January 2015 marks the start of the National Environmental Science Programme’s planning phase so we take this opportunity to chat with hub leaders Dr Helen Cleugh and Professor Hugh Possingham about their hubs’ plans for the coming year and the importance of TERN’s infrastructure to their research.
Using TERN’s high tech infrastructure to supplement grassroots monitoring of fire danger and inform fire management decisions.
This month we feature fire history and fuel hazard data generated by scientists using TERN’s research infrastructure in WA and QLD.
This month we showcase new ways in which TERN’s infrastructure is helping nationally and internationally significant projects deliver positive economic, social and environmental outcomes. In just five years our nation-wide infrastructure has become a critical component of Australia’s research landscape.
Selection of the inaugural Ecosystem Science Council has begun, and anyone in the ecosystem science community is invited to nominate to join Council or register now to vote in the elections that will help to select your Council.
Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy(NCRIS).