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Stink Bug Scout is designed for use by university researchers formaking assessments of stink bug populations in fields and acrosslandscapes. At the point of collection, stink bugs are identifiedby the user, with assistance from pictures in the app database, andthen entered into the database and uploaded to EDDMapS by multipleusers simultaneously. All data points are stamped with the currenttime, date, latitude, and longitude and can be downloaded andsorted for further analyses. Stink Bug Scout was developed by theUniversity of Georgia Center for Invasive Species and EcosystemHealth in cooperation with the Department of Entomology at theCollege of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

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SE Agricultural Stink Bug ID 1.1 APK
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Identify common stink bugs found inagricultural ecosystems of Georgia and the southeastern US.SE Agricultural Stink Bug ID is designed for use by universityresearchers, Extension specialists, county agents, consultants,scouts, and growers who need to identify stink bugs collected inagricultural settings. Images for most species include eggs,nymphs, and adults. Key characteristics of each species arehighlighted to allow the user to easily identify a specimen inhand. Common names in parentheses indicate that no official commonname has been adopted by the Entomological Society of America. Theapp was developed by the University of Georgia Center for InvasiveSpecies and Ecosystem Health and the Department of Entomology,units in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences,with funding from Cotton Incorporated.
SEEDN 4.3.2 APK
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Southeast Early Detection Network Identify and Report InvasivePlants, Insects and Plant Pathogens in the Southeastern UnitedStates The Southeast Early Detection Network (SEEDN) app brings thepower of EDDMapS to your smartphone. Now you can submit invasivespecies observations directly with your smartphone from the field.These reports are uploaded to EDDMapS and e-mailed directly tolocal and state verifiers for review. SEEDN was developed by theUniversity of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and EcosystemHealth. SEEDN is more than just a smartphone app; it is anintegrated invasive species reporting and outreach campaign for theSoutheastern United States that includes the app and the EDDMapSwebsite. Every year new invasive plants, insects and plantpathogens are found in the Southeast. These non-native invasivespecies threaten to undermine the health of our environment. Morethan an inconvenience, invasive plants and animals can greatlyalter our native landscape, adversely impact native wildlife,destroy agricultural crops and threaten our health. Invasions ofexotic species cost the United States over $120 billion each year.The economic costs are small compared to the ecological ones. Thesouthern United States has millions of acres of public lands; theselands furnish us the water we drink, the air we breathe andcountless recreational opportunities. These public lands are highlyvulnerable to invasion by exotic plant and animal species; it isestimated that over 18 million or 10% of forested acres in theSouth have been infested by invasive species. By reportingsightings of invasive plants and other invasive pests, we canbetter assess the extent of the infestations and hopefullyeradicate new infestations before they become huge problems such askudzu. The goal of SEEDN is to make identification and reporting aseasy and efficient as possible. Just a few minutes of your time canhelp provide vital information needed to protect vital wildlifehabitat, agriculture, forestry and your favorite recreational areasfrom the damage caused by invasive species. This app is so easy touse, you can collect data while out fishing, hiking, kayaking orwalking around your neighborhood. Features: • GPS automaticallycaptures your current location • Submit an image of your sightingto add validity to your report • Online reporting • Offlinereporting: reports saved on your phone to upload when you havenetwork connectivity • Species ID Guides include images andinformation on the worst non-native invasive plants, insects andplant pathogensin the Southeastern United States • Providesreal-time point distribution maps centered on your current location• Invasive species resources Powered by EDDMapS - The University ofGeorgia Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health's EarlyDetection and Distribution Mapping System. EDDMapS allows for realtime tracking of invasive species occurrences using local andnational distribution maps and electronic early detection reportingtools.
