Sap flow measurements have been used by ecophysiologists and ecohydrologists for the past several decades to characterize plant water transport. In addition to improving our understanding of plant-level water dynamics, sap flow data can enhance our understanding of key hydrologic processes within an eddy covariance footprint and within a modeling framework. However, much like eddy… More

ET workshop

As part of the AmeriFlux Year of Water initiative, we are pleased to announce a virtual and free workshop on evapotranspiration science.  Based on community input gathered during the AmeriFlux Annual Meeting, the workshop will focus on 4 key topics: 1. ET partitioning: discuss and synthesize the advantages and limitations of various field-based methods capable… More

Soil water content and water potential : Applications for Flux community The Year of Water Committee is pleased to announce a new webinar series for the Ameriflux community to enhance discussion of several topics identified from the Year of Water kickoff meeting survey and discussion this past spring. The overall goal of these webinars is… More

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

On June 10 and 11, almost 300 scientists participated in the Land-Atmosphere Interactions 2021 Workshop, “Improving understanding of land-atmosphere interactions through integration of surface flux and atmospheric boundary layer measurements.” The workshop was organized in conjunction with the AmeriFlux Year of Water Fluxes, and in collaboration with, and community representation from, DOE’s ARM User Facility,… 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

In support of the AmeriFlux “Year of Water Fluxes”, and in collaboration with community representation from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility and Atmospheric System Research (ASR) program, we are pleased to announce the Open and Virtual Workshop, “Improving understanding of land-atmosphere interactions through integration of surface flux and atmospheric… More