ASETS is involved in local, state, regional and national scale projects investigating and managing invasive species populations. We collaborate with various state, federal, academic and NGO partners in an effort to better understand the population dynamics of alien invading species and develop strategies for their monitoring and mitigation. At the core of our laboratory lies a geospatial computing infrastructure which supports the field survey, data management and spatial analysis associated with the array of currently ongoing projects. These projects are related to the national management of gypsy moth and emerald ash borer and the all taxa mapping of regional terrestrial and aquatic invasive species. Continue to the section below to learn more about the various products resulting from our current work and the services that we can provide through collaboration.