The Timber Supply Analysis application provides estimates of timberland area and timber volume, growth, and removals within a user-defined area.
The Forest Distribution application displays the various types of trees statewide and provides an estimate of the amount of biomass that occurs within 50, 75, and 100 miles of a user-defined location.
The Forest Ecosystem Values application provides estimated economic values for certain ecosystem services and benefits provided by forests. Additional services and benefits will be included as data becomes available.
Texas Forest Sector Economic Impact is a web-based interactive tool to summarize economic impacts of the forest sector in East Texas.
Map My Property provides landowners and other interested users a quick and simple tool for making a map of their property that can be shared with others.
The Urban Tree Canopy application displays predicted urban growth areas, UTC for selected communities, and models future UTC based on management policy.
The Forest Products Directory application provides information on the various forest products industries and companies in Texas and is searchable by several attributes.
The Timberland Decision Support System is a web-based decision support tool for non-industrial private landowners and others who are interested in timberland investment and management.
Tree Trails is a conservation education project to enhance outdoor classrooms at schools, nature centers and public parks. The project creates an education trail focused on trees. Students actively participate in selecting trees, mapping and identifying those trees, and then immersing themselves in related topics like tree structure and function, benefits of trees, tree health, history of famous trees, and ultimately producing and participating in a service learning experience.
The Forest Drought application allows users to explore past, current, and future drought conditions on Texas forestland.
The Plan My Land Operation application is a mechanism for the Texas A&M Forest Service to provide users with tools to locate and map their project area, identify sensitive areas including streams, wet areas, and steep slopes, buffer these special features, determine operational characteristics of mapped soil types such as rutting potential and erosion hazard, calculate the watershed area for a selected point, and determine the elevation profile of a linear feature, such as a road or trail. The application also allows users to save and print reports with operational considerations and Best Management Practice recommendations.
The My City’s Trees application enables anyone to access Urban FIA Data and produce custom analyses and reports.
The Forest Action Plan application provides a brief description of the issues addressed in the Forest Action Plan produced for Texas and allows the user to view the priority maps developed for each issue in relation to underlying basemaps.
Provides access to downloading TFS mobile apps.
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