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A report on the potential use of USDA Forest Service forest inventory and analysis data by the Bureau of Land ManagementAuthor(s): Bill Williams; Tracey S. Frescino; Larry T. DeBlander; Sharon W. Woudenberg; Michael Wilson
Source: Denver, CO: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, National Science and Technology Center
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe Bureau of Land Management (BLM) does not have a consistent internal program or source of vegetation data to use for strategic level planning, such as in resource management plans. This technical note discusses and evaluates the potential of the USDA Forest Service Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) Program to assist the BLM in filling this data gap. The FIA program is the Forest Service's national program for collecting and reporting information on status and trends in forested ecosystems. The FIA is considered here because it is the only standard, nationwide, systematic assessment of forest land available.
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CitationWilliams, Bill; Frescino, Tracey S.; DeBlander, Larry T.; Woudenberg, Sharon W.; Wilson, Michael. 2006. A report on the potential use of USDA Forest Service forest inventory and analysis data by the Bureau of Land Management. Denver, CO: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, National Science and Technology Center
KeywordsBureau of Land Management (BLM), Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA), resource management
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