The technical forum of the NBN including all aspects of Recorder 6 and Indicia
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South Lancashire Bat Group
People's Trust for Endangered Species
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Hi - Christine Johnston. Just started as Data Processor at The Wildlife Information Centre
I'm Paul Barrington. I just started with the Greater Manchester Local Records Centre as a data manager. Just familiarising myself with the tools of the trade.
Seasonal Helpline Officer
Bat Conservation Trust
Michael Walker - Living Landscape Monitoring Officer
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
Curatorial Volunteer of Invertebrates.
National Museums Scotland.
Andrew Sanders, studying for an MSc Biological Recording at the University of Birmingham.
Biological Records Officer / Biological Records In Essex
Essex Wildlife Trust
amateur in project Flora von Muenchen
user of Recorder6 in the German version
As a family we are into bats, dormice, otters, water voles, hawks, owls
Gill coordinates the local otter group and I do bat walks and talks
PhD Student, National Bats and Wind Turbines Project
University of Exeter
Research Associate on OPAL project
Stockholm Environment Institute, University of York.
Data and GIS Officer
Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust.
Moth Recorder Butterfly Conservation NI
Bedfordshire & Luton BRMC
Andrew Price - Senior Ranger
Blackwater Valley Countryside Partnership
Somerset Environmental Records Centre (SERC)
Environmental Evidence Officer
Water Resources Research Center
University of Massachusetts.
We are exploring phenology of aquatic insects
I'm interested to know whether Indicia Toolkit can be used in the US
Welcome to the forum. I can confirm that Indicia was designed with international use in mind so there should be no problems using it in the US. The mapping aspects can all run on Google or Bing map layers (or your own mapping services if you prefer). We support input of map references using UTM or latitude and longitude and can easily add support for other grid systems if required.
I look forward to hearing from you - if you have any more questions feel free to post on the Indicia section of this forum (http://forums.nbn.org.uk/viewforum.php?id=25) which I monitor regularly.
University of Reading
Studying Applied Ecology & Conservation BSc
Trying to use NBN for research!
Robin Mace. Archivist of the Kent Ornithological Society.
Evaluating Recorder as a replacement for an old database system we are currently running.
Green Man Software Ltd
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