Methane Flux Community Participants

  • Baldocchi, Dennis
    baldocchi@berkeley.edu

    University of California Berkeley
    measuring methane fluxes across a network of restored wetlands in California
    US-Bi2, US-Myb, US-Snd, US-Sne, US-Snf, US-Tw1, US-Tw2, US-Tw3, US-Tw4, US-Tw5

  • Bohrer, Gil
    bohrer.17@osu.edu

    Ohio State University
    Fluxes through vegetation, microbial community activity. Multi-scale observations and scaling from plant-scale to patch scale to wetland scale. Modeling at a wetland vegetation-patch scale, equivalent to forest plant functional type. Large-eddy simulation based footprints and sub-mesoscale circulation around wetlands and lake
    US-ORv, US-OWC
    Keywords: genomics, large eddy simulations, modeling, vegetation, Vegetation fluxes

  • Chan, Stephen
    swchan@lbl.gov

    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    As a member of the AmeriFlux Tech Team, I'm interested in how the team can assist in advancing CH4 measurements and/or ancillary measurements.
    US-ARM

  • Dengel, Sigrid
    sdengel@lbl.gov

    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Running two eddy flux sites in Alaska, one near Barrow (polygon tundra) and one in subarctic tussock tundra near Council in western Alaska. Both are on continuous permafrost.
    US-NGB, US-NGC
    Keywords: Arctic, Carbon dioxide, eddy flux, methane, polygon tundra, subarctic, tundra, tussock tundra

  • Desai, Ankur
    desai@aos.wisc.edu

    University of Wisconsin-Madison
    PI of CH4 fluxes at US-Los, Us-PFa, and soon to be US-ALQ. Contributor to Knox, Jackson et al Moore foundation wetland methane synthesis. Participant of USGS Powell Center on methane fluxes.
    US-ALQ, US-Los, US-PFa

  • GUNTURU, Vamsi Krishna
    vamsikrishna.g@yahoo.com

    Indian Institiute of Technology, Bombay

    01-All, 02-None, 03-Other, BR-CMT, BR-Cui, BR-Ma2, BR-Sa1, BR-Sa3, CA-ARB, CA-ARF

  • Keenan , Trevor
    Trevorkeenan@lbl.gov

    Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
    Synthesis and scaling.
    01-All
    Keywords: carbon, Ch4, photosynthesis, scaling, wetlands

  • Knox, Sara
    saraknox.knox@gmail.com

    The University of British Columbia
    I study CH4, CO2, water and energy exchange in restored and natural wetlands. I am broadly interested in the impacts of climate variability and land-­use change on land-­atmosphere exchanges of water, energy, and trace gases. I also seek to understand how ecosystem responses to global change can feedback to slow or accelerate future climate change.
    Keywords: climate change, eddy covariance, greenhouse gases, methane, wetlands

  • Lapham, Laura
    lapham@umces.edu

    University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
    I work in the Mackenzie River Delta to understand the processes leading to methane release from the lakes upon ice break up.

  • McNicol, Gavin
    gmcnicol@stanford.edu

    Stanford University
    I'm working to scale methane fluxes from site-level to global scales. My background is in wetland biogeochemistry and has included coupling chamber and eddy covariance observations of marsh methane flux, experiments exploring oxygen sensitivity of emissions, and attribution of fluxes to different production and transport pathways.
    01-All
    Keywords: scaling; biogeochemistry; wetland; spatial heterogeneity; synthesis