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Forest Health Aerial Survey Viewer for the Northeastern Area

Downloadable maps and data of forest damage from insects, diseases and weather

Click to Access Aerial Survey Viewer

20 State Map, Northeastern AreaForest health aerial surveys, along with other sources of remote sensing and ground-based data, are used by the U.S. Forest Service and its cooperating agencies as part of an overall forest health monitoring (FHM) system.

The Forest Health Aerial Survey Viewer for the Northeastern Area displays maps of forest damage as reported annually through a cooperative effort between state and federal forestry agencies. Information contains polygonal delineations with attributes of cause, extent, severity and type of forest damages as observed from aircraft. Other associated attributes included host tree species and number of trees affected.

All aerial survey data are collected using national FHM aerial survey standards and subjected to quality assurance/quality control protocols involving ground-truth procedures. Click here for more information on National FHM Aerial Survey Standards, and to access the National Aerial Survey GIS handbook

Cooperating agencies:

  • Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
  • Iowa Department of Natural Resources
  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources
  • Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  • Indiana Department of Natural Resources
  • Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  • Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
  • Missouri Department of Conservation
  • Delaware Department of Agriculture
  • Maine Forest Service
  • Maryland Department of Agriculture
  • Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
  • New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development
  • New Jersey Forest Service
  • New York Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Ohio Department of Agriculture
  • Ohio Division of Forestry
  • Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry
  • Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management
  • Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation
  • West Virginia Department of Agriculture

 

 
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