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Summer 2008
Spring 2008
Winter 2007/2008
Fall 2007

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

Technology and Trends Series Articles focus on cutting-edge concepts from the top academicians in their fields.

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ArcGIS Server 9.3 Radically Simplifies Users' Experience: New Web 2.0 APIs Make GIS Access and Integration Capability Available to Everyone

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ArcLogistics 9.3 is the "GIS" in Logistics: Esri's New Fleet Management Solution Helps Fleets Get Lean and Go Green

Implementing Geographic Information Technologies Ethically
By Harlan J. Onsrud

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Renowned Botanist Peter H. Raven Offers Plan for the Planet: 2008 Esri International User Conference Keynote Speaker

GIS Bolsters Recent Hurricane Response

Spatial@UCSB: A New Kind of Campus GIS Center?
By Michael F. Goodchild

GIS Enhances China Relief Efforts

China Earthquake Geospatial Research Portal Launched by Harvard University: Web Site Promotes Sharing Data About the Magnitude 7.9 Quake

Essays on Geography and GIS: New Best Practices e-Book

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Esri Provides GIS for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, DTRA: Technical and Engineering Consulting Services


Ireland, Scotland, Afghanistan, and Nicaragua—Esri T-Shirts Are Fun the World Over

T-shirt Photos from Previous Issues

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

  MANAGEMENT (cont'd)
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ArcGIS Core Technology Leveraged in Desktop and Server for Business Solution Products

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ArcGIS Online Services—The Foundation of Web GIS

Using GIS to Remedy Coal Mining's Aftermath: Pennsylvanian Coalition Designs Mapping Application to Target Areas Most in Need of Reclamation

GIS Fosters Government, Public Communication in Europe: Local Governments Use GIS to Promote Interagency Cooperation and Coordination

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Philadelphia Thanks GIS for the Memories

Boston Showcases Solar Power Potential with Web GIS

Houston Applies Spatial Data and GIS to Support Local Organizations: Departments Without GIS Skills, Knowledge, and Expertise Can Still Benefit from GIS to Make Better Decisions

Credit Union Streamlines Siting: GIS Helps Analyze Current and Potential Service Centers

17-State Grasshopper and Cricket Suppression Program Managed with GIS: USDA Uses GIS Web Technology for Plant Protection Program

Water Resource Community Streamlines Environmental Decision Making: Kentucky Improves Watershed Modeling Across the State with GIS

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GIS Used for Geological Fault Finding Mission

Using ArcGIS Server to Disseminate Geospatial Services: State and Local Governments

Constructing a Community Water System in Laos: GIS an Essential Tool to Successfully Complete the Life-Providing Project

Mapping Hunger with GIS: Analyzing Distribution of Malnourished Children in Panama, Ecuador, and the Dominican Republic

Ghana Project Leverages GIS-Based Title Registration and Microfinance to Alleviate Poverty

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Ethanol Buzz Fuels GIS Planning by Colonial Pipeline Company

U.S. DOT Provides Secure Access to the Nation's Pipeline Data with GIS

Smooth Dataflow Assures Smooth Oil Flow

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DuPage Water Commission Implements Pipeline Data Model: A Solution for Small-Scale Water Distribution Networks

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Enterprise GIS for Disaster Management: Tallahassee-Leon County GIS Rolls Out First Phase of Incident Management System

In Kentucky, Louisville Metro Uses GIS for Snow Emergencies

GIS Hero
David Blankinship at the Forefront of Fire Service Applications: GIS Analyst Develops Cutting-Edge Enterprise Platform, Helps Battle Recent California Wildfires

Small Agency Does Wonders with a Small Budget: Nebraska Emergency Management Agency Expands Mobile GIS Capabilities

The 2008 Esri UC Ushers in ArcGIS 9.3 and Connects Attendees

GeoWeb 2008 Conference—Universal Access to Geospatial Information

Crossing Borders: A column by Doug Richardson
GIScience for Human Rights

New Esri Press Book Provides System Design Strategies for Your GIS

URISA's 2009 Conference Schedule

Esri Business Partner Offerings to the GIS Community

Revisiting the Balkan Lynx in Southeastern Europe

Exclusive ArcNews Online Articles

Managing GIS
City of Plantation's GIS

New Training and Education Offerings from Esri

Listen to Esri Podcasts

Free Esri Publications

Career Opportunities at Esri


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