Detecting hotspots of atmosphere-vegetation interaction via slowing down – Part 1 : A stochastic approach

@inproceedings{Bathiany2012DetectingHO,
  title={Detecting hotspots of atmosphere-vegetation interaction via slowing down – Part 1 : A stochastic approach},
  author={Sebastian Bathiany and Martin Claussen and Klaus Fraedrich},
  year={2012}
}
This discussion paper is/has been under review for the journal Earth System Dynamics (ESD). Please refer to the corresponding final paper in ESD if available. Abstract An analysis of so-called Early Warning Signals (EWS) is proposed to identify the spatial origin of a sudden transition that results from a loss in stability of a current state. EWS, such as rising variance and autocorrelation, can be indicators of an increased relaxation time (slowing down). One particular problem of EWS-based… CONTINUE READING