Cooper Thomas

Cooper is a cartographer and product engineer on the Story Maps team; a displaced Oregonian; a forager of cultural sustenance; a fair-weather motorcyclist; and a onetime expert on Kyrgyz supermarkets.

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Curators at the Library of Congress Embrace Story Maps

Learn how the Library of Congress is using Esri Story Maps to share their collections with the world.

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Making the "New UNESCO World Heritage Sites" Story Map

A behind-the-scenes look at how we produced our story map on the newest UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Oral History Mapping with ArcGIS Online

How freelance cartographer Sam Raby created "Placing Oral Histories," a story map that traces refugees' exoduses out of Syria.

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The Making of the "Two Koreas" Story Map

How we made "The Two Koreas," a story map chronicling the divergent historical trajectories of North and South Korea.

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The Making of the "Bombing Missions of the Vietnam War" Story Map

Over the course of the Vietnam War, the United States and its allies dropped over 7.5 million tons of bombs on Southeast Asia. But until ...

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