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In 2013, the community of mathematical scientists and educators focused its collective attention on the mathematics of planet Earth. In the course of the year, a grassroots organization grew into

In 2013, the community of mathematical scientists and educators focused its collective attention on the mathematics of planet Earth. In the course of the year, a grassroots organization grew into an international partnership of more than 150 scientific societies, universities, research institutes, and organizations. The project, known as “Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013” (MPE2013), received the patronage of UNESCO and was a truly unique event.

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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1063/1.4915260
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    Anderies, John M., Kaper, Hans G., Shuckburgh, Emily F., & Zagaris, Antonios (2015). Introduction to Focus Issue: Nonlinear Dynamics for Planet Earth. CHAOS, 25(3), 0-0. http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4915260

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