This workshop aims to survey the current state of the art in methodologies for early warning signals, with a view to extending and improving these and applying them to warn of impending critical transitions (tipping points) in natural systems. It will take place at the University of Exeter campus from midday on 7th to late afternoon on 8th December.
- Niklas Boers (Munich)
- Thomas Bury (McGill)
- Susanne Ditlevsen (Copenhagen)
- Martin Rypdal (Tromso)
Those attending the CriticalEarth Training event at Dartington Hall (Sunday-Thursday morning), there will be a bus transfer on Thursday morning from Dartington Hall to the University of Exeter.
You can register for this event until 10th November 2023 at
This workshop is supported by the EU Horizon 2020 project CriticalEarth, Grant Agreement 956170 (as Workshop 3: Early warning signals for critical transitions), by the EU Horizon 2020 project TiPES, Grant Agreement 820970, and by the Global Systems Institute of the University of Exeter.