IveGot1 4.5.2_3 APK
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IveGot1 brings the power of EDDMapS to your Android. Now you cansubmit invasive species observations directly with your Androidfrom the field. These reports are uploaded to EDDMapS and e-maileddirectly to local and state verifiers for review. IveGot1 wasdeveloped by the University of Georgia Center for Invasive Speciesand Ecosystem Health through a cooperative agreement with theNational Park Service, in cooperation with the Florida Fish andWildlife Conservation Commission and the University of FloridaCenter for Aquatic and Invasive Plants. IveGot1 is more than justan app, it is an integrated invasive species reporting and outreachcampaign for Florida that includes the app, a website with directaccess to invasive species reporting and a hotline 1-888-IVEGOT1for instant reports of live animals.Every year more than 85 millionpeople visit Florida. However, people are not Florida's onlyvisitors; Florida is also an inviting destination for invasivespecies that threaten to undermine the health of our environment.More than an inconvenience, invasive plants and animals can greatlyalter our native landscape, adversely impact native wildlife,destroy agricultural crops and threaten our health. Invasions ofexotic species cost Floridians over $500 million each year. Theeconomic costs are small compared to the ecological ones. Floridahas millions of acres of public lands; these lands furnish us thewater we drink, the air we breathe and countless recreationalopportunities. These public lands are highly vulnerable to invasionby exotic plant and animal species; it is estimated that more than1.7 million acres of Florida’s natural areas have been infested byinvasive species.By reporting sightings of invasive animals andplants, we can better assess the extent of the infestations andhopefully eradicate new infestations before they become hugeproblems such as melaleuca or Burmese pythons. The goal of IveGot1is to make identification and reporting easy and efficient aspossible.Features:Easy species reporting that captures your currentlocation and allows you to submit an image of your sightings.IveGot1 allows for both online and offline reporting with reportssaved on your phone for uploading when you have networkconnectivity.Images and information on Florida's worst non-nativeinvasive animals and plants.Real-time point distribution mapscentered on your current location.Get Involved - Join the FloridaExotic Pest Plant Council or your local Cooperative InvasiveSpecies Management Area (CISMA) through the Florida InvasiveSpecies Partnership.Powered by EDDMapS - The University of GeorgiaCenter for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health's Early Detectionand Distribution Mapping System. EDDMapS allows for real timetracking of invasive species occurrences using local and nationaldistribution maps and electronic early detection reporting tools.
Vegetable Doctor 1.3 APK
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VegDr provides you with up-to-date information for vegetablediseases in Georgia. The app contains information on variousdiseases, images of the symptoms, and list what products areconsidered effective for control. At present time, the app isintended for Cucurbits only, however, solanaceous crops will beadded soon.. Recommendations are based on information on themanufacturer’s label and performance data from research andExtension trials the University of Georgia. VegDr was developed bythe University of Georgia Center for Invasive Species and EcosystemHealth in cooperation with the Department of Plant Pathology in theCollege of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences with supportfrom the Southern IPM Center and funding provided by the NationalInstitute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture,under Agreement No. 2012-41530-19778.For more information,contact:Chuck Bargeron, [email protected] Bhabesh Dutta,[email protected] Brock, [email protected] LaForest,[email protected]
EDDMapS West 4.2.7 APK
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EDDMapS is a national web-based mapping system for documentinginvasive species distribution. It is fast, easy to use and doesn'trequire Geographic Information Systems experience. Launched in 2005by the CISEH, it was originally designed as a tool for state ExoticPest Plant Councils to develop more complete distribution data ofinvasive species. EDDMapS goal is to maximize the effectiveness andaccessibility of the immense numbers of invasive speciesobservations recorded each year. EDDMapS combines data from otherdatabases and organizations as well as volunteer observations tocreate a national network of invasive species distribution datathat is shared with educators, land managers, conservationbiologists, and beyond. As of November 2011, EDDMapS has over 1.5million records. This data serves as the foundation for a betterunderstanding of invasive species distribution around the world. OnSeptember 28, 2010, the MRWC and CISEH launched the MRWC-EDDMapS –a customized system that focuses on species that are new orpotential new invaders to the Coalition states, and that provides ameans of reporting new sightings of select invasive species, amechanism for alerting appropriate individuals to the reports, andgenerates distribution maps for the reported species.
