Mapping Joshua Trees for Climate Change Resilience — Current partners
Working with local conservation organizations and teams of citizen scientists, we are developing a comprehensive map of the current distribution of Joshua trees, and assessing population health through on-the-ground demographic surveys. The results of this study will allow us to develop a conservation plan for Joshua trees that will allow them to survive ongoing climate change.
This page provides resources for community scientists working with us on the program. The links below are accessible only to registered participants that have completed our leadership training program. To access these links, contact the Project to arrange for leadership training.
- Our current protocols manual
- The map of our current study sites (Use the contact form below to reserve study sites for your group)
- Data collection forms for use in the field
- The spreadsheet for transcribing field-collected data
Once you have your data entered and are ready to upload your files, use the contact form below to request a link to the data upload form.
Use this form to contact the project. You can use this from to request access to files, reserve study sites, or request a link to the data upload form.