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National SHaRED system to protect lifetime of research

Environmental scientists right across Australia will have access to a ground breaking system for storing and publishing all-important data collected in the field thanks to a new online tool being developed by University of Adelaide scientists. “This project is aimed at safeguarding many lifetimes of vital information collected about Australian ecosystems,” says Professor Andrew Lowe […]

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The TERN Ecosystem Science Scholarship

The TERN Geospatial Scholarship is an opportunity for a developing ecologist or spatial scientist to gain valuable experience while contributing to the leading-edge science of the University of Adelaide and the Terrestrial Ecosystems Research Network (TERN). The successful candidate will complete an ecology or GIS project related to the South Australian Transect for Environmental Monitoring […]

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University of Adelaide to host TERN 3rd Annual Symposium

The Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) will have its 3rd Annual National Symposium at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide, on 28-29 March. The University of Adelaide is a founding partner in TERN, and two key research facilities are based at the University. TERN relies on hi-tech equipment in the field and sophisticated data collection and […]

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A new phase of TERN is about to start

In the latest round of support for the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) a proposal by Profs Wayne Meyer and David Chittleborough has received support. The new support will enable continuation and supplementation of the energy, CO2 and H2O monitoring system set up over mallee vegetation on Calperum Station just north of Renmark. The 20 […]

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