Resource Management

Grouping Logic for Post Fire Condition Reports

Threat of Deforested Conditions in CA National Forests

| Overview | Deforested Condition Trends | Reforestation Trends |
| Glossary | Methods | Grouping Logic | Veg Maps |

Selected Fires: Explanatory Notes | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 |
2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 |


Aerial imagery overlaid with polygons indicating different vegetation types.

Logic for grouping the Regional Forest Types into Type Groups for the Post Fire Condition Reports
Regional Type Type Group for Post Fire Condition Reports
Alpine Alpine
Brewer spruce Fir Types
Coulter pine Closed Cone Conifers
Douglas-fir Douglas Fir
Eastside pine Pine Types
Eastside mixed conifer Mixed Conifer Types
Giant sequoia Mixed Conifer Types
Hardwoods (productive) Hardwood
Hardwoods (non-productive) Hardwood
Jeffrey pine Pine Types
Knobcone pine Closed Cone
Lodgepole pine Closed Cone
Westside mixed conifer Mixed Conifer Types
Pinion-Juniper PJ
Port-Orford-cedar Douglas Fir
Ponderosa pine Pine Types
Cypress Coastal Conifers Cypress
Red fir Fir Types
Redwood Douglas Fir
Mountain hemlock Alpine
Non-forest types Shrub Non-Forest
Coastal Conifers Coastal Conifers Cypress
White fir Fir Types
Shrub types (productive) Shrub Non-Forest
Mixed Conifer with Giant Sequoia Mixed Conifer Types
Shrub types (non-productive) Shrub Non-Forest




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