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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Four states in the field at Chowilla

The TERN Calperum Mallee Supersite near Chowilla was a hive of activity in late January and early February, when eight AusCover team members from four states …

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Making better decisions in conservation policy

An ACEAS-funded workshop aims to assist decision makers in natural resource management and planning set better priorities for policies aimed at the conservation of native species. …

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Workshop on NASA’s new earth monitoring satellite and sensor system

AusCover has announced the program for the two workshops it is organising with TERN on the newly launched  Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite’s (VIIRS) processing software. …

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E-research prize on offer

If you know someone who has contributed to e-research you can nominate them for the James Tizard Memorial Prize — but be quick, as applications …

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Supersites get the measure of ecosystems

It began as long-term research plot in Tasmania in the 1990s, before the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) was a twinkle in anyone’s eye. Now it …

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Supersite portal gives snapshot of research

The portal of the Australian Supersite Network (ASN) is the first port of call for researchers, analysts and policy writers who want snapshot information about research …

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