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The importance of efficaciously assessing the risk for introduction and establishment of pest species is an increasingly important ecological and economic issue. Evaluation of climate is fundamental to determining the potential success of an introduced or invasive insect pest. However, evaluating climatic suitability poses substantial difficulties; climate can be measured and assessed in a bewildering array of ways. Some physiological filter, in essence a lens that focuses climate through the requirements and constraints of a potential pest introduction, is required. Difficulties in assessing climate suitability are further exacerbated by the effects of climate change. Gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar L.) is an exotic,...
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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 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 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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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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A map service on the www depicting a compilation of forest insect, disease, and abiotic damage mapped on forested areas in the United States that provides a single, consistent data source to facilitate national and multi-regional reporting for Forest Health Monitoring and Forest Health Protection. All reported gypsy moth damage types are shown within the insect and disease survey areas from 1997 to 2011. Gypsy moth damage areas by damage type are displayed within the insect and disease survey areas. The 2011 insect and disease survey is displayed by default.
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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 Risk assessment in the face of a changing environment: gypsy moth and climate change in Utah. Insect and Disease Survey - Gypsy Moth Modeled western pine beetle basal area loss - 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 U.S. Exotic Forest Pests - County-Level Distribution Risk assessment in the face of a changing environment: gypsy moth and climate change in Utah. Modeled western pine beetle basal area loss - 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 Insect and Disease Survey - Gypsy Moth U.S. Exotic Forest Pests - County-Level Distribution