Patrick Barry, the founding member of TreeKIT’s Advisory board, has added an important new map feature — a “legend” in and of itself (pun intended).
At long last, this legend helps explain the following:
- When zoomed out, the map displays block edges color-coded by tree density.
- When zoomed in, individual trees become visible. Trees are classified as “Alive,” “Dead,” “Stump,” or “Empty Bed.” “Alive” trees are graded into six size classes by diameter at breast hight.
- When closely zoomed in, individual treebed rectangles become visible.
Thank you Patrick for this great addition to the map!