‘People using TERN’

In order to impact on Australia's ecosystem science TERN and its facilities provides infrastructure useful for a wide range of disciplines. To showcase the enormous diversity of their end-user community TERN's July newsletter issue focused on the 'People using TERN', introducing collaborators from various disciplines, backgrounds and countries.

Tim Hoar, scientist at the National Center of Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in the USA and active collaborator with eMAST, is one of the professionals introduced in TERN's July newsletter.

Tim, eMASTer Bradley and Luigi were part of the team that helped to set up the data assimilation system DART in Australia and couple it to Australia's Community Atmosphere Biosphere Land Exchange (CABLE) model.

To read the article about Tim published in TERN's July newsletter click here.

If you want to know about DART, its incorporation into CABLE and the role of NCI's supercomputer Raijin click here.