Each year the Forest Service collaborates with scientists in partner institutions to write and publish thousands of peer reviewed publications in hundreds of scientific journals plus books, conference proceedings, and Forest Service reports. Each of these scholarly publications is available for free in the Treesearch collection of publications, now offering over 39,000 full text documents. Find the publication you want using either the "classic" search tools in the Treesearch website or through the new GeoTreesearch tool, which puts a geographic slant on your search of those same publications.
Search the Forest Service R&D publications catalog by author, title, publication year or keywords – or for those that are published in the Forest Service research series, by the station, series and number. Each publication comes with an abstract, citation information, and a link to download the full text document.
GeoTreesearch combines a keyword search of the full text publications in Treesearch with an interface that maps and filters publications based on the geographic locations mentioned in them. Focus on technical terms and zoom in to a specific area of interest to find exactly the information you want.
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The Patent Program converts Forest Service research into usable information and technologies for both the American public and industry. More »
Research data about the Nation’s forests are publicly available and provided online. The new National Research Data Archive holds citable research data sets collected and/or funded by R&D. More »