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GIS for Science

Now in its second volume, GIS for Science: Applying Mapping and Spatial Analytics, is a book about how geospatial science is a force multiplier for great science. This highly visual book, in the mode of National Geographic meets Scientific American, is coupled with an interactive website of free data, web maps, videos, computer code snippets, Python notebooks, story maps, and more.

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Scientific currents

Stay informed on the latest science issues and initiatives on the radar of the Esri chief scientist and science team in this new column, available in each issue of ArcNews.

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NOAA scientists' keynote at Ozri 2020

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