Citizen Science and Sudden Oak Death

by Sophia Emmons-Bell Driving down California’s Highway 101, hugging the coast and cutting through the state’s most famous nature reserves, you will pass by hundreds of diseased tanoaks, bay laurels, and California black oaks. These trees, sick with Sudden Oak Death (SOD), are bruised with red and black splotches and bleed sap from cankers onContinue reading “Citizen Science and Sudden Oak Death”