Curious about Granger Causality, transfer entropy, convergent cross mapping, and how to use them? Well so am I! These timeseries analysis tools provide powerful methods to analyze flux data and to probe causal effects between fluxes and environmental variables. This “how-to” seminar will provide a brief introduction to these techniques, build out a use-case scenario… More
AmeriFlux data has many uses, from understanding carbon cycling and ecophysiology to benchmarking models and remote sensing observations. In this webinar we will explore different approaches to using AmeriFlux data, and learn from the experiences of other data users and providers.
BADM (Biological, Ancillary, Disturbance, and Metadata) can now be submitted using CSV files! In this webinar, we will describe the BADM CSV reporting format and how site teams can use new online BADM resources to customize their submission. Community members using BADM may also find this webinar helpful as we explain new online resources, which… More
BADM opus Hear ye, hear ye, scholars of flux a new, improved tool – entering BADM deluxe! Now, I hear you sigh “BADM? Oh no!” But let me convince you that we have improved the flow! No more difficult to navigate, quick to frustrate, Scrolling until your eyes are rolling, and you can’t see straight…. More
Join us virtually for the 2020 AmeriFlux Annual Meeting. This meeting is for the broader flux community, including AmeriFlux site teams as well as flux-data users and modelers. Junior scientists are encouraged to attend.
Congratulations to Margaret Torn, AmeriFlux Management Project lead PI! Margaret received an honorary doctorate from the University of Zurich last Saturday, in recognition of her efforts to deeper understanding of biogeochemical processes and their climate implications of the soil-plant-atmosphere system, which contribute to science-based solutions to sustainable development of natural resources. She was one of… More