The main role of the Canadian Climate Impacts and Scenarios project was to provide climate scenario information and scenario construction advice to impacts researchers in Canada to ensure that the resulting impacts studies can be used to provide Canadians with a meaningful national assessment of the impacts of climate change and can contribute to future assessments such as those undertaken by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The aims of the project can be summarised as:
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IMPORTANT NOTE: CICS operated from 1993-2006. These pages serve only to document the projects, scenarios, publications, and products undertaken during the period when CICS was active. In 2006, CICS became the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC).
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