research data . Dataset . 2017

Data from: Integrating regulatory surveys and citizen science to map outbreaks of forest diseases: acute oak decline in England and Wales

Brown, Nathan; van den Bosch, Frank; Parnell, Stephen; Denman, Sandra;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Country: United Kingdom
The number of emerging tree diseases has increased rapidly in recent times, with severe environmental and economic consequences. Systematic regulatory surveys to detect and establish the distribution of pests are crucial for successful management efforts, but resource intensive and costly. Volunteers who identify potential invasive species can form an important early warning network in tree health, however, what these data can tell us and how they can be best used to inform and direct official survey effort is not clear. Here we use an extensive dataset on Acute Oak Decline (AOD) as an opportunity to ask how verified data received from the public can be utilised...
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free text keywords: Life sciences, medicine and health care, Dispersal, Acute Oak Decline, citizen science, Disease survey, Life sciences, medicine and health care
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