TIGER for Woodlands and Compartments has been developed for use in 20 states --
Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota,
Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont,
West Illinois, and Wisconsin.  Although each state has some unique forest inventory
characteristics that are reflected in the version developed for the state, the program looks
and feels  the same for each state.  As Iowa TIGER was the first one developed, it will be
presented on the following pages to show what the program looks like and how it is organized.

To help understand what you will see,
you need to know that TIGER for Woodlands and
Compartments handles two types of inventory data: traditional and 100%.  
In the
traditional a series of plots (or points) are established across a woodlot, and the trees on
each plot are measured.  A 100% inventory is one in which all trees meeting some
user-defined criteria, such as a tree to be removed in a thinning, are measured.  As a result,
there are differences in how TIGER handles both types of inventory.

To start a tour through the program,
click here.  
View TIGER for Woodlands and Compartments
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