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October 6th, 2013
Pune Plans to Use GIS for Next Tree Census

The Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has proposed a tree census using the geographical information system (GIS) and geographical positioning system (GPS) as a pilot project. Suresh Salunke, garden superintendent and chief of the garden department, said, “The tree census has to be conducted every five years. The civic body had conducted its first tree census in 1997-98, wherein around 12.51 lakh trees were recorded in the municipal limits. The second tree census was conducted in 2006-07, in which 18 lakh trees were identified. The civic body intends to conduct the census next year and our preliminary estimate indicates that there will be around 22 lakh trees.” Read More