Alexa Vlahakis
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Alexa Vlahakis works as an administrative assistant for Esri, supporting marketing strategies for conservation and education industries. She holds a bachelor's of arts degree in communication studies with minors in human relations and mass communication from the University of Iowa. In her free time she likes to explore the outdoors, indulge in new experiences, meet people from all backgrounds, and wind-down each day with her fur babies.

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Advice from a Geospatial Analyst and Humanitarian Advocate

YoLani Martin shares her journey in using GIS for humanitarian initiatives and career as a geospatial analyst.

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Uganda Wildlife Biologist & Future Change Maker Uses GIS in Conservation Efforts

Drileyo Gilbert provides advice to young professionals about his GIS journey into wildlife conservation.

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Meet the Dangermond Fellows Using GIS for Conservation

Esri and the National Audubon Society have partnered to form the Dangermond Fellowship, supporting young professionals in conservation.

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Esri Student Poster Competition Prepares Budding Geospatial Professionals at Los Angeles Geospatial Summit

Each year USC hosts the Los Angeles Geospatial Summit. Three student teams won at the Esri Student Poster Competition at this year's event.

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What Happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic

Woodwell Climate Research Center scientists and cartographers discuss how they use ArcGIS Hub to share their research about the Arctic.

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Leveraging Conservation Technologies to Protect the Places We Love

New from Breece Robertson and Esri Press, Protecting the Places We Love: Conservation Strategies for Entrusted Lands and Parks.

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USC Student Wins Discovery Scholar Award Using R-ArcGIS Bridge to Study Land Fallowing in Europe

USC undergraduate student uses R-ArcGIS Bridge with ArcGIS Pro to identify fallow fields using remotely sensed data and soil quality data.

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Student Wins LA Geospatial Student Poster Competition on Spatiotemporal Analysis of Snow Crab

This graduate student at USC was selected as one of the winners for the 2021 Los Angeles Geospatial Summit Student Poster Competition.

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Our Wonderful World: Earth Day 2021

Earth Day reflections from Esri Conservation team on the importance of saving our natural world and restoring our connection to nature.

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