Charlie Frye
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I am Chief Cartographer at Esri, and manage the Cartographic Projects Group on the Content Team. I have been with Esri in Software Products since 1994. I am currently the author of Esri's Ecological Land Unit services, global ecological content, and the World Population Estimate Services. Contact me at cfrye@esri.com with questions or feedback.

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WorldPop 100m Gridded Population Layers Now Available in the Living Atlas

In December 2021 we announced WorldPop's 1-km gridded population data was available in the Living Atlas, now the 100-m data is also available.

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A First Glimpse into the Future of Population Data: Part 3

Here, we show using the Zonal Statistics as Table tool to derive annual estimates of population for challenging polygon datasets.

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A First Glimpse into the Future of Population Data: Part 2

Covers common tasks for working with WorldPop.org's 1-km gridded population layers with ArcGIS Pro.

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A First Glimpse into the Future of Population Data: Part 1

WorldPop.org's 1-km gridded population data is available in the Living Atlas of the World.

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COVID-19 Trends

For the first time, we are in a global pandemic and analyzing it as it happens. We use five trends to describe how we are doing.

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Fact-Check Climate Change Where You Live with ArcGIS Pro

The Explore Future Climate Projections lesson includes data for 858 climate variables. This post includes steps to use any of them.

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Are We Getting Warmer? – See for yourself

We are pleased to announce and welcome you to try a new Learn.ArcGIS.com lesson called Explore Future Climate Projections.

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2016 World Population Estimate Services are now Available

We are pleased to announce the availability of an update to the World Population Estimate layers. World Population Estimate 2016 World ...

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World Land Cover 2010 from ESA now available in the Living Atlas

Several weeks ago, we added the World Land Cover 2010 ESA layer to the Living Atlas. This layer’s data is from the 2010 epoch of the Eu...

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