Aerial Overview Surveys 2011 - Current

Aerial Overview Surveys 2011 - Current Aerial overview surveys are carried out by observers in fixed-wing aircraft flying at appropriate safe heights above ground level over the forest canopy. Surveys cover extensive areas to detect as many new FHDA-caused disturbances as possible. Surveyors record locations, extent, severity, possible causative agent and host tree species involved in the disturbances. Aerial surveys are cost-effective means of obtaining forest health damaging agent (FHDA) caused disturbance data at the landscape level. These surveys help to manage forests by providing early detection of FHDAs and once detected, by monitoring their trends. Aerial surveys are carried out to record locations, extent and severity of new, FHDA-caused disturbances. changes to known FHDA disturbances for historical and evaluation purposes. background information needed for planning management actions. and, forest health data at the forest area, regional and provincial levels for reporting and inventory update. This dataset contains data from 2011 to the most current data received. Data from 2010 and earlier is available as a separate dataset. 2023-06-01 Government of Alberta FH.info@gov.ab.ca Nature and Environment-CANADAAERIAL-OVERVIEW-SURVEYALBERTAAOSBIOTAENVIRONMENTFHDAFOREST-HEALTH-DAMAGING-AGENTSFOREST-LANDSGovernment information Aerial Overview Surveys 2011 - Current - (HTML)HTML https://geodiscover.alberta.ca/geoportal/rest/metadata/item/beaabcc6329c44eca508ee7438558ef1/html Original metadata (https://open.alberta.ca/opendata)HTML https://open.alberta.ca/opendata/5e251dce-95ae-423b-bda1-30ee7afb98bc Aerial Overview Surveys 2011 - Current - (PDF)PDF https://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$Department/deptdocs.nsf/all/formain15619/$file/ForestHealthAerialSurveyManual-Oct2012.pdf Aerial Overview Surveys 2011 - Current - (XML)XML https://geodiscover.alberta.ca/geoportal/rest/metadata/item/beaabcc6329c44eca508ee7438558ef1/xml Aerial Overview Surveys 2011 - Current (FGDB) (From Alberta Geodiscorver Portal metadata)ZIP https://extranet.gov.ab.ca/srd/geodiscover/srd_pub/biota/AerialOverviewSurvey_2011toCurrent.zip

Aerial overview surveys are carried out by observers in fixed-wing aircraft flying at appropriate safe heights above ground level over the forest canopy. Surveys cover extensive areas to detect as many new FHDA-caused disturbances as possible. Surveyors record locations, extent, severity, possible causative agent and host tree species involved in the disturbances. Aerial surveys are cost-effective means of obtaining forest health damaging agent (FHDA) caused disturbance data at the landscape level. These surveys help to manage forests by providing early detection of FHDAs and once detected, by monitoring their trends. Aerial surveys are carried out to record locations, extent and severity of new, FHDA-caused disturbances. changes to known FHDA disturbances for historical and evaluation purposes. background information needed for planning management actions. and, forest health data at the forest area, regional and provincial levels for reporting and inventory update. This dataset contains data from 2011 to the most current data received. Data from 2010 and earlier is available as a separate dataset.

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