FLUXNET 2017 Workshop Poster

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  1. Biophysical Controls on Ecostystem-Scale CO2 Exchange in a Tidal Marsh in Northern California – Frank Anderson, USGS
  2. From Photons to Fluxes: Relating Canopy Structures to Photosynthesis – Grayson Badgley, Carnegie Institution for Science
  3.  A Comparison of Carbon Dioxide and Water Vapor Fluxes Between Winter Wheat and Tallgrass Prairie Ecosystems in Oklahoma – Rajen Bajgain, University of Oklahoma
  4.  A Network Designed to Monitor Ecosystem-Atmosphere Exchange within Varying Environmental Conditions in the Southern Great Plains of the United States – Jeffrey Basara, University of Oklahoma
  5.  Forest Age and Gross Primary Productivity Explain Annual Net Forest Carbon Balance – Simon Besnard, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
  6.  Three Years of N2O Flux Measurements with Three Different Methods: A Comparison – Shannon Brown, University of Guelph
  7.  Connecting Flux and Remote Sensing Communities: New Tools to Couple Time-and-Space-Synchronized Flux Tower Data with Proximal and Remote Sensing Data – George Burba, LI-COR Biosciences
  8.  Static Pressure-Wind Covariance and Coherent Structures at Two Subalpine Forest Sites – Sean Burns, University of Colorado
  9.  Fluxes of N2O at an Intensively Grazed Dairy Farm in New Zealand – David Campbell, University of Waikato
  10.  Identifying Drivers of Divergent Methane Flux Patterns and Budgets from Restored Wetlands – Samuel Chamberlain, University of California, Berkeley
  11.  A Drought Indicator Reflecting Ecosystem Responses to Water Availability – Kuang-Yu Chang, University of California, Davis
  12.  Aerodynamic Canopy Height: A Simple Metric of Canopy Dynamics Derived from AmeriFlux Tower Data – Housen Chu, UC Berkeley
  13.  Steps Towards Interoperable Flux Data: Affiliating NEON Sites with AmeriFlux and FLUXNET – David Durden, National Ecological Observatory Network Project
  14.  Problems of Non-linearity of Sonic Temperature Measured with Gill WindMaster Pro Anemometers – Elke Eichelmann, University of California, Berkeley
  15.  Measurements and Modeling of Carbon Turnover Rates in Tropical Forest Soils – Kari Finstad, Lawrence Livermore National Library
  16.  Linking Optical Metrics (CCI, & SIF) to Photosynthetic Phenology in Boreal Forests – John Gamon, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and University of Alberta-Edmonton
  17.  On Correcting Overestimation of Flux Tower-derived Estimates of Ecosystem Respiration and Gross Primary Production – Tagir Gilmanov, Gilmanov Research and Consulting, LLP
  18.  NPP Model Fitting in Frequeny Domain for CO2 Flux Partitioning, Gap-Filling and Linking with Remote-Sensing Data – Gabriel Hmimina, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  19.  Gap Filling of Long-Period Flux Data Gaps Using Data-Driven Approach – Minseok Kang, National Center for AgroMeterology, Korea
  20.  Monitoring Flows of Energy, Matter and Information in Rural Villages in Arusha, Tanzania – Joon Kim, Seoul National University
  21.  Deriving Physiologically Meaningful Stomatal Parameters from Eddy Covariance Data – Juergen Knauer, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
  22. Impact of the 2015 El Niño–Southern Oscillation on Fluxes of an Oil Palm Plantation in Indonesia – Alexander Knohl, University of Goettingen
  23.  Seasonality of Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchanges in Water-Limited Mediterranean Ecosystems and CO2 Releases During Drought – Ana Meijide, University of Granada
  24.  Multiple Controls on Soil Respiration Along the Coastal Plains Forests of North Carolina – Bhaskar Mitra, North Carolina State University
  25.  Deriving Ecosystem Water Strategy and Transpiration Estimates Through Carbon:Water Interactions – Jacob Nelson, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