EDDMapS Ontario 4.2.0_3 APK
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EDDMapS Ontario brings the power of EDDMapS to your Android phone.Now you can submit invasive species observations directly with yourAndroid phone from the field. These reports are uploaded to EDDMapSand e-mailed directly to local and state verifiers for review.EDDMapS Ontario was developed by the University of Georgia Centerfor Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.App developed by RusticoDavid, Jr. and Chuck Bargeron, University of Georgia – Center forInvasive Species and Ecosystem Health.EDDMapS Ontario was developedthrough the support and funding provided by the Canada/OntarioInvasive Species Centre, the Ontario Federation of Anglers andHunters, and the Ontario Ministry of NaturalResources.Features:Easy species reporting that captures yourcurrent location and allows you to submit an image of yoursightings. EDDMapS Ontario allows for both online and offlinereporting with reports saved on your phone for uploading when youhave network connectivity.Images and information on Ontario\'sworst non-native invasive animals and plants.Real-time pointdistribution maps centered on your current location.Powered byEDDMapS - The University of Georgia Center for Invasive Species andEcosystem Health\'s Early Detection and Distribution MappingSystem. EDDMapS allows for real time tracking of invasive speciesoccurrences using local and national distribution maps andelectronic early detection reporting tools. For more informationabout EDDMapS, visit http://www.eddmaps.org/.
MAEDN 4.3.2_3 APK
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Mid-Atlantic Early Detection NetworkIdentify and Report InvasivePlants, Insects and Plant Pathogens in the Mid-Atlantic States TheMid-Atlantic Early Detection Network (MAEDN) App brings the powerof EDDMapS to your smartphone. Now you can submit invasive speciesobservations directly with your smartphone from the field. Thesereports are uploaded to EDDMapS and e-mailed directly to local andstate verifiers for review. MAEDN was developed by the Universityof Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.MAEDN is more than just a smartphone app; MAEDN is a vast networkof land managers, field experts, citizen scientists, naturalists,gardeners and others interested in documenting invasive plantoccurrences in the Mid-Atlantic region for the purposes of earlydetection, improved management and better coordination. The regionincludes Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania,Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. Every yearnew invasive plants, insects and plant pathogens are found in theMid-Atlantic region. These non-native invasive species threaten toundermine the health of our environment. More than aninconvenience, invasive plants and animals can greatly alter ournative landscape, adversely impact native wildlife, destroyagricultural crops and threaten our health. Invasions of exoticspecies cost the United States over $120 billion each year. Theeconomic costs are small compared to the ecological ones. Ournatural areas furnish us the water we drink, the air we breathe andcountless recreational opportunities. These lands are vulnerable toinvasion by exotic plant and animal species and these infestationscontinue to increase every year. By reporting sightings of invasiveplants and other invasive pests, we can better assess the extent ofthe infestations and hopefully eradicate new infestations beforethey become huge problems such as Japanese stiltgrass,tree-of-heaven or purple loosestrife. The goal of MAEDN is to makeidentification and reporting as easy and efficient as possible.Just a few minutes of your time can help provide vital informationneeded to protect vital wildlife habitat, agriculture, forestry andyour favorite recreational areas from the damage caused by invasivespecies. This app is so easy to use, you can collect data while outfishing, hiking, kayaking or walking around your neighborhood.Features: •GPS automatically captures your current location •Submitan image of your sighting to add validity to your report •Onlinereporting •Offline reporting: reports saved on your phone to uploadwhen you have network connectivity •Species ID Guides includeimages and information on the worst non-native invasive plants andother invasive pest species of the Mid-Atlantic region of theUnited States •Provides real-time point distribution maps centeredon your current location •Invasive species resources Powered byEDDMapS - The University of Georgia Center for Invasive Species andEcosystem Health's Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System.EDDMapS allows for real time tracking of invasive speciesoccurrences using local and national distribution maps andelectronic early detection reporting tools. Thanks to support fromInvasive Plant Control, Inc., National Park Service, University ofMaryland, USDA NIFA and USDA Forest Service, EDDMapS, MAEDN and theMAEDN app is available to users at no cost.
GLEDN 4.2.6_3 APK
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GLEDN is an invasive species early detection and warning system forthe Great Lakes region developed through funding provided by theNational Park Service as part of the Great Lakes RestorationInitiative. GLEDN is an online system that collects invasivespecies reports from casual observers, verifies these reports andintegrates them with others networks. The system then uses thisintegrated information to send customized early detection emailalerts.
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