TERN Publications 2009 to 2019 - September 2019
Since its inception, TERN's infrastructure has enabled the publication of more than 1000 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles or books.
To download a pdf file of the TERN Publications list, click here.
To download a RIS file of the TERN Publications List, right-click here and select 'save as' or 'save link as'.
Please email us if you have any trouble downloading the list.
TERN data, samples and site-based research infrastructure are freely available to the international scientific community to conduct research.
When you use TERN research infrastructure we kindly ask that you acknowledge TERN and our funding agency, NCRIS. Why? We can then record that our infrastructure is being used, which makes it more likely to continue to be funded. Consequently, we will be able to continue to provide you and your colleagues with top quality data and samples into the future.
We also request that you send us copies of papers, books, book chapters, and conference papers etc. that have been created using any of our data as soon as possible after their acceptance. This allows us to easily track the use of our infrastructure and enables us to add your publication to our website which potentially increases the exposure of your research.
The following acknowledgements are suggested:
"This study used the research infrastructure provided by Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN), an Australian Government NCRIS enabled project."
"The authors acknowledge the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN), an Australian Government NCRIS enabled research infrastructure project, for provision of data used in this analysis.”
|Observing Environmental Change in Australia: Conversations for Sustainability - May 2019||TERN Overview Brochure - December 2019|
|A comprehensive and engaging review of how the past decade of Australian Government research infrastructure investment has transformed our understanding of the environment.||This brochure (approx. 4MB) gives a brief snapshot of TERN's vision, infrastructure, and the benefits of TERN for Australia's ecosystem science and management communities.|
|TERN Delivers - v4 May 2018|
|TERN Delivers (approx. 1MB) includes a range of case studies and examples of the ways that TERN's infrastructure is having an impact by enabling stakeholders to work more collaboratively, efficiently, and productively than has ever previously been possible.|