Data & Maps
iMapInvasives is a collaborative GIS-based invasive species database for presence, not-detected, and treatment records entered by professionals and citizen scientists. Taxonomic experts across the state review and confirm the species identity of presence records. View iMapInvasives data.
Using and analyzing iMap data
Much of the data in iMapInvasives database is available for use via Exports and Web Map Services.
View Maps & Dashboards
NY iMapInvasives and partners have created online maps and dashboards to view iMapInvasives data, derivative products, and related invasive species information. View selected examples below.
Want to create your own map or dashboard for displaying invasive species data? iMapInvasives data is available as a Web Map Service.
Invasive species are a constant challenge to the protection of our natural resources. Due to limited resources, eradication is not feasible for every project, species, or location. Economic and ecological cost may outweigh the benefits of a control project. NYNHP works with state partners to develop prioritization tools that help managers decide which invasive species management efforts will have the best outcomes.
Where are invasive species likely to spread and have a high impact?
NYNHP developed map models to help prioritize resources for early detection and invasive species control. The resulting map highlights areas with high ecological value and risk of invasive spread.
See here for more info on the layers used in this analysis