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FLUXNET2015 — a new data set to keep a sharper eye on land-air exchanges. The latest update of the longest global record of ecosystem carbon, water, and energy fluxes, features improved data quality, new data products, and more open data sharing policies……. (see link for the story) Twitchell Island (US-Twt) in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, California provides… More


  New version of REddyProc recently made available brings new features to the eddy covariance data processing R package. More details below in the announcement email from the REddyProc team.   Dear Fluxnetters, we are pleased to announce the release of the new version of REddyProc with the implementation of the daytime partitioning based on Lasslop… More


This month, we are pleased to interview Angela J. Rigden, who is a fifth-year Ph.D. student at Boston University.  Her dissertation research is focused on detecting and attributing multi-decadal trends in evapotranspiration over the continental United States (see below for details).  Angela is planning to defend her dissertation this summer.  To know more about Angela, please see her personal website… More


This month we interview Martin Jung — Leader of the Global Diagnostics Ecohydrological and Biogeochemical Modelling group at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry. You have been one of the most active users of Fluxnet data and using it to produce data based gridded data products using machine learning methods. What inspired you to go down… More


Fluxnet Workshop 2017 will be held in Berkeley, California for June 7-9, 2017. It will be in the Brower Center that can hold about 150 people. The web site for registration is now open, where you could also find detailed information about the tentative agenda, call for poster, lodging, and local transportation. Registration Website We plan to have ample… More


The 2016 list of Highly Cited Scientists was posted in November. The 2016 list focuses on contemporary research achievement: only Highly Cited Papers in science and social sciences journals indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection during the 11-year period 2004-2014 were surveyed. Highly Cited Papers are defined as those that rank in the… More


We’re happy to announce in name of the whole Fluxdata Team that the new and last update of the FLUXNET2015 dataset has been released. To download, go to data page. You will find also the list of changes in respect to the previous version, in particular, 47 new sites are added, which makes the size of FLUXNET2015 datset… More


This is the next in a line of periodic interviews with Fluxnet Young Scientists.  This month, we’re glad to introduce Eric Kent, who is a PhD student in Kyaw Tha Paw U‘s lab in the University of California, Davis, USA.  Eric recently received an honorable mention in the Atmospheric Biogeosciences section for his presentation at the AMS conference… More


This is the next in a line of periodic interviews with Fluxnet Young Scientists.  This month, we’re glad to introduce Ke Xu, who is a PhD student in the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.  Ke recently published an interesting paper in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, where she targeted one of the still challenging issues in eddy covariance measurements,… More


We are in the planning stages of a Fluxnet conference in Berkeley in the 2017 summer. We are aiming for June 7-9 to avoid summer holidays and summer solstice (our Scandinavian friends will appreciate this). It will be in the Brower Center that can hold about 150 people.  We are in the planning stages of setting the agenda, picking… More


This is the next in a line of periodic interviews with Fluxnet Young Scientists.  This month, we’re glad to introduce Eugénie Paul-Limoges, who is a third-year PhD student supported by a Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) scholarship at ETH Zurich, Switzerland.  Eugénie received the AMS Student Presentation Award for her MSc work in 2014… More