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Copernicus’ Tower

How a research tower in the Snowy Mountains became crucial to the most ambitious Earth observation program to date. Another page is being written in Australia’s proud history in supporting some of the planet’s biggest space missions.

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New maps reveal mangrove change since 80s

A new study of Australia's mangrove ecosystems over the past 30 years has found that they expanded between 1992 and 2010 but have been contracting since then. Read the key findings and openly access the first ever national maps of annual mangrove extent via TERN from 1987 to 2016. 

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People using TERN: Marie Yee

Sustainable Timber Tasmania’s senior conservation planner is using the ecological understandings generated from the TERN Warra Tall Eucalypt SuperSite—Australia’s oldest LTER site—to develop a landscape approach to biodiversity management in Tasmania’s temperate native forests.

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Centre Spotlight: Spatial Sciences Group

This month we meet a group of ecosystem scientists based at the University of Adelaide who are using GIS and remote sensing techniques to provide environmental and agricultural managers with tailored and accurate decision-making information and tools.

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Observing Environmental Change in Australia

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.

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