ASETS is pleased to announce that the smartphone app in support of the MISIN project is now available for free.
The MISIN smartphone app provides a mobile solution for the capture of invasive species field observation data. You can play an important role in the early detection and rapid response to new invasive threats in your area by contributing invasive species observations to the MISIN database.Identify and report 250+ invasive plant and animal species
Our mission is to further the generation of new ideas and applications as applied to spatial ecology through the continued integration of the explicitly spatial theories of location, distribution, interaction, and processes of spatial science.ASETS has a strong record of extramural funding in support of collaborative research with faculty and staff in the Department of Entomology and other research units within the MSU community interested in spatial ecology applications. We actively collaborate with members of the Department of Entomology here at Michigan State University, as well as with various academic, state and federal cooperators.