Gonzalo Espinoza

I’m an expert on the integration of global and large data sets into applied research, especially in the fields of water resources and environmental engineering. I’m part of the Living Atlas of the World team. I’m strongly committed to the improvement of workflows through automation of routines. I have a keen interest in Web GIS, data science, and education.

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Precipitation Layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World

Explore precipitation datasets in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World

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Update attribute field aliases from a lookup table in ArcGIS Pro

Have field names and corresponding aliases stored as a two-column lookup table or data dictionary? Apply those aliases with our script tool.

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Keeping Layers Updated by Appending Features using the ArcGIS API for Python

Learn how to append features from a local geodatabase into a feature service.

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Water Conflicts in International Rivers

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

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ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World Layers for Water Resources

Expedite the setup of a hydro project using Living Atlas layers.

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Live Feeds Powering Updates of ArcGIS Living Atlas Indicators of the Planet

Explore how Live Feeds drive updates for Living Atlas Indicators of the Planet and the online resources available to implement your own routines

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Using ArcGIS Living Atlas to locate areas to promote solar

We combined layers from ArcGIS Living Atlas to identify prime areas for solar incentive programs.

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Creating NetCDF files for Analysis and Visualization in ArcGIS

Use python to transform your data set into netCDF files. Use the ArcGIS platform to perform multidimensional analysis or create visualizations.

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Sharing Water Resources

Achieving water cooperation under water stress

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