Nation-wide SuperSites support next crop of ecosystem scientists
How is TERN’s infrastructure being used to improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of education? From school field trips to postgraduate research, we explore the many ways in which the infrastructure of just one TERN facility is enabling rich and diverse training opportunities for the next generation of ecosystem scientists.
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Collaboration between traditional knowledge and contemporary science

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.

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Insights on ecological monitoring

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.

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Banksia award finalists

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.

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