Unexpected dominance of high frequencies in chaotic nonlinear population models

@article{Cohen1995UnexpectedDO,
  title={Unexpected dominance of high frequencies in chaotic nonlinear population models},
  author={Joel E. Cohen},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1995},
  volume={378},
  pages={610-612}
}
BECAUSSE water has a higher heat capacity than air, large bodies of water fluctuate in temperature more slowly than does the atmosphere1. Marine temperature time series are 'redder' than atmospheric temperature time series by analogy to light: in red light, low-frequency variability has greater amplitude than high-frequency variability, whereas in white light all frequencies have the same amplitude2. Differences in the relative importance of high-and low-frequency variability in different… CONTINUE READING
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