The purpose of the Ozone Injury app is to record ozone injury to plants
Environmental data and information
The ICP Ozone Injury mobile app allows users to record ozone damage to plants, it also provides training to users in how to indentify injury.
In 1987, the International Cooperative Programme on Effects of Air Pollution on Natural Vegetation and Crops (ICP Vegetation, formerly ICP Crops) was established to consider the underlying science for quantifying damage to plants caused by air pollutants, particularly ozone.
The Citizen Science focussed app allows member of the public to learn about the symptoms of ozone injury and contribute to pollution monitoring and sicentific research.
Funding for the coordination, data collection and modelling costs of the ICP Vegetation come from UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)
Members of the public (registration is required to submit data)