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Old 02-16-2010, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default Invasive Plant Inventory and Survey Methods for Land Managers:

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Invasive Plant Inventory and Survey Methods for Land Managers:
A Web Seminar Series

Center For Invasive Plant Management
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In 2009, CIPM received a grant from the Western IPM Center to develop and present a series of six interactive web seminars on invasive plant inventory and survey methods. This FREE seminar series is based on chapters from the publication Inventory and Survey Methods for Nonindigenous Plant Species (L.J. Rew and M.L. Pokorny, editors, 2006, Montana State University Extension). CIPM coordinated and funded the development and printing of the publication, which presents practical inventory and survey methods that are successfully applied over large areas, and provides guidance on selecting methods to best meet the objectives of an integrated pest management strategy. Six chapters from the publication are being presented. Presenters are indicated in bold and are the chapter authors except where noted.

* Getting Started: Fundamentals of Nonindigenous Plant Species Inventory/Survey
Monica L. Pokorny, Steven A. Dewey, and Steven R. Radosevich
Erik Lehnhoff of CIPM will be presenting
* Landscape-Scale Wildland Inventories/Surveys: Utah State University Methods
Steven A. Dewey and Kimberly A. Andersen
* Digital Aerial Sketch-Mapping for Early Detection and Mapping
Jason W. Karl and Mark Porter
* Stratified Random Sampling Method
Lisa J. Rew and Bruce D. Maxwell
* Adaptive Sampling Design
Timothy S. Prather
* Remote Sensing for Detection of Nonindigenous Species
Timothy S. Prather and Lawrence W. Lass

The web seminar series is made possible through a grant from the Western Integrated Pest Management Center. Web seminar delivery services are provided by Montana State University Extension.
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Old 02-17-2010, 01:49 PM   #2
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Very nice offerings. I noticed there was no fee for participating.
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