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The Newsletter provides information on the CIRCLE ERA-Net Mediterranean group (CIRCLE-MED) activities. This first issue is an introduction to CIRCLE-MED. Upcoming issues published approximately every three months, will provide information on the progress of activities, and will integrate articles by researchers or policy makers focusing on particular aspects of impacts and adaptation to climate change in the Mediterranean context.
In this issue, two projects AQUIMED and WATERKNOW present their objectives and activities. The newsletter also shortly reports on a recent meeting between scientists and water managers in France to discuss the needs and results of research for adaptation to climate change. In the calendar of events, note that the CIRCLE-MED mid-term seminar is planned for the third week of November 2009 in Lisbon.
In this Newsletter MEDCODYN and INTERMED projects present their objectives and activities. This issue also shortly reports on some of the recent conferences. The CIRCLE-MED Mid Term conference will take place on Nov. 18 -19 in Lisbon.
In this Newsletter the objectives and activities of the projects ACIDBIV and CLIMBIOMEDNET are presented. Since the last newsletter the main CIRCLE-MED event was the midterm conference which is reported here. The issue also includes a short presentation of the EU project CIRCE
In this Newsletter the objectives and activities of the projects CANTICO and CLIMWAT are presented. CIRCLE ERA Net entered a 2nd phase with the launch of CIRCLE2 project. And PEGASO project started working on coastal management issues in the MED area
This Newsletter has a special focus on Delta issues and on Joint Programming Initiatives being developed. It also relates the uncertainties CIRCLE2 workshop which took place this month in Stockholm.
This Final Newsletter gives some of the main results from this research call, as they were presented by the projects and discussed at the Final Conference in March 2011 in Aix-en-Provence.