Ample time will be left for questions and discussions after the oral presentations.
Discussion groups, led by a coordinator, will be organized on specific key topics according to the interests of participants.
Topics for the discussion groups may include: characterizing spatio-temporal variability in plant water and soil water isotopic composition; methodological issues in extracting sap water and soil water, and in analyzing plant samples with mass spectrometry and laser spectroscopy; methods to assess how old is the water stored in plants; use of additional ecohydrological tracers.
Significant outcomes and research needs emerging from the discussion groups will support the preparation of one or more short papers that that will be submitted to Science of the Total Environment as Short Communications, and/or to Plant and Soil as Mini Reviews, and/or Hydrological Processes as Invited Commentary.
The workshop program is available here (program).