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DWright-esristaff
Click to view contentA Wakelet Twitter compilation of Esri's Ocean and Atmospheric GIS Forum, is now available. In addition, the opening plenary remarks entitled "Your Knowledge... Our Community... ONE Planet's Resilience" are available at esrirurl.com/forum19. 
in Ocean Sciences
bszukalski-esristaff
The Esri Ocean and Atmospheric Forum is taking place this week on the Esri Campus in Redlands California, bringing together a community of atmospheric and ocean professionals to share advances in data collection, analysis, and understanding oceans and atmosphere.     Here's a collection of story maps and apps that cover ocean and atmospheric… (Show more)
DWright-esristaff
Click to view contentAs we begin both the Esri Ocean and Atmospheric Forum as well as the Seabed 2030 Map the Gaps Symposium, here is a Wakelet (essentially my notes and pictures) of last month's Nippon-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Vision-to-Action event in London. This includes a recap of the panel that I was asked to serve on with Andy Hoggarth of Teledyne CARIS, Almar Hollaar… (Show more)
in Ocean Sciences
DWright-esristaff
The Maritime tools at Pro2.4 now have the ability to convert the S-57 vector product for storing nautical charting data to the new vector S-101 format. We can also modify and input point or multi-point feature class using the Reduce Point Density tool, and smooth triangulated irregular network or TIN datasets, using the Smooth Bathymetric TIN… (Show more)
DWright-esristaff
A couple of weeks ago my company Spire Global announced the availability of our first Weather Forecast product supported by Dan Pisut and Keith VanGraafeiland who joined me on an ArcGIS Pro focused webinar showing how to integrate the data into a couple of workflows.   If you are interested the webinar recording is here. Jump to 13 minutes in for… (Show more)
DStephens-esristaff
Click to view contentYou've heard about the the Esri Ocean and Atmospheric GIS Forum taking place in Redlands, CA November 5-7, 2019... with a potent array of workshops, speakers, sponsors, and new insights for this growing community. As we expand our focus to include Atmospheric and MetOcean content, I'd like to share a few details of the Forum.   What to Expect:… (Show more)
in Ocean Sciences
MMathias-esristaff
I have a global ocean pH raster map.The raster has large NoData areas: all land areas and many coastlines have NoData. The land areas should remain as NoData, but the ocean areas (blue) should be filled with pH values.   First I made a seperate map with all the ocean areas that need to be filled (black=1, white=NoData):   Then I tried to… (Show more)
DWright-esristaff
Welcome to our new Esri science portfolio site! Science underpins everything that Esri produces. We develop for and support a number of sciences. We're very excited about all the things that we're doing across all the environmental sciences, and into the social sciences and digital humanities. This is embedded in what we do—to strengthen the… (Show more)
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