Brown Bag #27: the Hawaii Alien Plant Informatics (HAPI) ProjectPosted on Oct 2, 2019 in brownbag, News, slider
Information about invasive plants in Hawaii is spread across multiple databases and isn’t available in a format that allows resource managers to make decisions easily. Enter the HAPI project: UH graduate student Kelsey Brock is building a Hawaii Alien Plant Informatics system to connect various data about invasive plants and present it in an easy-to-use online portal.
This presentation is part of the HISC Brown Bag series, a set of informal talks by invasive species experts and stakeholders in Hawaii. For more brown bag presentations, visit https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/hisc/category/brownbag