Data will be downloaded from the Zenodo repository
Sapflow measurements from around the world
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SAPFLUXNET is an initiative aiming at compiling a global database of sap flow measurements in plants led by CREAF researchers and an international team of collaborators. The main goal of SAPFLUXNET is to advance in the scientific understanding of the ecological factors driving plant transpiration across the globe.
SAPFLUXNET began as a 3-year project starting in October 2015 at CREAF and funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness MINECO (Grant Nº CGL2014-55883-JIN).
SAPFLUXNET is available to everyone via Zenodo website.
Please acknowledge the use of SAPFLUXNET by citing the SAPFLUXNET data paper or the Zenodo dataset, if the data paper is still unpublished.
When a small subset of SAPFLUXNET datasets are used, acknowledgement via citation of original publications presenting individual datasets should be considered.
Please use the sapfluxnetr package to access the SAPFLUXNET database, once downloaded.
sapfluxnetr v0.1.1R package has been released
Description of ongoing data syntheses and other papers using SAPFLUXNET data.
|Leading author||Institution||Topic/Tentative title||Stage|
|Víctor Flo||CREAF||Analysis of hydrometeorological drivers of tree transpiration shows a dominant role of vapour pressure deficit across biomes||Manuscript in process|
|David Forrester||WSL||The symmetry or asymmetry of competition for water||Manuscript in process|
|Víctor Granda||JRU CREAF-CTFC||Discover, analyse and visualize sap flow data: the sapfluxnetr package||Manuscript in process|
|Rafael Poyatos||CREAF||Global patterns of tree transpiration||Experimental design|
|Sacha Khoury, David Coomes||Cambridge University||Ground versus remote estimations of water flow in contrasting forests||Experimental design|
|Diego Miralles||Ghent University||Testing model-based and satellite-based quantifications of ecosystem transpiration||Experimental design|
|Alison Prior, Colin Prentice||Imperial College London||Testing carbon-water optimality hypotheses using sap flow data||Experimental design|
The paper in bold is the data paper presenting SAPFLUXNET, where all contributors will be listed as co-authors.
The paper in italics corresponds to the paper to be co-authored by all SAPFLUXNET data contributors whose data are used.