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  List of Accepted Contributions - IS37 - NP1.02/ES5 The butterfly effect and other monsters of nonlinear geosciences: what is to be learnt? (co-organized by NP & ES)

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Zvelebil, J.; Nechyba, M.; Vilimek, V.
How Risky is Our Risk Management: Dynamical Networks Approach

Daviaud, F.; Laj, C.
Chaos in a simple deterministic system

Gaonacíh, H.
Communicating extreme event science over multiple educational scales

Schertzer, D.; Lovejoy, S. ; Tchiguirinskaia, I.
Complex space-time systems and their striking differences from complex time systems

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