We show persistence of both Anderson and dynamical localization in Schrödinger operators with non-positive (attractive) random decaying potential. We consider an Anderson-type Schrödinger operator with a non-positive ergodic random potential, and multiply the random potential by a decaying envelope function. If the envelope function decays slower than |x|-2 at infinity, we prove that the operator has infinitely many eigenvalues below zero. For envelopes decaying as |x|-α at infinity, we determine the number of bound states below a given energy E<0, asymptotically as α↓0. To show that bound states located at the bottom of the spectrum are related to the phenomenon of Anderson localization in the corresponding ergodic model, we prove: (a) these states are exponentially localized with a localization length that is uniform in the decay exponent α; (b) dynamical localization holds uniformly in α.
"Persistence of Anderson localization in Schrödinger operators with decaying random potentials." Ark. Mat. 45 (1) 15 - 30, April 2007. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11512-006-0039-0