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Previous Issues
Summer 2006
Spring 2006
Winter 2005/2006
Fall 2005

ArcGIS 9.2 Now Available: A New Vision for Authoring, Serving, and Using Geographic Knowledge

Senator Kerrey Sees New Opportunities for GIS: Keynote Speaker Cites Decision-Making Capabilities
  So Many Miracles: Why Have We Made It So Far and Done So Well?

The Fourth R? Rethinking GIS Education

Organization of American States Signs Strategic Alliance with Esri: OAS Expanding Use of GIS in Latin America and Education
  Esri Chile Established to Expand GIS Growth in Region

PG&E Selects Esri for Enterprise GIS Site License

Newmont Mining Corporation Selects Esri for Global GIS Enterprise License

SAP and Esri Collaborate on Enterprise Services

Esri User Conference Promotes Communication: The ArcGIS 9.2 Release Is the Focus of the Conference Opening Session
  4-H and GIS—A Combination to Spark Imaginations
  Esri Education User Conference and Survey and GIS Summit
  User Conference 2007 Set for June

Revisiting Remote Sensing

Panama, Peru, Cambodia—Bright Spots for Esri T-Shirts!

T-shirt Photos from Previous Issues


What's New in ArcIMS 9.2?

Introducing ArcGIS Mobile—Build and Deploy Mobile Applications Powered by ArcGIS Server

ArcWeb Services JavaScript API Now Available

Business Partners Creating Solutions with ArcGIS 9.2

Enhanced Support for Standards: Commitment to Open, Interoperable GIS Platform at ArcGIS 9.2

Major Data Updates for the Business Analyst Desktop and Online Products

Esri's Business Analyst Suite of Products

Esri's 2006/2011 U.S. Demographic Data Tracks Population Changes

BusinessMAP Financial Combines Demographics, Community Tapestry Segmentation, Industry-Specific Data, and Reports

PLTS for ArcGIS—Mapping Agency Solution Extended for Broad Use in Europe: National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies to Benefit

Organizations Around the World Use ArcIMS

Mapping Landslide Hazards in Austria: GIS Aids Regional Planning in Non-Alpine Regions

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Mapping Papilloma Virus Disease Data Contributes to Cancer Risk Assessments

Exclusive ArcNews Online Articles

A Cost-Effective Approach to GPS/GIS Integration for Archaeological Surveying: Investigation Focus at Mexico's Aztec-Period Calixtlahuaca Site De-emphasizes Temples and Tombs
  Esri's Archaeology and GIS News

GIS Automates Synchronization of State and County Data: Successful Centerline Pilot in Maryland with ArcGIS Server

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GIS Takes Olympic Gold at Torino 2006

Health and Human Services Tracks Stockpile Shipments on the Web: Inventory Management, GIS Support Nebraska Preparedness

Managing Increased Demand for Services with GIS: City of Bend, Oregon

Meeting Population Growth Complexity and Uncertainty: Beijing, China, Plans 2020 Growth with GIS

Lighting the Way to Safer Roads: Hillsborough County, Florida, Roadway Lighting Plan

Smart Growth in San Diego, California: "America's Finest City" Locates Potential Growth Areas with GIS

Integrating GIS for Infrastructure Management: Town of Gilbert, Arizona, Adds About 1,000 New Residents Every Month

Improving Efficiency Through Geodatabase Migration: Prince William County, Virginia, Streamlines Parcel Editing Workflow

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Taking Water Meter Work Order Management to Next Level: Grand Prairie, Texas, Accesses Water Meter Information with GIS

GIS Methods in Urban Analysis

Empowering Forest Landowners with GIS: Managing 300,000 Acres of Prime Hardwood Timberlands at FORECON, Inc.

Modeling Potential Burn Hazards: GIS and Plume Modeling at the Florida Division of Forestry

Virginia Department of Forestry Develops Web-Based Management: Delivering Geodatabase Feature-Editing with ArcGIS Server

SAP and Esri Collaborate on Enterprise Services

Enterprise Resource Implementation Through Esri GIS and SAP ERP: City of Phoenix Street Transportation Department Invests Significantly in GIS Technology
  Aspects of Esri-SAP Integration at the City of Phoenix Street Transportation Department

GIS Hero
Hopeworks Founder Father Jeff Putthoff Encourages Youth Development with Technology Training: Hope Thrives in Camden, New Jersey, Through Nonprofit Organization

Crossing Borders
The GIS&T Body of Knowledge: A Valuable New Resource

New Zealand Students Use GIS Day Project to Develop School Travel Plan

Esri South Asia Hosts 13th Annual Regional Conference

Second Annual Esri Asia-Pacific User Conference: Esri India to Host

Esri's Education Industry Team: Team Expands with Two New Members

GIS-Based Sustainable Cities Workshop for Middle East Users

World Spatial Metadata Standards: From the International Cartographic Association

Students Learn Importance of "Understanding Place": Upcoming Esri Press Book Shows GIS in College Classrooms

Geospatial Matters—Motivating and Inspiring Discussion

URISA Unveils New Web Site


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