New York Invasive Species Profiles
Our NY Partners provide invasive species information in the form of invasive species profiles and more. We have collected links to their resources below
MISIN has created excellent, concise
training modules on species identification, including quizzes.
With so many different invasive species, it helps to have a framework for prioritizing them. The species tier lists use a standardized approach based on the invasion curve to categorize species with current data and expert input. Learn more here.
There hundreds invasive species in NY, which ones are the most important to look for?
View our past newsletters for articles written by the NYNHP Invasives Species Database Team, our partners, and users of iMapInvasives
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We are excited to have iMapInvasives used in the classroom - the online tool is a great way to engage students through technology, and the data collected goes to the NS state database to help natural resource professionals. Contact us for more information.
Are you a middle school or high school science teacher that would like to explore invasive species with your class? In partnership with iMapInvasives, the DEC has developed an invasive species curriculum for students in 6th-12th grade.
Vist the NYSDEC Invasive Species Educator Resources Webpage for more.
Invasive Species Curriculum
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
In the meantime, check out the iMapInvasives Network FAQ. Please Contact us with any unanswered questions.
For help documents, tutorials and training about using iMapInvasives, please see our Self-Guided Training resources