August 9th Keno Riechers gave a talk titled “Glacial abrupt climate change as a multi-scale phenomenon resulting from monostable excitable dynamics”.
International media have featured quite a few stories about tipping points in the climate system. Some of these reports have been worrying. Others are less disturbing. In this blog, you can read about tipping points, why they cause concern among … Continued
Peter Ashwin from university of Exeter presented on June 21st 2023 on “Quasipotentials for coupled escape problems and the gate-height bifurcation”. The study behind the presentation is; P Ashwin, J Creaser, K Tsaneva-Atanasova (2023) Quasipotentials for coupled escape problems and … Continued
Once again TiPES researchers did an excellent job disseminating their findings at the European Geophysical Union (EGU) Annual General Assembly held in Vienna in April. TiPES was the (co-)convener of multiple sessions spanning over Tipping points, resilience, and stochasticity in … Continued
Valerio Lucarini presented a recent paper “A Critical Analysis of Optimal Fingerprinting Methods for Climate Change through the Lens of Linear Response Theory” authored by Valerio Lucarini and Mickaël Chekroun on January 27th as part of the TiPES webinar series. … Continued
The TiPES project has provided information and insight about tipping points in the Earth’s system.The project has advanced the theory and mathematics of tipping points, developed new methods to analyse and understand past climates, improved the understanding of climate tipping … Continued
TiPES researchers were finally able to meet after that being prevented by COVID for almost the length of the project. We gathered at Dartington hall nearby University of Exeter to have our second general assembly. The focus was on the … Continued
A Policy Brief for the EU says that taking advantage of groundbreaking research and having science and policy working collaboratively is the only way to prevent the destabilization of major Earth system tipping elements and avoiding the critical thresholds known … Continued