by CEH (July 2018)
iLEAPS is a Global Research Project of Future Earth providing understanding of how interacting physical, chemical and biological processes transport and transform energy and matter through the land-atmosphere interface.
See here for a graphic showing how the project has developed since 2004.
I co-organised the iLEAPS 5th Science Conference at the Saïd Business School in Oxford, U.K., 11-14th September 2017. My main work for iLEAPS now is to develop analyses based on the Earth System Data Cube in collaboration with Max Planck Institut in Jena (DE) and ESA/ESRIN in Frascati (IT). See my talk here for details (slides 5-7 about my ideas on land surface coupling strength and slides 14-21 describe current progress on the new iLEAPS BASi and component data products).