Daniel Siegel
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Daniel is curator of Earth Observations content for the Living Atlas of the World. He first joined Esri in 2012 after studying water resource engineering at the University of Texas. An avid backpacker and rock climber, he is passionate about environmental conservation and wilderness protection.

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Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands added to Hydrology Analysis Services

A new, 10-meter resolution DEM enables watershed delineation and downstream trace in overseas U.S. territories and the Hawaiian islands.

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Global Evapotranspiration Data Added to Living Atlas

Just because you can’t see evapotranspiration doesn’t mean you can’t map it. In fact, the Living Atlas of the World has long contai...

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Explore Climate Trends with the Water Balance App

Most discussion of climate change has focused on temperature or sea level rise, but changes in freshwater availability will be an even la...

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Dartmouth Flood Observatory now in the Live Stream Gauge Map

In countries like the United States and Germany, federal agencies keep careful watch on the nation’s rivers, and disseminate their obse...

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ArcGIS Online Live Feeds Update

The Esri Live Feeds team has just released a new layer and added it to the ArcGIS Online Living Atlas, and also made some improvements to...

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Using Raster Processing Templates to Improve Your Pop-up Windows

Processing templates are a powerful tool for expanding the capabilities of image services. By chaining together a series of raster functi...

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Live Stream Gauges in the Living Atlas

The static blue lines you see on a map don’t tell us much about what those rivers really look like on the ground. Flash floods kill mor...

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