Upcoming iMapInvasives 3.0 Trainings

Looking for an activity where you can get outside while safely social distancing? iMapInvasives provides a great way to get out of the house and engage with nature and participate in community science by searching for invasive species in your area and reporting them from your mobile device.

Using iMapInvasives for End-of-Season Reports - Wednesday, September 30th, 1-2pm

WEBINAR

We hope you all had a productive field season – now what can you do with all of the data you entered into iMapInvasives? Join us to learn how to summarize, visualize, and analyze invasive species data for end-of-season reports within the iMapInvasives web interface. We will be discussing tips for visualizing data (for example: creating Distribution by Geography layers), as well as the iMapInvasives Reports – Species List by Geography, Infested Area, and Area Treated.

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Check out some of the target species in NYS!

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Contact Us:

New York Natural Heritage Program 

625 Broadway 5th Floor 

Albany, NY  12203

T: 518-402-8913

E: imapinvasives@dec.ny.gov

iMapInvasives is managed by the New York Natural Heritage Program (NYNHP), which is a partnership between SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, with funding from the New York State Environmental Protection Fund.

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