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OakMapper

is operated by the

Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at UC Berkeley

in partnership with the

California Oak Mortality Task Force


Open the OakMapper website



Description:

OakMapper.org provides citizens scientists with the opportunity to help monitor the occurrence of Sudden Oak Death (SOD). Using a simple form, users can mark the locations of symptomatic trees on a map and provide a brief description of the symptoms. Creating an account allows users to keep track of their submissions and to edit them at a later time. Additionally, users are encouraged to offer feedback to others by commenting on their submissions. California state and counties have limited resources to test for SOD, so it is extremely important for the public to continue providing OakMapper.org with the locations of suspect trees.

 

Open the OakMapper website

 

Keywords:

Topic - SOD, Sudden Oak Death, environmental monitoring

Audience - agencies, naturalists, arborists, hikers

Location - California, Oregon

Goals - data distribution, data collection, mapping

 

Contacts:

Maggi Kelly, Associate Cooperative Extension Specialist and
Adjunct Associate Professor  email Maggi

OakMapper Admin  email OakMapper

Citizen science, volunteer monitoring, participatory action research... this site supports organizers of all initiatives where public participants are involved in scientific research.

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