Topic 7: Flux and remote sensing, merging data products, future directions. 1. Databases (new-generation flux maps). Make them available (online or offline) Self-explanatory file format (e.g., NetCDF ) Gridded Flux Subsets ? (similar to MODIS Subsets )
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Topic 7: Flux and remote sensing, merging data products, future directions
1. Databases (new-generation flux maps)
2. Future directions
Data Management/User Support
Deb Agarwal – Berkeley Lab
Gilberto Pastorello – Univ. of Alberta
FLUXNET and Remote Sensing: Open workshop
Berkeley, June 2011
FLUXCOM(P) – Intro for discussion
Common question: How do we make use of the information from FLUXNET at site level and integrate with “global data” (remote sensing, reanalysis)?
Wind fields, Transport modelling
Remote sensingandmeteofields, „Biosphere“ modelling
Spatially explicit fluxestimates