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    SPRING 2006   COVER STORIES   T-SHIRTS WORLDWIDE
 
 
Spring 2006 ArcNews cover, click to see enlargement

Now with exclusive online-only articles.

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Bulgaria's Irina Ilieva, age 10, received the Barbara Petchenik Children's Map Award for her original drawing (above) from the International Conference on Cartography and GIS, which was held in January 2006 in Borovets, Bulgaria
 
 

People's Republic of China Outfits Geological Field Army with ArcGIS
 
 

VVAF and Esri Support Humanitarian Efforts with GIS: Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation
  IMSMA GIS and Analysis Tools Support Demining Efforts
 
 

BLM's GeoCommunicator Web Site Accesses and Distributes Spatial Data: Integrated Cadastral System for U.S. Public Land System
 
 

Geospatial One-Stop Portal Receives Excellence.Gov Award
 
 

Highlights of What's to Come in ArcGIS 9.2—Esri's Next Enhanced Release
 
 

Westchester County Awarded Grant to Boost Local Government GIS Programs: Federal Geographic Data Committee Cooperative Agreement Program
 
 

Electric Utilities Turn to Esri for GIS Solutions
 
 

Imagery for the Nation Proposal Gains Momentum

 
 

Belgium, Canada, and Haiti—GIS Instructors Have the Power!

T-shirt Photos from Previous Issues
some previous t-shirt photos; click to see latest issue photos

 

    GIS PRODUCT NEWS   GIS IN ACTION (cont'd)   WILDLIFE PRESERVATION
  WITH GIS
 
 
Public Beta of ArcGIS Explorer: Free Downloads

ArcWeb Services Explorer Is Now Available

 
  GIS IN ACTION
 
Preserving the World's Dying Languages with GIS

Pinpointing the Languages of the World with GIS: Service Organization Catalogs and Maps Linguistic Data

Domestic Consequence Management Supported with GIS: In the Event of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, or High-Yield Explosive Incident

Disaster Preparedness Exercise Uses GIS: Hosted by Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services

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New Orleans, Louisiana, Leverages Spatial Data to Aid in Damage Assessment Efforts After Hurricane Katrina

For Newstead, New York, GIS Improves Construction Project Management: Installing More Than 28 Miles of Waterline Along Populous Roads

The Province of Québec, Canada, Manages Stream Crossings and Forest Roads with GIS

Delivering Geographically Enhanced Security Services with GIS: Global Mapping of Security Concerns

In Maryland, Abandoned Coal Mine Stabilization Is Made Economical with GIS: Acid Mine Discharge Adversely Impacts Community Development

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In New York State, the Olana Historic Site Viewshed Analysis Uses GIS: Preserving the Real-Life Landscapes of Frederick Church



 
 
Governments Make Information Accessible with ArcIMS: Local, State, and Federal

Exclusive ArcNews Online Articles

Esri Business Partners Provide Data, Software, and Services Solutions: Responding to Users' Needs

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GISCorps Mission Volunteer Aids Afghanistan Information Management Service in Kabul


 
  GIS FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL
  DATABASE AND MODEL
  MANAGEMENT
 
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Administers Archaeological Sites with GIS

Modeling Archaeological Sensitivity in Vermont with GIS

Protecting Archaeological Resources During an Oil Spill in Washington State: Using GIS to Ensure Effective Communication and Protection

Prehistoric Sites on the Island of St. Kitts Studied Using GIS: Studying the Past to Understand Today's Environment

 
  FOCUS ON GIS IN
  COUNTY GOVERNMENT
 
NACo Helps Counties Model and Forecast with GIS

Gwinnett County, Georgia, Uses GIS for Traffic Analysis

Somerset County, New Jersey, Developing a County Enterprise GIS

Cattaraugus County, New York, Uses GIS to Make Accessible Its Real Property Information








 
 
A Conservation Message from Jack Dangermond

Turning the Tide for Troubled Albatross

World Wildlife Fund Launches WildFinder Portal: Making Available 500,000 Records About 26,000 Species

Idaho Power Company Tracks Mule Deer Populations with GIS: Hell's Canyon Complex Relicensing Project

 
  GIS COMMUNITY NEWS
 
Crossing Borders
Geography Returns to Harvard: A column by Doug Richardson, Executive Director, AAG

GIS Hero
Mission to Help the Environment Results in Helping Endangered Children: Model Empowers Public Participation

User Conference 2006 Set for August in San Diego

Invitation to International National Parks Track: August 7–11, 2006, San Diego, California

21st European Conference for Esri Users: Athens, Greece

Sixth Annual Esri Education User Conference

Survey and GIS Summit 2006

Esri Worldwide Business Partner Conference Highlights

Esri Developer Summit—A Great Success!

Collaboration Is Focus of Esri Federal User Conference

GIS Day 2006—A Global Celebration of GIS

ArcSchool Reader

Upcoming Esri Press Title Covers GIS from A to Z

 

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