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Raincoat for a rainforest: Simulating drought in the Daintree

How might the world’s rainforests respond if droughts become more frequent in the future? This question is behind a unique experiment using one of TERN’s environmental …

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People using TERN: Andrew Edwards

A research fellow from the Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research is using TERN delivered data to map fire severity across the Top End for more …

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Listen up: new technologies for sound biodiversity monitoring

TERN is investing in a brave new world of biodiversity monitoring with remote sensors and artificial intelligence. Acoustic sensors at our nation-wide environmental observatories provide …

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TREND delivers science for land-use planning

Delivering relevant and meaningful science for policy and decision-makers is vital to ensure effective land management in Australia. This can be a challenge, as scientific …

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Book on understanding climate change has local connection

A book explaining the what, how and why of global change science, just published by Cambridge University Press, has a TERN connection – Professor Colin …

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Monitoring water quality in urbanised catchments

Across a number of Australian cities, population growth and urban expansion are leading to rapid changes in land-use patterns and the use of resources, especially …

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Flux and supersite networks join forces to measure effects of logging

A long-established research site that measures interactions between the atmosphere and production eucalypt forest on the western edge of the Snowy Mountains has been integrated …

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NCRIS partners work together to build Soils-to-Satellites tool

One of the great challenges to increasing the sustainability of land management is the need to integrate many different kinds of data at many different …

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Tourists volunteer time and passion for Daintree science effort

Using volunteers is nothing new to researchers, but working out the most suitable type of volunteer – intern, undergrad, PhD student, local community member, ‘voluntourist’ …

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Eco-informatics and US data giant share ideas

The Eco-informatics facility provided the Australian accent among the largely US voices at the DataONE Users’ Group (DUG) meeting at the University of Wisconsin–Madison last …

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