Treework Environmental Practice has extensive expertise in the use of GIS mapping to analyse and manage trees and landscape.
Accurate plotting of landscape features directly in the field without the need for base maps.
Recording the extent and integration of vegetation types on a plan for easy interpretation.
Spatial analysis is the selection and analysis of recorded information on a GIS. This system allows us to analyse recorded features within or between mapped boundaries or boundaries defined by ourselves.
Having recorded the age of mapped features, we are able to place them in separate layers according to their age and display these separately or together in order to show historic landscape change.
Accurate surveying and mapping of site boundaries using GPS and Laser.
Mapping zones according to the value of structures within them and levels of public access. This system enables the land/tree manager to prioritise areas for survey and management works.
Sites may be zoned according to other criteria where required.
We provide map outputs to any scale from A4 to A0 on paper or digitally. We pride ourselves on our ability to produce easily interpretable maps with all standard features (legend, North point, copyright notice, etc.)
We are able to provide maps in all common digital formats: AutoCAD (*.dxf), MapInfo (*.mid .mif .tab), ArkView (.shp), Micro Station (*.dgn).
All feature data can be exported as *.xls or most other data table formats.
We use the following digital packages to produce high quality services and outputs