ArcNews Online

Summer 2005 ArcNews cover, click to see enlargement

ArcNews Online shares selected articles from the print edition.
Now with exclusive online-only articles.

Previous Issues
Spring 2005
Winter 2004/2005
Fall 2004
Summer 2004

Managing Spatial Data in ArcGIS 9.2
  Open Geodatabases

Top 10 Benefits of Migrating to ArcGIS 9

New Version of ArcWeb Services Allows Users to Customize Services: Version 2005: Additional Services, Enhanced Response Time

USGS's The National Map Helps Calculate the Value of Natural Systems

GIS Applications for Gorilla Behavior and Habitat Analyses

Great Britain's Ordnance Survey Signs Agreement with Esri (UK): Enterprise Site License

Sprint and Esri Partner to Offer Wireless Location and Messaging Services to Geospatial Developers

Domestic Violence Hotline Calls for Support: GIS Serves Call Center


Thailand, Cambodia, and China—Esri T-Shirts Go East!

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

ArcGIS 9.1 Business Analyst Released with 2005/2010 on Demographic Data: A Major Release

Business Analyst Online—Now with 2005/2010 Data and More Capabilities

2005 Sourcebook Products Released by Esri

Community Coder 9.1 Launches with New Features

2005/2010 Demographic Data Trends

Esri Data Products: Ready-to-Use Datasets [PDF-6.0 MB, 1 page]

Real-Time GIS Supported with Tracking Server—Now Available

ArcPad 7 Adds Many New Features to Enhance Mobile GIS Applications: New Symbology and Editing Tools

In Vielsalm, Belgium, Abandoned Underground Quarries Managed with GIS

Spanish Airport Authority Selects Esri Software for Corporate GIS

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Regional Bird Conservation Internet Mapping Tool Takes Flight with GIS

JTC Corporation Fine-Tunes Retrieval and Query of Spatial Information: Singapore Agency Chooses GIS for Enterprise Mapping

Exclusive ArcNews Online Articles

Edgecombe County, North Carolina, Maps and Inventories Water/ Wastewater Infrastructure with GIS and GPS: Field Mapping Time Cut in Half

Each Spring, Migratory Wading Birds and GIS Converge on the Northwest Coast of Australia

In Puerto Rico, University Infrastructure, Sustainable Natural Resources Are Managed with GIS

Esri Business Partners Respond to Users' Needs: A Range of Data, Software, and Services Solutions

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Conservation GIS in Slovenia

Commonwealth of Kentucky's Enterprise Implementation: GIS as a Utility

DS Waters Increases Efficiency and Profits with GIS and LBS: Field Technicians Equipped with Ruggedized GPS-Enabled Cell Phones

Lifestyle-Oriented Location-Based Services Deliver Maps to Fine-Tune Outdoor and Exercise Experiences: Via GIS, Mobile Phones and GPS Receivers Show Fitness and Location Data

Montpelier, Vermont, Uses GIS Modeling to Plan for Future Development

Municipal GIS Brings New Capabilities to Ukraine

Indian River County, Florida, Manages Vacant Land with GIS: In 2004, an Unexpected Use for County Inventory Helps FEMA

In Trabzon Province, Turkey, Potential Landslide Areas Are Detected with GIS

Genesee County, New York, Emergency Management Services Uses GIS: Emergency Response Planning and Integrating ALOHA Plume Models

Arkansas Firefighters Respond Faster with GIS

The Congressional Cartography Program Responds to United States Senate and House of Representatives with GIS: Established by the U.S. Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division

National Geographic Maps Division Helps Organizations Create Their Cartography

National Geographic Poster [PDF-2.07 MB, 1 page]

National Geographic Atlas of the World, Eighth Edition, Updated with GIS: Moving from Coverages to Geodatabases for Physical and Political Maps

First ArcGIS West Africa Local User Conference Held in Accra, Ghana

Esri Polska to Host the 20th European Conference for Esri Users: Warsaw—October 26–28, 2005

2005 Esri Health GIS Conference: Advancing Health and Human Services with Spatial Information

Esri Homeland Security Summit: September 12–14, 2005

Crossing Borders
Integrative Trends in Geographic Research and Societal Applications: A column by Doug Richardson, Executive Director, AAG

GIS Day "Super" Heroes: Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Thirteen New Titles from Esri Press


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