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List of contributors
CO2 and ocean acidification: running into the buffers?
Turley C, Plymouth Marine Laboratory.
Arctic sea ice
Rodger A, British Antarctic Survey.
A view from above: changing seas, seabirds and food sources
Heath M, Fisheries Research Services.
Reid PC and Edwards M, Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science.
Coastal economies and people
Cooper JAG, University of Ulster.
Other contributing scientists
Cook EJ, The Scottish Association for Marine Science.
Findlay HS and Mangi S, Plymouth Marine Laboratory.
Furness R, University of Glasgow.
McCollin T, Fisheries Research Services.
McQuatters-Gollop A, Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science.
Minchin D, Marine Organism Investigations.
Pinnegar J, Cefas.
Ridgwell A and Schmidt DN, University of Bristol.
Wanless S, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.
The MCCIP report card working group commissioned the contributing scientists and identified appropriate specialists to peer-review the quality of the science.
The working group would like to thank all of the experts who kindly peer-reviewed the science behind the report card.
What is MCCIP?
MCCIP is a partnership between scientists, government, its agencies and NGOs. The principal aim is to develop a long-term multidisciplinary approach to understanding and communicating the implications of climate change in our seas.
Agri-food and Biosciences Institute, British Energy, Cefas, Countryside Council for Wales, The Crown Estate, Defra, Department of Energy and Climate Change, Department of the Environment Northern Ireland, Environment Agency, Fisheries Research Services, Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Marine Environmental Change Network, Marine Institute Galway, Natural England, NERC 'RAPID-WATCH' programme, RSPB, Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Scottish Government, Scottish Natural Heritage, States of Guernsey, States of Jersey, UK Climate Impacts Programme, Welsh Assembly Government, WWF.
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MCCIP Annual Report Card
The 2007/2008 MCCIP Annual Report Card looked at 26 individual topics in detail. Please go to www.mccip.org.uk/arc to access both the summary document and the full peer reviewed reports from leading marine climate scientists.
The next MCCIP Annual Report Card is due to be published in 2010.
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Please cite this document as: MCCIP (2009). Marine Climate Change Ecosystem Linkages Report Card 2009. (Eds. Baxter JM, Buckley PJ and Frost MT), Summary Report, MCCIP, Lowestoft, 16pp.