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Esri User Community Updates World Topographic and World Imagery Maps

Blog Post created by SMatthews-esristaff Employee on Feb 18, 2016

Updates to the World Topographic and World Imagery Maps Available!

This release incorporates new and updated coverage to the World Topographic Map for Caracas Venezuela and several cities and counties throughout the United States. The World Imagery Map has been updated with high resolution imagery to include the Kingdom of Spain.

Longmont, Colorado

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Waterbury, Connecticut

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This Story Map Series visits selected areas in several communities where new and updated content are available.

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Feedback

If you have previously used the World Topographic Map or World Imagery Map, you may need to clear your cache in order to see the updates.

If you have feedback on content, try our Topographic Map Feedback web map or Imagery Map Feedback web map.

If you have other feedback or comments, please post them to the ArcGIS Online Discussion Group and the Living Atlas Discussion Group on GeoNet.

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