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JCU's Research Portfolio and Self-Deposit - webinar recording released

JCU's Research Portfolio and Self-Deposit - webinar recording released

On the 13th of March, Marianne Brown presented the work that has been undertaken at JCU around creating a research data repository. One tool that has been created to help promote JCU's research is the Research Portfolio system. The presentation is now available on ANDS YouTube channel for those that may have missed it.

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CliMAS - Climate Maps for Australian Species

CliMAS - Climate Maps for Australian Species

The eResearch Centre recently completed a 12 month project to build a suite of tools to assist researchers and the general public gain an understand of the possible impact of climate change on Australian terrestrial vertebrate.

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Edgar - an interview with Stephen Garnett

Edgar - an interview with Stephen Garnett

The Edgar project was developed by the eResearch Centre with the Centre for Tropical Biodiversity and Climate Change. In this interview, Professor Stephen Garnett talks about how Edgar understand climate change impacts on Australian birds.

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Announcing NCCARF National Conference ‘Climate Adaptation 2013: knowledge + partnerships’

Announcing NCCARF National Conference ‘Climate Adaptation 2013: knowledge + partnerships’

The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) will hold its national conference over three days in June 2013 (25 - 27 June) at the Hilton Hotel, Sydney.

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Taxonomy of Research Data Storage Solutions

The eResearch Centre at JCU has created a quick cheat sheet of storage solutions available to JCU researchers

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eResearch Ph.D Candidate receives QCIF travel scholarship to SC11

eResearch Ph.D Candidate receives QCIF travel scholarship to SC11

Bryce Thomas, Ph.D. Candidate, Information Technology, James Cook University has been successfully awarded a travel scholarship to attend a workshop at Supercomputing11 in Seattle.

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