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by Stephen Jackson, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Research in Water Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, email@example.com Extracting hydrologic features such as stream centerlines and watershed extents from a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) typically requires first hydrologically conditioning … Continue reading
By Jaynya Richards, Esri Research Cartographer
We just added to Esri’s Mapping Center ArcGIS Resources – Styles page a style that contains newly updated cartographic symbols for the National Park System (NPS). Tom Patterson, NPS Harper’s Ferry Center (HFC) cartographer, shared the symbol files with us, and we used them to create this ArcGIS 10 style, its five associated Esri fonts, and three associated graphic files. With this style, you can use the most current NPS symbology on your maps.
By Aileen Buckley, Mapping Center Lead
The key to using a picture fill symbol when imparting realism is to choose one that has a random appearance. Another trick is to pick one that looks something like the type of feature you are mapping. A number of pictures are provided with ArcGIS, and many of them fit these criteria. Follow the steps below to see how you can apply this symbology on your maps using pictures provided by Esri. Continue reading
By Wes Jones, Esri Design Cartographer
My mother loves to sew and knit. My grandmother was a professional seamstress and made countless wedding dresses. I have to admit, I like the odd sew from time to time. Growing up, I spent a lot of time at the local fabric store. When I say a lot of time, I mean a lot of time. The rolls of fabric became a babysitter while my mom sifted through the new designs and patterns. Continue reading