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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Data users run through the paces of remote-sensing tools

The people who use the field, airborne and satellite image products that are being generated by AusCover’s Perth node gathered at a workshop on 8 December to
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State agencies give ÆKOS the thumbs up

Ecological data managers, custodians and informatics experts in state agencies have expressed overwhelming support for and excitement about the innovations being developed for the Australian
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Wild talk at ecology workshop

The hot topic of discussion among people at the ‘Talks on the Wildside’ workshop was the need to hasten the capture of long-term data on
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Hyperspectral imaging gets a makeover

AusCover’s Perth node is leading a national collaborative project to coordinate Australian scientific work in hyperspectral imaging that will improve the country’s capability and increase
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VIIRS workshops on new remote-sensing software

TERN and AusCover are organising two workshops on the new Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) processing software that has just begun to be used in satellite
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Exploring interdisciplinary collaboration

It is widely accepted that interdisciplinary collaboration is critical for understanding and addressing complex environmental problems – but we don’t know much about collaborative behaviour
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