Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA); DRAFT
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A proposal and concept paper for the Senior Arctic Officials (SAOs) of the Arctic Council for a broad-based scientific assessment of the consequences of climate change and variability and effects due to increased UV-B in the Arctic.
At the First meeting of the Arctic Council in Iqaluit, 1998, the Ministers asked CAFF to monitor and assess "in collaboration with AMAP, the effects of climate change and UV-B radiation on Arctic ecosystems".
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Working Draft. ARCTIC CLIMATE IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ACIA). An Assessment of Consequences of Climate Variability and Change and the Effects of Increased UV in the Arctic Region. Implementation Plan, Version 3.4. Arctic Council Assessment Steering Committee (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2000-04-10)"This is an implementation plan for an assessment of the consequences of climate variability and change and the effects of increased UV in the Arctic Region1. It is being developed by an "Assessment Steering Committee ...
Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) (ACIA Secretariat, 2001)Climate variability and change, and more recently, notable increases in UV radiation, have become important issues in the Arctic over the past few decades. It has become imperative to examine possible future impacts on the ...
Final Report of the Workshop on Adaptation of Climate Scenarios to Arctic Climate Impact Assessments, Oslo, May 14-16, 2007. AMAP Report 2007:4. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP); Meteorologisk institutt (Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), 2008-02-27)The Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) report identified a critical gap concerning spatial scales in climate scenarios between the output of global and regional climate models (GCMs/RCMs) and the needs of stakeholders ...