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bszukalski-esristaff
A recent addition to the Teach with GIS lessons is Thailand's Cave Rescue Miracle. It's among many exercises that teachers can use to create engaging and innovative materials for their students.You'll plenty more at the Teach with GIS Curriculum Builder site.   This particular lesson is of special interest to those interested in caves. On June… (Show more)
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bszukalski-esristaff
To verify and test a few things, I came up with a 3D visualization of Hidden River Cave, located in the town of Horse Cave, Kentucky. Click the Slides to view the cave from various perspectives, or use your mouse to explore the cave interactively.     How it was authored   The cave survey data is courtesy of the Cave Research Foundation, with… (Show more)
Jzett33
I have been able to create 3D points and lines out of cave survey data. From these, I have used the LRUD information to create more points and simplified lines of the passage walls. Does anyone know of a way that I can convert either these points or lines into multipatch features to show a more accurate representation of the cave passage?
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bszukalski-esristaff
On June 23, 2018, 12 members of a junior soccer team and their coach became trapped inside a flooded cave in Thailand's Chiang Rai province. They'd ventured in after practice, in part to celebrate one team member's birthday. Sudden and heavy rainfall forced the group deeper into the flooding cave to seek high ground, which they found at a location… (Show more)
bszukalski-esristaff
After a period of hibernation, the sun has risen, and warmed and awakened us from our caves.    We're excited to invite you to join the newly updated ArcGIS Cave and Karst space in the GeoNet Community.   This will be a place to connect and share ideas, best practices, and examples of using and applying GIS, with the unique needs and… (Show more)
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gisteacher
The Gomantong Caves are an intricate cave system inside Gomantong Hill. The hill is the largest limestone outcrop in the Lower Kinabatangan area, Sandakan division, in the Malaysian state of Sabah, on Borneo island.  More information can be found at http://gomantong.photofolio.org/ until we update our fieldwork from July 2014.
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