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Green Notes Costa Rica

The photos in this app are extraordinarily colorful and reflect the spectral variations of Costa Rica`s rich biodiversity." Green Notes, a new ...

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The photos in this app are extraordinarily colorful and reflect the spectral variations of Costa Rica’s rich biodiversity." Green Notes, a new mobile application developed by Purdue University and inspired by agronomy Professor Lori Unruh Snyder’s research, improves the plant identification process by providing an extensive digital library of tropical plants in addition to logging geographical information on plant sightings and note-taking functionality. Green Notes Costa Rica allows users to search for and take notes about plants they see while gathering additional images they can email to themselves or the app’s designer. Green Notes also logs the geographical locations of plant sightings and lists additional properties of each plant, such as medicinal or holistic uses. Features: Authoritative information provided by Dr. Lori Unruh Snyder, a professional Ph.D. scientist with over 15 years of experience traveling to Central America. Each entry includes some of the indigenous village stories collected during her 17 plus visits to Costa Rica. In-depth descriptions of 95 species including information on appearance, uses, and interesting facts. 260 professional color photographs Entries are searchable by common English name, common Costa Rican Spanish name, scientific name, and description. Annotate and share sightings with Green Notes’s note-taking and email functionality.


Technical specifications

Version: 1.2

Size: 228.95 MB


Price: $ 0.00

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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