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Previous Issues
Summer 2007
Spring 2007
Winter 2006/2007
Fall 2006

GIS Heroes have made a difference in the world by applying a GIS solution to a community problem.

GIS—The Geographic Approach: A Framework for Understanding, Managing, and Improving Our World, by Jack Dangermond

Living Inside Networks of Knowledge

ArcGIS Business Analyst Server

Malta Partners Initiate a Nationwide GIS Program

Enterprise GIS Is Here: ArcGIS Server Delivers Geographic Infrastructure

People-Nature: The Natural Network

National Land Parcel Data: A Vision for the Future

GIS Helps Response to California Fires: Esri Provides Staff, Technology, and Resources


Indonesia, the Netherlands, Brazil—Esri T-Shirts Around the Globe

T-shirt Photos from Previous Issues
some previous t-shirt photos; click to see latest issue photos

T-shirts Galore: Archive of all Previous T-shirt pages

"Crossing Borders" Series Articles by AAG Executive Director Doug Richardson

"Managing GIS" Series Articles by leading members of URISA

ArcPad 7.1 Now Available

New ArcGIS for AutoCAD 2008: Additional Functionality Available Now with Free Download

Latest Release of ArcGIS Explorer: Extends Capabilities and Enhances the User Experience

Rerouting Application Helps Minneapolis Cope with Bridge Disaster: GIS Mapping Technology Delivers Record-Time Assistance to Commuters

Collins Bartholomew Revolutionizes Atlas Production: GIS Allows Creation of New and Innovative Data Offerings, Meeting Publishing Deadlines Easier

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How GIS Is Changing Loma Linda University Medical Center's View of the World

Virtual Ink for GIS Facilitates Mobile Data Collection: Field Engineers at Freese and Nichols Update the Geodatabase Digitally with Pen Strokes

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Collier County, Florida, Builds Public Utilities Geodatabases: GIS in Florida Leverages Disaster Response, Asset Management, and Business Processes

GIS Helped Multiple Agencies Respond to Southern California Fires: Esri Provided Staff, Technology, and Resources; Applications Improved Collaboration, Integration, and Situational Awareness

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For San Diego, California, Preparation Plays Paramount Role During Recent Wildfires: With People, Procedures, and Strategies in Place, Agencies Effectively Respond to Firestorm Crisis Using GIS

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Firefighters Benefit from Geoenabled Situational Awareness: Enterprise GIS Provides Key Advantage to Southern California Firestorm Response Through Data Integration, Visualization, and Data Management

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GIS Helped Multiple Agencies Respond to Southern California Fires: Esri Provided Staff, Technology, and Resources; Applications Improved Collaboration, Integration, and Situational Awareness
Fulfilling the Promise of a Complete Enterprise GIS: ArcGIS Server Delivers Geographic Intelligence Across the Enterprise

Basin Electric Power Cooperative Deploys Enterprise GIS to Improve Processes and Deliver Business Value

Los Angeles, California, Department of City Planning Mapping System

Simplifying Operations for City of Marietta, Georgia: Centralizing Data and Saving Employees Time Using ArcGIS Server

ArcGIS Server Technology Delivers Property Information

ArcGIS Server poster [PDF]

Dye Study on the Mississippi River: The City of Rock Island Models a Combined Sewer Overflow/Outfall Mixing Zone with GIS

Regulating Illegal Piggery Waste Runoff: GPS/GIS in American Samoa, South Pacific

Mapping Ozone Conditions Across Europe in Real Time

Addressing Ambient Air Pollution in Jakarta, Indonesia: GIS and GPS Help Isolate Problem Areas

Earth Observation and GIS Industries Take Action Against Climate Change: Planet Action Looks for Partners to Help Support Projects and Raise Awareness

  Ongoing Planet Action Projects

Buffalo, New York, Urban Tree Management Evolves from Surprise Storm: Web-Based GIS Helps "City of Trees" Recover

New Conservation GeoPortal Taps into a World of Maps and Data

An Extraordinary Experience Expected for the 2008 Esri User Conference: More Than 14,000 GIS Users Will Gather to Share Solutions and See Innovation

International Conferences Illustrate an International Commitment to GIS: User Events Around the World Bring Together All Levels of GIS Professionals

URISA Announces 2008 Conference Schedule

Crossing Borders
Sachs and Chomsky to Address AAG Boston Meeting

World Development Report Recommends GIS to Aid Agriculture and Economic Development: GIS Recognized as a Tool to Better Manage Diminishing Resources

Managing GIS
Listening and Learning: Secrets to GIS Success

GIS Hero
WHO Manager Steeve Ebener Unites Global Support of Human Health with GIS

Attend the 2008 Esri Developer Summit: Strengthen Your Skills to Deploy Better Solutions

Esri Business Partners' Offerings to the GIS Community: Data, Software, and Services Solutions

AEGIS Project Weds Geotechnology and Traditional Liberal Arts

New Training and Education Offerings from Esri

Career Opportunities at Esri

Listen to Esri Podcasts

Free Esri Publications

GIS Greatest Hits: Free Booklets Present Collected Resources


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