New science conducted at 27 research sites around the world, including one of TERN’s, has challenged the long-held belief that leaf traits are the best way to predict how plants respond to environmental change. Join the researchers in their quest for the true holy grail of environmental predictors.
Welcome to the first in a new TERN eNewsletter feature series showcasing Australian and international ecosystem science research centres and laboratories. We're kicking off with a University of Queensland research centre that’s using Earth Observation data to better understand where, how and why environments are changing and what it means for the planet.
Current and next generation ecosystem scientists, managers and volunteers from around Australia were recently trained in TERN’s field survey protocols, acquiring skills and practical inspiration that will support a number of ongoing research, management and community projects.
Australia’s national training program for environmental science digital research infrastructure, ecoEd, has been honoured as a finalist in the inaugural CAUDIT awards in the category of Innovation in Teaching and Learning.
A big thanks to everyone who completed the TERN feedback survey and the NCRIS user satisfaction survey, two important assessments of our progress towards delivering world’s best research infrastructure. Here we share a quick summary of some of the results.
TERN's latest book provides a comprehensive and engaging review of how the past decade of Australian Government research infrastructure investment has transformed our understanding of the environment.