ForestOwn_v1 is a 250-meter spatial resolution raster geospatial dataset of forest ownership of the conterminous United States (CONUS).
Historical woodland density of the conterminous United States, 1873 is a digital representation of William H. Brewer's 1873 "Map showing five degrees of density.
Public and private forest ownership in the conterminous United States: distribution of six ownership types - geospatial dataset
This data publication contains raster data depicting the spatial distribution of forest ownership types in the conterminous United States circa 2009.
This data publication contains forest carbon data estimates developed in part to comply with existing United States (US) commitments for forest carbon stocks and stock-change under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
This data publication contains tree and shrub measurements collected on the Stanislaus National Forest as part of a systematic timber inventory collected across a large mixed-conifer dominated landscape by the USDA Forest Service in 1911.
Supporting data for "Morphologic plasticity and increasing competition explain deviation from the Metabolic Scaling Theory in semi-arid conifer forests, southwestern USA"
This data publication includes tree measurements taken 2008-2010 in three mixed conifer forests: the Pinaleño Mountains and Santa Catalina Mountains in southeastern Arizona, and the Jemez Mountains (Valles Caldera National Preserve) in northern Ne
Forest ownership in the conterminous United States circa 2014: distribution of seven ownership types - geospatial dataset
This data publication contains 250 meter raster data depicting the spatial distribution of forest ownership types in the conterminous United States.
This data publication contains urban tree inventory data for 929,823 street trees that were collected from 2006 to 2013 in 49 California cities.