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Over 3000 commonly used ornamental and native plants listed. Information includes details on foliage, flower, fruit, bark, growth habit, water usage, pests and diseases. Phonetic spelling and voice pronunciation is provided.
Provides news and infographics on all things related to Geographic Information Systems. Includes Free resources: GIS Programming Tutorials: Learn How to Code ; Satellite Imagery Data Sources ; Global DEM Data Sources & Digital Elevation Models ...
Field Guide apps- one for each state and territory in Australia. They feature over 2100 animals, including mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, frogs and invertebrates from terrestrial, freshwater and marine environments. Detailed descriptions of each species, distribution maps, endangered status, audio calls and stunning imagery. The eight apps are available for both Apple and Android devices and can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play.
Comprehensive electronic field guide to Australian snakes. Species profiles - include photos, distribution, descriptions, danger rating, similar species, conservation, pronunciation, etc. App - not free.
Promotes ecological restoration and best practices. The Global Restoration database (GRN) has information on ecological restoration based on ecosystems, case studies and links to experts and organisations.