By Jakob Kotas

Mathematics, University of Portland, Portland OR USA

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Students are introduced to the concept of a bifurcation in a first-order ordinary differential equation through a modeling scenario involving atmospheric carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is taken as a parameter and temperature is a function of time.

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  • Jakob Kotas (2020), "1-010-Text-S-AtmosphericCO2Bifurcation," https://www.simiode.org/resources/6797.

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