TERN's Ecosystem Modelling and Scaling Infrastructure - eMAST - is supporting a number of Australian research projects. The collaborations range from supporting the development of spatial models or a grape yield predictions tool, to assisting in the establishment of a integrated vertebrate pest management tool.
For a detailed descriptions of the individual projects eMAST is supporting please select the appropriate project from the following list:
- The Spatially Explicit Data Discovery, Extraction and Evaluation Service – SPEDDEXES.
- The eMAST R-package.
- The ecosystem Production in Space and Time (ePiSaT) software.
- The Data assimilation project.
- The ANUClimate 1.0 spatial model.
- The ANUCLIM Vrsn 6.1. software package.
- The Protocol for the Analysis of Land Surface models (PALS).
- The The Hutchinson Drought Index (or Drought Severity Index) R-package.
- The 'Accurate and early yield predictions through advance statistical modelling' project.
- The Macquarie University Major Open Data Collection.
- The 'Mapping Bushfire Hazards and Impacts' project.
- The 'Including Adaptation in Modelling of Species’ Responses to Climate Change (Genomic Basis for Adaptation to Climate Change)' project.
- The 'Key trade-offs maintaining forest diversity' project.
- The 'Identifying likely climate refugia and corridors to support species range shifts' project.
- The 'An integrated tool for informing pest management: modelling range shifts for an invasive vertebrate in response to climate change' project.
- The 'Identifying regions of high drought mortality risk for tree species in NSW' project.