Michael Dangermond
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Michael Dangermond has over 25 years experience in GIS in such diverse fields as cartography, agriculture, international boundary delineation, environmental protection, regional planning, park planning, land and wildlife conservation, and forestry. He has been working for ESRI since 2010.

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Lava Flow Direction Successfully Predicted By ArcGIS

The path taken by lava flows followed the line ArcGIS had traced downstream from the fissure.

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Which Way Will the Lava Flow?

Which way will the lava coming from Hawaii's fissures flow? Do these flows have the potential to cut access to the eastern part of the island?

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Intelligent Maps Checklist: Thematic Image Services

Have you ever made a checklist for yourself to ensure that your thematic image service is not missing anything? No? Good news, we've don...

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GeoDescriber: Expanding the Reach of Geographic Information

[caption id="attachment_69721" align="aligncenter" width="993"] Photo credit: James Shook. Text credit: GeoDescriber[/caption] Can your ...

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Agricultural capability of soils web maps now on ArcGIS Online

by Michael Dangermond, Senior Digital Cartographer, Esri Two new web map applications showing agricultural capability for the soils of ...

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Soil hydrology web map with hydrologic group and hydric classification

by Michael Dangermond, Senior Digital Cartographer, Esri The Soil Hydrology of the United States Web Map Application brings some of the ...

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BETA release: Esri/NRCS Soil web map service and application

By Michael Dangermond, Esri Cartographic Product Engineer If you are like many of us, the extent of your expertise about soil is limit...

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