Australia’s Environment in 2023

A change from La Niña to El Niño climate patterns in the Pacific Ocean halfway through 2023 brought a change in Australia from wet to ...
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National research drone data available to the public

GeoNadir and the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) have completed a project to make all TERN’s current and future drone mapping data available on the ...
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Art + Science synergy

TERN congratulates Dr Keith Armstrong, who was announced by the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) on 14 February 2024 as one of its ...
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Extending TERN environmental monitoring below ground

Discover the latest breakthroughs in environmental research infrastructure as 3 additional sites in TERN’s national monitoring network embrace state-of-the-art critical zone observing equipment. Explore the ...
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Data scientist creates Earth monitoring app for citizen scientists

Meet Dr Sebastien Chognard, a data scientist collaborating with TERN this year who is passionate about using remote sensing and citizen science to protect and ...
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Director’s Update – December 2023

As we approach the end of this transformative year for TERN, I take the opportunity to express my deepest gratitude to each and every one ...
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Coastal habitats: monitoring sea level change impact

Tidal wetlands (mangroves, tidal marshes and supratidal forests) are important coastal zone habitats, making critical contributions to ecosystem services. Among these services are water quality, ...
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Bushfire impact on water resources—for ecosystems and humans alike

New research using national research infrastructure in the world’s tallest Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans) forests of south-eastern Australia, is increasing understanding of fire’s impact on ...
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TERN – Australia’s Ecosystem Observatory Network, highlights for 2019-23

With TERN embarking on its next phase, we took the opportunity to recognise TERN’s work over the past five years. It was a challenge to ...
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CDU PhD Candidate Adam Rexroade

From Chicago to the NT: CDU PhD candidate on tropical quest to study carbon unknown

The Northern Territory’s dusty red tracks are a long way from the city streets of Chicago, but for Charles Darwin University (CDU) PhD candidate Adam ...
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