Finding all the trees of a species
eg. to get a list of all Oaks (Quercus robur)
- Click on Species
- Scroll down to Quercus robur ( you can also use the search box)
- There are two numbers shown - the first (bigger number) is of all Quercus robur and cultivars, the second of just Quercus robur excluding cultivars
- Click on the first number to get the list and map of all these trees
- To find the largest Oak in Bristol, click on the Girth heading - twice - to get the trees sorted into descending girth order
- Click on the ID (RB-1) of the tree in the list or the map marker to view details of the largest Oak
Listing the trees in a collection
All Tree Protection Orders
- Click on Collections in the menu bar.
- This lists the tree collections which are included.
- Click on a selected collection to see the collection details
- Click on Trees in the submenu bar to list and map all the trees in the collection
- Click on Species to analyse the trees in this collection by species
Finding all the trees near a location
- Click on Search in the menu bar
- Enter an address to position the map marker, or zoom the map and centre the marker
- This enters latitude and longitude values in the form
- Enter a suitable range in meters and add any other restrictions to the query
- Click Search for Trees
We would like to add new collections of trees to the database. Data can be accepted in a number of formats and converted to the internal representation when loaded but if collecting new data, these notes on the data requirements and format
will be helpful.