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The North Atlantic Climate System Integrated Study: ACSIS

Status: ongoing
Publication State: published


Major changes are occurring across the North Atlantic (NA) climate system: in ocean and atmosphere temperatures and circulation, in sea ice thickness and extent, and in key atmospheric constituents such as ozone, methane and aerosols. Many observed changes are unprecedented in instrumental records. Changes in the NA directly affect the UK’s climate, weather and air quality, with major economic impacts on agriculture, fisheries, water, energy, transport and health. The NA also has global importance, since changes here drive changes in climate, hazardous weather and air quality further afield, such as in North America, Africa and Asia.

ACSIS was fully funded for five years (2016-2021) through NERC's Long Term Science commissioning, which aimed to encourage its research centres to work closely together to tackle major scientific and societal challenges. ACSIS is one of the projects funded through this new way of allocating national capability funding, designed to enable more ambitious science than any single research organisation could provide.

Abbreviation: acsis, acsis-5, acsis-4
Keywords: ACSIS


Keywords: ACSIS
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