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  1. The following steps will help you recover your password or username if you have forgotten it. Visit the MISIN website at https://www.misin.msu.edu Click on the My MISIN tab in the blue tool bar at the top of your screen. Under the Account Login box, you will see (Forgot Your Password? or your Username?) Click on the word Password or Username On the Password tab, you will enter your username. An email on how to recover your password will be emailed to the address on file. On the Username tab, you will enter your Email address. An email with your username will be sent to the address provided. If you happen to have multiple accounts under one email address, you may receive an error message to contact us directly in order to recover your information.
  2. This file contains documentation along with the data collection sheet for the standard operating procedure to report data to MISIN Invasive Plant Mapping Protocols-final_MISIN_2021.pdf
  3. This file contains instructions on how to submit data to MISIN if you are a member of the general public, volunteering, etc. MISIN_volunteer_data_instructions.pdf
  4. New invasive species are always being added to MISIN. In order to make sure you app is up to date with the latest species catalog, you will need to tap on More > Settings > Reload (located under Update Species Catalog) Please make sure your WiFi is turned on and connected before reloading your species catalog – you may receive an error message letting you know that your device is unable to connect to the server if you are not connected to WiFi.
  5. Video: https://www.misin.msu.edu/media/video/misin_appVideo_final.mp4 Sections: 0:00 – Intro 0:28 – Installation Process and App Startup 3:08 – Sign In or Register 5:00 – Location Access / Home Screen 5:32 – Map It 5:57 – More (Data Manager, Settings, Help, Credits, About) 6:10 – Data Manager 6:35 – App Settings 7:10 – Begin Reporting Process 7:58 – Species Details (Photos, Fact Sheet, Map, Mark as Favorite) 8:40 – Distribution Map 9:06 – Fact Sheet Information 9:32 – Photos 9:45 – Report Presence 11:07 – Report Absence 11:37 – Working With Data in the Data Manager 12:09 – Sending Data 12:47 – Closing
  6. Andrew Laws, who some of you might remember was involved with the BCK CISMA way back in 2016 has been working on a project as a GIS student at Southeast Community College in Lincoln, NE. He has developed a mapping application using MISIN data. From Andrew: The purpose of the application is to show invasive species sampling densities, highlight areas of need, and to encourage CISMAs in Michigan to work with school districts on getting students involved in invasive species mapping. It involves analysis on census tracts and normalizes them by population and economics. His aim is to identify areas that may be under represented by sampling so far and create maps for the CISMAs to inform them of these areas. Furthermore, Andrew wishes to focus in under sampled and economically lower census tracts to identify the school districts in those areas. With this information, Andrew would like to identify opportunities for the local CISMA to engage with these schools in some citizen science by having students in combination with CISMA staff do surveys for invasive species. The project can be found here: https://andrewroylaws.github.io/cisma_planning_app/ Any feedback you may have, please feel free to contact Andrew directly (andrewroylaws@gmail.com)
  7. Amur silvergrass (Miscanthus sacchariflorus) Beefsteak plant (Perilla frutescens) Chicory (Cichorium intybus) Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) Creeping yellowcress (Rorippa sylvestris) Large-flower primrose-willow (Ludwigia grandiflora) Oak-leaved goosefoot (Chenopodium glaucum) Oriental ladys thumb (Polygonum cespitosum) Rough bugleweed (Lycopus asper) Silktree (Albizia julibrissin) Spotted ladysthumb (Polygonum persicaria) Water mint (Mentha aquatica) Weeping alkaligrass (Puccinellia distans) Winter vetch (Vicia villosa) In order to see these species within the smartphone app, go to More > Settings > Reload Species Catalog.
  8. Below is the link to download versions of the MISIN android app for devices running older version of the Android operating system. Please note that Google sets these target requirements for new apps and app updates. https://www.misin.msu.edu/0/webservice/android/installer/index.html If you have any questions or need any help - please contact me!
  9. Hi all, The MISIN smartphone training app has been completed and can be found at the following URL: https://www.misin.msu.edu/media/video/misin_appVideo_final.mp4
  10. Links to new training modules as well as most recent species training module: http://www.misin.msu.edu/train/MISIN/datacollection/index.html http://www.misin.msu.edu/train/MISIN/treatmenttracker/index.html https://www.misin.msu.edu/train/species/SpottedLanternfly Help Page with additional documentation: https://www.misin.msu.edu/help/
  11. CISMA Coordinator Guide-Updated.pdf
  12. Provided by: Drew Rayner NY_InvasivePlantDecisionAnalysisTool_Version 1.1_06-28-11.pdf
  13. Provided by: Drew Rayner ManagementPrioritiesforInvasiveNon-nativePlants.pdf
  14. Created by: Drew Rayner WMCISMA Spill Discovery Reporting Form 2018.docx
  15. Created by: Drew Rayner WMCISMA Pesticide Spill Procedure 2018.docx
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