iPhone Apps and Google Maps Team Up to Battle Invasive Species

In part two of his interview, Mr. Chuck Bargeron talks about his work on EDDMapS to make invasive species mapping easy; IveGot1, the iPhone app to help citizen scientists report invasives in Florida; and his eagerly anticipated iPhone app to help with the reporting of invasives in Texas. He also brings out the important role that herbariums play to documenting the location of species. Mr. Bargeron is the technology director for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health at the University of Georgia.

Watch part one of Commander Ben’s interview with Mr. Bargeron, “Invasive species watch: Nile Monitor lizards and feral hogs”.

This video is part of Commander Ben’s “Invasive Species: Secrets Revealed” series of interviews from the 2011 Texas Invasive Plant and Pest Conference.

Commander Ben signing off…

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