Trees Across Toronto In 2004, the city of toronto began a community tree planting project that planted over 30,000 tees until 2012. Each year a monitoring plan was carried out to asses the succese of the trees that were planted. In 2019, the city of Toronto requested Danjieles team at the University of Toronto to make an effort to standardize and asses the data of the overall success of the Trees Across Toronto planting project. 

Modeled historical vegetation:


Applications of Predictive Vegetation Maps

Predictive vegetation maps have different applications that range from forest restoration, conservation, and management to land use planning. Some of applications are the design of green systems and landscape planning, informing restoration, protection and recovery of species at risk and their habitats, and supporting conservation efforts and natural resource management.