The Level 1 Tree Risk Assessment app helps perform a limited visual tree assessment. It maps those trees with obvious defects that have a Probable or Imminent likelihood of failure and identifies treatment.
Designed for pre-and post-storm use this app can store tree assessments locally, export them via email or can be connected to ArcGIS Online.
Trees Count is a mobile app for iOS and Android devices that allows users to inventory trees in communities. Trees are mapped and characterized with informative attributes. Inventories can be transferred across devices. The data is iTree compatible and can be exported to CSV files that can be opened in Excel or imported into the companion Access database application for printing reports.
The Tree Trails app creates a custom tree trail which connects with TexasForestInfo.com. It allows teachers, youth organization leaders, and the general public to move the classroom outside and utilize corresponding educational curriculum to learn about these trees.
Features include the ability to navigate through maps of trails and trees, toggle between aerial and street views as well as GPS capabilities.
The Texas Forestry BMPs app is based on the Texas Forestry Best Management Practices Handbook (May 2014), the state manual for protecting water quality during forest operations.
This convenient, native app is a quick reference guide that covers all forest activities, including the actual BMP guidelines, recommended specifications, schematics, tables, glossary, soils identifier tool, slope tool, and tree height tool.