A Map of New York City’s Trees

The 600,000 trees in New York City have been mapped. When I was in New York I kept thinking the trees looked depressed.
“The 600,000 trees that line the streets of New York City have been mapped, revealing a diverse array of greenery in the midst of one of the world’s largest cities. Jill Hubley, a web developer who lives in the New York borough of Brooklyn, used official city data to create a visualization of where each of the 600,000 trees, which cover 168 different species, are situated.”

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