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Santa Fe National Forest GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Data

    The Santa Fe National Forest GIS data available for download includes Santa Fe National Forest Geospatial (GIS) Datasets, Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) Travel Aids - digital maps and data of the SFNF to upload to GPS units or Smart Phones, 7.5 Minute Topographic Maps (PDF and GeoTIFF) - US Forest Service topo maps only, USFS Geospatial Clearinghouse - includes GIS data of vegetation treatments, administrative boundaries, inventoried roadless areas, FSTopo datasets, USGS Map Locator and Downloader - download current and historic topo maps, Hardcopy Maps with information on how to purchase hard copy visitor, wilderness, or topographic maps.

    Southwestern Region (Region 3) Geospatial Data

      The Southwestern Region is 20.6 million acres. There are six national forests in Arizona, five national forests and a national grassland in New Mexico, and one national grassland each in Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle.The region ranges in elevation from 1,600 feet above sea level and an annual rain fall of 8 inches in Arizona's lower Sonoran Desert to 13,171-foot high Wheeler Peak and over 35 inches of precipitation a year in northern New Mexico.