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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

At the 2023 Senior Executive Summit @ Esri UC, Dr. Richard Spinrad, Administrator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shares how they are harnessing the use of ocean…

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Sea Level Rise - Part 2

Creating realistic visualizations of flooding scenarios is an effective way to engage with your community and demonstrate potential impacts of Sea Level Rise, from the city to the human scale. In…

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Sea Level Rise - Part 1

Nearly 30% of the total US population lives in coastal counties. These communities will experience an accelerated rate of sea level rise over the next few decades, impacting infrastructure…

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Closing by Jack Dangermond

Jack Dangermond will discuss Esri’s commitment to Ocean, Weather, and Climate science and how the geographic approach is helping address current challenges.

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Welcome Address

It’s been ten years since we began this journey together. In this session, we will look back on the previous events and the importance of community.

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Dawn Wright's Historic Expedition

On July 12, Dr. Dawn Wright, Esri’s chief scientist, became the first person to operate a portable sonar device to map a portion of Challenger Deep in fine detail and the first Black person to…

From  Video Storytelling Studio 332 plays

Animated Maps: The Five Deeps

Ours is a water planet, with over 70 percent of its surface covered by oceans. Mapping them with maximum precision has always been a challenge, such that, even today, we have better maps of Mars than…

From  Charlie Lott 114 plays

Why we Should map the Ocean Floor

Learn why we should map the ocean floor from Chief Scientist of Esri, Dawn Wright.

From  Victoria Phillips 9 plays

Seabed Mapping

Learn why seafloor mapping is critical to saving our planet.

From  Victoria Phillips 33 plays

Seafloor Mapping

Learn about the importance of seabed mapping and why scientists are attempting to map the entire ocean floor by 2030.

From  Victoria Phillips 47 plays

Dawn Wright and Christian Harder | Interview with Esri Press

Watch Dawn Wright, Esri chief scientist and co-editor of the "GIS for Science" series, and Christian Harder, co-editor of the "GIS for Science" series and co-author of…

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Drainage Cross Section Shape in the Gulf of Alaska

The Gulf of Alaska is a complex environment, where geologic processes have formed a variety of features including troughs, canyons, channels, gullies, and other structures. We measured feature shape…

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Characterization of Underwater Ecosystems

Technological advances nowadays are useful to collect precise information regarding geomorphologic seabed characteristics that determine the distribution of marine biodiversity, facilitating…

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Esri Ocean GIS Forum 2016: Keynote Address

An exploration of how GIS displays can increasingly serve as portals between worlds, by way of virtual 3D coastal atlases and the coupling gaming engines with GIS for augmented reality in support of…

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Tracing the Source of Ocean Trash

Ocean trash is an emerging environmental crisis causing plastic gyres and polluted beaches, but there are only a limited number of models available for ocean trash tracing. This project created a…

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2021 ArcGIS StoryMaps Ocean Challenge Winners Announcement

The 2021 ArcGIS StoryMaps Challenge for Restoring Our Ocean–co-hosted by Esri and the National Geographic Society–encouraged high school students, college students, and individuals 18-24…

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