Add custom file
New retrieval
Click on a report or template in the left hand menu to get more information on the retrieval. Once you have chosen a retrieval, click "Continue" at the bottom of this screen to modify it to suit your needs.
User Alert:

April 15, 2015: DataMart is currently unavailable due to server issues. FIA and the Forest Service Chief Information Office personnel are working to resolve this problem. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your patience.

March 23, 2015: The EVALIDator is unable to produce estimates of growth, removals and mortality for multiple inventories when "Trend analysis" is chosen as the row classification variable and the inventories chosen have different sampling designs (i.e., a mix of periodic and annual inventories). In the event that a user inadvertently runs such a retrieval the EVALIDator will return zeroes for the periodic inventories and the correct numbers for the annual inventories. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

FIADB was updated in June 2014 to include the new updated interpretation of the definition of reserved status. All annual data was reanalyzed in accordance with this interpretation and some previously published values have changed as a result. Change estimates were recomputed to account for any modifications. For more details please consult the FIADB User's Guide (http://www.fia.fs.fed.us/library/database-documentation/).

For more information contact any of the following:
Jim Menlove RMRS (jmenlove@fs.fed.us) 801-625-5426
Karen Waddell PNW (kwaddell@fs.fed.us) 503-808-2046
Charles Barnett NRS (cjbarnett@fs.fed.us) 610-557-4031
Carol Perry SRS (cperry@fs.fed.us) 865-862-2087

FIDO Wizard
Begin a new report by selecting an existing report or template to use as a starting point. You must select a template from the list in the left menu to continue.
Create your custom retrieval by selecting from the list of tasks below:
Start New Retrieval
Set Summary Attribute
Design Report Layout
Select Filter Options
Define Region
of Interest
Survey Years
Save Active Retrieval