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GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Sciences, Adding Address Points on a Map, 2020 Student Competition, and Calls for User Feedback

Blog Post created by lfountain-esristaff Employee on Sep 17, 2019

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SciencesCalling all scientists! Check out the Sciences group for a couple of announcements from Esri Chief Scientist Dawn Wright and to connect with fellow scientists in the fields of Ocean Sciences, Data, Ecological Marine, Weather & Climate and more. Start a discussion about things you are working on or blog about a successful project you worked on this year using GIS. 

 

 

Check out these announcements in Sciences: 

 

Featured Content Highlights 

Points on A Map

Mike Schoelen has a new explainer for GIS beginners in his In a GIF blog series. Learn how to turn addresses into points on a map with ArcGIS Online and an Excel spreadsheet. Share with someone who could use a brief understanding of how to get started with GIS.   

The blog includes a link to download a free Spatial Analysis poster.  
 

 

 

 

 

Charlie Fitzpatrick shared an announcement for the 2020 Middle School & High School Student Competition. Learn more about the details of the contest. 

 

 

Open Questions & Discussions 

 

Do you have knowledge in other areas? See if you can answer these unanswered questions in the community. 

 

Product & Service Updates Round-Up 

 

Take a look at these product and service updates announced in GeoNet:

 

 

Calls for feedback:

 

Community Tip 

Introduce Yourself in our new GeoNet Member Introductions place and connect with a fellow professional or student in the community. Complete your first three actions to get familiar with GeoNet. You can also discover your way around the Esri Community through a scavenger hunt 

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