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Tristan Green, recipient of the 2022 Secondment Program award, has completed his program and wrote the following to share with the FLUXNET community: __________________   FLUXNet Secondment Program Seoul NCAM Blog Post By Tristan Green   On July 4th, 2022 many Americans were out celebrating National Independence Day, however, I was flying to Seoul, South… More

Theresia Yazbeck, recipient of the 2022 Secondment Program award, has completed her program and wrote the following to share with the FLUXNET community: ____________________________________________________ My Secondment Program was in collaboration with ATMOSBIO Lab at the Université de Montréal, Canada. It was divided into three main sections: Safety training, fieldwork at CA-TVC tundra site, and modeling… More

With 2021 coming to a close, we reflect on the community events and activities that brought us closer together. Our global engagement has continuously increased since 2020 thanks to the leadership of various early career scientists from iLEAPS, LAECESS and our own community members. This year alone, we held a Spring Workshop, ECN-LAECESS early career… More

  AmeriFlux hosted a wonderful 3-day conference during September 20-22, 2021, providing great opportunities to brainstorm new ideas, present new research on eddy covariance fluxes, and a space to catch up with colleagues. Among all the events, early career scholars and students played an active role in participating in breakout discussions, presenting research, and exploring… More

After last year’s successful virtual meeting,  Ameriflux annual meeting 2021 will be held remotely under the theme: ‘Reflect | Connect: AmeriFlux in 2021’. It is scheduled on September 20-22, 2021. The sessions will focus on water fluxes, natural climate solutions, and other open science questions, while many breakout rooms will be organized to discuss different… More

This month, we are pleased to interview Dr. George Burba. Dr. Burba is a LI-COR Science & Strategy Fellow, Global Fellow at Daugherty Water for Food Institute, Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors, and a Graduate Adjunct Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In this interview, we will know more about Dr. Burba’s… More

The FLUXNET global research community is getting support from the United States’ National Science Foundation (NSF). Trevor Keenan, assistant professor at UC Berkeley, and affiliated to Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory as a faculty scientist, will oversee the new FLUXNET Coordination Project (FLUXNET Co-op).

  The FLUXNET ECN community welcomed four scholars and environmental scientists on July 30, 2021 to discuss career challenges to early career scientists and the resources, solutions and obstacles they faced in their own experience. In this blog, we selected key resources and knowledge shared for early career scientists from each panelist. Resources include advice/tips,… More

This month, we are pleased to interview Kolby Jardine. Kolby is a Research Scientist in the Ecology Department within the Climate & Ecosystem Sciences Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He studies plant and microbial metabolism by working at the interface of biochemistry, ecology, and atmospheric sciences (Biochemical Ecology). He developed field, greenhouse, and laboratory… More