ArcGIS for Ocean Use Planning is a community of GIS practitioners dedicated to enabling local, state, and federal government agencies to successfully apply GIS to a range of issues and activities.
The Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric (Geofabric) tutorial series has expanded, with a further two tutorials now available. The Geofabric is a specialised Geographic Information System. It registers the spatial relationships between important hydrological features such as rivers, water bodies, aquifers … Continue reading
GIS Assessment Model Uncovers Optimal Sites for Renewable Energy Production This article was originally posted in the Spring 2013 issue of ArcNews. Read the article here: Unlocking British Columbia’s Hydropower Potential. In addition, see the Kerr Wood Leidal presentation slides from Ryan … Continue reading
Wupperverband is a nonprofit agency in Germany that is responsible for river and watershed management including wastewater treatment, water resource management and flow/flood control. ArcGIS Online is being used to extract date, input date and enable the exchange of data … Continue reading
Among the most important activities at the Esri Oceans Summit (November 7–8, 2012; see prior blog post 1 and prior prior blog post 2) were the breakout groups, where participants were called upon to identify major barriers to the use … Continue reading
Bring awareness to the importance of water resources management by sharing with the international GIS community the great work you’ve done. Please submit up to three images to be considered for inclusion in this year’s Esri International User Conference Plenary Session. When … Continue reading