When rubbish enters the ocean what happens? Oceanographer Dr Erik Van Sebille says: “The plastic joins other rubbish ... and is eaten by thousands of sea animals, birds and fish who mistake the plastic for food.” Dr Van Sebille is using the NeCTAR Research Cloud to host http://www.adrift.org.au a research tool 'Adrift' to explore how objects drift through the ocean.
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Stage One Request for Proposal (closed Nov 2, 2011)
NeCTAR Final Project Plan - August 2011
NeCTAR Final Project Plan (PDF 829 kB) - Approved by DIISR on August 19 2011.
NB: DIISR has requested an opportunity for further discussion with the NeCTAR Project Board on the NeCTAR Initiated Activities described in this plan. No activity will be undertaken under the NeCTAR Initiated Activities prior to discussion between the Department and the Project Board.
NeCTAR Draft Final Project Plan - May 2011
NeCTAR Draft Final Project Plan (PDF, 1.4MB)
Townhall Meetings Presentation (PDF, 4MB)
NeCTAR Consultation Plan (PDF, 90KB)
NeCTAR Consultation Paper (PDF, 131KB)
NeCTAR Interim Project Plan (PDF, 396KB)
NeCTAR National Servers Program Implementation Plan (PDF, 594KB)
CAUDIT, 21 October 2010 (PPT, 311KB)
AeRIC, 19 October 2010 (PPT, 348KB)
Research Cloud Technical Workshop March 2011
Mariusz Witek Cloud Presentation March 2011 (PDF, 1.47MB)
Nick Jones Cloud Presentation March 2011 (PDF, 2.07MB)
Joseph Antony Cloud Presentation March 2011 (PDF, 4.63MB)
Blair Bethwaite Cloud Presentation March 2011 (PDF, 1.74MB)
Tom Fifield Cloud Presentation March 2011 (PDF, 3.87MB)