Spillovers between MACSUR and Austrian climate change research projects

Martin Schönhart


The Austrian regional case study in MACSUR extends the methods and builds upon the results of the CC-ILA project. CC-ILA enables cooperation between landscape planners and landscape ecologists to analyse mitigation and adaptation strategies for sustainable rural land use and landscape developments in a case study landscape. Subsequent research in MACSUR includes analysis towards rural development and the improvement of the climate impact data base for grasslands. The latter is achieved by collaborating with Crop-M partner LFZ Raumberg-Gumpenstein, who is able to utilize spill-overs within the Agromet-Monitor project.

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