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About ACEAS

  The Australian Centre for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (ACEAS) has been a virtual and physical Facility within the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) for both disciplinary and inter-disciplinary integration, synthesis and modelling of ecosystem data to aid in the development of evidenced-based...

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How participation worked

ACEAS supported three main external activities: Targeted Workshops, Working Groups and Sabbatical Fellows, applications for which were open twice a year. There were six 'rounds' managed in this way, from May 2010 through to November 2012. Other meetings were supported for separate...

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Products

Each of the ACEAS groups analyse and synthesise information to gain new insight into the critical question they have chosen to pursue. They produce a variety of outputs, including presentations to their peer groups and the wider community; meeting reports; Final Reports;...

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About TERN

The Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) was established in July 2009 to provide a national collaborative infrastructure and framework to assist in collection and management of scientific data to meet the needs of the terrestrial ecosystem research community. The network...

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TERN Annual Symposia and the ACEAS Great Debate PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alison Specht   

 

The 2012 annual TERN Symposium "Leading by Example: research and management impacts of shared ecosystem data" was held in Adelaide at the National Wine Centre on the 28 and 29 March.


For ACEAS the week began with the Grand ACEAS Workshop on March 26, at which members of several ACEAS groups met together and compared notes around the themes of Extinction and Landscape Transformation. Corey Bradshaw led the group in preparing a 29-author paper titled 'Brave new green world - the costs and benefits of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity'. We wait eagerly for publication news.

 

This was followed by the Great ACEAS debate at the Royal Institution of Australia on the controversial topic 'Will European land-use devastate Australia's unique biodiversity?'


This debate can be viewed here, and it continues to delight!

 

Last Updated on Friday, 24 May 2013 18:55
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