FLUXNET Working Groups

FLUXNET working groups are dedicated to advancing FLUXNET science and community.  Working groups will advance initiatives to make FLUXNET stronger, and scientific working groups will focus on flux-related science questions.  Working groups are proposed and led by members of the FLUXNET community, and supported by the FLUXNET Community Council. 

Working group member expectations:

In order to ensure effective group functioning, all group members will be expected to serve for at least 1 year and to actively participate in meetings and group work.

Joining a working group:

If you are interested in joining a working group, email group leads or [email protected].

FLUXNET Working Groups:

Education – developing educational and training opportunities for FLUXNET

Outreach – disseminate flux science to a broad audience outside the typical domain of research

Open source code development – establishing, supporting, and promoting open-source development and code sharing in the flux community

CH4 and N2O – developing guidelines for methane and nitrous oxide data processing and gap-filling

Data Integration – facilitating accessibility and utilization of meta/data

Canopy thermal imaging – facilitating installation and utilization of thermal imaging across flux sites