Southern Slopes Climate Change Adaptation Research Partnership (SCARP) Project Information Summary Sheet


The Southern Slopes Climate Change Adaptation Research Partnership (SCARP) has been working since March 2013 to advance planning for climate change in collaboration with our nine Southern Slopes Cluster NRM partner organisations. SCARP activities have facilitated access to useful climate change science and adaptation information designed to support NRM partners in their adaptation planning processes. This information sheet gives an overview of the aims, research approach and processes and outputs of this project. It also provides background on Stream 1 and Stream 2, Element 1 of the NRM fund in the context of SCARP.

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Fact sheet
http://www.utas.edu.au/tia/programs/ssp/about-participatory-action-research/southern-slopes-climate-change-adaptation-research-partnership
Geographic and Temporal Extents
West Gippsland, Port Phillip and Western Port, East Gippsland, North East, North West, South East (NSW), Southern Rivers, Glenelg Hopkins, Corangamite
Tasmanian Northern Midlands, South East Coastal Plain, Southern Volcanic Plain, Tasmanian Northern Slopes, Tasmanian West, South East Corner, South Eastern Highlands, Tasmanian South East, Tasmanian Southern Ranges, Tasmanian Central Highlands
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Attributions and Constraints
University of Tasmania
Liz Hamilton, Dr. Peat Leith, Dr. Phil Wallis, Dr. Andrew Harwood, Dr. Karyn Bosomworth
Liz Hamilton, Liz.hamilton@ecodev.vic.gov.au, ph 903) 52264831
2015/08/20