App helps track invasive species

App helps track invasive species

MICHIGAN State University has developed an app to help detect invasive species.

App users in the Midwest can snap photos with their smartphones, log a few notes and send their alert to a growing network of scientists and state officials who can use this critical information to increase the response to these threats. The free app is one component of the Midwest Invasive Species Information Network (MISIN) developed by Michigan State biogeographer Am

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