Current investigations of land-atmosphere interactions tend to cross disciplines to study the main feedback and coupling of this multi-scale and multi-physical system. This workshop will revise the state-of-the art of land-atmosphere interactions encouraging to establish future links between atmospheric process to the ones that occur at the vegetation and soil level. Invited lecturers with different background will present how the combination of experiments and process studies can improve the representation of the land-atmosphere at different spatial and temporal scales and unravel the feedbacks between land and atmosphere, including cloud effects. Particular attention will be paid to the regional scale because of its capacity of bridging down between the vegetation-soil processes and the large atmospheric synoptic scales.
We encourage PhD and postpdocs to particiapte in the workshop.