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Other Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC)
The ACE CRC provides a focus for Australia's national research effort dedicated to sustainable management of Antarctic marine ecosystem resources, and the study of atmospheric and oceanic processes of the Southern Ocean. The CRC is located in Hobart, Tasmania
Commonwealth Government Australian Antarctic Division (AAD)
The AAD leads Australia's Antarctic program. It ensures that Australia's Antarctic interests are advanced, through the Antarctic Treaty System; it administers the Australian Antarctic Territory, and the territories of Heard Island and McDonald islands; it conducts and promotes research. The AAD headquarters is located in Tasmania, at Kingston, south of Hobart
Commonwealth Government Australian Research Council (ARC)
The ARC is a statutory authority within the Australian Government's Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (IISR) portfolio. It provides advice to the Government on research matters and manages the National Competitive Grants Program (NCGP
Commonwealth Government Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station
Located in remote north-western Tasmania, the Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station provides vital information about changes to the atmospheric composition of the Southern Hemisphere
Commonwealth Government Cape Grim Greenhouse Gas Data (CSIRO)
Website showing data collected over the last 35 years by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology at the Air Pollution station at Cape Grim, Tasmania. It demonstrates how levels of greenhouse gases have been changing each month
Commonwealth Government CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation)
CSIRO is Australia's national science agency. It undertakes scientific and industrial research over a broad range of areas of economic and social value
Commonwealth Government CSIRO Hobart Laboratories
CSIRO's Hobart Laboratories conducts research into sustainable marine resources and industries; climate, weather and ocean prediction; and integrated coastal and oceans management
State Government Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment: a-z list of application forms - certificates, permits and licences
Alphabetical subject list of application forms for all areas of activity of the Tasmanian Government Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment
State Government Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment: public comments invited
DPIPWE page providing links to documents for which public comment is invited
Commonwealth Government Inspiring Australia Strategy
Australian Government strategy to engage Australians with science. Includes details of grants, National Science Week and the Prime Minister's Prizes for Science (links to application forms as available)
Other International Antarctic Institute
Established in 2006, the Institute offers a range of educational programs as part of degrees offered by partner institutions. The secretariat of the Institute resides at the University of Tasmania, Hobart
State Government LINC Tasmania: eresources
Online database resources available to LINC Tasmania members. Subjects include encyclopedias, health, arts, music, family history, business, news, legal, books and literacy
State Government Reaching our potential: developing Tasmania's science research capability
To facilitate the expansion of the science research sector in Tasmania, the Tasmanian Government has released " Reaching our potential: developing Tasmania’s science research capability", a sector development strategy under the Economic Development Plan
State Government Redmap
REDMAP is an interactive website for reported sightings of marine species which might be shifting distributions further south due to warming waters along the State's coastline. Also provides educational resources on Tasmanian marine environments, marine species and climate change. Designed by Dr. Gretta Pecl
Commonwealth Government Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Details of the Australian Government awards which aim to support young people between the ages of 18 and 35 years to undertake a project on an innovative or emerging scientific issue that will contribute to the advancement of Australia's agricultural, fisheries, and forestry industries. Downloadable Application Forms as available
State Government Scientific permits (fauna) applications: public comment invited
Listing of applications for permits to take wildlife for scientific purposes. Public comment is invited. Also links to permit forms
State Government Tasmanian Forest Insect Collection
Provides information on the Tasmanian Forest Insect Collection (TFIC) which is only one of three state forestry-specific collections in Australia
State Government WhySci
Networking website helps users share knowledge and resources, and promote important science events around Tasmania developed by the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts and the University of Tasmania

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