Please note that the abstracts submitted to the four Themes have been divided into several Thematic Sessions! The oral and poster session programs are available under overall timetable.
The next generation of Earth System models will attempt to fully simulate the coupling among the physical, chemical and biological processes in terrestrial ecosystems, and to include biological and chemical processes involved in ecosystem-atmosphere interactions. These ambitious efforts require improved knowledge of processes and innovative observational approaches for obtaining the data needed to parameterise and evaluate the models.
We warmly invite papers covering the Conference Themes. The sessions are designed based on the main Themes and the submitted abstracts.
In particular we welcome papers on integrated Earth System and Earth observations, boundary layer dynamics (heat, mass, biosphere-atmosphere interactions, atmospheric chemistry and aerosols), land use/land cover changes and climate, integrative model evaluation (including isotopes), model evaluation and intercomparisons. Including humans in climate models, human drivers changing land ecosystem - atmosphere processes, extreme events vs gradual change, exchange between managed ecosystems and the atmosphere, regional land-climate research, teleconnections, biogeochemical feedbacks in the climate system, aerosol-climate interactions.
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