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iMap Training for Survey Trails - Shared screen with speaker view
Kristine Uribe
06:29
Good Morning, Kristine Uribe Genesee Valley Greenway, never used app and wasn't on Monday call :)
Joan Schumaker
06:37
Joan Schumaker - President of the Friends of the Genesee Valley Greenway
Dolores Perkins
06:42
Hi, Dolores and Brian Perkins here. Probably will do a trail in Hi Tor somewhere.
Selma Rosenthal
07:02
Selma Rosenthal, trails in Madison County
Drew Starkey
08:05
Hi all, Drew Starkey - Wayne Soil & Water Conservation District. Have some experience with the app & planning on trails in Lyons & Auburn
Meg Wilkinson
32:42
Remember to retrieve iMap lists for current projects you are part of.
Drew Starkey
37:59
Who determines which species that are on the species list?
Meg Wilkinson
41:09
Drew: great question. The long list of species that you can track in iMap is determined by local experts in collaboration with NYNHP staff. The long list includes invasive species that are state regulated, as long as species being tracked to evaluate their invasive tendencies.
Meg Wilkinson
41:51
The species for this project were selected by Hilary - focusing on common species for June; less common species for later in the summer. Hilary: anything you want to add?
Kristine Uribe
41:53
you just named half the vegetation on the Greenway :)
Drew Starkey
42:22
Thanks!
Meg Wilkinson
44:22
True - most current version of the app has a solid green background
HILARY MOSHER
45:46
Thanks, Meg. Yes, we are introducing the species in small chunks for the novice surveyor. I will provide the entire list in an email to the group over the next day or so. This way, we have you do a few in spring, a few in early summer that are flowering and easy to see, and a few in August that are still outif you know your species and are good with the survey, you can do all the species on your trail in one surveywe are hoping to make it easy for peop
HILARY MOSHER
46:00
people to be a sustained volunteer for this program
Kristine Uribe
48:48
any tricks on how to eyeball an acre?
Meg Wilkinson
50:26
baseball diamond? I will check
Kristine Uribe
51:03
thank you
Meg Wilkinson
51:26
three acresThe area required for a baseball field should be 400 feet by 400 feet, an area of approximately three acres. This will allow for Dugouts and bleachers as well as the playing area.
Drew Starkey
56:04
An acre is a bit smaller than a football field (w/o endzones) http://www.wagrown.com/what-does-an-acre-look-like/
Meg Wilkinson
56:30
Thanks, Drew!
Kristine Uribe
56:32
Thank you all for the references, that helps!
Joan Schumaker
01:08:19
I need to know how to enable gps on my phone. Joan Schumaker
HILARY MOSHER
01:09:26
Go to settings and click 'location'
Drew Starkey
01:11:16
Thank you!
Dolores Perkins
01:18:03
Do you want a picture for every observation?
Selma Rosenthal
01:18:24
Thank you!
Aimee Frank
01:18:42
Thank you.
Kristine Uribe
01:19:04
This was a great and informative presentation, glad to be a part of this! thank you all very much
Meg Wilkinson
01:20:04
Thank you!