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CIRCASA project

Deliverables

Here you can find all the public CIRCASA deliverables as they were submitted to the European Commission.

If you wish to use any of the information in these reports please seek permission from Cristina Arias-Navarro

D1.1 - The Network map and dialogue

This report shows the first stock-take of research networks and projects plus user guidance and is available for further future updating. It provides for (inter) relationships among and across networks identifying the relevant issues and participants.

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D1.2 - Main features and use cases of the Knowledge Information System

This document gathers the requirements specifying the KIS. They are presented in three different ways: (i) through descriptive text; (ii) recurring to graphical diagrams in the Unified Modelling Language (UML), and (iii) in a systematised set of requirements records.

D1.3 - The science base of a strategic research agenda - Executive Summary

A summary presenting the challenges for soil carbon sequestration research, hypothesis to be further tested and key research (and innovation) products.

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D2.1 - Stakeholder views on the role of SOC for climate change mitigation, adaptation and SDGs

Report on the views of stakeholders for the potential for SOC management to contribute to SOC sequestration for climate change mitigation and adaptation and for the achievement of SDGs, including how these measures can be implemented, which barriers may constrain this, and which knowledge gaps need to be filled.

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D2.2 - Assessing barriers and solutions to the implementation of SOC sequestration options

Report on the key barriers and solutions for the implementation of SOC sequestration options across different geographic zones and what knowledge gaps need to be filled to overcome barriers.

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