1st Oct, 2022

Assiut University

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Asked 30th Sep, 2022

Please, I need, if available, some important research papers which relate the theory of dynamical systems to climate change. Also, in general, I know there are a lot of published research articles that relate dynamical systems to many applications. But, are there papers that research centers and governments depend on that before taking any procedures? I mean, are there papers, especially on climate change and the environment, which are not only in theory but have practical applications?

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Dynamical Models for Climate Change

Dargan M. W. Frierson1

(1)Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington, 351640, 98195-1640 Seattle, WA, USA.

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Fellow researcher,

Chaos theory, which is a branch of dynamical systems was founded by the study of the Lorenz attractor (butterfly diagram). Edward Lorenz was a meteorologist and this attractor was introduced by him as a consequence of its simplified mathematical model for atmospheric convection. So yes, climate study and dynamical systems are interlinked since the beginning and I recommend Strogatz's "Nonlinear Dynamics And Chaos" for a overview with applications to climate change or "Nonlinear Dynamics in Weather and Climate" for a more specialized text. It is worth to mention that climate change also involve stochastic processes so consulting also works like "Stochastic resonance in climatic change" is important for you repertoire.

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