NYC street trees rendered dynamically in the landscape architecture hand-drawn tree plan view style.
Tree-One-One is a web app that lets users explore different properties of trees within a given radius.
Mapping NYC's Urban Harvest
Question: Which genera increased or decreased in population over time, and which species grew the most.
Helps locate a NYC tree using the location setting on someone’s smartphone
An overview of insights we learned from correlation analysis, with thoughts on further research.
Map ash trees (genus Fraxinus) in New York City in preparation for emerald ash borer invasion.
Measuring how street trees' impact on street life and quality
Engaging youth through games, information and a pet tree!
We provide citizens of NYC the ability to see the density of trees in their neighborhood
Create dynamic site & Tree signage for exploration, education, connection w/trees & promote stewardship.
This is a simple data downloader for the 2015 Street Trees Data
EveryTreeNYC is a Twitter bot that showcases the personality of NYC street trees
A number of maps and dashboards that explore the tree census data
Website containing heatmaps and bar graphs visualizing tree health as it pertains to the local community.
The qualitative effect of trees on improving pedestrian comfort
Map with dropdown to select tree counts by year...
To estimate the citywide water absorption that could result from the complete implementation of tree guards
“Treezy” is a mobile app for matching users with nearby trees in most need.
Using average costs for different work orders we visualized 311 costs over time.