Remotely sensed resilience of tropical forests

Remotely sensed resilience of tropical forests

Jan Verbesselt, Nikolaus Umlauf, Marina Hirota, Milena Holmgren, Egbert H. Van Nes, Martin Herold, Achim Zeileis, Marten Scheffer

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Agradecimentos: This research was partly funded by a Marie-Curie IRG grant within the European Community’s Seventh Framework Program to J.V. (268423, http://bfast.r-forge.r-project.org) and by the ERC-Early Warning grant and Spinoza award received by M.S. We thank Y. Liu for the global VOD AMSR-E...

Recent work suggests that episodes of drought and heat can bring forests across climate zones to a threshold for massive tree mortality1. As complex systems approach a threshold for collapse they tend to exhibit a loss of resilience, as reflected in declining recovery rates from perturbations2....

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Remotely sensed resilience of tropical forests

Jan Verbesselt, Nikolaus Umlauf, Marina Hirota, Milena Holmgren, Egbert H. Van Nes, Martin Herold, Achim Zeileis, Marten Scheffer


										

Remotely sensed resilience of tropical forests

Jan Verbesselt, Nikolaus Umlauf, Marina Hirota, Milena Holmgren, Egbert H. Van Nes, Martin Herold, Achim Zeileis, Marten Scheffer

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    Nature climate change

    Vol. 6 (Nov., 2016), p. 1028-1031