  26.  Soil Respiration in Eddy Covariance Footprints: A Critical Look at Researcher Needs – Nick Nickerson, Eosense, Inc.
  27.  Impact of CO2 Storage Flux Sampling Uncertainty on Net Ecosystem Exchange Measured by Eddy Covariance – Giacomo Nicolini, University of Tuscia
  28.  Modeling Effects of Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD) on CH4 Fluxes from Managed Wetlands and Rice – Patty Oikawa, California State University East Bay
  29.  A Systematic Review of Large-Scale Controls of the Partitioning of Precipitation – Ryan Padrón, ETH Zurich
  30.  Introducing the WMO Commission for Agricultural Meteorology Task Team on Flux Measurements for Agriculture – Elizabeth Pattey, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada & WMO-CAgM Task Team
  31.  Upside-Down Fluxes Down Under: Net Carbon Uptake in Winter in a Temperate Eucalypt Woodland – Elise Pendall, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment
  32.  Unraveling ET Components with Above/Subcanopy Eddy Covariance Systems and Independent Lysimeter and Sapflow Estimates in a Mediterranean Savannah – Oscar Perez-Priego, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
  33.  Remote Sensing of Global Terrestrial CO2 and Land Surface Energy Balances at 1km, Daily Resolutions Derived from Breathing Earth System Simulator (BESS v2) – Youngryel Ryu, Seoul National University
  34.  The Systematic Uncertainty of Eddy Covariance Fluxes Due to the Post-Field Raw Data Processing – Simone Sabbatini, University of Tuscia
  35.  Using Distributed Temperature Sensing to Get a Better Insight in Heat Fluxes and Energy Exchange in Complex Ecosystems – Bart Schilperoort, Delft University of Technology
  36.  Reproducible Quality Checking of Eddy Covariance Data with R Software Package Eddyczechr – Ladislav Šigut, Global Change Research Institute CAS
  37.  Snow Damage Strongly Reduces the Strength of the Carbon Sink in a Primary Subtropical Evergreen Broadleaved Forest – Qinghai Song, Xishuangbanna Tripical botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  38.  Carbon Dioxide and Methane Fluxes of Thawing Boreal Forest-Wetland Landscapes in Northwestern Canada – Oliver Sonnentag, University of Montreal
  39.  Surface Renewal Satellite Towers for Gap-Filling Eddy Covariance Sensible Heat Flux – Kosana Suvocarev, University of Arkansas
  40.  Disentangling Biotic and Climatic Effects on Annually Variability In Water Use Efficiency Across Terestrial Ecosystems in China – Shaoqiang Wang, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China Academy of Sciences
  41.  Mountain-valley Flow Impacts on Canopy Turbulence and Gradients in Open and Closed Canopies – Sonia Wharton, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  42. Subcanopy Flux Measurements in Forest Ecosystems – Sebastian Wolf, ETH Zurich, Department of Environmental Systems Science
  43.  Carbon-Water Interactions During Warm Spring and Summer Drought – Sebastian Wolf, ETH Zurich, Department of Environmental Systems Science
  44.  Changing Phenology and Productivity in North American Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems – Rong Yu, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  45.  On the Relationship Between Sub-Daily Instantaneous GPP and Daily Total GPP: Implications for Interpreting Satellite SIF Measurements – Yao Zhang, University of Oklahoma
  46.  Estimation of the Light Use Efficiency Using in situ Hyperspectral and Eddy Covariance Measurements – Feng Zhang, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  47.  Direct and Indirect Contributions of Meteorological Factors to Evapotranspiration Over a Maize Ecosystem – Li Zhou, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences
  48.  A New Software Suite Offering Corrected Online Fluxes, Post-processing for Raw Data and Network Management for Campbell Scientific Integrated Eddy Covariance Systems – Xinhua Zhou, Campbell Scientific
  49.  Integration of Flux Tower Observations and Satellite Imagery for Crop Evaportranspiration Mapping – Yufang Jin, UC Davis
  50.  Ecohydrologic Research Using Flux Towers In Canada, Costa Rica and Brazil – Mark Johnson, The University of British Columbia