Emily Meriam

Emily has worked professionally in GIS for 17 years. She has mapped elephants in Thailand, wildlife poachers in the Republic of Palau, land use related issues around Yosemite National Park, and active wildfire incidents for the State of California. Presently she is a Cartographer with the Environment Team for ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.

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Using Arcade to Extract Meaning from Satellite Fire Detections

Explore different ways of symbolizing wildfire detections using Arcade and the Esri Living Atlas VIIRS layer

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Water Conflicts in International Rivers

Raise awareness about regions experiencing droughts and the resulting water conflicts.

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Sunset Colormapping

Create a sunset themed solar energy palette using the beauty of nature, digital design tools, and ArcGIS Pro raster functions.

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Using 3D data to understand hurricane patterns

Data shows that hurricanes are increasingly intense and more frequent. Understand how to visualize large spatiotemporal datasets using 3D.

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New Wildfire and Weather Map for Public Information

Public information map and app for viewing and sharing wildfire data.

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The Science of Where: A GIS Derived Climatology of Severe Weather Warnings, Watches and Advisories

A GIS Derived Climatology of Severe Weather Warnings, Watches and Advisories

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Live Earthquake Mapping for Everyone

Watch and map earthquakes in real time using subscription free layers available from ArcGIS Living Atlas.

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How big is 289 square miles? Use Living Atlas geography to compare geographies.

ArcGIS Living Atlas is brimming with layers that you can use to enhance the spatial message of your map.

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Mapping Loss: The Faces of Landscape Change in Las Vegas

Customize your own clip extent with an image service from Living Atlas and then run analysis to make a unique and compelling map (Part I).

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