While the earth’s weather patterns are shifting, people are looking for sustainable solutions founded on science. Data, tools, and knowledge come together in the Esri framework to help you clearly understand the geography of climate and predict change. Use the powerful Esri platform to share data, collaborate, and communicate with scientists across the disciplines. You can work with decision makers and policymakers to plan a course of action.
Michael B. Jones, President of Maritime Alliance
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On April 27, 2011 several waves of tornado and wind damage producing-storms swept through the State of Alabama. In remembrance of this tragic day in Alabama, the National Weather Service created this story map to share details about the weather patterns and how this event changed their community forever.
Learn how the National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center (NEMAC) uses ArcGIS to visualize future land use and climate and its impacts on a community.
Central Electric Cooperative provides residential and commercial electrical service to approximately 24,000 members via more than 4,000 miles of electrical line. The service area covers approximately 2,000 square miles of Oklahoma and includes parts of Garfield, Lincoln, Logan, Noble, Oklahoma, Pawnee, and Payne Counties. Located in the heart of Tornado Alley, it’s not uncommon for a powerful tornado to move through Central’s service territory.
GIS brings climate change data to life. Esri tools, data, and services help communities understand climate crises and take action. City planners are using simulation and modeling to locate weak infrastructure and fortify their communities.
Leverage NOAA's Living Atlas Contribution In this webinar, Randy Warren from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) described their mission to provide actionable content and how contributing to the Living Atlas helps meet their needs.
A researcher correlates weather and location with buying behaviors to find sales opportunities.
Stay in touch with others who are interested in mapping and spatial analysis of weather. Join the conversation at GeoNet.
June 27 – July 1, 2016
San Diego, California
Esri is proud to team with leading organizations to bring you the right solution.
Designed to protect people and property, AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions’ products deliver weather warnings, short- and long-range forecasts, and applied weather information.
CLIMsystems exists to help the world understand and mitigate the effects of climate change moving into the future.
A complete data management solution provider, KISTERS technology extends the capabilities of ArcGIS for water management.
Schneider Electric is a world leader in the development and implementation of ArcGIS software for utilities.
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