Comprehensive nation-wide information about important soil and landscape attributes is now available via TERN’s newly launched Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia. The Grid has huge potential to inform planning and decision-making across Australia's production landscapes.
TERN has partnered with the scientists planning a future Korean Ecological Observatory Network to share knowledge, expertise and experience and advance Australia’s standing in the regional ecosystem science community.
This month we highlight three nation-wide soil datasets that were recently made available thanks to the launch of our National Soil and Landscape Grid. We feature the grid’s ‘Available Water Capacity’, ‘Effective Cation Exchange Capacity’, and ‘Australia-wide 3D Soil Property Maps’ products.
In this, our final newsletter for the year, we announce an exciting new collaboration, say congratulations to our recent award winners, highlight the ongoing benefits of our international data collaborations, report back on recent capacity building activities, and flag some important findings from researchers using our long-term research network.
Congratulations to the ACEAS Indigenous bio-cultural knowledge group which recently won a 2014 Banksia Award in the category of Indigenous Leadership for Sustainability.
Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy(NCRIS).