What is INNS Mapper?
INNS Mapper is an open access webtool which allows users to input and view data on Invasive Non-native Species (INNS) within England
Who is it for?
Organisations tackling INNS such as Local action groups and environmental stakeholders. It is also a tool for citizen scientists and volunteers to input and view INNS records
How does it work?
INNS Mapper acts as an invasive species data hub, displaying data from a number of sources including iRecord and NBN Atlas. Data can also be directly inputted into INNS mapper by users to keep track of their own records.
What can I do?
- Input records and survey data using the Survey – Enter a survey page
- View INNS and survey distribution map using the Explore - Map records page
- Download INNS species records using the Explore – All records page
What species can I record?
18 species can currently be viewed and recorded. More information about these species is available on the INNS Info page.
Kilometres surveyed: 1332
Catchments treated: 57