TERN’s national monitoring infrastructure, data and expertise is being utilised by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations as part of their Global Forest Survey, which is helping improve greenhouse gas emissions inventories.
TERN’s national vegetation surveillance infrastructure and data is helping researchers monitor vegetation and better understand how climate change will affect ecosystems around the world.
A new version of the TERN Data Discovery Portal makes it even easier for users to search and download diverse ecosystem science open data from a single point of entry. Find out what’s new then come explore the more than 2200 published data records.
In our winter eNewsletter we showcase more reasons why our nation-wide infrastructure is a critical component of Australia’s research landscape. TERN’s infrastructure is helping nationally and internationally significant projects deliver positive economic, social and environmental outcomes.
The Journal of Ecology has honoured Professor Mark Westoby by dedicating a special virtual issue in its Eminent Ecologist series to the Australian Laureate Professor, leader of Genes to Goescience Research Centre at Macquarie University, and TERN board member.
Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy(NCRIS).