Council or Task Force
California Invasive Plant Council.
a new Web site for mapping invasive plant spread
and planning regional
generate a report
for their region that synthesizes information into
three types of strategic opportunities: surveillance,
eradication and containment. Land managers can use
these reports to prioritize their invasive plant
management, to coordinate at the landscape level
(county or larger) and to justify funding requests.
For some species, CalWeedMapper also provides maps
of suitable range that show where a plant might be
able to grow in the future. The system was developed
by the California
Invasive Plant Council and is designed
to stay current by allowing users to edit data.
of Invasive Plants Impacting National Parks in
the United States (Jan 5, 2009; PDF | 149 KB)
University of Georgia. Center for
Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.
Prepared by Jil M. Swearingen, National Park Service,
Center for Urban Ecology. See also: Invasive
Plant Atlas National Parks
Tamarix Cooperative Mapping Initiative (T-Map)
DOI. USGS. National Instititue of Invasive Species Science.
Detection and Monitoring of Invasive Plant Species Using Remote Sensing
Czech Academy of Sciences. Institute of Botany; Brno University of Technology. Institute for Aerospace Engineering.
Forest Inventory and Analysis - Invasive
Northern Research Station.
Maps are organized for 43 invasive plant species into five categories: trees, shrubs, vines, herbs, and grasses. Select the desired species to view the distribution information for northern states.
See also: A
Guide to Nonnative Invasive Plants Inventoried in
the North by Forest Inventory and Analysis (Sep
Weed Manager's Guide to Remote Sensing and GIS
USDA. FS. Remote Sensing Applications Center.
Watchers: A Volunteer-Based Invasive Plant Early Detection Program
Inventory & Monitoring Program. San Francisco
Bay Area Network.
Measuring and Monitoring Plant Populations (PDF | 5.13 MB)
DOI. Bureau of Land Management.
Invasive Plant Management: Monitoring
Montana State University. Center for Invasive
See also: Inventory
and Survey Resources
Mapping Montana's Noxious Weeds (2001)
Montana State University Service.
Monitoring Your Wetland - Invasive Plants (PDF | 2.99 MB)
University of Wisconsin - Extension.
See also: Monitoring Your Wetland for more resources
American Invasive Species Management Mapping
North American Invasive Species Management
Endorsed by: Federal Interagency Committee for the Management of Noxious and
Exotic Weeds, approved May 7, 2002.
New York Metropolitan
Flora Project (NYMF)
Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Dozens of flora native to the New York region face extinction, a result of urban
development and the encroachment of invasive plants from foreign lands, scientists
from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden report. Hoping to revive plants facing extinction,
scientists recently completed a 20-year project mapping species in every county
within a 50-mile radius of New York, providing detailed information on the health
of more than 15,000 native and nonnative species. See the for more information.
See also: Press
Release: Some Plants Native to NYC Area Have
Become Locally Extinct As New Flora Has Moved
In (Apr 5, 2010)
Control Association Online Weed Management
Nebraska Weed Control Association.
A state-wide mapping system for all 93 counties
in Nebraska. This mapping system creates a
state-wide database of invasive plants information
and maps them using ArcIMS. Each county weed control authority
updates the information directly on the website from current inspections.
Note, this may be the first state-wide mapping
program of this type.