Extract, prepare, visualise and analyse soil and vegetation data from over 600 Australia-wide ecosystem monitoring plots with TERN’s new R package.
Sly foxes and copycats. It seems that Australia’s predators are living up to their reputations by capitalising on human-made roads for hunting. Meet the scientist who’s mapping Australia’s predator highways to inform road planning and achieve better conservation outcomes.
The plant waxes contained in thousands of soil samples collected by TERN are enabling scientists to reconstruct past plant records that hold clues to predicting future environmental change.
Have your say in shaping the future of TERN’s infrastructure and data streams via our short (5-10min) survey.
TERN has received $400,000 of additional investment funding from the Australian Government to replace broken and outdated field sensors and environmental monitoring equipment.
Do you work with pastures or grassland ecosystems? Help establish a national network for rangeland pasture productivity monitoring and modelling by completing this short survey from our friends at CSIRO.