Michael Dangermond

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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Making Critical Habitat Rasters With the Living Atlas of the World

A guide on how to create your own rasters from the Critical Habitat Layer in the 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 NASA's VIIRS layer available in Living Atlas.

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Is Georgia still the Peach State? Getting crop statistics for the USA using ArcGIS Living Atlas.

Use a polygon with the USA Cropland image layer from the ArcGIS Living Atlas and create a table of the acres of peaches grown in Georgia in 2019.

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Critical Knowledge for Siting Facilities: Two Flood Risk Layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas

Two Flood Risk Layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas Can Provide Critical Knowledge for Siting Facilities

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Changing Hydrology: Calculating Impervious Surface Change

Learn how to use raster functions in ArcGIS Pro and definition queries to calculate the difference between two dates in a time enabled layer.

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Changing Hydrology: Keeping Track of Impervious Surfaces

A new service in the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World provides a time-enabled view of changes in impervious surfaces in the United States.

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USGS Releases New Maps of Protected Areas in the United States

A series of maps provide simplified access to detailed analyses of the protected areas of the United States via Living Atlas.

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Time-Enabled Croplands Reveal the Rhythms of American Agriculture

For the first time, a time-enabled map of croplands in the United States is available in the Living Atlas

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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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