Northwest Forestry Research and Data Overview

Webinar

Scientists explaining research: , USGS & USU Extension

Regional Research

U.S. Forest Service science on in riparian areas, out of the Rocky Mountain Research Station.

is an online system for sharing free, full text publications by  scientists in the US Forest Service. All publications appearing in Treesearch are based on peer reviewed research to make sure they provide the best scientific information possible. For climate change research on forest in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington forests view research from the and the

Data/Data visualization

: geospatial data, maps, model and reports on regionally important habitats for fish, wildlife, and species of concern

: total moisture, soil moisture, and snow water equivalent data visualization

: temperature data and climate scenarios for streams and rivers across Western US 

: current and future climate projections of plant distributions 

: temperature and precipitation data visualization for the Western US

: geospatial data and data visualization of vegetation, seed zones, fire risks, climate change, and forest health

: GIS and Google maps of seed zones to aid in restoration of lands using genetically appropriate locally adapted plant materials