How to Create Isopachs, Isochrons and Seam Floor Contours in ArcGIS Pro

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08-08-2023 10:45 PM
jantolihao
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Hello, everyone!

Does anybody know how to create isopachs, isochrons and seam floor contours in ArcGIS Pro? Is there a tool in the geoprocessing toolbox that can help me generate those types of contours? I know how to generate a "normal" contour from elevation surface but having a hard time finding a solution to generate the mentioned types of contours above.

Appreciate any help or hint regarding this matter. Thank you very much. 

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MiguelParedes
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Greetings @jantolihao 

If you have generated contours in the past using ArcGIS Pro, you may be familiar with the following articles, but if not, please have a look at Create contour line in ArcGIS Pro and Contour function. When it comes to isochrones (Service Areas), you will need the Network Analyst extension as explained in Visualize the reachable area with Service Area tutorial. Also, have a look at the Service area analysis layer.  Alternatively, you could use the TravelTime ArcGIS Pro Add-In available from TravelTime which is available through the ArcGIS Marketplace

Hope the above can be used as a guide.

Miguel

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MiguelParedes
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Greetings @jantolihao 

If you have generated contours in the past using ArcGIS Pro, you may be familiar with the following articles, but if not, please have a look at Create contour line in ArcGIS Pro and Contour function. When it comes to isochrones (Service Areas), you will need the Network Analyst extension as explained in Visualize the reachable area with Service Area tutorial. Also, have a look at the Service area analysis layer.  Alternatively, you could use the TravelTime ArcGIS Pro Add-In available from TravelTime which is available through the ArcGIS Marketplace

Hope the above can be used as a guide.

Miguel
jantolihao
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Hello, @MiguelParedes.

Thank you for the response. This is really helpful.

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