Monday, May 21, 2012
I have been quite impressed by the information available electronically these days especially in map (and GIS) format. For example, I quickly added aps to my Ipad that allow me to track soils and tree species in my neighborhood. The latest in fun online resources is the Map of Life. Started by a consortium of scientists, Map of Life will map distributions of vertebrate species. I used it to track all my favorite owl species.
Jessie "Hoot Hoot" Owley
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