GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Explore Air Quality in the US with Living Atlas, Mapping and Charting as Place of the Week and 3 Product and Service Updates

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Featured Community Content: Explore air quality in the US with content from Living Atlas

Lisa Berry gathered some resources to be able to use ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World to look at air quality with historical data, current data, and forecasted data. Check out her list of resources available from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Weather Service, and NASA to explore air quality in areas of interest to you in the United States. Read: Explore air quality in the US with content from Living Atlas


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Featured Place of the Week: Mapping and Charting

Mapping and Charting PlaceIf you are a part of an organization that produces geospatial information to respond to national needs, this place is for you. Work with other professionals on best practices or share your examples in the group. Check out additional focus areas in the group including aeronautical, cartographic, nautical, and topographic. Go to: Mapping and Charting


3 Open Questions & Discussions

Jessica Points needs help updating a polygon with ArcMap 10.6. What would you recommend?

Željko Pušec wants to know how to limit submissions to a specific region in ArcGIS Survey123 Have you done this before?

Liesl De Swardt wants to do some calculations with tables in ArcGIS Online that will help him calculate daily utilization and stock of safety inventory. Can you help?


3 Product and Service Updates

ArcGIS Maps for Adobe® Creative Cloud® released version 2.0. See what’s new.

Explorer for ArcGIS has an update with new enhancements and supported capabilities.

If you’re editing Utility Network data with ArcGIS Pro,  take a look at this blog post about a known bug and how to address it.


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