Southwest Jemez Mountains Landscape Restoration - Maps

The maps below depict natural resources, land jurisdictions, and other features within the Southwest Jemez Mountains restoration area, based on available data. They are subject to change without notice. The maps are for strategic planning purposes and the Forest Service does not warranty their accuracy or other uses.

Map Title Map Description
Air Quality Monitoring Sites - Adobe pdf File189 KB Map shows climate stations, smoke monitoring sites, smoke sensitive zones, and class-1 airsheds (where pollution standards are more stringent)
Cultural Areas Surveyed - Adobe pdf File349 KB Map shows where previous cultural resource (archaeological) surveys were conducted
Cultural Resource Density Ratings -Adobe pdf File188 KB Map shows broad cultural resource (archaeological) site density ratings from low to high
Fire Active Passive Crown Fire Risk -Adobe pdf File272 KB Map shows where fires are most likely to get into the upper tree canopy (crown) if a fire starts during extreme fire weather periods, based on fire models
Fire Crown Fire Erosion Hazard - Adobe pdf File252 KB Map shows areas where crown fires are most likely to occur on soils rated as having a moderate to severe erosion hazard; ie. where serious post-fire watershed impacts would be expected
Fire Ignition Points 1970-2009 - Adobe pdf File233 KB Map shows points where unplanned fires started, from lightning and human activities, since 1970
Fire Regime Condition Classes (FRCC) -Adobe pdf File262 KB Map shows FRCC ratings 1-3 based on degree of departure between existing and historic conditions
Fire History -Adobe pdf File193 KB Map shows the larger wildfires that occurred in the past 30 years
Fire Surface & Crown Fire Risk -Adobe pdf File273 KB Map shows where crown fire or surface fire behavior is more likely to occur during extreme fire weather periods
Fire Wildland Fire Use -Adobe pdf File96 KB Map shows the Forest's general fire management strategy that would be used on wildfires under current conditions
Fire Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) -Adobe pdf File191KB Map shows WUI areas where communities and their water sources lie directly within or adjacent to forest vegetation
Fish- Rio Grande trout, chub, sucker -Adobe pdf File200 KB Map shows streams occupied by native Rio Grande chub and sucker, and those where Rio Grande cutthroat trout historically occurred (not currently occupied by RGCT)
Forest Plan Management Areas -Adobe pdf File187 KB Map shows the management areas described in the Santa Fe National Forest Plan
Insect and Disease Species -Adobe pdf File209 KB Map shows where damaging forest insect and disease outbreaks have occurred, by insect/disease species
Insect and Disease Year -Adobe pdf File217 KB Map shows where damaging forest insect and disease outbreaks occurred by survey year
Invasive Plant Occurrence -Adobe pdf File186 KB Map shows known invasive plant (noxious weed) populations
Land Jurisdictions -Adobe pdf File197 KB Map shows the land ownerships and jurisdictions in the area
Landslides and Landslide Risk -Adobe pdf File200 KB Map shows past landslides and areas of high to moderate risk of future landslides, especially if crown fires consume forest vegetation
Mining Sites & Geothermal Springs -Adobe pdf File181 KB Map shows location and current status of active/non-active mining sites and geothermal hot springs
NEPA Completed Areas in SWJM Treatment Areas -Adobe pdf File282 KB Map shows proposed priority treatment areas in the SWJM strategy where NEPA analysis and decisions have been completed
NEPA Completed Projects on SFNF Land -Adobe pdf File202 KB Map shows past thinning and burning analysis areas by name, where NEPA decisions have been completed
Priority Watersheds-NM-Assessment -Adobe pdf File225 KB Map showing high, medium, and low priority watershed ratings in SWJM area, from the Statewide assessment
Range Grazing Allotments -Adobe pdf File97 KB Map shows the names and boundaries of livestock grazing allotments (areas)
Range Improvements -Adobe pdf File107 KB Map shows fences, water tanks, and other structures that support management of livestock grazing
Recreation Opportunity Spectrum -Adobe pdf File186 KB Map shows distribution of the ROS classifications from the Forest Plan, which depict different recreation settings and opportunities
Rec Facilities & Admin Sites -Adobe pdf File187 KB Map shows current recreation sites (camping and day use) and the Ranger Station admin. site
Rec Visual Quality Objectives -Adobe pdf File197 KB Map shows VQO classifications from the Forest Plan, which depict different levels of aesthetic sensitivity and management
Restoration Treatment Strategy- All Lands -Adobe pdf File267 KB Map showing proposed SWJM restoration treatment strategy, priority forest and riparian treatment areas
Roads and Trails -Adobe pdf File209 KB Map shows current Forest Service managed roads and trails
Roads- Travel Mgt Proposed Action with Unauth. Roads -Adobe pdf File225 KB Map shows proposed road management in the area, including decommissioning, subject to modification through final NEPA decision-making process
Roads - All -Adobe pdf File262 KB Map shows all roads, including user-created and old logging roads
Soil Erosion Hazard HUC 6s -Adobe pdf File220 KB Map shows erosion hazard ratings based on inherent soil and terrain characteristics
Soil Classifications -Adobe pdf File235 KB Map shows the taxonomic soil classifications
Streams & Impairments -Adobe pdf File115 KB Map shows the perennial and intermittent streams and their current State water quality status
Streams and Waterbodies -Adobe pdf File243 KB Map shows the major streams in the area, by name, as well as larger waterbodies
Topography Slope -Adobe pdf File324 KB Map shows steep (over 40%) slopes and topographic features
Vegetation Cover Types -Adobe pdf File114 KB Map shows current forest vegetation types based on the dominant overstory vegetation
Veg Biophysical Settings -Adobe pdf File268 KB Map shows the vegetation cover types based on Landfire data calibrated (adjusted) for the area
Veg Restoration Blocks -Adobe pdf File207 KB Map shows sub-areas that have common vegetation and fuel conditions and are within the same geographic area
Veg Riparian TEU -Adobe pdf File111 KB Map shows potential natural riparian (moist/wet) vegetation locations based on the terrestrial ecosystem unit inventory
Veg Succession Classes -Adobe pdf File251 KB Map shows the current vegetation successional classes (early to late) based on calibrated Landfire data
Vicinity -Adobe pdf File324 KB Map shows the forest restoration strategy area boundary as well as its vicinity in New Mexico
Watersheds HUC 6 -Adobe pdf File202 KB Map shows watershed boundaries and names for drainages at the 6th hydrologic unit code level


Highlights

Key Contacts

  • For Schedule of Proposed Actions:

    Sandra Imler-Jacquez
    Environmental Coordinator
    Tel: 505-438-5443
    E-mail Sandra
     
  • For the Southwest Jemez Mountains Landscape Restoration Project:

    TBD