Data from: Rising variability, not slowing down, as a leading indicator of a stochastically driven abrupt transition in a dryland ecosystem

Chen N, Jayaprakash C, Yu K, Guttal V, Ning C

Date Published: July 26, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gg1fk

 

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Title Time series of grass cover, annual rainfall, and data to trends of early warning signals for critical and stochastic transitions needed to produce Figure 3
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Description "data_cn.csv" includes data of gras cover and annual rainfall. "Chenetal-theory-ews-cric-stochastic.nb" computes trends of early warning signals for critical and stochastic transitions needed to produce Figure 3 of the manuscript.
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