People using TERN: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization

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.

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Smile, forests, you're on camera

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.

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Discovering Australia's ecosystem data made easier

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.

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UN taps into TERN expertise to help combat global desertification

In yet another example of the international reach by Australia’s ecosystem science community, TERN experts will join CSIRO to assist the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) in the development of methodologies and “Good Practice Guidance” for an indicator of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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TERN Strategic Framework 2016 – 2025: your input required

Our draft strategic framework is out and we're currently seeking input from stakeholders in the ecosystem science community, government and industry to guide our future activities.

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Nature’s Scientific Data journal recommends TERN’s ÆKOS data portal

We are very pleased to announce that our ÆKOS data portal has been approved by the Nature Research journal Scientific Data as providing stable archiving and long-term preservation of Australian ecology data and is now a recommended data repository.

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