Implementation Plan for Climate Change Adaptation Research: Terrestrial Biodiversity 2012

Media type: 
National Adaptation Research Plans (NARP)
Author/s: 
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
Institution/s: 
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
State: 
Queensland
Year: 
2012

The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) developed the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Terrestrial Biodiversity (Terrestrial Biodiversity NARP; Hughes et al., 2010) in 2010 to identify high priority research questions to guide research investment and activity for a five to seven year period. The Terrestrial Biodiversity NARP is one of nine NARPs that address issues arising from the impacts of climate change on key theme areas. 

 This Implementation Plan for Terrestrial Biodiversity (2012) outlines implementation directions for the updated priority research questions for climate change adaptation and terrestrial biodiversity, as stated in the Update Report: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Terrestrial Biodiversity (2013) (Update Report; Kitching et al., 2013). 

Please cite this publication as:
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility 2012, Implementation Plan for Climate Change Adaptation Research: Terrestrial Biodiversity 2012, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, pp. 19.

Related publications

Update Report 2013: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Terrestrial Biodiversity

National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Terrestrial Biodiversity - First edition

Summary: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Plan for Terrestrial Biodiversity - First edition

View the full suite of Terrestrial NARP projects here.

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