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A cartographic study of the Kenai Peninsula and Kenai River Region, depicting ’s newly acquired Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, or IfSAR, Elevation data. Map: Erin Novakovich, Alaska Department of Natural Resources
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Esri Aug 1
Challenger Deep, the deepest known point on Earth, has captivated explorers and scientists for generations. How did it form? And what’s down there? Find out in this StoryMap by :
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Esri Jul 31
Visit the Racial Equity GIS Hub to find relevant data layers, user examples, training, solutions, and other resources to help in your work for racial justice.
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Esri Jul 31
What's an American researcher doing tracking cats in New Zealand? Find out how is helping solve Auckland Island's invasive predator problem.
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Este Geraghty Jul 30
Food security is an issue that can affect anyone in their lifetime, & this problem has grown during . We're thankful that there are orgs like & who are using to help families have access to food. Read how in :
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ArcGIS StoryMaps Jul 30
ArcGIS updates released last night! You can now... 📍Embed your story in a website 📍Add attribution to images & videos 📍Add a logo + more items to a collection 📍Create a story with a quick-start template Get the details in 's post:
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Esri Jul 30
Missed the ? You can watch the Plenary Session videos here! ➡️
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Esri Jul 29
Community Contact Tracing is an important analytical capability that can help and other organizations mitigate the spread of in local communities. Learn more here:
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Esri Jul 29
Wurman dots are just one of the many high-quality, scalable vector symbols that precisely display on web maps at any zoom level and without blurriness. Learn how you can create points, lines, and polygons using CIMSymbols:
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ArcGIS Pro Jul 28
The latest release of ArcGIS Pro is live! Explore the 150+ enhancements and ideas from our users within , Esri's most powerful desktop application. like a Pro today. ArcGIS Pro Trial: What's New in Pro 2.6:
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Esri Jul 28
Replying to @abdulrauf_net
Hi Abdul, thank you for reaching out. Please contact your local Esri distributor for tech support. You can find their information here:
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Esri Jul 28
In this week's , Esri Chief Scientist Dr. Dawn Wright explains how businesses and governments are leveraging technology to innovate sustainable practices.
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Esri Jul 28
Master planning a city with ? It's possible! Here's how:
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Esri Jul 27
A pioneering collaboration between and Argonne National Laboratory shows how risk mapping can strengthen business resiliency.
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ArcGIS Apps Jul 22
It's easier than ever to make your mobile-friendly by using and just one intelligent URL ✅ See how it works on our blog:
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Esri Jul 27
The maintenance program keeps you up-to-date on the latest software, skills, security, & support. Watch this 2 min video to see how you can use these benefits to empower your team & organization. Are you using all of the benefits available?
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Esri Jul 25
“Heart of the Canyon” by Jeff Jenness, winner of the most innovative map category for the Map Gallery. See all the winning here:
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Esri Press Jul 20
Were you so busy last week catching the tech sessions that you didn't get to explore the Esri Merch Store? Good news: We have post-UC specials for select titles right now so you can still pick up a copy or three! Bookmark this & see the specials:
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Vicki Phillips Jul 24
Continuing the powerful conversations with educators at by sharing from : An intro to & collection of videos showcasing Explorers using to better understand our world.
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Esri Jul 24
Deep learning works exceedingly well with satellite and aerial imagery, but did you know that it can let you look underwater as well? Here's how we detected shipwrecks from bathymetric data using the deep learning tools in .
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