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2021/04/14-1 - Updated for changes in Product Spec v0.05

Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network
Kitchen, Mark
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Contact Information

info@ga.gov.au

Brief description

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Example: This data set provides the photosynthetic pathways for 2428 species recorded across 541 plots surveyed by Australia’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) between 2011 and 2017 (inclusive). TERN survey plots are 1 ha (100 x 100 m) permanently established sites located in a homogeneous area of terrestrial vegetation. At each plot, TERN survey teams record vegetation composition and structural characteristics and collect a range of plant samples using a point-intercept method. Species were assigned a photosynthetic pathway using literature and carbon stable isotope analysis of bulk tissue collected by TERN at the survey plots.

Lineage

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Notes

Credit
We at TERN acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians throughout Australia, New Zealand and all nations. We honour their profound connections to land, water, biodiversity and culture and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Credit
Placeholder text=The project was funded by xxx and yyy
Purpose
Placeholder text=Provide a brief summary of the purpose for collecting the data including the potential use. This photosynthetic pathway data set was created by TERN to enable research examining the abundance, richness, and distribution of C4 and C3 vegetation in Australia.

Data time period: 1899-12-31 to 1899-12-31

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154,-10 154,-44 112,-44 112,-10 154,-10

133,-27

136.406,-20.863 136.406,-28.211 127.266,-28.211 127.266,-20.863 136.406,-20.863

131.836,-24.537

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Other Information
(DictionaryParkhurst_etal_2020.csv)

uri : https://shared.tern.org.au/attachment/26f41575-b9f1-4e9b-81f4-d4283fa97855/DictionaryParkhurst_etal_2020_C2yqIeI.csv

WFS Service OGC:WFS [layer name] (Name of Service)

uri : http://gsky.nci.org.au/ows/geoglam