Tag: Water Resources
By Denny Rivas. Center for Research in Water Resources. The University of Texas at Austin. Consider you are asked to undertake research on hydrology, in which you have to propose new methodologies using scarce available data, and look for novel … Continue reading
The Esri Hydro Team is pleased to announce it has added more data layers to the Living Atlas. USA Polluted Waters (Source: EPA 303d) USA Permitted Point Source Water Pollution (Source: EPA NPDES) USA Hydrologic Group Code (Source: SSURGO) In … Continue reading
Our team meetings are just around the corner.
The Water/Wastewater meeting will include presentations by the White House Utility District, Hampton Roads Sanitation District, and many more.
The Water Resources meeting attendees will hear from Southwest Florida Water Management District, Southern CA Coastal Water Research Project,Esri staff as well as several others.
Meetings are free and are a great opportunity for you to connect with Esri staff and find out how other organizations are using GIS.
A recording of the June 5th Live Training Seminar, Elevation Analysis with ArcGIS Online, is now live on the Esri Training Web site as a free Training Seminar. So, if you were unable to attend on June 5th, please view … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again!
Esri’s Team Water/Wastewater Meeting – July 12th, 8:00am – 5:00pm
Esri’s Team Water Resources (Hydro) Meeting – July 13th, 8:00 – 5:00pm
These meetings are open to all who are interested in GIS and want to learn more about how Esri’s ArcGIS Platform is being used to support Water.
Don’t miss out on presentations by industry professionals, Esri partners and Esri staff. Attend both meetings or choose your favorite!
Registration is now open.
If you have questions about these meetings please don’t hesitate to contact me. See you in San Diego!
Christa Campbell – email@example.com
Elevation analysis services, hosted by ArcGIS Online, are a new option for performing analyses that require elevation and hydrologic data. For example, you can find the slope of a road, calculate a viewshed, or discover where water flows to or … Continue reading
By Patrick Bergeron, postdoctoral fellow, INSPQ and Univerisité de Sherbrooke, Canada. Temporal floodplain delineation is an important aspect of many urban and environmental management plans. Water height data, measured under bridges or at gauge stations, are common and usually free. … Continue reading
by Steve Kopp, Esri Have you ever wanted to draw a viewshed or elevation profile for a location but didn’t have the data? Or needed to know the slope of a road, predominant aspect of a forest plot, or where … Continue reading
If you missed the Water Resources Annual meeting on Sunday, July 7, 2013 (GIS Hydro 2013 Sunday Preconference Seminar), you’re in luck! We recorded the entire day, and each session is available to watch on Esri Video. You can also access … Continue reading
Students at the University of Texas at Austin have found a reengineered GIS in Water Resources class this fall. The GIS class, which was first offered by Dr. David Maidment in 1996, has changed the way that the information is … Continue reading