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ShareUser
Esri Community Manager

Intended for database administrators as recommendations for establishing the product workspaces in an Enterprise Geodatabase (Oracle®, SQL Server®, PostgreSQL®).

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ShareUser
Esri Community Manager

Mapping & Charting Solutions (MCS) Enterprise Databases Best Practices

Intended for database administrators as recommendations for establishing the product workspaces in an Enterprise Geodatabase (Oracle®, SQL Server®, PostgreSQL®).

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Keith-VanGraafeiland
Esri Contributor

Using oceanographic altimetry data in ArcGIS Pro.

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This week's Tool Time session focuses on cross-platform data sharing to support collaboration, conservation, and coordination. We are excited to participate in this session alongside:

Amanda Sesser, 21 Sustainability LLC

Shannon Westlake, 21 Sustainability LLC

Kristine Evans, Mississippi State University

Dave Jones, StormCenter Communications

Dr. Ellen Prager, StormCenter Communications Chief Scientist

Esri's guest presenter this week is Charmel Menzel, a citizen science enthusiast from Esri’s National Government team. In her presentation, she will be showing how organizations are using applications like ArcGIS Hub to support collaboration and coordination.

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by Anonymous User
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This week's Tool Time session focuses on data management for habitat and various species in the Gulf of Mexico. We are excited to participate in this session alongside:

  • Breanna Sweetman, NOAA Office for Coastal Management
  • Peter Sheng, ACUNE (Adaptation of Coastal Urban and Natural Ecosystems) Project
  • Mike Savarese, ACUNE (Adaptation of Coastal Urban and Natural Ecosystems) Project

Esri's guest presenter this week is Dan Pisut from our ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World Team. In his presentation, he will be showing how organizations have been using GIS applications to show flooding impacts and accessing data in the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.

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by Anonymous User
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This week's post is focused on resources to help you access and analyze data for habitat and species management.

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by Anonymous User
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Esri is honored to participate in season 2 of Tool Time with Dave with the Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA).  These sessions have provided valuable insight and discussions into tools, data, and partners that support the work being done in the Gulf of Mexico to support healthy and resilient coast.

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Esri is a proud sponsor of the second season of the Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) Tool Time series.  Aug. 10, 2021 is the first session of this season. In this post, we share various tools and applications that can be helpful for decision support. 

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DawnWright
Esri Regular Contributor

A 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

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DawnWright
Esri Regular Contributor

As 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 of QPS, and Wetherbee Dorshow of Earth Analytic. 

This meeting, which took place at the historic Royal Society on Tuesday 22 October, was convened to mark the progress made in the two years since Seabed 2030 was launched, and to look ahead to the remaining challenges of mapping the gaps in our understanding of the seafloor. In the short time that it has been operational, Seabed 2030 has already seen a doubling of the bathymetric data available to produce the definitive map of the world’s oceans – an increase equivalent in size to the landmass of the entire African continent.

The invitation-only roster of attendees included some of the world’s leading ocean scientists and maritime organizations, including representatives from the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO. Also in attendance were delegates from industry partners such as Esri (Chief Scientist Dawn Wright and Maritime Program Manager + GEBCO TSCOM Vice Chair Caitlyn Raines), the XPRIZE Foundation, and the team behind SEA-KIT, the unmanned surface vessel (USV) which formed a key part of the GEBCO-Nippon Foundation Alumni Team’s winning entry in the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE.

For additional info and notes see esriurl.com/visiontoaction and Seabed 2030's press release.

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