Invasive Species Mapping Made Easy!

Tallow Tree Collecting GPS Coordinates

EDDMapS, started in 2005, is now providing a picture of the distribution of invasive species across the U.S. and Canada

  • Fast and easy to use - no knowledge of GIS required
  • Web-based mapping of invasive species distribution to help fill gaps and identify “leading edge” ranges
  • Facilitates Early Detection and Rapid Response implementation with online data entry forms, e-mail alerts and network of expert verifiers
  • One Database for both local and national data
  • Data can be searched, queried and downloaded in a variety of formats
  • Cooperates with and aggregates data from other invasive species mapping projects
  • Custom/hosted applications can be quickly and inexpensively developed

Bugwood Apps

Map It!

Map It!

Quickly Enter or Select on a Map the Location of Invasive Species in Your Area.

Zap It!

Zap It!

Remove or Treat the Invasive Species You Find, Use EDDMapS to Document that Treatment

Map it Again!

Map it Again!

Monitor the Occurrence, Report the Monitoring Efforts and Follow-up Treatments.


Supporters
USDA Forest ServiceNational Park ServiceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Statistics

2,262,085 County Reports
1,322,942 Point Reports
3,315 Species / 20,442 Users

Bugwood Center Developed by The University of Georgia - Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.
Last updated on Sunday, March 02, 2014 at 04:49 PM