Marine climate change in Australia: impacts and adaptation responses. 2012 report card

Elvira S. Poloczanska, Alistair J. Hobday, Anthony J. Richardson, Ken Anthony, John. P. Y. Arnould, John Beardall, David J. Booth, Helen Bostock, David G. Bourne, Steve Brett, Don Bromhead, Jaci Brown, Maria Byrne, Alexandra H. Campbell, Nick Caputi, Lynda Chambers, Alistair Cheal, John A. Church, Melinda A. Coleman, Sean D. ConnellRod M. Connolly, Kim Currie, Peter Dann, Julie L. Davidson, Carol Devney, Guillermo Diaz-Pullido, Martina A. Doblin, Nic Dunlop, Steve Eggins, Michael Ellwood, Bradley Eyre, Ming Feng, William Figueira, Mariana Fuentes, Nick Gales, Nicholas A. J. Graham, Shane P. Griffiths, Ralf Haese, Gustaaf Hallegraeff, Mark Hamann, Robert Harcourt, Katy L. Hill, Neil Holbrook, Will Howard, John Hunter, Catriona Hurd, Greg Jenkins, Craig R. Johnson, Gary A. Kendrick, Cliff Law, Rod Lenanton, Andrew Lenton, Scott D. Ling, Janice Lough, Catherine E. Lovelock, Vimoksalehi Lukoschek, Paul Marshall, Richard Matear, Shayne McGregor, Malcolm McCulloch, Kathleen McInnes, A. David McKinnon, Ben McNeil, Mark G. Meekan, Marius N. Müller, Philip Munday, Merinda Nash, Bradley Opdyke, John Pandolfi, Alan Pearce, Scott B. Power, Morgan S. Pratchett, Russell Richards, Ken Ridgway, James Risbey, Donna Roberts, Bayden D. Russell, Neil Saintilan, Katherine Schmutter, Jane Williamson

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    This Report Card summarises present knowledge on marine climate change impacts and identifies knowledge gaps and adaptation responses in Australia. It was produced by an author team representing 34 universities and organisations, a project team from the CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship, and a steering group comprising representatives [National Climate Change and Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) Marine Biodiversity and Resources Adaptation Network; CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship; and the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)].
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationCleveland, Qld
    Number of pages402
    ISBN (Print)9780643109278
    Publication statusPublished - 2012


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