Bern Szukalski | October 18, 2021
How to make a volcanic activity map in a minute (maybe less) using ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.
John Nelson | October 18, 2021
Biplanes, glacial melting, hammers, migrating storks, German counts, 20th century geniuses, fresh perspectives, and the magic of maps.
John Nelson | October 8, 2021
Give a designer a stock art globe, they design for a day; give a designer a fully posable globe, they design for a lifetime.
Shane Matthews | October 4, 2021
Esri's Community Maps Program has published over 65 new and updated communities throughout Europe and North America.
Rajinder Nagi | October 3, 2021
In September 2021, world elevation layers are updated with high resolution elevation/bathymetry of New Zealand, Austria, Switzerland, and USA.
John Nelson | September 30, 2021
Five one-minute videos totaling over six minutes. Map hacks flout basic math!
Michael Dangermond | September 30, 2021
The layer USA NLCD Land Cover has been completely revised by MRLC and updated in the Living Atlas of the World.
John Nelson | September 28, 2021
Here's how to add a wrinkle to even the smoothest of landscapes!
Dan Pisut | September 27, 2021
Several upgrades to the USA Storm Reports from the National Weather Service provide more storm types, better symbology, and greater ease of use.
Andy Skinner | September 24, 2021
You are building a map to use with an established brand identity. How do you get to a basemap that is a perfect fit?
Deane Kensok | September 22, 2021
ArcGIS Online organization administrators should update their basemap gallery to use the Esri vector basemaps if they have not already.
Bern Szukalski | September 19, 2021
The latest news, updates, and new content from ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.
Lucy Guerra | September 15, 2021
This is the first release of detailed information about the U.S. population from Census 2020.
Caitlin Scopel | September 14, 2021
When a new map or layer is created to replace an outdated one, what are the best practices for properly retiring the map or layer?
Shane Matthews | September 14, 2021
Your input makes a difference! Join the community by providing feedback, creating large scale features, or sharing data layers and services.
Robert Waterman | September 13, 2021
The animate mode is an integral component of the complete Wayback visualization experience.
John Nelson | September 3, 2021
Musings on the scale of earth and the solar system, in the context of a large globe.
John Nelson | September 2, 2021
A handy ArcGIS Pro project package with the Living Atlas elevation layers all set up to fake a global sunrise/set at all scales.
Multiple Authors | September 1, 2021
Improvement to the smoke forecast layer's design make it easier to visualize.
John Nelson | August 31, 2021
Brew some visual uncertainty into overconfident vector line features.
Diana Lavery | August 30, 2021
Mapping data values with some uncertainty to them? Unclassed symbology honors this better than classed symbology.
Dan Pisut | August 30, 2021
A new application from Esri leverages data from NOAA, USDA, and Census to visualize drought impacts in the U.S.
Bern Szukalski | August 28, 2021
How to make a hurricane map in a minute (maybe less) using ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.
Multiple Authors | August 27, 2021
Visualizing, measuring, monitoring, and analyzing urbanization, population growth, economic activity, access to electricity, and more.
Multiple Authors | August 25, 2021
From advocacy groups and citizens to official state redistricting commissions, all have access to this newly-released data through Living Atlas.