FLUXNET


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FLUXNETFlux Network
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Fluxnet was established in 1997 with the support of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa).
To measure how ecosystems exchange carbon and water with the atmosphere, Fluxnet stations rely on state-of-the-art micrometeorological tools and a standard method, called the eddy covariance method.
In the second study, a team led by Miguel Mahecha also used data from FLUXNET to demonstrate that the effect of short-term temperature variations on respiration in ecosystems is remarkably consistent around the world.
5 Observatory to Study the Water Cycle AmeriFlux 60 1996 Present Varies (5-200) Snowpack 352 1994 Present 5, 20, 50, 100 Telemetry North Caroline 36 1999 Present 20 ECONet Alberta 28 2003 Present 5, 20, 50, 100 Agriculture and Rural Development Enviro-Weather 80 1999 Present 4, 10 Michigan South Dakota 11 2001 Present 5, 10, 20, 50, Automated 100 Weather Network Water and 19 1998 2012 Varies (5-50) Environmnetal Research Center Missouri 31 2001 Present 5 Agricultural Electronic Bulletin Board FluxNet Canada 21 1998 Present Varies (2.
Baldocchi, 2008: Global estimates of the land-atmosphere water flux based on monthly AVHRR and ISLSCP-II data, validated at 16 FLUXNET sites.
The IASOA Atmosphere-Surface Exchanges Working Group is working to standardize methods across observatories to create a consistent product that can be archived with the global FluxNet (www .
While the FLUXNET community (and thus the upscaling approach) has at least started to address the problem of representativity in complex terrain (Baldocchi et al.
2] exchange cycle at a FLUXNET site in an alpine valley (Wohlfahrt et al.