The system is based on Google Fusion Tables and can be live-edited by many dispersed users across the Internet.
Watershed-scale summaries of the data are publicly accessible
- No no log-in or permission is required to view the map of publicly accessible watershed-scale summaries.
- To view the Fusion Table of publicly accessible watershed-scale summaries, you will need a Google account. If you already have a Gmail account, you can use that. If you do not have a gmail account you can register using any email address by signing up here.
Viewing and editing of detailed point locations of beaver sightings are restricted
- In addition to needing a Google account (see above), you will also need to request permission from the Beaver Mapper system administrator (email@example.com) to be able to view and edit the table of specific beaver locations.
- Once you receive an email confirming that you've been granted access (this may take a day or two), then follow instructions at How to add data.