Climatic Research Unit (University of East Anglia)

The Climatic Research Unit (CRU) is a research centre in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.  At present, CRU is composed of around 10 research

staff, and a similar number of postgraduate students. Over the last 30 years, CRU has gained a worldwide reputation for the study of climate, climate change, the impacts of climate change and applied climatology.

As part of the CIRCE project, the UEA led Research Line 11 on Integrating Case Studies, and was also involved in work in Research Line 6 on Extreme Events.

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CIRCE Foundation Paper Process

CIRCE Foundation Paper - part 3: Adaptation as a Socio-Instiutional Learning Process

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CIRCE Foundation Paper Literature

CIRCE Foundation Paper - part 2:  Reviewing Key Adaptation Literature

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CIRCE Foundation Paper Introduction

Foundatation paper on adaptation options and screening. Suggested approach views adaptation as a socio-institutional process of learning and change that needs to be supported in innovative ways

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CIRCE Foundation Paper Protoypes

Adaptation Prototypes
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CIRCE Foundation Paper Principles

Principles of Adaptation
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Climate Change and Impact Research: the Mediterranean Environment (CIRCE) was an Integrated Project, funded under the European Commission's Sixth Framework Programme from 2007-2011.

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