ArcGIS Living Atlas

Environment Layers Retiring June 2022

On June 1st, layers are retired from Esri’s content catalog.

Retired layers have gone through the Process for Deprecating Maps and Layers, and are removed from Living Atlas and ultimately from the ArcGIS Online layer catalog. Below is a list of layers retired this year and links to the replacements. Please update your maps and apps accordingly.

Live Feeds Content

Retired Layer Replacement Layer
Active Hurricanes Active Hurricanes, Cyclones and Typhoons
Recent Hurricanes Recent Hurricanes, Cyclones and Typhoons
MODIS Thermal Activity Satellite (MODIS) Thermal Hotspots and Fire Activity
National Weather Service Ice Accumulation Forecast for the USA National Weather Service Ice Accumulation Forecast
National Weather Service Precipitation Forecast for the USA National Weather Service Precipitation Forecast
National Weather Service Snowfall Forecast for the USA National Weather Service Snowfall Forecast
National Weather Service Wind Forecast for the USA National Weather Service Wind Forecast
National Weather Service Wind Gust Forecast for the USA National Weather Service Wind Gust Forecast
National Weather Service Wind Speed Forecast for the USA National Weather Service Wind Speed Forecast
Current Weather Station Conditions Current Weather and Wind Station Data
National Weather Service Short-Term Weather Warnings for the USA USA Short-Term Weather Warnings
USA Storm Reports USA Storm Reports
National Weather Service  Watchings and Warnings for the USA USA Weather Watches and Warnings
Recent Earthquakes Recent Earthquakes
USA Wildfire Activity USA Current Wildfires
National Weather Service Smoke Forecast for the USA National Weather Service Smoke Forecast

Environment Content

Retired Layer Replacement Layer
USA Wilderness USA Wilderness

 

Note for ArcGIS Enterprise Users

If you use ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 to ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8.1, you may see these layers in searches throughout your Enterprise portal. Please note that once retired, the underlying data will be inaccessible, and the layer will be broken. Therefore, please make the appropriate replacements. For more information on the lifecycle of Living Atlas content in ArcGIS Enterprise, please see the Living Atlas content life cycles and updates help topic.

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