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bszukalski-esristaff
With recent data compiled by the USGS, the WNS maps and Story Map have been updated. The update includes new reports from Texas, Washington, Minnesota, and several Canadian provinces.   Story Map   Interactive map   How the maps are made The Story Map uses the Story Map Journal, and embeds two Story Map Series and the Time Aware configurable… (Show more)
bszukalski-esristaff
Today, June 6th, 2019, is National Caves and Karst Day. You'll find lots of commercial caves and National Park caves holding special events today.     I took a quick look for cave and karst related maps and apps on ArcGIS Online, here's the search links.   Maps: … (Show more)
karlburt01
Sorry if this seems like a rookie question, as I am with self-learning arcgis (online) with only 6 months of tinkering, and I apologize if my GIS lingo is not right. My question is around the structure of cave tables for mainly point data of cave entrances, I have a reasonable list of cave entrance locations - but what is the best way to set… (Show more)
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bszukalski-esristaff
This is an example of an online cave map with links to photos. The cave is real, it was mapped and (re-) discovered during a project for Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The cave name is hidden, as is its location. Click the camera symbol to see the photos, you'll see it's a very unique and special cave.   The map was scanned and then published… (Show more)
bszukalski-esristaff
Here's a couple of examples that I put together that show different ways to manage a variety of documents associated with a feature in a hosted feature layer. The original question and subsequent example was catalyzed by someone that wanted to explore how different kinds of documents - photos, PDF files, scanned images, maps, etc. - could be… (Show more)
bszukalski-esristaff
Click to view contentHere's a Story Map Cascade I stumbled across the other day. It's about the ThamLuang Cave (Thailand) rescue, and presents an overview of how GIS was applied.     The Story Map was authored by Esri Thailand, and one of the interesting features of the Story Map is that it is bilingual.
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