All Spanish forests in one click.Try it!
Discover what the forests of any place in Spain are like. Find out which species live together. Compare how many trees and how much biomass there are per province. Find the trees from the nearest plots. Learn about the characteristics of the species in our forests. And if you are a forester, easily access the dendrometric measurements of any tree and plot.
With a simple browser you have all the forest map and inventory information at your fingertips. Navigate the map, select tree species, filter by patches uses, discover plots and trees anywhere in Spain. The forest explorer is consciously optimized to work even on mobile devices.
Recommended browsers: Firefox and Chrome.
More than 4GB of Linked Open Data from the Third Spanish National Forest Inventory (IFN3) and the Spanish Forest Map (MFE50). With great care we have converted the data to RDF, annotated them with the forest ontology we have developed, enriched them with annotations from other sources, and integrated them into a single data source.
The Forest explorer is a creation of the LinkedForest team, formed by researchers from the University of Valladolid of the groups GSIC and iuFOR: Guillermo Vega, José Miguel Giménez, Cristóbal Ordóñez, Felipe Bravo, Irene Ruano, Adolfo Ruiz, Miguel Bote, Eduardo Gómez, Juan Asensio and Yannis Dimitriadis.
The National Forest Inventory and the Spanish Forest Map are great. The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and the Ministry of Ecological Transition offers them as Open Data.
Cross-Forest is a European project (grant 2017-EU-IA-0140) that aims to produce Linked Open Data in the forestry domain to forecast wood quality and to limit forest fires propagation.
Computer scientists and educators at the University of Valladolid, experts in telematics, Semantic Web and data management.
Forest Engineers at the University of Valladolid, experts in forest systems, simulation of sustainable management alternatives, analysis of forest data and great domain insiders.