In response to feedback from our user community, the ArcGIS Content Team is happy to announce the release of the Antarctic imagery map as a new basemap! This map is designed to supplement the Arctic Imagery map, which we previously blogged about publishing last … Continue reading
The Ocean Basemap Team is happy to announce the release of the Arctic Ocean Basemap as a production basemap! We previously blogged about the development of this service. The Arctic Ocean Basemap uses the Alaska Polar Stereographic projection (WKID 5936) and … Continue reading
The Ocean Basemap team has been hard at work in expanding the data content in the World Ocean Basemap! The latest release, which went live October 15, 2014, features data from Geoscience Australia. Geoscience Australia, along with several other responsibilities, … Continue reading
The Ocean Basemap Team is happy to announce that the Arctic Ocean Basemap has been released as a beta version and is publicly available! The Arctic Ocean Basemap uses the Alaska Polar Stereographic projection (WKID 5936) and is cached from 1:451,295, 122 … Continue reading
ArcGIS Online includes a living atlas of the world with beautiful and authoritative maps on many topics, including a rich and growing collection of historical maps from several leading publishers. With the latest addition to this collection, National Geographic has … Continue reading
The Ocean Basemap Team is thrilled to announce a new contributor to the Ocean Basemap Program: OceanWise! As part of the Community Maps program, the Ocean Basemap grows and expands based on contributions from the community. Thanks to OceanWise, the World Ocean Basemap now includes 6 arc-second, or approximately 180 m resolution data for all of the British Isles.
The Ocean Basemap Team has been thrilled at all of the feedback we’ve been receiving on the new World Ocean Basemap. Thank you all for both your comments and compliments – the World Ocean Basemap grows and evolves based on your feedback. Alongside the new split basemap, the latest release of the Ocean Basemap also features some other very exciting enhancements. Continue reading
The Ocean Basemap team is thrilled to announce the latest release of the World Ocean Basemap! This new release reflects an exciting and major change to the structure of the basemap. The World Ocean Basemap now consists of two layers: the base layer with the hydrographic and terrestrial cartography and a separate reference layer that contains the reference information and labels, such as soundings, subsurface feature names, and administrative boundaries. This change will better serve the World Ocean Basemap community in their maps and applications. Continue reading