WWETAC Threat Maps
Insects and Disease
National insect and disease risk map from the Forest Health Enterprise Technology Team
Insect and Disease Aerial Detection Survey Maps
USGS RMGSC National Wildland Fire Applications
GeoMAC, the Geospatial Multi-Agency Coordination Group, hosts an internet-based mapping application designed to allow fire managers and the public access to dynamically displayed online maps of current fire locations and fire perimeters in the continental United States and Alaska.
The National Fire Plan Maps website is an internet-based mapping application that visually portrays the Department of the Interior and Department of Agriculture land management agencies' hazardous fuels program projects in relation to the wildland-urban interface communities. These are communities that are within the vicinity of federal lands that are at high risk from wildland fire. The hazardous fuels program reduces the impacts of unwanted wildland fires on communities, natural resources, and cultural resources. Past disruptions of natural fire cycles, as well as other management practices, have resulted in wildfires of increasing intensity and severity. Treatment of hazardous fuel will help reduce the impacts of wildfires on communities and restore health to fire-adapted ecosystems.
The Nature Conservancy Climate Wizard enables technical and non-technical audiences alike to access leading climate change information and visualize the impacts anywhere on Earth.