• Maps and Data

    Geospatial technology is used to acquire, manipulate, store, and display geographic information.

    The geospatial group at Texas A&M Forest Service conducts geospatial analyses to help guide decisions on wildfire risk and forest resources. Using geospatial data and technology, the group develops applications that provide state-of-the art access to information on forest lands and wildfire issues across Texas. Learn more about how Texas A&M Forest Service applications can help you accomplish  your objectives through the Applications page.

    The working group has produced several documents and a list of links to websites to help those not familiar with geospatial technology be better informed. These can be found on the Resources page.