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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk map assessment, utilized within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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The acquisition of forest parameters by host species distributions is a significant factor in the identification of areas at risk of mortality to a particular agent. The most readily-available forest type maps do not contain enough location-specific information for insect and disease risk assessments, in particular species' age and stocking. Estimates for total and individual species' basal area (BA), quadratic mean diameter (QMD), stand density index (SDI), percent host composition, and predominant canopy position were developed for all 57 tree species and species groups modeled for the National Insect and Disease Risk Map. After extensively testing various interpolation methods, the Risk Map Integration Team...
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The Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) was created by the Deputy Chief for State and Private Forestry in February 1995 to develop and deliver forest health technology services to field personnel in public and private organizations in support of the Forest Service’s land ethic, to “promote the sustainability of ecosystems by ensuring their health, diversity, and productivity.” This dataset shows the total basal area of all tree species as square feet per acre.For more information: http://www.fs.fed.us/foresthealth/technology/nidrm2012.shtml
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The acquisition of host species distributions is a significant factor in the identification of areas at risk of mortality to a particular agent. The most readily-available forest type maps do not contain enough location-specific information for insect and disease risk assessments, in particular species' age and stocking. Estimates for total and individual species' basal area (BA), quadratic mean diameter (QMD), stand density index (SDI), percent host composition, and predominant canopy position were developed for all 57 tree species and species groups modeled for the National Insect and Disease Risk Map. After extensively testing various interpolation methods, the Risk Map Integration Team (RMIT) utilized a...
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Two maps (PCT_BALOSS_AK - the ArcInfo Grid referenced to this metadata - and PCT_BALOSS - see accompanying CONUS Grid and its associated metadata) represent, in map form, the comprehensive version of the final results of the 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project. Specifically, their pixel values range from 0 to 100 percent, representing the predicted percent of basal area loss over the next 15 years due to insects and diseases.
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Two maps (this grid, CONUS_BALOSSI and AK_BALOSSI - see accompanying Grid and its associated metadata) represent, in map form, the total potential BA loss resulting from the application of the 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project. Specifically, it is the compilation of all BA losses resulting from running all 188 models of agent/host interactions which result in mortality.
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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This map is derived from pct_baloss, the comprehensive version of the final results of the 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project. Specifically, its pixel values range from 0 to 100 percent, representing the predicted percent of basal area loss over the next 15 years due to insects and diseases.
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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Two maps (PCT_BALOSS - the ArcInfo Grid referenced to this metadata - and PCT_BALOSS_AK - see accompanying Grid and its associated metadata) represent, in map form, the comprehensive version of the final results of the 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project. Specifically, their pixel values range from 0 to 100 percent, representing the predicted percent of basal area loss over the next 15 years due to insects and diseases.
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The acquisition of host species distributions is a significant factor in the identification of areas at risk of mortality to a particular agent. The most readily-available forest type maps do not contain enough location-specific information for insect and disease risk assessments, in particular species' age and stocking. Estimates for total and individual species' basal area (BA), quadratic mean diameter (QMD), stand density index (SDI), percent host composition, and predominant canopy position were developed for all 57 tree species and species groups modeled for the National Insect and Disease Risk Map. After extensively testing various interpolation methods, the Risk Map Integration Team (RMIT) utilized a...
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. The key...
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Two maps (this grid, AK_BALOSSI and CONUS_BALOSSI - see accompanying Grid and its associated metadata) represent, in map form, the total potential BA loss resulting from the application of the 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project. Specifically, it is the compilation of all BA losses resulting from running all 188 models of agent/host interactions which result in mortality.
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...
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The 2006 National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM) Project integrates 188 individual risk models constructed within a common, consistent framework that accounts for regional variations in current and future forest health. The 2006 risk assessment, conducted within the contiguous United States and Alaska, provides a consistent, repeatable, transparent process through which interactive spatial and temporal risk assessments can be conducted at various scales to aid in the allocation of resources for forest health management. This modeling process is intended to increase the utilization of forest health risk maps within and outside the National Forest System and encourage development of future risk maps. NIDRM...


    map background search result map search result map Estimated total basal area loss from insects and disease for Alaska - 2006 Modeled western pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Estimated total Stand Density Index (SDI) - 2006 Estimated total quadratic mean diameter (QMD) - 2006 Estimated total basal area (BA) - 2006 Modeled southern pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled spruce beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled root disease basal area loss - 2006 Modeled percent of basal area loss over the next 15 years due to insects and diseases for Alaska - 2006 Modeled percent of basal area loss over the next 15 years due to insects and diseases - 2006 Modeled red oak decline basal area loss - 2006 Modeled mountain pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled pine engraver (Ips) beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled hardwood decline basal area loss - 2006 Modeled gypsy moth basal area loss - 2006 Modeled fir engraver beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled douglas fir beetle basal area loss - 2006 Total modeled basal area loss due to insect and disease risk - 2006 Insect and Disease Risk, Contiguous US Total Basal Area of All Tree Species 2012 Total Basal Area of All Tree Species 2012 Modeled western pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Estimated total Stand Density Index (SDI) - 2006 Estimated total quadratic mean diameter (QMD) - 2006 Modeled southern pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled spruce beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled root disease basal area loss - 2006 Modeled red oak decline basal area loss - 2006 Modeled mountain pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled pine engraver (Ips) beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled hardwood decline basal area loss - 2006 Modeled gypsy moth basal area loss - 2006 Modeled fir engraver beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled douglas fir beetle basal area loss - 2006 Total modeled basal area loss due to insect and disease risk - 2006 Modeled percent of basal area loss over the next 15 years due to insects and diseases - 2006 Insect and Disease Risk, Contiguous US Estimated total basal area (BA) - 2006 Estimated total basal area loss from insects and disease for Alaska - 2006 Modeled percent of basal area loss over the next 15 years due to insects and diseases for Alaska - 2006