Emergent patterns in nature and society

Interactive Map of Eutrophication & Hypoxia | World Resources Institute

The World Resource Institute recently launched an interactive map of Eutrophication and Hypoxia based on the database collected by professors Robert Diaz and Rutger Rosenberg. It presents a nice visualization of where hypoxia happens the most and the different degrees of severity of the regime shift. This is the link to the WRI page where you can play with the map:

Interactive Map of Eutrophication & Hypoxia | World Resources Institute.

You can actually download the dataset here; and for the interested reader, here is the paper and our description in the Regime Shifts Database.

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