I would like to combine regression models where each $Y_i$ is a subset of the total $Y$. The independent variable is the same but not from the same sample. Some illustrating example: say I am interested to estimate the tree density in a city, tree density is negatively related to population density. What I have is: $Y_1=b_1X$ where $X$ is the population density of some cities and $Y_1$ is the tree density of a certain tree species.
$Y_2=b_2X$ is a similar data set for but a different tree species from some other cities. What I would like to estimate is the total tree density $Y=Y_1+Y_2$. I think just summing the result of the two models would overestimate the total number of trees because the proportion between the two species varies among cities. In the most extreme case all trees in acity would be from the same species.
The problem seems not so uncommon, so any keywords that would guide some search would be helpful. It would be just fine if I could estimate the prediction bounds of the total tree density of cities with population density $X$, e.g by randomly drawing from a distribution of a weighting parameter that mixes different fractions of $Y_1$ and $Y_2$