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Articles on Plant Identification
Belkin, Douglas. “Rhododendron? Hydrangea? America Doesn't Know Anymore; The Country
Has a Growing Case of 'Plant Blindness'--a Term Used by Botanists to Describe the
Inability to Identify Basic Plants. Even Biologists Struggle.” The Wall Street Journal,
14 Aug. 2018, The Wall Street Journal, lib-proxy.sunywcc.edu:3077/wallstreetjournal/
Articles on Invasive Species
“Unwelcome Introduction? Non-Native Invasive Plants Can Threaten Our Ecosystems.”
Tallamy, Doug. “Unwelcome Introduction? Non-Native Invasive Plants Can Threaten Our Ecosystems.” New York State Conservationist, vol. 72, no. 4, Feb. 2018, pp. 24–27. Academic Search Complete, lib-proxy.sunywcc.edu:2061/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=128113168&site=ehost-live.
"Floating in Plain Sight: Invasive Aquatic Garden Plants"
McGlynn, Catherine. "Floating in Plain Sight: Invasive Aquatic Garden Plants." New York State Conservationist, vol.71, no.5, April 2017, p. 32. Gale Academic OneFile, suny-wes.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01SUNY_WES/1oo5dac/cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_1888889307.
New Technology for Plant Identification
“iMapInvasives is an on-line, GIS-based data management system used to assist citizen scientists and natural resource professionals working to protect our natural resources from the threat of invasive species.”
iNaturalist is a nature app that allows naturalists, citizen scientists, and biologists to record and send observations of plants and animals into scientific data repositories that research scientists use to study biodiversity across the globe.