Citizen Science Month: iMapinvasives
Join the University Library System on Tuesday, April 13 from 11 am - 12 pm to learn more about invasive species in Western Pennsylvania.
Amy Jewitt, Invasive Species Cooridinator, from the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy will describe the iMapinvasives, an online GIS-based data management system used to assist citizen scientists and natural resources professionals working to protect our natural resources from the threat of invasive species. Amy will talk a about what species are considered invasive in PA and how to identify them (and why it's important to report them!).
Amy's education includes a B.S. in Agricultural Science from the Pennsylvania State University with minors in Horticulture, International Agriculture, and Leadership Development.
Registration is required. This event is virtual.
Hello! I look forward to working with you. Please email details about your research question, project, or even a copy of the class assignment with you. I can specifically help with library questions related to:
- Physics and Astronomy
I can meet with you via Zoom/Teams. If you prefer to meet f-f, we can meet in a conference room in the Engineering Library and still be socially distanced. The Engineering Library is located in G-33 Benedum Hall.
If you can't find a time in my calendar that works for you, please email me to see if we can arrange another time.
Judy Brink, Head, Engineering Library