Mapping INNS across England

INNS Mapper is a web-based system for submitting INNS records as well as reporting surveys and treatment of invasive species across England. The software allows entry of data, including nil results, along riparian and coastal areas. The ability to see data over time can be used by local action groups to track where species have appeared or where treatment has reduced abundance. INNS Mapper can help in creating effective plans for fighting INNS across catchment, regional and national scale.

Funding from RAPID has enabled Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to expand the system to include all of England, based on the five RAPID regions. Register on the INNS Mapper website (external link) to use INNS Mapper today!

RAPID partners: APHA, Natural England, Bristol Zoological Society, Life, Natura 2000
RAPID LIFE was a European Union funded project led by the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) in partnership with Natural England and Bristol Zoological Society and supported by a number of further technical partners.

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