NCCARF Adaptation Library
The NCCARF Adaptation Library holds and provides links to research reports and information to help support decision makers throughout Australia as they prepare for and manage the risks of climate change and sea-level rise. Search the NCCARF Adaptation Library by selecting location, resource type and/or topics, as well as key words. Mark resources as a favourite to create a list of resources to remember.
What would a climate-adapted settlement look like in 2030? A case study of Inverloch and Sandy PointCase studies, Research report
Novel methods for managing freshwater refuges against climate change in southern Australia. Supporting Document 2: Riparian replanting for temperature control in streamsResearch report
Novel methods for managing freshwater refuges against climate change in southern Australia. Supporting Document 1: Evaluating the utility of cold-water releases ("shandying") for enhancing the resilience of riverine speciesResearch report
Limits to adaptation. Climate change adaptation in the Coorong, Murray Mouth and Lakes Alexandrina and AlbertCase studies, Research report