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Photo of Mixed Species Forest. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1180
Carbon Accumulation by U.S. Forests May Slow Over the Next 25 Years

U.S. forests currently help offset carbon emissions and reduce the overall costs of achieving emission targets but that could change over the ne ...

Principal Investigator : John Coulston

Inventory and Monitoring2016SRS
Photo of Blackgum trees are one of the species whose ranges may shift. Vern Wilkins,  Indiana University
ID: 742
Cooperation Leads to Continued Research on Tree Range Shifts in the Eastern U.S.

In an attempt to understand the potential impact of climate change on tree species ranges in the eastern U.S., teams of researchers from the For ...

Principal Investigator : Christopher M. Oswalt

Resource Management and Use
Inventory and Monitoring
Photo of Shaded coffee plantation under pine forest. Thomas Brandeis, USDA Forest Service
ID: 729
Forest Management Economics for Private Forest Landowners in Honduras

This work will help improve private landowner participation and livelihood through an economic assessment of forest management needs and recomme ...

Principal Investigator : Consuelo Brandeis

Resource Management and Use2014SRS
Photo of Model predictions of forest harvesting and conversion along the U.S.-Canadian border in northern Maine show most of the forest lost to development occurred in Canada, and although annual rates of harvesting (normalized for the total amount of forest area in each country) are roughly similar, the forest cut blocks on the U.S. side are noticeably larger.
ID: 1320
Mapping forest disturbance agents with Landsat time series

Disturbance plays an important role in shaping forests’ ability to sequester carbon and provide critical ecosystem services such as clean air ...

Principal Investigator : Todd A. Schroeder

Inventory and Monitoring
Outdoor Recreation
Photo of
ID: 298
Nationally consistent approach to forest inventory across the United States

The passage of the 1998 Farm Bill led to the development of a nationally consistent approach to forest inventory across the United States.These ...

Principal Investigator : Tom Brandeis

Inventory and Monitoring2010SRS
Photo of
ID: 421
Posting of 2010 Southern Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) annual data

Decision-makers such as Congress, government agencies, and industry managers require current data on the state of the Nation's forests for effec ...

Principal Investigator : Ali Conner

Inventory and Monitoring
Resource Management and Use
Photo of San Juan watershed. Thomas Brandeis, USDA Forest Service
ID: 741
Scientists Quantify the Value of Ecosystem Services Provided by the San Juan Bay Estuary

A decade long study of the urban forests and land uses within the watershed of Puerto Rico's San Juan Bay Estuary quantified the value of ecosys ...

Principal Investigator : Tom Brandeis

Inventory and Monitoring2014SRS
Photo of A Texas A&M Forest Service FIA crew making their way to an UFIA plot in the Houston, TX area.
ID: 1322
Urban forest inventories heating up in Texas and beyond

The Forest Service is rolling out a national program of inventorying urban forests across the U.S. As an early adopter of the program, Texas is ...

Principal Investigator : Kerry Dooley

Inventory and Monitoring
Outdoor Recreation
Photo of People harvest thousands of pounds of black cohosh root for its medicinal value every year. The wild-harvesting of this and other nontimber forest products contributes millions of dollars to rural economies. Evidence indicates that the ecological impacts of harvesting may be significant, albeitnot well documented.
ID: 1484
Volumes and values of nontimber forest products in the United States

Wild-harvested plants and fungi from U.S. forests are critical to the food and financial security of millions of Americans. These nontimber prod ...

Principal Investigator : James L. Chamberlain

Inventory and Monitoring
Outdoor Recreation
Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil