Workshop on Early Warning Signs
Early Warning Signs for Abrupt Transitions
Several subsystems of the earth might undergo abrupt transitions under sustained global warming. Predicting such a tipping event is a very complex task, and the detection of Early Warning Signs (EWS) is an active field of research.
In the workshop "Early Warning Signs for Abrupt Transitions", researchers present recent results on Early Warning Signs and discuss challenges in advancing the theory and application of EWS.
When and where?
The workshop takes place online on 13 October 2021.
The event is organized by
- Peter Ashwin, University of Exeter,
- Niklas Boers, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, and
- Kerstin Lux, Technical University of Munich.
It will take place under the EU Horizon 2020 funded project "TiPES – Tipping Points in the Earth System". Also, non-TiPES members are invited to participate. For information on speakers, schedule, and registration please visit Early Warning Signs for Abrupt Transitions.