Blog – What’s New

In recent years Australia has undergone reductions in science funding, but there are positive signs that support will increase following recent changes in both the political and research infrastructure funding landscapes. This makes us hopeful that OzFlux, the Australian and New Zealand Flux tower network will only need to get through a period of restricted… More

This is the start of a series to interview scientists in FLUXNET.  Today, we start with Marta Galvagno, whom I met this summer and who was gracious to give me a tour of her field sites.  Marta works for the Environmental Protection Agency of the Aosta Valley in Italy.  She is PI of the Torgnon alpine… More

In the context of the ICOS (Integrated Carbon Observation System) Reseach Infrastructure, the equivalent of the American NEON in Europe, the 10 year-old Fontainebleau-Barbeau (FR-Fon site) forest station has been upgraded to comply with the ICOS Class 1 mandatory requirements. These improvements consisted in the installation of new ICOS standardized sensors and instruments as well as the… More

[Site] Travel Log

Inspired by Ray Leuning’s lecture on ‘flux towers I have seen’ at the Colorado Flux short course, I thought I’d offer a contribution to the new FLUXNET blog with a short essay on the flux towers I have had the privilege to visit the past two years during trips to meetings and while on sabbatical in Europe. We intend… More

New Features

The new FLUXDATA website is based on the WordPress platform, which provides user-friendly contribution and editing of content. New Content Features Content Types Events Calendar Add Events to share Blog posts Comments on blog posts Photo Gallery Add Photos to share Research Highlights Add Research Highlights to share Publications Add Publications to share Opportunities Add… More

Congratulations to Beverly Law, who was honored as 2014 AGU Fellow yesterday at a ceremony during AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California!.  This honor is in recognition of her pioneering contributions integrating flux measurements, remote sensing, and ecosystem models from regional to global scales. Bev Law is well known to the AmeriFlux community, where she has… More

Dennis viewing flux data at his AmeriFlux site at Sherman Island (US-Snd). I have just stepped down as editor in chief of JGR Biogeosciences.  After having handled over a 1000 papers many trends have emerged regarding the quality of papers, the expectations of referees and seeing what published papers become more successful than others.  Much… More