BLM Rangeland Resource Assessment 2011

The BLM rangeland resource assessment is a first-of-its-kind report on the status and condition of renewable resources on federal rangelands managed by the BLM.  The rangeland resource assessment uses data collected on standardized indicators, collected with standardized field methods, with a statistically valid study design, across 13 western states.  The data inform rangeland health, nonnative invasive plant species, bare ground, intercanopy gaps, and soil surface aggregate stability.

The rangeland resource assessment focuses on 2011, the inaugural year of data collection.  Maps of data for the years 2013 and 2014 of the rangeland resource assessment are below.  Context for these maps can be gained from the 2011 rangeland resource assessment report.

Rangeland resource assessment maps 2013

Rangeland resource assessment maps 2014

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