Kenneth M. Johnson, PhD Carsey School of Public Policy and Department of Sociology University of New Hampshire
firstname.lastname@example.org 603-862-2205 Miranda H. Mockrin, PhD
Rocky Mountain Research Station
USDA Forest Service
Susan I. Stewart, PhD
University of Wisconin - Madison
get detailed data, use the lists below or download the full dataset here.
View county data pages by selecting a state (below):
OR Select region (below):
Click the images below to view the publications:
Carsey School of Public Policy Brief:
Residential Density Patterns in the Northern Forest:
use the map below use your mouse to move the map and zoom. Once
you have located a county of interest, click on it and you will be able
to view more information. To get detailed data, either click
"here" in the sidebar to the left, or use the drop down lists to view a
web-page where the data presented for you.
View Thematic Regional Maps:ORSelect Layer for Interactive Map (below):
Note: Counties with 10% or more land area covered in
National Forest are outlined.
The U.S. population is
deconcentrating. Recent migration trends, fueled
in part by the nation's love of forests and natural amenities, have
been the major contributor to this landscape transformation.
This database provides
information on demographic change, national forests and natural
amenities for each U.S. county. This research was supported by the
Forest Service Northern Research Station, Rocky Mountain Research
Station, and Washington Office; and the Carsey School of Public Policy at the
University of New Hampshire (see About