Terra Nova project comes to a successful completionPosted: December 4, 2014
The Climate Change Adaptation Information Hub project, which delivered the Terra Nova project, has now been successfully completed.
The project, which involves the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) and Griffith researchers and policy makers, has been commended by ANDS Director Ross Wilkinson. Mr Wilkinson went on to specifically acknowledge the work of Griffith staff; Prof. Brendan Mackey, Malcolm Wolski, Andrew Bowness, Samuel Mackay, Gerhard Weis, James Mills, Samuel Wolski and Mitchell Kerry. Mentioning their hard work “has resulted in a significant demonstration of the value of bringing data together by your institution and delivered benefits to the Australian research community.”
TerraNova is a joint initiative between Griffith School of the Environment and eResearch Services at Griffith university, the Queensland CyberInfrastructure Foundation, and the Australian National Data Service, and addresses research infrastructure needs for investigations into climate change adaptation research.