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Describes research, methodology, and results from the monitoring of current invasive microbial species problems. See Manager's Tool Kit - Monitoring for general resources and other species.

2006 National Phytophthora ramorum (Pr) Forest Survey (Mar 28, 2006; PDF | 75 KB)
USDA. Forest Service.

Pest Information Platform for Extension and Education (PIPE) Mapping Web Site
U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The site gives you the latest information on soybean rust and soybean aphid movement including observations, management recommendations, and scouting information.

Plum Pox Virus Survey and Eradication Program
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. Plant Industry.

ProMED Mail.
The global electronic reporting system for outbreaks of emerging infectious diseases & toxins, International Society for Infectious Diseases

Soybean Rust Tracking Center

Sudden Oak Death
California Oak Mortality Task Force.
See also: COMTF Newsletter

Sudden Oak Death National Detection Survey
USDA. FS. National Forest Health Monitoring.

Survey of Honey Bee Pests and Diseases
USDA. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
A national survey of honey bee pests and diseases has been funded annually since 2009 by the USDA Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and conducted in collaboration with the University of Maryland (UMD), USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and State Apiary Specialists.  This national survey has documented which bee diseases, parasites, or pests of honey bees are present and/or likely absent in the U.S. The survey will help USDA scientists to determine the prevalence of parasites and disease-causing microorganisms that may be contributing to the decline of honey bee colonies nationwide that scientists have named colony collapse disorder.

West Nile Virus Statistics and Maps and Epidemic/Epizootic West Nile Virus in the United States: Revised Guidelines for Surveillance, Prevention, and Control (2003; PDF | 753 KB)
DHHS. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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