This page is a growing collection of AmeriFlux Management Project (AMP) resources to help new flux-team members to get up to speed and make the most of being part of the AmeriFlux network.
New to AmeriFlux?
So you just registered your flux site…
- Set up your site info page by adding a photo and site publication
- Enhance your site data by providing BADM information (what is BADM? go here for submission instructions)
- Something unclear? Have a look at the list of frequently used acronyms
- Follow our twitter for updates from the community
- Browse the community-tab on the website to find out how to meet with us and other flux scientists at AmeriFlux meetings or other events
So you are ready to collect eddy flux data…
Get support on running your tower and producing high quality flux data:
- Tips to implement a safety plan for your work
- Learn about our Tech support services
- See the Best Practices Checklist compiled by the Tech Team from many years of experience and collaboration with site teams
- Dive into further resources on measurement protocols, data visualization and suppliers
- Learn how to borrow our rapid response flux system
- Consider a comprehensive site visit or site visit lite
So you have flux data to share with the world…
- Learn how we view data and our data use policy
- Find out how to upload data
- Don’t be shy, upload often and early, to take advantage of our iterative QA/QC process
- See who downloads your site data in the Data Download Log
- Consider sharing other types of data supported by AmeriFlux: BADM (Biological, Ancillary, Disturbance, and Metadata)
Can’t get enough of AmeriFlux?
There are many more ways to get involved!
- Browse our blog to learn about great science across the network
- Write your own blog post or whitepaper and let us host it
- Join the Data Advisory Committee or the FLUXNET Early Career Network , or contact the Science Steering Committee.