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
Data Integration – facilitating accessibility and utilization of meta/data
CH4 and N2O – developing guidelines for methane and nitrous oxide data processing and gap-filling
Canopy thermal imaging – facilitating installation and utilization of thermal imaging across flux sites
Ancillary data processing – identifying ways to incorporate non-flux data into processing pathways
Open source code development – establishing, supporting, and promoting open-source development and code sharing in the flux community