Mapping & Reporting
Data and Application Development
In addition to maintaining a national IDS spatial database, the GIS and Spatial Analysis program frequently develops or sponsors the construction of datasets that aid FHP Regions and Field Office personnel in conducting assessments of forest health. Examples of these data include the production of GIS layers depicting forest attributes, such as basal area (BA) (done in collaboration with FHAAST’s Remote Sensing and Image Analysis program, and the development of a soil drainage and productivity index for determining the relative amount of water and nutrients available to plants.
With the growing need to conduct complex spatial analysis and manage large datasets, the GIS and Spatial Analysis program has developed applications to aid in data management, analysis, and distribution.
2013-2027 National Insect and Disease Composite Risk Map by Subwatersheds Map
As part of a mandated project to migrate FHAAST IT systems to a centralized USDA-approved hosting environment, some FHAAST applications and websites will be temporarily unavailable starting 03/28/2019. Please check back often as application hosting solutions are rapidly changing.
Forest Pest Conditions
Explore county level maps of major forest insect and disease conditions throughout the United States.
Forest Disturbance Monitor
View, threshold, and download recent forest disturbance maps.
Forest Health Advisory System
Explore forest health in places of interest such as National Forests and Parks, Tribal Lands, and more.
National Insect & Disease Risk Map
View layers from the National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM).
Soil Drainage and Productivity Indexes
Identify soil wetness and productivity as a potential indicator of tree stress.
View Data and Downloads
The IDS Explorer application has been retired for now. IDS Data is still available for download.
View IDS Data
Review, query, and download tables with acre summaries from the Insect and Disease Survey (IDS) database.
Track state and county level reports of non-native forest insect and diseases.
Early Detection Rapid Response
Create, edit and query the (EDRR) database which is designed to detect non-native bark and ambrosia beetles.