Geographic Information Systems or GIS are computer systems, software and data used to analyze and display spatial or locational data about surface features. One of the strengths of GIS is the capability to overlay or compare multiple feature layers. A user can then analyze the relationship between the layers.
Data, reports and maps produced through GIS are used by managers and resource specialists to make decisions about land management activities on National Forests.
Selected GIS data that encompass the Kaibab National Forest are available for download from the Regional Office (AZ/NM) page. A link to the FGDC compliant metadata is provided for each dataset.
Please note the following disclaimer:
This product is reproduced from geospatial information prepared by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. By taking receipt of these files via electronic file transfer methods, you understand that the data stored on this media is in draft condition. Represented features may not be in an accurate geographic location. The Forest Service makes no expressed or implied warranty, including warranty of merchantability and fitness, with respect to the character, function, or capabilities of the data or their appropriateness for any user's purposes. The Forest Service reserves the right to correct, update, modify, or replace this geospatial information without notification.