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.
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 here for a graphic showing how the project has developed since 2004.
I co-organised a BACI/BASi workshop Progress on Biosphere-Atmosphere-Change indices at the Max Planck Institute in Jena (DE) 4-5th Feb 2019 with Markus Reichstein and Miguel Mahecha from the Empirical Inference of the Earth System research group.
I co-organised the iLEAPS 5th Science Conference at the Saïd Business School in Oxford, U.K., 11-14th September 2017. 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).