Posts Tagged: AmeriFlux

Join us for a virtual meeting of the AmeriFlux community! Registration will be free. We are looking forward to a packed agenda! Sessions on Water, Natural Climate Solutions and other flux science Interactive Poster Session Job Lounge with current job postings and opportunities to connect 10 community-led breakout discussions Early Career Workshop ‘Beyond the Professoriate’… More

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

The AmeriFlux Theme Year of Water Fluxes was officially launched on March 21, 2021 and has inspired a flood of community activities. Read on to find out what’s going on and how you can get involved! Rewatch: Let water cycle science wash over you Two exciting events convened the community virtually already. The Early Career… More

Dear Flux Community AmeriFlux is launching a new theme Year on Water Fluxes! On behalf of the AmeriFlux Science Steering Committee, we would like to invite interested community members to a community Zoom meeting to help brainstorm ideas and to lead the initiative. We will be forming an organizing committee and welcome volunteers. We would… More

As of this writing in April 2020, scientists in many countries are working under stay-at-home orders. Although the AmeriFlux network has strong virtual connectivity and ecosystem flux research continues apace, 2020 brings a field (and education) season like no other. Therefore, in addition to popular AmeriFlux town hall activities, this year we are adding new… More

Women in AmeriFlux

AmeriFlux means a diversity of ecosystems, but also of people and personal narratives. Today, on the second Thursday in July, our Mexican members observe Día del Árbol (Arbor Day). What a great opportunity to meet a few of the talented, innovative women who work at AmeriFlux sites across the Americas! AmeriFlux owes its success to… More

While many people in the AmeriFlux community may be familiar with rice and methane emissions, most are usually surprised by the connection rice has to the state of Arkansas, which accounts for about half of U.S. rice production. Rice fields in Arkansas are concentrated in the eastern part of the state on the Mississippi River’s… More