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Our Prizes

NCRIS Data (Bounty Prize)

The most innovative use of NCRIS data collections and infrastructure.

Paddock to Plate Hack (Major Prize)

This category is all about Australia’s paddock to plate industries. Can you discover insights about Australia’s farming, transport, produce, and exports industries? What opportunities exist? Can we harness environmental data to support premium crops? Perhaps you can connect farmers with markets. Concepts could support regional development and communities to support our agriculture communities. How do we spread the word about premium exports or solve wicked infrastructure challenges. Anything goes as long as is supports paddock to plate industries.

Our Featured Datasets

Advanced Ecological Knowledge Observation System data (Australian plant and animal data)

The ÆKOS system is primarily focused on systematically collected terrestrial ecosystem data using plot-based collection methods. These data are useful for reliable testing of fundamental ecosystem hypotheses. Ì KOS stores the plot-based data and Information that describes the data and its coll...

Atlas of Living Australia

The Atlas of Living Australia contains a massive amount of biodiversity data collated by Australian scientific communities and citizen scientists. Tons of geospatially located species occurrences, info on those species. The ALA also has an extensive set of APIs for downloading and uploading da...

Our Data Portals

Atlas of Living Australia

The Atlas of Living Australia contains a massive amount of biodiversity data collated by Australian scientific communities and citizen scientists. Tons of geospatially located species occurrences, info on those species. The ALA also has an extensive set of APIs for downloading and uploading data.

Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network

TERN contains a wide variety of ecosystem datasets including plants, animals, ecological dynamics, fresh water and estuarine ecosystems, soils, agriculture, oceans and coasts, climate, human-nature interaction, and energy, water and gas.