Zutao Ouyang is a postdoc at Stanford University Earth System Science Department. He currently scales up local observations of methane from rice paddies around the world under the USGS Powell Synthesis methane synthesis project. He aims to establish a career as a climate change, methane, and remote sensing scientist that uses data-driven methods and in-field… More

This year’s Ameriflux Annual Meeting began with something different. The Early Career Network (FLUXNET-ECN, previously FLUXNET-YSN) kicked off the meeting a day early with hands-on workshops. Roughly 40 participants joined us in Boulder, CO, and ~15 joined remotely for a full afternoon of programming. In the first session, Manuel Helbig introduced AmeriFlux’s renewed focus on… More

The fluxcourse is a summer school focusing on land-atmosphere fluxes  and it takes place each summer at the University of Colorado Mountain Research Station. You can still apply for this year’s 12th edition (July 13-27 2019) until March 15th. This month, the organizers Kim Novick (Indiana University Bloomington) and Dave Moore (University of Arizona) will tell… More

We are happy to announce that Prof. Jose Fuentes of Penn State, is the 2018 recipient of the American Meteorology Award for OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN BIOMETEOROLOGY ‘For uncovering the significance and workings of key interactions among flora, fauna, and the atmosphere and their role in regional and global environmental change’ Congratulations, Jose

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