Global correlation matrix spectra of the surface temperature of the oceans from random matrix theory to Poisson fluctuations

@article{Santosa2020GlobalCM,
title={Global correlation matrix spectra of the surface temperature of the oceans from random matrix theory to Poisson fluctuations},
author={Eucymara F. N. Santosa and A. L. R. Barbosa and Paulo Jos{\'e} Duarte-Neto},
journal={Physics Letters A},
year={2020},
volume={384},
pages={126689}
}

Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics

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