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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…

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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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Using a UAV to Monitor Salt Marsh Restoration

Salt marshes provide a number of critical ecosystem functions but only thrive in a narrow elevation range. As part of an effort to raise 61 acres of flooded salt marsh habitat, we used an Unmanned…

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The State of Marine Protected Areas

Dr. Mimi D’Iorio of NOAA’s National Marine Protected Areas Center on exploring, via a story map, the current status of US marine protected areas data in the USA MPA inventory, while also…

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Analyzing Historical Algal Blooms Using Spatial Machine Learning

Technical plenary demo by Marjean Pobuda of Esri’s Spatial Statistics team on advances in spatial machine learning to help ocean scientists and resource managers build predictive models of…

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Image Services for Seafloor Mapping

A special technical plenary demo featuring Dr. Wetherbee Dorshow of Earth Analytic presenting remotely from the Mediterranean on SmartOcean, a new ArcGIS solution for bathymetric survey data…

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3D Interpolation of In Situ Ocean Observations

This session by Esri Product Engineers covers demonstrations including Localized Ecological Marine Units, solving Harmful Algal Bloom issues with Spatial Statistics and the R-Bridge, Empirical…

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Applying ArcGIS Online Tools to Coastal Management Applications

Having immediate access to concise spatial and temporal data is a critical component to managing coastal environments. ESRI ArcGIS Online tools provide a platform for data sharing that increases…

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Local Ecological Marine Units

This session by Esri Product Engineers covers demonstrations including Localized Ecological Marine Units, solving Harmful Algal Bloom issues with Spatial Statistics and the R-Bridge, Empirical…

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Identifying Archaeological Shipwrecks on the Goodwin Sands through Bathymetry Analysis

The Goodwin Sands has long been a major navigation hazard. This study, completed in September 2016, furthered previous efforts to map the many shipwrecks in the area by utilizing recent bathymetric…

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Geospatial Decision Support for the Flower Garden Banks

The NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science provided geospatial decision support for the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary boundary expansion process. This work included…

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Spatial Storytelling and the Human Experience

We combine drone imagery with spatial storytelling to explain impacts on and adaptations to a changing environment on Belize Barrier Reef islands. Our key research question is: how are island…

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Maps in Canada: Where Are We At?

Environmental organizations with conservation initiatives and campaigns for marine protection have a unique barrier: how does one visit and engage with a marine park? How can we strategically…

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Monte Carlo-Style Geographically-Weighted Regression: A Peek at Technique

In many ways, geographically weighted regression (GWR), which is a multivariate regression technique performed at the kernel scale, is an ideal method to evaluate relationships among spatially…

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Utilizing GIS to Determine Black Rockfish Habitat in Southeast Alaska

The Alaska Department of Fish & Game (ADF&G) currently manages black rockfish (Sebastes melanops) in the absence of fishery independent data. GIS was used to create a habitat suitability…

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