by Cindy McKay, Horizon Systems Corporation, Member of the EPA/USGS NHDPlus Team A national compilation of the WBD snapshots used to build NHDPlusV2 has been assembled and is posted at: http://www.horizon-systems.com/NHDPlus/V2NationalData.php The data is posted in both shapefile and File … Continue reading
We’d love to hear your feedback. Download the BETA 10.1 Arc Hydro Tools (32MB) by connecting with ftp: https://mft.esri.com Login: ADSRiverHydraulics Password: ADSRiver.2013b (The password will change every 6 months. Check the Arc Hydro Forum for the most current password.) … Continue reading
Contours are lines that connect locations of equal value in a raster dataset. They are useful because they can show the shape of the phenomena represented by the raster surface that may be otherwise difficult to see. In addition to … Continue reading
by Mitch Bergeson, National Standards and Support Team, US Fish and Wildlife Service Division of Habitat and Resource Conservation The Wetlands Mapper is an internet discovery mechanism designed to promote greater awareness of wetlands geospatial data applications and to deliver … Continue reading
by David Northup, GIS Analyst, Integrated Spatial Solutions Inc. (ISSI) The modeling application was designed for a hydroelectric power production system in CA. The system is located in the central Sierra Nevada Mountains, and is comprised of 6 major reservoirs, … Continue reading
by Rich Nauman, Product Engineer, Esri. Do you need to use soil data in your analysis? Simply open the SSURGO Downloader Application, navigate to your project area, click the map to open a pop-up and then click the download link … Continue reading
by Tommy Dewald, USEPA Office of Water The National Hydrography Dataset Plus (NHDPlus) is a suite of geospatial products that build upon and extend the capabilities of the NHD (1:100,000 scale) by integrating it with the National Elevation Dataset (30M) … Continue reading
by Johnny Sullivan, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Research in Water Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, email@example.com It is unclear at present exactly how climate change will affect global precipitation patterns on a long-term time scale. The Intergovernnmental … Continue reading
On Wednesday September 19th, Apple will release a new version of their mobile operating system (iOS 6.0) ahead of launching new iPhone 5 devices. In certifying the final release seed of iOS 6.0 we have uncovered several problems with the existing ArcGIS application.
If your organization is currently using the ArcGIS application on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch devices we encourage you to wait until we update to the ArcGIS application before upgrading devices to iOS 6. We are finalizing our changes now and anticipate submitting to Apple’s App Store shortly. Once approved you will receive an update notification on your device and we will send out notification with another blog post.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
by Virginia Smith, Ellison Carter and James Seppi (Bridging Waters), Laura Read (Bridging Waters and Tufts University), and Fernando Salas (University of Texas at Austin)
Over the past 20 years, more than two billion people gained access to improved drinking water resources, and 1.8 billion people gained access to improved sanitation services.* With these gains, drinking water coverage worldwide has already exceeded the United Nations (UN) Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of 88% before the target year 2015. Global sanitation coverage, currently at 63%, lags behind the UN MDG of 75%. Continue reading