Friday, October 21, 2011

Washington DC's Trees on Google Maps

The DC Street Tree Map uses data from the Urban Forestry Administration with Google Maps to show trees that they have planted and maintain in Washington DC.

Five different map markers have been used to differentiate maples, oaks, elms, sycamores and others. If you click on a marker you can view details such as the tree's height and the date it was planted. The information windows also coantain a link to view the tree in Street View.

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juanchosierrar said...
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juanchosierrar said...

Some time ago to develop a similar project for my city in Colombia, initially made ​​for Google Earth we can see number of species of trees by counting apples and maps of density concentration of some species, also I uploaded to Google Fusion Tables to view them in Google Maps version. Now I have it on Stop. : (I leave the link and excellent yours.