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  Climate tipping point interactions and cascades

Wunderling, N., von der Heydt, A., Aksenov, Y., Barker, S., Bastiaansen, R., Brovkin, V., Brunetti, M., Couplet, V., Kleinen, T., Lear, C. H., Lohmann, J., Roman-Cuesta, R. M., Sinet, S., Swingedouw, D., Winkelmann, R., Anand, P., Barichivich, J., Bathiany, S., Baudena, M., Bruun, J. T., Chiessi, C. M., Coxall, H. K., Docquier, D., Donges, J. F., Falkena, S. K. J., Klose, A. K., Obura, D., Rocha, J., Rynders, S., Steinert, N. J., Willeit, M. (2023): Climate tipping point interactions and cascades. - In: Lenton, T., Armstrong McKay, D., Loriani, S., Abrams, J., Lade, S., Donges, J. F., Milkoreit, M., Powell, T., Smith, S., Zimm, C., Buxton, J., Bailey, E., Laybourn, L., Ghadiali, A., Dyke, J. (Eds.), The Global Tipping Points Report 2023, Exeter : University of Exeter, 144-154.

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Wunderling, Nico1, Author              
von der Heydt, Anna2, Author
Aksenov, Yevgeny2, Author
Barker, Stephen2, Author
Bastiaansen, Robbin2, Author
Brovkin , Victor1, Author
Brunetti, Maura2, Author
Couplet, Victor2, Author
Kleinen, Thomas2, Author
Lear, Caroline H.2, Author
Lohmann, Johannes2, Author
Roman-Cuesta, Rosa M.2, Author
Sinet, Sacha2, Author
Swingedouw, Didier2, Author
Winkelmann, Ricarda1, Author              
Anand, Pallavi2, Author
Barichivich, Jonathan2, Author
Bathiany, Sebastian2, Author
Baudena, Mara2, Author
Bruun, John T.2, Author
Chiessi, Cristiano M.2, AuthorCoxall, Helen K.2, AuthorDocquier, David2, AuthorDonges, Jonathan Friedemann1, Author              Falkena, Swinda K. J.2, AuthorKlose, Ann Kristin1, Author              Obura, David2, AuthorRocha, Juan2, AuthorRynders, Stefanie2, AuthorSteinert, Norman J.2, AuthorWilleit, Matteo1, Author               more..
1Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, ou_persistent13              
2External Organizations, ou_persistent22              


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 Abstract: This chapter reviews interactions between climate tipping systems and assesses the potential risk of cascading effects. After a definition of tipping system interactions, we map out the current state of the literature on specific interactions between climate tipping systems that may be important for the overall stability of the climate system. For this, we gather evidence from model simulations, observations and conceptual understanding, as well as archetypal examples of palaeoclimate reconstructions where propagating transitions were potentially at play. This chapter concludes by identifying crucial knowledge gaps in tipping system interactions that should be resolved in order to improve risk assessments of cascading transitions under future climate change scenarios.


Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2023-12-062023-12-06
 Publication Status: Finally published
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PIKDOMAIN: RD1 - Earth System Analysis
Organisational keyword: FutureLab - Earth Resilience in the Anthropocene
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Title: The Global Tipping Points Report 2023
Source Genre: Collected Edition
Lenton, T.1, Editor
Armstrong McKay, D.I.1, Editor
Loriani, Sina2, Editor            
Abrams, J.F.1, Editor
Lade, S.J.1, Editor
Donges, Jonathan Friedemann2, Editor            
Milkoreit, M.1, Editor
Powell, T.1, Editor
Smith, S.R.1, Editor
Zimm, C.1, Editor
Buxton, J.E.1, Editor
Bailey, E.1, Editor
Laybourn, L.1, Editor
Ghadiali, A.1, Editor
Dyke, J.G.1, Editor
1 External Organizations, ou_persistent22            
2 Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, ou_persistent13            
Publ. Info: Exeter : University of Exeter
Pages: - Volume / Issue: - Sequence Number: - Start / End Page: 144 - 154 Identifier: -