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A break with tradition brings state-of-the-art modelling

Some of the work e-MAST is carrying out involves interpolating climate from weather stations to high-resolution grids. This process is illustrated here with annual mean temperature, …

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Coastal web portal links local research and local councils

The latest coastal research is now at the fingertips of councils and developers with the launch of Coastal Research, a web portal to national, regional …

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Workshops bring remote sensing down to Earth

There were plenty of ‘wow’ moments for those taking part in the Perth and Melbourne workshops on Visible and Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) satellite-mounted …

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WA Scientist of the Year has TERN link

Internationally renowned ecologist Professor Richard Hobbs, who was on the original TERN Board, has been named the Western Australian Scientist of the Year for his outstanding …

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How much has our landscape changed? And should we care?

Although it has become common knowledge that Australia’s landscape has changed dramatically since the settlement of Europeans 224 years ago, precisely what has changed, how …

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Taking the pressure off Australia’s stressed ecosystems

The Australian Academy of Science has launched an initiative that it hopes will diminish the stress in Australia’s ecosystems, and has announced a national working …

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Cross-Tasman project to monitor primary production

A new TERN facility, Ecosystem Modelling and Scaling Infrastructure (e-MAST), has spawned a cross-Tasman project to create a generic, continent-wide monitoring system for primary production. …

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Users improve mapping tool in data portal

The map display in the ÆKOS data portal has been improved, a direct result of feedback from users of the alpha version released for testing last …

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From creatures that live in mineral deposits to the poles, DNA barcoding matures and spreads

Professor Andy Lowe reports that the Fourth International Barcode of Life (IBOL) Conference, held at the University of Adelaide between 28 November and 3 December …

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Full house for AusPlots training – and more to come

NOTE: The AusPlots Rangelands Survey Protocols Manual is now available for free download here There was a full house for AusPlots-Rangelands’ training at the Calperum …

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