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Kangaroo Island post-bushfire surveys to track ecosystem recovery

Kangaroo Island post-bushfire surveys to track ecosystem recovery

In early October, a team of TERN ecologists will return to Kangaroo Island to re-survey…
Digital soil assessment: an essential component of a national ecosystem observatory

Digital soil assessment: an essential component of a national ecosystem observatory

National scale soils information is critical for informing decisions across domains in environment, agriculture, engineering,…
Centre Spotlight: Centre for Ecosystem Management

Centre Spotlight: Centre for Ecosystem Management

In this edition, we shine our spotlight on Edith Cowan University’s Centre for Ecosystem Management…
Site of the Month: Alice Mulga SuperSite

Site of the Month: Alice Mulga SuperSite

More than a decade of ecosystem measurements in Australia’s Red Centre are providing an unprecedented…
Increasing temperatures and drought frequency may diminish the benefits of fertilisation in managed grasslands

Increasing temperatures and drought frequency may diminish the benefits of fertilisation in managed grasslands

A recently completed study conducted at 21 research sites around the world, including four of…

Director's Update - August 2020

TERN received some welcome news earlier this month with the announcement by The Hon Dan…
Australia's Environment 2020 mid-year update

Australia's Environment 2020 mid-year update

The drought has loosened its grip across much of Australia, while millions of hectares burnt…
Centre Spotlight: Training Centre for Forest Value

Centre Spotlight: Training Centre for Forest Value

In August we showcase the University of Tasmania’s Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Training…
Site of the Month: Wombat Stringybark Eucalypt SuperSite

Site of the Month: Wombat Stringybark Eucalypt SuperSite

This month, we’re in the Wombat State Forest located near Daylesford in Central Victoria, showcasing…
Aussie plants used to study eco-evolutionary dynamics

Aussie plants used to study eco-evolutionary dynamics

Research drawing upon TERN’s collection of more than 100,000 environmental samples provides new understanding on…
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