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Interior West Forest Inventory & Analysis: Wyoming

Pages Posted on: July 19, 2019
Inventory and monitoring efforts conducted by Rocky Mountain Research Station scientists present a systematic compilation of forest statistics of the state.

Wyoming’s forest resources, 2011-2015

Publications Posted on: October 19, 2018
This report summarizes the most recent inventory of Wyoming’s forests based on field data collected between 2011 and 2015. The report includes descriptive highlights and tables of area, numbers of trees, biomass, carbon, volume, growth, mortality, and removals. Most sections and tables are organized by forest type or forest-type group, species group, diameter class, or owner group.

Wyoming's forest products industry and timber harvest, 2000

Publications Posted on: August 01, 2018
This report traces the flow of Wyoming's 2000 timber harvest through the primary wood-using industries; provides a description of the structure, capacity, and condition of Wyoming's primary forest products industry; and quantifies volumes and uses of wood fiber. Historical wood products industry changes are discussed, as well as changes in harvest, production, and sales.

Male greater sage-grouse movements among leks

Publications Posted on: October 25, 2017
Movements among leks by breeding birds (i.e., interlek movements) could affect the population's genetic flow, complicate use of lek counts as a population index, and indicate a change in breeding behavior following a disturbance. We used a Bayesian multi-state mark-recapture model to assess the daily probability of male greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) interlek movements and estimate factors influencing movements among leks.

NorWeST state temperature map for Wyoming streams

Documents and Media Posted on: March 08, 2017
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Forest Service science bolsters sagebrush and sage-grouse conservation

Media Gallery Posted on: September 16, 2016
Sagebrush ecosystems are among the largest and most threatened ecosystems in North America. Greater sage-grouse has served as the bellwether for species conservation in these ecosystems and has been considered for listing under the Endangered Species Act several times. The 2016 Conservation and restoration of sagebrush ecosystems and sage-grouse: An assessment of USDA Forest Service Science assessment will help meet continuing widespread concerns and calls for science-based conservation to mitigate threats to sagebrush ecosystems, conserve populations of sage-grouse and other sagebrush-obligate species, and restore sagebrush ecosystems throughout the western United States. 

Greater sage-grouse demographics

Media Gallery Posted on: September 07, 2016
Scientists tag greater sage-grouse and test equipment that will provide vital information to determine effects of wind energy development on breeding areas (leks) and populations in Carbon County, Wyoming.

Greater sage-grouse demographics prior to wind energy development

Science Spotlights Posted on: August 19, 2016
Researchers gather baseline information on greater sage-grouse prior to the construction of a wind energy project consisting of 1,000 turbines in Carbon County, Wyoming. These studies are being designed as a "before-after-control-impact" setup where researchers can use baseline data and compare it to data gathered after an impact to determine the effects on a given population.

Forest Service science bolsters sagebrush and sage-grouse conservation

Science Spotlights Posted on: August 19, 2016
USDA Forest Service (FS) has been a leader for several decades in developing science and applications to support conservation and restoration of sagebrush ecosystems and sage-grouse populations. This spotlight describes an assessment that explains how and why understanding and supporting FS science is crucial for future management of sagebrush ecosystems.

Winter movements of adult northern goshawks that nested in southcentral Wyoming

Publications Posted on: June 15, 2016
Winter movements of four adult northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) that nest in southcentral Wyoming were monitored during the winter of 1992-93. Goshawks initiated fall migrations in early fall (primarily mid-September) while weather conditions are moderate. Female 1 migrated 185 km south of her nest. She wintered in a mountainous area in Colorado at a higher elevation (277 4 m) than her nest site (2500 m elevation).