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Rocky Mountain Research Station Forest Inventory & Analysis: Idaho

Background

Map showing the fuzzed locations of all periodic plots inventoried prior to 2004, by ownership category, in (a) the periodic inventory, (b) the annual inventory, and (c) both inventories
Map showing the fuzzed locations of all periodic plots inventoried prior to 2004, by ownership category, in (a) the periodic inventory, (b) the annual inventory, and (c) both inventories.
Inventory and monitoring efforts conducted by Rocky Mountain Research Station scientists present a systematic compilation of forest statistics of the state.

Idaho’s forests cover almost 22 million acres, or about 39 percent of the State’s land area. These forests encompass a wide variety of environments and forest types that are valued for their scenic beauty, wood and non-timber forest products, wildlife habitat, and ecosystem services. There are 8,996 permanent forest inventory plots in Idaho, and those plots containing accessible forest land will continue to be measured by field crews every 10 years. The estimates for this summary were generated from data in the FIA database (FIADB) uploaded in February 2017 (FIA database download).

Putting Idaho FIA data to work

See FIA Annual Reports and Forest Resources publications for Idaho: https://www.fs.fed.us/rm/ogden/publications/idaho.shtml

Open the interactive overview of forest inventory information in Idaho in a new webpage: https://arcg.is/1OaiDy

 

Visit the USFS National Interior West Forest Inventory & Analysis webpage: https://www.fs.fed.us/rm/ogden/