The 6th annual flux course will take place the University of Colorado Mountain Research Station from the 15th through the 26th of July this summer. The fluxcourse (http://www.fluxcourse.org/) seeks to cross train attendees in measurement techniques and advanced modeling approaches for quantifying carbon and water fluxes between the atmosphere and the biosphere. The course will be offered to 24 graduate students, post-docs and early career scientists.
Topics will include: flux measurements at the leaf level; modeling leaf CO2 and H2O fluxes; eddy covariance measurements; use of stable isotopes to infer ecosystem-atmosphere fluxes; predictions of fluxes from satellite observations; canopy flux models; assimilation of flux observations and satellite remote sensing data into ecosystem process models; and Bayesian approaches to modeling.
Attendees stay at the University of Colorado Mountain Research Station, near Boulder, Colorado, USA (dormitory style accommodation).
Applications to attend – please go to the website for application details: http://www.fluxcourse.org/contact.html
DEADLINE: New application deadline is April 12, 2013. Selections will be announced by April 15, 2013.
FEES: $2500 for course fees, room and board (includes all meals); but you must provide your own means of transportation to Boulder, Colorado.
SCHOLARSHIPS: We are pleased to announce that this year the AMERIFLUX network will provide a limited number of scholarship which will cover the fees (not travel). Details and ELEGIBILTY information to follow. Students from institutions in the Americas are eligible.
Dennis Baldocchi (University of California), Carl Bernacchi (University of Illinois), Mike Dietze (University of Illinois), Deborah Huntzinger (Northern Arizona University), Larry Jacobsen (Campbell Scientific, Inc.), Andrew Fox & Hank Loescher (NEON, Inc.), Pat Morgan and George Burba (LI-COR Biosciences), Marcy Litvak (Univ New Mexico), Russell Monson, David Moore and Shirley Papuga (University of Arizona), Dario Papale (University of Tuscia – Viterbo), Tristan Quaife (Reading University), Dave Schimel (NASA JPL), Paul Stoy (Montana State), Ed Swiatek (Campbell Scientific, Inc.), Diane Pataki (Univ. Utah), John Zobitz (Augsburg College). (This list may change slightly)
Dr. Dave Moore, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona
Please send questions or applications by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Email a CV, and a statement as to why you want to participate in the course and how you anticipate it helping your research.
Arrange to have a letter/email sent from your major advisor supporting your application.
Assistant Prof. of Land Atmosphere Interactions
Dept. of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences
Montana State University
334 Leon Johnson Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717
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