The most recent ArcGIS.com Imagery basemap updates added five brand new Community Map contributions and seven updated or expanded community contributions. These contributions help enhance content in the Living Atlas of the World. See information below about becoming part of this community. Most of the imagery takes advantage of the recently expanded scales (down to Level 21 or ~1:282). Take this Story Map tour and see the dozen new and updated areas new to the World Imagery basemap.
New Community Contributors
- Charlevoix, QC, Canada (0.30m, 2012)
- City of Hartford, CT, USA (0.10m, 2014)
- City of Moncton, NB, Canada (0.075m, 2014)
- Norfolk County, ON, Canada (0.20m, 2010)
- Commonwealth of Virginia, USA (0.07m – 0.30m, 2013– 2015)
Updated/Expanded coverage of Community Contributors
- City of Erlangen, Germany (0.063m, 2013)
- City of Kelowna, BC, Canada (0.10m, 2015)
- City of Roseville, CA, USA (0.07m, 2015)
- State of Texas, USA (0.15m, 2015)
- County of Vermillion River, AB, Canada (0.40m, 2014)
Contributor Imagery Expanded to Larger Scales
- City of Olesnica, Poland (expanded to L20)
- Republic of Suriname (expanded to L20)
Living Atlas Community
How do I use? Combine content from the Living Atlas with your own data. Create powerful new maps and applications!
How do I contribute? Join the growing community of Living Atlas of the World contributors. There are two ways to contribute!
Learn more about the ready-to-use content that is available in the Living Atlas of the World, including how you can contribute your maps and data.
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