United States Department of Agriculture
The PNW-FIA Hawaii Inventory Database is a Microsoft Access database with a user-friendly front end. It contains forest inventory data for forest inventories of the Hawaiian Islands, many pre-built easy to run queries, database documentation, and field manuals. All of this is available at your fingertips -- by clicking one of the many buttons on the User Interface. This tool was created for users of Hawaii data – making it easy to summarize data, output results, create new queries, and work with the database tables directly. You can select a pre-build query, open it up for editing, customize it for your own needs, save it with your own query name, and later retrieve and run it whenever you need it. All key documentation that is necessary to properly query and analyze the database is available at your fingertips through the user interface. The User Guides (data dictionaries) and field manuals are readily accessible by clicking buttons. Once clicked, a PDF of the document pops up – allowing you to search for and read details about the data.
This database contains data from the first Hawai'i forest inventory completed between 2010 and 2015.
Download Hawaii 2015 database (81.2 MB) *** New version. Revised November, 2021***
The second forest inventory is scheduled for field data collection from 2019-2021, with data processing in 2022.
Current data summaries for each state and related published reports using these inventory data can be found on our State Stats page.
Data for all states and territories in the U.S., including the PNW region, can also be accessed on the national FIA Data and Tools website. Raw data are available via the FIA Data Mart and table generator tools such as DATIM and EVALIDator provide a user-friendly interface for producing quick, customizable data summaries. The national FIADB User Guide provides comprehensive information on all fields in the database and is a good place to start when using the data.
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