AuScope manages Australia's geoscience research infrastructure in collaboration with research groups nationally. In its ten-year history, AuScope's physical and digital infrastructure has facilitated innovative solutions to Australia's economic, social and environmental challenges across civil, environmental, marine and agricultural industries, as well as science outreach in schools nationally.
AuScope's government funded components include Subsurface Monitoring, Geospatial Monitoring, National Virtual Core Library, Earth Composition and Evolution, eResearch, and Simulation and Modelling.
In the next decade, Australian researchers using AuScope infrastructure will be challenged with developing new clean energy solutions and sustainable frameworks for natural resources, food and water. AuScope's collaborative research style and reputation for delivering real value in the fields of earth and geospatial science make it a critically important pillar underpinning Australia's prosperity.
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