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    Author(s): David Reed; Kurt Pregitzer; Scott A. Pugh; Patrick D. Miles
    Date: 2001
    Source: Journal of Forestry. Vol. 99 no. 6.:p. 21-24. (2001)
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: North Central Research Station
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    The USDA Forest Service Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA)data are widely used throughout the United States for analyses of forest status and trends, landscape-level forest composition, and other forest characteristics. A new software product, FIAMODEL, is available for analyzing FIA data within the ArcView? (ESRI, Inc.)geographic information system. The software allows linkages with other natural resource information, such as watershed boundaries or soil maps, in a format widely used by natural resource organizations, which allows organizations to analyze FIA data in a spatial context with little new investment in hardware or training.

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    Reed, David; Pregitzer, Kurt; Pugh, Scott A.; Miles, Patrick D. 2001. A new Link for Geographic analyses of Inventory Data. Journal of Forestry. Vol. 99 no. 6.:p. 21-24. (2001)


    geospatial technologies, GIS, inventory and analysis

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