Comprehensive nation-wide information about important soil and landscape attributes is now available via TERN’s newly launched Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia. The Grid has huge potential to inform planning and decision-making across Australia's production landscapes.
Two exciting new TERN projects show signs of bearing fruit for the Australian viticulture industry by assisting with yield and quality prediction.
This month we highlight three recently-updated datasets relevant to research in managed landscapes – ground cover data from rangeland grazing environments; vegetation cover data from a Tasmanian production forest; and flux data that help explain the interactions between logging practices and carbon stocks.
This month we provide a snapshot of some of the ways in which TERN’s infrastructure in diverse types of production landscapes throughout rural and regional Australia is delivering outcomes that are helping to create more competitive and innovative agricultural and forestry sectors.
You're invited you to an open day at our Robson Creek 25 ha rainforest monitoring plot. Bring a colleague and come a learn about the fantastic work the goes on at this unique site.
Last chance! Survey closes soon. Help us gauge TERN’s progress by completing our stakeholder survey. The survey should take you only five minutes to do, and the results will be invaluable in helping us plan for the future. You can also go in the draw to win a $200 voucher from CSIRO publishing!
Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy(NCRIS).