Dan Pisut

Dan leads development of ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World environmental content, which includes information about Earth's land, ocean, atmosphere, and ecosystems. Prior to Esri, Dan worked at NOAA for two decades, leading data visualization efforts for research, communications, and education.

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Map in a Minute: Tornado Outbreaks Using Living Atlas

Quickly create a web map showing any tornado outbreak from 1950-2020 with data from NOAA in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.

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Give the REST a Rest

Using web GIS layers makes life way easier, but you're missing out if you still use the REST endpoint URL.

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USA Storm Reports Live Feed: Now Even Stormier!

Several upgrades to the USA Storm Reports from the National Weather Service provide more storm types, better symbology, and greater ease of use.

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Track U.S. Drought Conditions with Drought Aware

A new application from Esri leverages data from NOAA, USDA, and Census to visualize drought impacts in the U.S.

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Mapping Drought Trends in the U.S.

Are droughts becoming more frequent where you live? Let's find out.

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Land Cover Map Makeover in 3 Easy Steps

Take your classified land cover map from a 6 to a 10 with just a few easy steps using blend modes.

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Targeting Areas for Conservation: New Biomass and Vulnerability Layers in Living Atlas

Analysis of biomass and the vulnerability of the landscape to change may serve as an initial way to survey for conservation areas.

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Improving the Understanding of Wildfire Community Risk

New map layers from the U.S. Forest Service provide insight into 15 different components for assessing community risk to wildfires.

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Visualizing Patterns of Land Cover Change in Indonesia

Twenty seven years of land cover data are used to examine the scale of land conversion across Indonesia.

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