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PCIC is a regional climate service centre at the University of Victoria that conducts quantitative studies on the impacts of climate change and climate variability in the Pacific and Yukon region. Results from this work provide regional climate stakeholders with the information they need to develop plans for reducing the risks associated with climate variability and change. In this way, PCIC plays an important bridging function between climate research and the practical application of that knowledge by decision makers.
The following sections provide more information on our strategic direction, core values, partner organizations, current staff members and available career opportunities at PCIC.
PCIC's applied research program is organized around three interrelated themes: Hydrologic Impacts, Regional Climate Impacts, and Climate Analysis and Monitoring.
PCIC organizes and hosts a number of events each year in order to facilitate discussion between leading climate researchers, impacts specialists, planners and regional stakeholders.
The Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium offers a variety of tools that reflect the needs and skillsets of our users.
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