimating crop coefficients with gridMet and eddy covariance observations across 32 field-seasons
34Benjamin PoulterWedBLUEFLUX: upscaling airborne eddy covariance measurements of mangrove carbon fluxes
35Wenge Ni-MeisterMonLink lidar measured three-dimensional vegetation structure measurements with PAR transmission, and absorption in NEON forest sites
36Tomer DumanWedClimate forcing consequences of stand-replacing fire in Semi-Arid Subalpine Forests
37Subhajit BandopadhyayMonCan Vegetation Indices serve as Proxies for Potential Sun-induced Fluorescence (SIF)? A Fuzzy Simulation Approach on Airborne Imaging Spectroscopy data
38Justine MissikWedFETCH3: A Tree-Level Hydrodynamic Modeling Approach for Examining Species-Specific Stomatal Regulation at AmeriFlux Sites
39Jeff AtkinsMonCanopy structural change following disturbance modulates forest microclimates
40You-Wei CheahWedData Support for Site Teams | How to ready your site for ONEFlux processing
41Danielle ChristiansonMonNew (and Improved!) AmeriFlux Data Products and Services for Data Users
42John BakerWedComparative Analysis of Evaporative Water Use Between Annual Row Crops and Perennial Systems
43Kalyn DorheimMonClimate drives modeled forest carbon cycling resistance and resilience in the Upper Great Lakes Region, USA