iPad App Use for Citizen Science Hawai’i

Teachers and students use the following iPad Apps for the Maui Watershed Citizen Science Project in 2017.

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iPad Apps PREVIOUSLY Used for the 2016 Program

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Project Noah:  Collect Data on All Living Things
Data on native and non-native species of plants and animals in Hawai’i can be collected in the field with the iPad App and/or submitted from a classroom computer.
JOIN the CITIZEN SCIENCE HAWAII Mission and Submit Data so we can better understand the biodiversity in our islands!
http://www.projectnoah.org/

Marine Debris Tracker
Data can be collected in the field or back in the classroom with this App.
Collect, remove, and RECORD the Marine Debris on the Shores of Hawai’i.
ADD your MARINE DEBRIS DATA to this International Study of Marine Debris!
http://www.marinedebris.engr.uga.edu/

Collector for ArcGIS
Data on native and non-native species of plants and animals in Hawai’i can be collected in the field with this iPad App through the “Watershed Biodiversity – Citizen Science Hawai’i” map (feature service).
http://doc.arcgis.com/en/collector/

Snap2Map
This app allows you to design a map tour on the fly.  This is a type of story map.  An ArcGIS Online organization account is required.
Create an interactive map tour AS YOU COLLECT data in the field on any topic!
https://marketplace.arcgis.com/listing.html?id=54b4a00a132b4583bd24c37d1c947e1e

ArcGIS
This app provides a mobile view of an ArcGIS online organization account.  GIS on the road!
Analyze your AGOL maps on the go!
http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/arcgis-app-for-smartphones-and-tablets

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