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Our Community Program contributors have added new and updated map layers to Esri’s Online Basemaps. There is new and updated content for 50 communities, spanning 3 continents. They include several counties, metropolitan areas, and facility sites in Asia, Europe and … Continue reading
Earlier this month, we announced several updates to the World Imagery basemap as part of the March updates to ArcGIS Online. Well, those updates are continuing and this week we have released another large batch of updates with DigitalGlobe and … Continue reading
The Living Atlas of the World is a collection of thousands of maps, data, imagery, tools, and apps produced by Esri and its partners, as well as ArcGIS users worldwide. It is a curated subset of ArcGIS Online items contributed and maintained … Continue reading
As part of the March updates to ArcGIS Online, we released new content to the Esri Vector Basemaps twice in the past month. Each release contained a variety of community contributions, covering geographic areas from cities to counties to countries … Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro users enjoy ready to use data at their fingertips! The Living Atlas of the World is the foremost collection of global geographic information used to support critical decision making. It includes beautiful and authoritative maps on thousands of … Continue reading
The March 2017 ArcGIS Online release contains demographic updates for several countries as well as some key datasets in the U.S. Read more about these updates below or jump ahead to learn how these updates affect you. Demographic Updates Thirty-two … Continue reading
The recording of the February 2017 Living Atlas Community Webinar is now available! In this webinar, Jim Herries, Lisa Berry, and Jennifer Bell of Esri’s ArcGIS Content Team presented Esri’s latest SmartMapping techniques and showed how you can use them with Living Atlas layers … Continue reading
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
I recently took to ArcGIS Pro to visualize and analyze the EMU clusters. Having spent most of my Desktop analysis experience in ArcMap, I was both surprised and quite pleased with what I discovered. Here are a few handy tricks I learned which can greatly aid in understanding this vast dataset a little better!
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.