The Learn ArcGIS team is pleased to announce the release of a new Learn lesson featuring Ecological Marine Units data: Predict Seagrass Habitats with Machine Learning Seagrasses are an important ally in combatting global warming—these coastal marine plants sequester vast amounts of carbon dioxide. When compared to terrestrial tropical forests,…(Show moreShow less)
Esri Chief Scientist Dawn Wright is an invited speaker for the 4D Workshop: Deep-time Data Driven Discovery and the Evolution of Earth The 4-D Workshop will be convened June 4-6, 2018 in Washington DC with sponsorship by NASA, the USGS, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Sloan Foundation, the Keck Foundation, the Earth Life SciencePreviewHide preview
Next Phase of an Unprecedented Global “Digital Ocean” Project (aka Ecological Marine Units) by #Esri Chief Scientist Dawn Wright featured in the May/June issue of Geoconnexion International http://p.ctx.ly/r/7pps Or see attached ...
Welcome and thank you for following the 2018 Federal GIS Plenary! Please enjoy the highlights from today's plenary session. Feel free to join the conversation and comment bleow. Be sure to check back today and Wednesday for FedGIS Conference 2018 daily recaps of all the exciting activities. Watch the Plenary Videos on YouTube. **Click onPreviewHide preview
Stay tuned for more info from the Esri team on new workflows to produce local, higher-resolution 3D meshes and ultimately EMUs from NOAA data or your own data. Watch this space and the Esri Ocean GIS Forum recaps for more! We also have a growing list of exciting use cases of the EMUs for a range of scientific and resource management applications…(Show moreShow less)
Just uploaded, a video from the 2017 Esri Ocean GIS Forum on the next phase of the Ecological Marine Units project. See a demo by Esri's Sean Breyer about the incorporation of higher-resolution data to create more '"ocalized" EMUs in smaller, regional areas of interest. Also Roger Sayre of the USGS reports on the 2-day scoping meeting that took…(Show moreShow less)