The MarClim Project: Key messages for decision makers and policy advisors, and recommendations for future administrative arrangements and management measures (ENRR671)

MarClim was a four year consortium project to assess and predict the influence of climatic change. This was achieved by using intertidal rocky shore biota and assessing the resultant implications for the conservation, management and protection of the marine environment in Britain and Ireland. The consortium project was led by the Marine Biological Association in partnership with Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Scottish Association for Marine Science, University of Plymouth and University College Cork, but funded by a much wider consortium of organisations under the umbrella of the UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP). UKCIP itself is part of a wider programme of research into climate change being undertaken by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra).

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