Drought ends great green boom and Australia’s carbon budget shifts

Flux and satellite data collected and delivered by TERN infrastructure has been used to monitor the greening and browning of Australia’s vegetation and infer its very significant impact on the nation's carbon budget.

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Relief in sight: countrywide pollen monitoring and mapping for early warning

TERN’s collaborative networks and data infrastructure have provided the platforms from which to establish the inaugural national pollen-monitoring network and a new, high-tech approach to pollen mapping and forecasting. Together, these initiatives are bringing unprecedented and timely public health benefits, including helping to predict future outbreaks of thunderstorm asthma.

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People using TERN: Ellen Miech

An honours student at the Australian National University has used TERN data to identify drivers of Proteaceae declines on Western Australia's islands and where ongoing monitoring and conservation efforts should be focused.

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500 ecosystem surveillance plots and counting

TERN has collected environmental data from over 500 ecosystem surveillance plots across Australia’s rangeland and tall forest ecosystems. These vegetation, soil and landscape data represent an invaluable resource for surveillance monitoring of Australian ecosystems and are helping scientists and land managers nationwide to better monitor, understand and manage our landscapes.

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NCRIS industry collaboration delivers improved data citation services

TERN, together with fellow NCRIS project the Australian National Data Service (ANDS), have partnered with Thomson Reuters’ Web of Science to provide an improved data citation service that facilitates better understanding of the data underpinning research and enables data custodians to track data use.

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