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These data are provided by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) "as is" and may contain errors or omissions. The User assumes the entire risk associated with its use of these data and bears all responsibility in determining whether these data are fit for the User's intended use. The User is encouraged to carefully consider the content of the metadata file associated with these data.
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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 data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, windthrow and other mortalities. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be obtained during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as "local" if they can be completed...
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This data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, windthrow and other mortalities. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be obtained during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as "local" if they can be completed...
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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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This data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, windthrow and other mortalities. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be obtained during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as "local" if they can be completed...
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This data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, windthrow and other mortalities. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be obtained during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as "local" if they can be completed within...
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This data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, and windthrow. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted primarily in July and August so that pest signatures may be identified during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as local if they can be completed within 1 day...
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This dataset was developed for the BLM-Rapid Ecoregional Assessment (REA) project for the Seward Peninsula - Nulato Hills - Kotzebue Sound Lowlands. This datasets represents the Change Agent, pests and disease, specifically identifiying beetle infestations. The information was collected, cooperatively by aerial surveys by both the USFS, Forest Health Protection (FHP) and ADNR, Div. of Forestry with beetle data clipped to the REA project boundary. The data represents a 10 year cumulative effect for 1989-2010.
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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 data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, windthrow and other mortalities. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be obtained during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as "local" if they can be completed...
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Compiled areas of spruce beetle damage from 1989 to 2013 in Yukon River Lowlands - Kuskokwim Mountains - Lime Hills. These data are provided by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) "as is" and may contain errors or omissions. The User assumes the entire risk associated with its use of these data and bears all responsibility in determining whether these data are fit for the User's intended use. These data may not have the accuracy, resolution, completeness, timeliness, or other characteristics appropriate for applications that potential users of the data may contemplate. The User is encouraged to carefully consider the content of the metadata file associated with these data. The BLM should be cited as the data source...
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This data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, and windthrow. The information was collected, cooperatively by aerial surveys by both the USFS, Forest Health Protection (FHP) and ADNR, Div. of Forestry. Surveys are conducted primarily in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be identified during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated such that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Surveys are flown in Southeast Alaska, Southcentral Alaska and Interior Alaska. The data represents a 10 year cumulative...
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2010 USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region Aerial Detection Survey Data. This data depicts the occurrence and location of forest insect, disease, and other biotic and abiotic causes of tree mortality and tree damage. Aerial survey data is collected by observing areas of tree damage or tree mortality from an aircraft and manually recording the information onto a map. Due to the nature of aerial surveys, this data will only provide rough estimates of location, intensity and the resulting trend information for agents detectable from the air. Many of the most destructive diseases are not represented in the data because these agents are not detectable from aerial surveys. The data presented should only be used as...
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This data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, windthrow and other mortalities. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be obtained during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as "local" if they can be completed...
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This data represents areas of forest damage due to insect infestation, fire, flood, landslides, and windthrow. The information was collected by aerial surveys by both the USFS and ADNR, Div. of Forestry in cooperation with the Forest Health Protection (FHP) project. Surveys are conducted primarily in July and August so that pest "signatures" may be identified during the optimal period for symptom development of ocular estimation. The aerial survey is coordinated with known pest outbreaks so that the maximum extent of recent bark beetle damage (fading trees) and insect defoliation (discoloration, foliage loss) patterns may be determined. Aerial survey flights are termed as "local" if they can be completed within...


map background search result map search result map Forest Damage Survey for 1989 to 2010 for the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative, southern Alaska (a) Forest Damage Survey for 1989 to 2010 for the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative, southern Alaska (b) Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 2006 Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 2005 Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 2004 Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 1998 Modeled western pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled mountain pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled fir engraver beetle basal area loss - 2006 Alaska Forest Damage Survey - 2003 Alaska Forest Damage Survey - 2000 BLM REA SNK 2010 akfordmg1989 2010 BLM REA SNK 2010 CA Distribution Data: Bark Beetle BLM REA MIR 2011 Forest Mortality Report Spruce Beetle ADS data 2000 - 2010 BLM REA MIR 2011 Forest Mortality Report Spruce Beetle Forest Mortality Index BLM REA YKL 2011 Historic (1989 to 2013) Areas of Spruce Beetle Damage in the Yukon River Lowlands - Kuskokwim Mountains - Lime Hills BLM REA SNK 2010 CA Distribution Data: Bark Beetle Forest Damage Survey for 1989 to 2010 for the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative, southern Alaska (b) Forest Damage Survey for 1989 to 2010 for the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative, southern Alaska (a) BLM REA MIR 2011 Forest Mortality Report Spruce Beetle ADS data 2000 - 2010 BLM REA MIR 2011 Forest Mortality Report Spruce Beetle Forest Mortality Index BLM REA YKL 2011 Historic (1989 to 2013) Areas of Spruce Beetle Damage in the Yukon River Lowlands - Kuskokwim Mountains - Lime Hills Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 2006 Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 2004 Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 2005 Alaska Forest Damage Survey for 1998 Alaska Forest Damage Survey - 2000 BLM REA SNK 2010 akfordmg1989 2010 Alaska Forest Damage Survey - 2003 Modeled western pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled mountain pine beetle basal area loss - 2006 Modeled fir engraver beetle basal area loss - 2006