Pacific Rocky Intertidal Monitoring: Trends and Synthesis

Sea Star Wasting Syndrome Juvenile Observations Map: Last Updated: 2017-08-09

This map displays observations of "juvenile" sea stars (less than 1 inch or 25 millimeters in diameter for most species; see the Juvenile sea star identification guide for more information) from our Long-Term Monitoring surveys and from the Juvenile Sea Star Observation Log. Please note that we have only included observations where more than 10 juveniles were observed. In addition, we have only included observations after June, 2014. For more information about juvenile recruitment, please click here.

Juvenile Sea Star Observation Log

Juveniles Observation History

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We would also like to thank the following individuals for submitting information used to update this map:

Ben Miner, David Denning, David Haley, Emily Tucker, Jan Kocian, Karah Ammann, Karen Driscoll, Kelli Fisher, L. Courtney Smith, Mark Nayer, Maya George, Melissa Douglas, Melissa Miner, Melissa Redfield, Michael Frenock, Nate Fletcher, Rachael Williams, Sandra DeAthe, Stuart Wobbe, and many others. In addition, we would like to thank Melissa Redfield (UCSC) for consolidating this information for the map as well as for the Sea Star Wasting Syndrome Updates page.