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Explore the street trees in Washington, DC with this arcgis online map:
Its important that stocking levels (the percentage of open tree spaces relative the entire tree population) express less disparity across the city. Explore this interactive graphic to learn more about this in DC: http://public.tableausoftware.com/views/ReportforOpenTreeBoxes-Spaces/Dashboard1?:embed=y&:display_count=no#1
DDOT’s Urban Forestry Administration manages over 150,000 street tree locations, with an remarkable group of talented arborists. Who they are, where they work, the volume they manage…
DDOT’s Urban Forestry Administration received over 10,000 service requests for its street trees in fiscal year 2013. This video animates these requests in Arcmap 10.1, displaying them one week at a time. Note the nifty way the legend summarizes the number of each request type being displayed at any given time, a great addition in 10.
Who asks for tree service in Washington, DC … and where? This is the distribution of tree-related service requests for fiscal year 2013, summarized into 250 sq meter grid fishnet cells.
UFA is using nearly 150 different species in its effort to install 8,000 new street trees this season. Click here to interact with this visualization: http://public.tableausoftware.com/shared/DTB3QFPDQ?:display_count=no