An interdisciplinary team is developing Australia’s first Critical Zone Observatories Strategy — the first step towards providing a robust, long-term framework for more effective and collaborative Critical Zone Science.
TERN’s remote sensing data products are enhancing Australia’s contribution to achieving the global Sustainable Development Goals. Learn about the data, the policy and goals they’re informing and the benefits for Australia’s neighbours.
TERN has added another 24 permanent vegetation and soil monitoring plots to its national network of over 700 ecosystem surveillance sites. The new plots in New South Wales and Queensland deliver needed data and samples to landholders, universities, governments and not-for-profit organisations.
We’re visiting HIE at Western Sydney University for a look at some incredible facilities and a team of experts drawn from around the world to build insights into our changing environments—from genes to whole ecosystems.
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.