Future developments and acknowledgements
What is MCCIP?
MCCIP is a partnership between scientists, government, its agencies and NGOs. The principal aim is to develop a long-term multi-disciplinary approach to understanding and communicating the implications of climate change in our seas.
Sponsoring partners are:
Countryside Council for Wales, Defra, Dept. of the Environment Northern Ireland, Environment Agency, Natural England, RSPB, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Scottish Executive, Scottish Natural Heritage, States of Guernsey, States of Jersey, Welsh Assembly Government, WWF. (More partners welcomed.)
Future Developments for MCCIP
- Workshops and Seminars
- Links with industry
- Response centre for marine climate change enquiries
- Explore applications of future UKCIP marine climate change scenarios
Quality Assured Science
The MCCIP Steering Group (SG) consists of the sponsoring partners together with scientific experts from SAHFOS, CRU, MECN, FRS, Natural Environment Research Council 'RAPID' programme and Cefas.
The SG commissioned the contributing scientists and appointed an 'Expert Advisory Panel' who reviewed the quality of the science in the ARC.
List of Contributors
Cambridge University P Elliott
Cefas N Dulvy; S Dye; P Larcombe; D Mills; J Pinnegar; J Rees; D Sheahan; M Waldock
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) M Frederiksen
Climate Research Unit (CRU), UEA D Viner
Defra K Hardy
Environmental Research Institute (ERI), Thurso J Coll
Fisheries Research Services (FRS) I Bricknell; M Gubbins; S Hughes
Hadley Centre J Lowe
Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)I Mitchell
Marine Biological Association (MBA) S Hawkins; D Sims;
Marine Environmental Change Network (MECN) M Frost
Met Office R Allan; J Hill;
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS) S Cunningham; R Marsh; E Kent; C Gommenginger; D Woolf; D Berry; D Hydes
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) C Turley
Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU) I Boyd; N Hanson
Sir Alistair Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS) PC Reid; M Edwards
UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP)
University of Liverpool C Frid
Further details and contacts
Further details on the work of MCCIP or becoming a sponsor can be found on our websitewww.mccip.org.uk. If you have any further enquiries please contact us email@example.com
Please cite this document as: MCCIP (2006). Marine Climate Change Impacts Annual Report Card 2006. (Eds. Buckley, P.J., Dye, S.R. and Baxter, J.M.), Summary Report, MCCIP, Lowestoft, 8pp.
This is the first annual report card. We will publish this annually to keep you up to date with new developments in the science and the rapidly changing marine environment.
Future publications will chart the progress of the themes explored here and look in greater detail at regional changes and the linkage between people and the marine environment. We will also report on new findings, improvements in our understanding of the science (increasing certainty) and highlight any major knowledge gaps.
We would be grateful for your feedback on this and other aspects of MCCIP work to ensure that we are meeting YOUR needs. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org