From on-ground monitoringplots, to high-tech sensor-laden towers and satellite measurements, all scales of TERN’s ecosystem observatory are combining at our newest site in Queensland to deliver critical data for research, policy, management and industry-led extension.
As temperature records continued to tumble last summer, a timely experiment using TERN data has added to our understanding about how Australian woodlands cope with extreme heat.
Just months old, ecocloud is already being used by researchers and students alike. From big data analyses in seconds to better research in the field, read on to find out how this TERN-supported cloud technology is helping people like you.
This month we highlight decomposition data collected at TERN’s Australia-wide network of open-access ecosystem observing sites.
Ecosystem scientists and managers from around Australia gathered recently to participate in a wide consultation process that will frame the directions and priorities of TERN’s plot-based ecosystem monitoring capabilities.
Join us in the SA Riverland in April and acquire or hone your practical skills in plot-based ecological monitoring in rangeland ecosystems.