As of 2020, there is a Google Maps overlay that reads "For development purposes only." The exhibit is still functional, and files and their respective geographic locations can be viewed.
This exhibit visualizes Raymond F. Dasmann's career as he engaged with multiple communities through his work as a conservation biologist. Raymond Dasmann was a Professor of Environmental Studies at UC Santa Cruz from 1977 to 1989. In his teaching and writing, he was committed to the conservation of plants, animals, and ecosystems in California, where he grew up and earned his college and graduate degrees at UC Berkeley. However, his long and influential career also engaged with communities, organizations, and ecosystems across the globe. Explore this map to learn more about his wide-reaching influence.