Symposium Program

The 2013 TERN Symposium will feature an exciting range of presentations showcasing the breadth of Australian ecosystem science supported by TERN's infrastructure in areas such as sustainable land use, biodiversity, fire, carbon, and ecosystem data management. The Symposium will also include keynote addresses from Robert, Lord May of Oxford, OM AC Kt FRS (University of Oxford), Dr David Schimel (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and former head of the National Ecological Observatory Network, USA), and Prof Kristine French (University of Wollongong, President of the Ecological Society of Australia). We are also pleased to have Alan Noble, Engineering Director for Google Australia and New Zealand, speaking at the Symposium dinner.

 

The Symposium Program, including abstracts, is available to download here (approx. 2MB)

 

TERN 2013 Symposium at a glance...

 

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