FLUXCOM Workshop, 2017
Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany
The FLUXCOM initiative (www.fluxcom.org) has produced a large ensemble of (new) FLUXNET derived global products of carbon and energy fluxes. As these data products are opening up for the scientific community, we will organize a workshop to bring together the „producers” and the potential „users“ of the data products.
The workshop will focus on the potential applications related to model evaluation, informing inversion approaches, corroborating with new remote sensing data streams, synthesizing budgets, solving puzzles, etc. In particular, the workshop will deal with four broad themes:
- FLUXCOM - what's behind.
- Evaluations and cross-consistency checks of the global products.
- Future avenues.
As we hope to have a lot of good discussions for putting together ideas, all sessions will be organized as plenary with no break-out groups.
Therefore, FLUXCOM designed two complementary strategies:
Using exclusively remote sensing data at 8-daily temporal resolution (RS). This allows for generating flux products at high spatial resolution for the period after the year 2000, and without requiring uncertain gridded meteorological data.
Using meteorological data together with the mean seasonal cycle of the remote sensing data at daily temporal resolution (RS+METEO). This allows for generating flux products at coarse spatial but with high temporal resolution for longer time periods (e.g. since 1980). The additional uncertainty due to meteorological data sets is assessed by using several different meteorological forcing products.
|Martin Jung||Sophia Walther|
|Markus Reichstein||Christian Rödenbeck|
|Kazuhito Ichii||Masayuki Kondo|
|Gustau Camps-Valls||Forrest M. Hoffman|
|Ciais Philippe||Ying Sun|
|Miguel Mahecha||Chongya Jiang|
|A. Anthony Bloom||Jitendra (JItu) Kumar|
|Anders Ahlström||Julia Marshall|
|Youngryel Ryu||Paul Bodesheim|
|Gianluca Tramontana||Jakob Zscheischler|
|Alessandro Cescatti||Ulrich Weber|
|Gregory Duveiller||Fabian Gans|
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