Keith VanGraafeiland

Keith is a Product Engineer at Esri. He serves as the Ocean Curator for the Living Atlas of the World team. Keith works to create foundational layers that can help marine researchers, scientists, and others gain a better understanding of our oceans.

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Sea Change

Visualizing the scope and magnitude of annual improvements to the GEBCO map of global bathymetry.

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Ecological Coastal Units (ECUs) Available

Our global shorelines are intricate and complex. Gain understanding of how diverse the shorelines are using Ecological Coastal Units.

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Vessel Traffic Processing in ArcGIS Pro

Create your own vessel traffic products in ArcGIS Pro

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Cool examples from the U.S. Vessel Traffic application from Living Atlas

The U.S. Vessel Traffic app weaves all sorts of accidental lessons in economic geography.

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How many days will it flood?

NOAA scientists provide outlooks for high tide flooding

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Introducing the U.S. Vessel Traffic application from Living Atlas

The U.S. Vessel Traffic app, available in Living Atlas, lets you visualize, explore, and download vessel data in and around U.S. waters.

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GIS Powers a Sustainable Development Goal to Prevent Marine Pollution

A new methodology, developed by Esri and partners, is helping to improve our coastal waters

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A GIS Day thing for you to consider joining

Hello map friend! Say, if you are looking around for a GIS Day thing to jump in on, you are most definitely invited!

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Ocean Plastics – “You can’t manage what you can’t measure”

Since the 1950s, it is estimated that 8.3 billion tons of plastics have been produced. Today only 9% of that plastic is recycled....

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