TERN-delivered soil and landscape data have been incorporated into a leading agricultural decision-support tool that’s helping farmers achieve more from their land and limited resources, such as rain and nutrients.
In an effort to highlight terrestrial ecosystem monitoring, research and management in the broader Oceania region, we bring you news—and a stunning collection of photos—on national-scale monitoring efforts in Papua New Guinea that are delivering both national and global sustainability and development outcomes.
TERN is developing an innovative approach to integrate plot-based ecological data collected by TERN and multiple agencies from different jurisdictions. This is your chance to review the progress of this landmark initiative and provide feedback.
This month we visit James Cook University and shine some light on a centre where research and outreach are aiding the conservation and sustainable use of tropical ecosystems in Australia and overseas.
A detailed synthesis on understanding and predicting Australian ecosystem responses to climate change and extreme variability has just been published in a new review of research using NCRIS-enabled TERN research infrastructure.
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.