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The establishment of the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) commenced in July, 2009, under the then Australian Federal Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIIRSR) NCRIS Program. The goal for TERN has been to provide a national collaborative infrastructure and associated scientific frameworks, to assist in collection and management of science-quality data to meet the needs of the terrestrial ecosystem research community. Ongoing government funding has allowed us to build and operate a significant data facility and extensive, collaborative network of domain experts and users that form part of the AusCover partnership.

TERN AusCover enables the use and access of field-verified remote sensing data products for accurate and precise mapping and monitoring of Australian ecosystems. This partnership of over 12 government and academic institutions collects data about ecosystems using satellites, airborne sensors, and onground systems. We then develop tools and data products that enable researchers and resource managers to measure, investigate and understand how our environments are structured and are changing over time.
Goddard Building, The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD 4067
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