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Great balls of fire

It’s been fire season again down here in Australia, with all that that entails. But the threat to life and property is not the only aspect of bushfires, and it’s interesting to see how the Australian ecosystem has evolved over … Continue reading

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TREND’s vision praised at launch

The official launch of the TREND program on April 27 2012 was an opportunity to showcase the work that researchers have already completed, and give a taste of things to come. The launch coincided with the release of the TREND … Continue reading

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Opening Pandora’s box? – open access for Australian ecological information

Australia has a long history of high quality ecosystem science research across multiple disciplines and over a wide range of scales. However, much of the data collected from these initiatives is fragmented in location, time and content, and separated by … Continue reading

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