|The field of Imperata cylindrica at ground level (February 2022)|
|Drone pic of red-hued Imperata cylindrica (cogon grass) clusters from height of 100 m (February 2022)|
|Animated GIF showing expansion of I. cylindrica from 2012-2021|
The gathering of such data shows that the use of online tools like Google Earth and Google Street View holds promise as an informal way of amassing historical data. This is because they allow anyone to derive useful information in an easy and efficient manner. Hopefully, more people learn how to use such tools to advance our knowledge about the world around us.