Discovery and Contribution is now effortless The redesigned Living Atlas of the World website has been released. The goals of the redesign were to make it easier to discover Living Atlas content and contribute items to the Living Atlas. The … Continue reading
The Nature Conservancy recently contributed 76 feature services to the Living Atlas of the World. Check out the story map to learn more: http://esriurl.com/TheNatureConservancyStoryMap.
Check out Earth Observation Services updated in the Living Atlas Earth Observation image and map services have been updated in the Living Atlas of the World. This includes data from NASA’s Global Land Data Assimilation System (GLDAS) and NOAA’s National … Continue reading
Due to increased demand for access and stability, the Esri Hydro Reference Overlay is now served as a hosted tile layer on ArcGIS Online. The original webmap and layer will remain in place until September 2017. At that time, the … Continue reading
by Andrew Keske, Alex Yesto, Ilana Cohen, Peter Bonsall, Sandy Margriter, Susan Rosebrough, Joan Harn, Cathi Bailey, Steve Chesterson Rivers often inspire us with their magnificent beauty and have long been recognized for providing us with not only water, but … Continue reading
. Tile Package Kreator is the latest creation by Esri Labs. This desktop utility is designed to help you quickly create Tile Package files. Tile Package files are used with out of the box mobile apps like Survey123 for ArcGIS … Continue reading
The United States Geological Survey (USGS)’s Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) has been updated.
In countries like the United States and Germany, federal agencies keep careful watch on the nation’s rivers, and disseminate their observations to the public. But in developing nations, many of the world’s major rivers remain un-gauged, despite the millions of … Continue reading
Contributions to ArcGIS Content Delivers Real-Time Data and Increases Government Efficiency “The make it once, use it many times model guarantees that our users have access to the most current data and it increases the efficiency among all levels of … Continue reading
For the first time ever, you can visualize NOAA’s stream-flow forecasts throughout the continental U.S. in ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS for Desktop or freely via the REST endpoint. By accessing the National Water Model map services, hosted on Esri’s livefeeds2.arcgis.com server, … Continue reading