A new collaborative project is further strengthening the management capacity of the Birriliburu Indigenous rangers in central WA though knowledge exchange and skills training. The project is utilisting the AusPlots rangelands survey methodology as a way of monitoring the land and documenting fauna and flora.
Come and hear TERN associated researcher Professor David Lindenmayer speak on his long-term research in Victoria's Mountain Ash forests - the world's tallest flowering plants and most carbon dense ecosystems. This free public lecture will be held on Tuesday 28 October at ANU in Canberra and is presented in association with the ACT branch of The Order of Australia Association.
A newly released booklet 'Making ecological monitoring successful' from our LTERN facility, draws together the collective insights of people involved in long-term ecological research across Australia, representing decades of experience.
Congratulations to the ACEAS Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge working group who have been announced as finalists for this year's Banksia Award in Indigenous Leadership for Sustainability.
Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy(NCRIS).