Tour TERN’s outback monitoring SuperSite

Take a virtual tour of TERN’s environmental monitoring site in the outback of central Australia in the Northern Territory. Learn about the sensors, cameras and …

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To celebrate National Science Week 2022, TERN collaborated with the 26 facilities supported by the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS), by showcasing …

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TERN August Newsletter

Director’s Update – August 2022

Welcome to the August 2022 TERN eNewsletter featuring six diverse stories. The stories on the launch of a new camera trapping community (WildObs), and the …

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A vegetation carbon isoscape for Australia

Quickly and easily download detailed maps depicting C3 and C4 plant cover and the stable carbon isotope values of vegetation, known as a δ13C isoscape, for all …

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Living soils in agriculture

Dr Anna Hopkins discusses the abundant life found in soils and how this is important for agriculture.

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Streamlined data for environmental reporting 

In collaboration with our partners ALA and IMOS, we invite you to explore our new shared data platform, EcoAssets. In November 2021, we reported on …

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Observing vertebrate wildlife using camera trapping

TERN has been supporting wildlife monitoring experts in the launch of WildObs, Australia’s wildlife observatory. WildObs will standardise the collection and processing of data sourced …

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TERN’s web-based app tested by Brisbane bird watchers

Citizen Science volunteers at the TERN Samford Peri-Urban SuperSite carried out beta test surveys using the recently launched TERN bird-survey app, which has adopted an innovative ‘Progressive Web Application’ approach.

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Director’s Update – July 2022

TERN is presently working on updating its industry engagement plan, in line with the 2021 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap recommendations, and we are delighted this month to showcase …

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Research using TERN data: flowers, biomes and a mountain of data

Describing patterns of flowering time in plant communities across six biomes, and showing how they relate to climate means and climate predictability – all using …

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