Data Processing



  EFDC – European Fluxes Database Cluster
Ecosystem fluxes from various research projects
  FLUXNET – Eddy Covariance Flux Database
Ecosystem fluxes from over 1,500 site-years of data from 212 sites
  TRY – Plant Trait Database
Quantifying and scaling global plant trait diversity
6.9 million trait records, 148,000 plant taxa, largely open access
  Harmonized World Soil Database
30 arc-second raster database with over 15 000 different soil mapping units
  EuroPhen – European Phenology Camera Network
Website that will help those interested in phenology to better understand the seasonal changes of different species.
  ESDL – Earth System Data Lab
The Earth System Data Lab (ESDL) seeks to be a service to the scientific community to greatly facilitate access and exploitation of multivariate data sets in Earth Sciences.



  ICOS Switzerland
ICOS Switzerland is the Swiss contribution to the Integrated Carbon Observation System Research Infrastructure ICOS RI and is a cooperation of several research institutes
  ICOS – Integrated Carbon Obseration System
ICOS is an organisation of twelve member countries and over 130 greenhouse gases measuring stations aimed at quantifying and understanding the greenhouse gas balance of the Europe and neighbouring regions. ICOS data is openly available at the Carbon Portal, a one-stop shop for all ICOS data products.
  ICOS – Ecosystem Thematic Centre
This website host the ICOS Ecosystem Thematic Centre construction phase, providing all the information available and introducing the actual network of sites. The sections available on the top bar menu offer access to the documentation, working groups for protocols and demonstration experiment sites.
  ICOS Carbon Portal
Here you can discover, visualize and download European greenhouse gas data



  • Jupyter notebook: Free software, open standards, and web services for interactive computing across all programming languages.
  • miniconda: a free minimal installer for conda. It is a small bootstrap version of Anaconda that includes only conda, Python, the packages they both depend on, and a small number of other useful packages (like pip, zlib, and a few others). If you need more packages, use the conda install command to install from thousands of packages available by default in Anaconda’s public repo, or from other channels, like conda-forge or bioconda.
  • pipx: Install and run Python applications in isolated environments.
  • Poetry: Python packaging and dependency management.
  • Python: Python is a programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively.
  • R: a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.


Swiss FluxNet Hub

  Swiss FluxNet Hub
Collection of (often internal) links used by the SFN Team.
(Icon downloaded from Wikimedia Commons)


Last Updated on 17 Feb 2024 01:02