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Director’s update – February 2023

Welcome to our TERN February e-Newsletter, which includes some stand-out contributions from the TERN team to help keep you in touch with outcomes of our …

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TERN Vegetation Data Synthesis Challenge workshops make headway for data sharing and accessibility

How do you discover the known unknowns in relation to environmental data requirements for the state of Queensland? The TERN vegetation data synthesis challenge aimed …

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‘Brno Declaration’ on global importance of research infrastructures welcomed

TERN, in its role as a member of the Global Ecosystem Research Infrastructure, GERI, endorses the global declaration on research infrastructure which arose from the 2022 …

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The State of Play: Australia’s Threatened Species Index for 2022

  The 2022 release of Australia’s Threatened Species Index brings good news and not so good news. Which would you like first? It’s always a …

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Director’s Update – January 2023

Welcome to our first newsletter for 2023. As always, I hope it finds you safe and well! We are delighted to share with you the …

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Experience the wonders of data-driven art: Ghost Trees

Who would have thought that data could be art! Although for most people data are just numbers, spreadsheets and computers, tech-savvy artists are increasingly embracing …

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TERN partners with newly launched Australian Mountain Research Facility

The world’s mountain ranges, including the Australian Alps, define the water catchments that drive our societies, sequester carbon in montane forests and organic soils, are …

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Index of TERN newsletter articles

Do you want to search all the way back to the beginning of TERN’s newsletters for a story you vaguely remember or maybe look for …

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Oceania Ecological Forecasting Initiative (OEFI)

Interested in forecasting and prediction? The Oceania Ecological Forecasting Initiative is a grassroots regional group of individuals from Australia, New Zealand, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia …

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Fresh perspectives on paper daisy taxonomy

Twelve new species and a new genus of iconic Australian paper daisies are revealed with the help of TERN’s silica gel collection. The taxonomic review …

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