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Living with a changing Ocean

1. Warming world, changing ocean

adaptation and mitigation for resilient marine systems

Summary

This challenge focuses on the actions required, in the climate change adaptation and mitigation space, to maximise continued provision of the social, ecological and economic values and services that oceans support, in the face of climate change. The focus in on actions required (along with risks and benefits) in human/social systems. To achieve the sustainable but technically possible future for this challenge it will be necessary to change behaviour to overcome resistance to change at individual, corporate and government levels and to proactively adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change on marine systems and to invest in research and incentives to support these changes.

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Lead Investigators

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Rowan Trebilco

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Anchor

Alistair Hobday

Alistair Hobday

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / CMS

Co-Authors

Meet our fellow team members who contribute to the success of this project.

Amelie Meyer

ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes / Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

Aysha Fleming

CSIRO Land and Water / University of Tasmania / CMS

Hannah Fogarty

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Jan McDonald

Kimberley Norris

Leo Dutra

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / Centre for Marine Socioecology / School of Marine Studies, The University of the South Pacific

Phillipa McCormack

Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania / CMS

Emily Ogier

Gretta Pecl

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Narissa Bax

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / CMS

Stuart Corney

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

Kelli Anderson

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / University of Tasmania

Jeff McGee

Jess Melbourne-Thomas

CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere / CMS
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Andrew Constable

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