CCIAM contributes to a better understanding of the impacts and consequences of climate change in strategic sectors for Portugal and Europe and aims to develop climate adaptation responses that are consistent with current global (environmental, social and economic) challenges. CCIAM focuses on how to model, analyse and evaluate climate impacts, risks and vulnerabilities across scales and socio-ecological systems; and how to best develop and disseminate climate adaptation through evidence-based services of recognisable excellence and added value to society.
Primary fields of research
(1) Climate data and climate change analysis; (2) Ecohydrology and socio-hydrology; (3) Urban climate impacts and resilience; (4) Health and wellbeing; (5) Nature-based and social-ecological innovations; (6) Art and climate communication; (7) Climate adaptation services; and (8) Sustainability science.
Contact - Ângela Antunes
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, Ed. C1, sala 1.4.39, Campo Grande, 1749-016 Lisboa, Portugal
email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel.: +351 217 500 387; Fax: +351 217 500 386
Keesstra, S., Nunes, J.P., Novara, A., Finger, D., Avelar, D., Kalantari, Z., Cerdà, A. (2018) The superior effect of nature based solutions in land management for enhancing ecosystem services.Science of the Total Environment, 610, 997-1009. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.08.077 (IF2017 4,610; Q1 Environmental Sciences)
Aguiar, F.C., Segurado, P., Martins, M.J., Bejarano, M.D., Nilsson, C., Portela, M.M. & Merritt, D. (2018) The abundance and distribution of guilds of riparian woody plants change in response to land use and flow regulation.Journal of Applied Ecology, 55, 2227-2240. DOI:10.1111/1365-2664.13110 (IF2017 5,742; Q1 Ecology) NON-cE3c affiliated
Lozanovska, I., Ferreira, M.T., Segurado, P. & Aguiar, F.C. (2018) Limited resilience in hotspots of functional richness: the Mediterranean riparian shrublands.Aquatic Sciences, 80, 25. DOI:10.1007/s00027-018-0576-1 (IF2017 3,622; Q1 Limnology) NON-cE3c affiliated