Data

Use the interface below to filter and download available NLCD products. Click (here) for NLCD Science Research Products which offer more comprehensive delineation of shrub and grass classes and information about change disturbance. For access to dynamic MRLC viewer applications and tools, click (here).

 

Urban Imperviousness

NLCD imperviousness products represent urban impervious surfaces as a percentage of developed surface over every 30-meter pixel in the United States. The NLCD 2021 release is update based, so the Impervious Surface products released in 2019 are unchanged and can be used directly with NLCD 2021.This update provides integrated analysis throughout all dates and includes a matching impervious surface descriptor layer. This descriptor layer identifies types of roads, wind tower sites, building locations, and energy production sites to allow a deeper analysis of developed features. No new imperviousness products for Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico are available for NLCD 2021. (Read More)

NLCD Imperviousness (CONUS) All Years

CONUS | 2021, 2019, 2016, 2013, 2011, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2001

NLCD 2011 Percent Developed Imperviousness (CONUS)

CONUS | 2011

NLCD 2011 Percent Developed Imperviousness Zone 8 (ALASKA)

Alaska | 2011

NLCD 2011 Developed Imperviousness Descriptor (CONUS)

CONUS | 2011

NLCD 2011 Developed Urban Descriptor (ALASKA)

Alaska | 2011

NLCD 2011 Developed Impervious Descriptor Zone 8 (ALASKA)

Alaska | 2011

NLCD 2011 to 2016 Developed Imperviousness Zone 8 Change (ALASKA)

Alaska | 2011, 2016

NLCD 2001 to 2011 Developed Imperviousness Zone 8 Change (ALASKA)

Alaska | 2001, 2011

Tree Canopy

NLCD tree canopy cover geospatial datasets with spatial resolutions of 30 m are produced by the USDA Forest Service. Tree canopy cover is derived from multi-spectral satellite imagery and other available ground and ancillary information. Tree canopy products for the period 2011-2021 are available for the conterminous United States, and by summer 2023, they will also cover coastal south east Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands. (Read More)

NLCD USFS Tree Canopy Change (ALASKA)

Alaska | 2011, 2016

NLCD 2011 USFS Tree Canopy Cover (CONUS)

CONUS | 2011

NLCD 2011 USFS Tree Canopy Cover (PUERTO RICO & U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS)

Islands & Territories | 2011

NLCD 2011 Tree Canopy Cover (HAWAII)

Islands & Territories | 2011

NLCD USFS Tree Canopy Change (PUERTO RICO & U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS)

Islands & Territories | 2011, 2016

NLCD 2011 USFS Tree Canopy Cover (ALASKA)

Alaska | 2011

NLCD Tree Canopy Change (HAWAII)

Islands & Territories | 2011, 2016

RCMAP - Future Projections - 2020s, 2050s, and 2080s

RCMAP projected cover products characterize the fractional (i.e., percentage) cover of shrub, herbaceous, bare ground, litter, sagebrush, tree, and annual herbaceous in each 30-meter pixel in the Western United States. Projected data include three time periods (2020s, 2050s, and 2080s) and two climate scenarios (Representative Concentration Pathways [RCP] 4.5 and 8.5). Component cover were harmonized so that the sum of bare ground, shrub, herbaceous, tree, and litter cover adds to ~100% and secondary components sagebrush and annual herbaceous cover were harmonized to their respective primary components of shrub and herbaceous cover, (so their cover could not be greater than their primary component). These products have been produced by USGS in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management. Component products are designed to be used individually or combined to support a broad variety of applications. Data are packaged by time-period and climate scenarios (six). Additionally, for comparison to reference conditions, a scenario based on 1991-2020 climate normal is available. (Read More)

Rangeland – Future Projections 2050s – rcp 4.5

Western U.S. | 2050s

Rangeland – Future Projections 2050s – rcp 8.5

Western U.S. | 2050s