The GEDI satellite system is being used to map forest carbon content and assess forest biodiversity and health.
The California Forest Observatory, created by Salo Sciences, has applied a new artificial intelligence tool that maps every tree in California.
Developed by Steve Bennett, OpenTrees.org lets you visualize and download GIS data for almost 11 million city and park trees around the world.
The Tree Mapping project uses crowd sourcing to accurate identify tree stems from laser scanning point cloud data acquired via UAV.
A study from the US Forest Service has found that, nationally, tree cover is declining at a rate of 175,000 acres per year which is the equivalent of about 36 million trees lost each year.