UPDATE 4/29/2015: Regrettably, the Zimride service that was discussed in the original post below has recently ceased operations for the general public. An update on their home page states, “Zimride by … Continue reading
Here’s a tool that may prove useful to our readers, especially those exploring new areas. The Arizona State Land Department publishes an on-line Geographical Information System (GIS) that anyone can … Continue reading
Arizona, like California, benefits from large variations in terrain elevation that allow one to explore very different biomes with only a short drive. Those whose perception of the state has been shaped … Continue reading
This map from Accuweather.com shows where the rain has fallen in the last 24 hours. It is updated every hour. Update – 9/15/2013: I have been watching the amounts of … Continue reading
Eric Nelson is a grad student in Forestry at Northern Arizona University. His site, Arizona Mushroom Primer, is the best introduction to the local fungal flora of Arizona to be found on-line. … Continue reading
The water page at the NWS lets you see how much rain has fallen and compare it to long term averages. You can pick the period of time to display, … Continue reading
The Intellicast Weekly Rainfall Map shows you where in Arizona the rain has fallen in the last week, based on Doppler radar estimates. Follow the rain to your favorite mushie!
Rainlog.org – A Cooperative Rainfall Monitoring Network. You can zoom in or out, and set a range of dates, to tell you where the rain has fallen recently. This is … Continue reading
Scott Bates, mycologist and AZ Mushroom Club Member has created Fungorum Arizonensis, containing scientific mycological information of interest to all Arizona mushroomers.