Cascading regime shifts within and across scales

@article{Rocha2018CascadingRS,
  title={Cascading regime shifts within and across scales},
  author={Juan C Rocha and G. Peterson and {\"O}. Bodin and S. Levin},
  journal={Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={362},
  pages={1379 - 1383}
}
  • Juan C Rocha, G. Peterson, +1 author S. Levin
  • Published 2018
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Science
  • Cascading effects of regime shifts The potential for regime shifts and critical transitions in ecological and Earth systems, particularly in a changing climate, has received considerable attention. However, the possibility of interactions between such shifts is poorly understood. Rocha et al. used network analysis to explore whether critical transitions in ecosystems can be coupled with each other, even when far apart (see the Perspective by Scheffer and van Nes). They report different types of… CONTINUE READING
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