Practical training in rangeland monitoring a success in the Northern Territory

Current and next generation ecosystem science researchers and land managers from around Australia were recently trained in the AusPlots Rangelands Field Survey Protocols, acquiring skills and practical inspiration that will enable better monitoring, understanding, and management of our vast and vital rangeland ecosystems.

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Creating a global vegetation database

TERN is lending a hand in the creation and population of a global vegetation-plot database that will assist in the development of climate change adaptation strategies.

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National Soil and Landscape Grid launched!

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.

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Nominations for Ecosystem Science Council now open

Selection of the inaugural Ecosystem Science Council has begun, and anyone in the ecosystem science community is invited to nominate to join Council or register now to vote in the elections that will help to select your Council.

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