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Regime change in meteorology

Sudden transitions between large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns — kinds of 'punctuated equilibria' — have a deterministic component that can be exploited to identify preferred dynamic cycles.

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Stewart, I. Regime change in meteorology. Nature 422, 571–572 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/422571a

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