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NFVTDB Database

The Non-forest Vegetation Transitions Database (NFVTDB) contains information that describes both post-disturbance vegetation changes and vegetation changes resulting from succession without disturbance through 2014. The non-forest vegetation is described by Existing Vegetation Type (EVT), Existing Vegetation Cover (EVC), and Existing Vegetation Height (EVH). Information archived in the NFVTDB includes the disturbance and no disturbance data tables and tools to summarize and sort.

The database contains summary tools and reference information to select and sort post disturbance vegetation transitions resulting from:

Disturbance post disturbance vegetation transitions resulting from disturbance
No Disturbance vegetation changes resulting from succession without disturbance

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