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    WINTER 2004/2005   COVER STORIES   T-SHIRTS WORLDWIDE
 
 
Winter 2004/2005 ArcNews cover, click to see enlargement

ArcNews Online shares selected articles from the print edition.
Now with exclusive online-only articles.

Previous Issues
Fall 2004
Summer 2004
Spring 2004
Winter 2003/2004
 
 

Newsweek Maps Out Hurricane Story With GIS and Esri BIS Data: Fast, Accurate GIS Mapping Visually Enhances News Story
 
 

CBS News Headlines GIS Mapping: 2004 Presidential Election Coverage
 
 

Shell Signs Groundbreaking Enterprise Agreement
 
 

ArcGIS 9: What's Next?
 
 

2004—Esri's Year in Review
 
 

National Geographic and NPS Increase Access to Park Data: Using ArcWeb Services
 
 

IBM Spatially Enables Enterprise With Esri ArcGIS Server [PDF-513 KB, 5 pages]
 
 

NCAR Publishes Climate Change Models in Esri GIS Format: Model Output Data Is Available to GIS Users
 
 

Panama's Minister of Education Puts GIS Into Historic Perspective
 
 

Brazil To Be Site of XII Latin American Esri User Conference

 
 

California, Mexico, Hungary—Esri T-Shirts for All Seasons!

T-shirt Photos from Previous Issues
 

    GIS PRODUCT NEWS   GIS IN ACTION (cont.)   MANAGING LAND INFOR-
  MATION WITH GIS
 
 
Announcing ArcGIS 9.0.1

ArcGIS Network Analyst Release To Be Part of 9.1

Announcing ArcIMS 9 Route Server: High-Performance Web-Based Routing for U.S. and Europe

ArcExplorer—Java Edition for Education Now Available

Esri Developer Network Introduced: Supporting Developers With a Subscription Program

ArcWeb Services Now Offer Premium Imagery Service: More Data Sources for Routing and Detailed Data for Australia and Italy

 
  GIS IN ACTION
 
Iraq's Explosive Remnants of War Cleanup Is Supported by GIS

Saving the Kissimmee River of Central Florida With GIS: Determining Recreational Suitability for Conditions That Do Not Yet Exist

Interactive Mapping by ArcIMS

|Online Only Article|
Dust Mapping in Arizona Uses GIS and Satellite Imagery

Dominion and Verizon Use Mobile GIS and GPS to Conduct Joint-Use Pole Survey




 
 
CMAP's GIS Service Bureau Strengthens New York's Nonprofits

|Online Only Article|
NASA Langley Research Center: GIS for Space Management

Japan's Increment P Uses GIS to Drive Its Digital Mapping: Expanding the Possibilities of Location Information

Food Producers Go to Market With GIS: New Illinois Web Site Provides One-Stop for Strategic Marketing Information

Esri Business Partners Offer Comprehensive Range of Solutions: Data, Software, and Services Provided in Response to Users' Needs

Exclusive ArcNews Online Articles

In Wisconsin, Using GIS Gets the Vote Out

 
  SPOTLIGHT ON YOUNG
  PEOPLE USING GIS
 
Rhode Island Girl Scouts Embark on a GIS Adventure: Bringing Together Geography, Environmental Concerns, the Outdoors, and Science

High School Students in Jefferson County, Kentucky, Help Resolve Workforce Issues With GIS

Arkansas Students Trek the Land to Make a Difference for Emergency Services: The Environmental and Spatial Technology Program

 
 
GIS and Land Information

More Accurate Elevation Data for Users of Geospatial Data: Help Is Already on the Way in Many States

Lithuania's National Cadastre System Implements GIS

 
  MONITORING AND MAPPING
  DISEASE USING GIS
 
In Uganda, HIV/AIDS Activities Are Monitored With GIS

Nebraska Tackles Flu Vaccine Shortage With GIS

Cartographies of Disease: A New Book Due From Esri Press: Exploring How Mapping Has Helped People Understand and Treat Illness

 
  GIS COMMUNITY NEWS
 
25th Annual Esri International User Conference Brings Together GIS Users: San Diego, California, to Host Silver Anniversary Gathering

AAG to Honor GIS Pioneer Roger Tomlinson

Esri's Logo Is Out of This World

EUC '04—A Grand Success

GIS Day 2004—Around the World in Many Days







 
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