SODmap Guide and Instructions

The data collected by the SODMAP Project is available as a Google Earth overlay. Don’t have Google Earth? Download it for Free
SODMAP will open in the “Temporary Places” panel on the left hand side of the Google Earth screen. If the “Places” panel is not visible it can be viewed by pulling down the “View” menu and selecting “Sidebar”. SOD positive and SOD negative results as well as individual years and collections may be expanded, collapsed, and checked on/off in the “Places” panel. The map legend may also be toggled on/off in the “Places” panel.


The details of individual collection records may be viewed by mousing over and clicking on them.


Zoom in to view points that are close together. Overlaid points will spiderfy when moused over.

Tree, including California bay laurel, that was not infected with P. ramorum
Tree, including California bay laurel, that was infected with P. ramorum
SOD Symptomatic oaks or tanoaks found nearby
An oak or tanoak tree that was not infected with P. ramorum
An oak or tanoak tree that was infected with P. ramorum
Water sample that was not infected with P. ramorum
Water sample that was infected with P. ramorum

 


Geographic areas within 1 km (0.6 mi) of a confirmed positive tree sample are at a high risk of becoming infected. The 1 km recomendation does not apply to water samples.

Submitting data for the SODMAP
 


This project made possible thanks to funding from:
USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
 

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