Visitors since
2013-08-30
   

visitors


Shiping Chen

Shiping Chen   [email]
Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Sept 2013-Sept 2014

Interests include measuring water and carbon fluxes of grasslands in Mongolia


Eva Rubio

Eva Rubio   [email]
University of Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain


August - October, 2013

Interacting on carbon, water and energy fluxes of Mediterranean ecosystems.


Jordi Vila

Jordi Vila   [email]
Wageningen University


July and August, 2013

Working on PBL-Land surface interactions


Dario Papale

Dario Papale   
University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy


Summer 2013

Working on merging FLUXNET and AmeriFlux, advising LBL and the Biomet Lab on next generation FLUXNET database.

Mid August to Mid September, 2002.

Fluxnet Visiting Scientists. Worked on the use of neural networks to fill gaps in data and to produce integrated data sets for spatial integration of fluxes. We also started a synthesis of geographic variation of factors affecting carbon fluxes of ecosystems.


Markus Reichstein

Markus Reichstein   
Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany


July-August, 2011


Beniamino Gioli

Beniamino Gioli   
Biometeorology Institute, CNR, Firenze, Italia


June-August 2010


Josep Penuelas

Josep Penuelas   
Center for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona


May, 2009, May, 2011, Feb, 2013......


Sebastiaan Luyssaert

Sebastiaan Luyssaert   
University of Antwerp


Jan, 2009


Paul Stoy

Paul Stoy   
University of Edinburgh


Sept, 2008

FLUXNET Visiting Scientist


Dimmie Hendriks

Dimmie Hendriks   
Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands


June 2008

Methane emissions with eddy covariance


KT Paw U

KT Paw U   
University of California-Davis. Oct 2005


Sabbatical in Berkeley


Jose Fuentes

Jose Fuentes   
University of Virginia


June-July 2005. 

Working on Biosphere-Atmosphere Intereactions, including couple ET- PBL Modeling


Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe

Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe   
Princeton University


Visiting Miller Professor, Jan-Feb, 2004.

Working on using FLUXNET database to test theories on ecohydrology


Ying Ping Wang

Ying Ping Wang   
CSIRO, Atmospheric Physics, Aspendale, Australia


April 19-May 7, 2004.

Working on FLUXNET data and optimization theory to predict the seasonality of photosynthetic capacity.


Yadvinder Malhi

Yadvinder Malhi   [email]
University of Edinburgh


April, 2003. Fluxnet Visitor.

Working on developing bioclimatic indices on the basis of derived variables (e.g. GPP, water balance) from the FLUXNET database.


Alexander Knohl

Alexander Knohl   
Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany


Late Nov to early Dec, 2002. Fluxnet Visitor.

Worked on implementing the CANOAK-ISOTOPE model for use at the Hainich EuroFlux/Fluxnet site. We also made improvements to the Dispersion Matrix code that is linked to CANOAK. (we also got him involved in our weekly soccer games and he made us great apple streudel).


Rob Clement

Rob Clement   
Edinburgh University


Mid September, 2002.

Compiling raw datasets of turbulence data to examine the role of low frequencies and long averaging on flux covariances. Producing standard software for data processing and viewing.


Riccardo Valentini

Riccardo Valentini   
University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy


Mid August to Mid September, 2002. Fluxnet Visiting Scientists.

Worked on the use of neural networks to fill gaps in data and to produce integrated data sets for spatial integration of fluxes. We also started a synthesis of geographic variation of factors affecting carbon fluxes of ecosystems.


Joon Kim

Joon Kim   
Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea


August 2002 through July 2003. Sabbatical Scientist

Director of KoFlux, working on Fluxnet and Flux footprint projects.


Peter Levy

Peter Levy   [email]
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK


July, 2001. Fluxnet visiting scientist.

Evaluated representativeness of flux towers using flux footprint models and high resolution satellite images of canopy structure.


Kai Morgenstern

Kai Morgenstern   [email]
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC


September to October, 2001. Fluxnet visiting scientist.

Compiled raw turbulence data from an array of canopy sites. Is investigating the role of canopy roughness on turbulence spectra and CO2-w cospectra.


Francesca Ponti

Francesca Ponti   
Bologna University


Nov, 2000 to April 2001,

Soil respiration of grasslands and oak savanna. Using carbon isotopes to estimate fractions of root and soil respiration.


Francis M.'Tatoo' Kelliher

Francis M.'Tatoo' Kelliher   
Manaaki Whenua-Lancare Research, New Zealand


July 1, 2000 to August 18, 2000.

Measuring soil respiration and flux profiles in a ponderosa pine stand.


Laurent Misson

Laurent Misson   
Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium


January to March, 2001.

Modeling the effect of soil moisture deficits on stomatal conductance.

Laurent returned to Berkeley working as a postdoc in the Goldstein lab, through 2006. And he served as host for DDB's sabbatical in Montpellier, France in 2007. Laurent tragically died in a skiing accident in the Alps in 2010.

         
    This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation and US Department of Energy. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the supporters.