Esri's Internet mapping technologies add geographic data and analysis to a multitude of applications that serve organizations and communities in a variety of ways. To submit your Web site and to view other Web sites powered by Esri technology, visit www.esri.com/serversites. Note: With the release of ArcGIS 9.2, ArcIMS functionality is now available with ArcGIS Server.
Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition
The North Carolina Alternative Fuel Stations Map helps people in North Carolina locate stations offering alternative fuels, such as hydrogen, biodiesel, and ethanol. Visitors to the site can request information based on fuel type, proximity to an interstate highway, ZIP Code, and more.
Kentucky Geological Survey
The Kentucky Groundwater-Quality Map Service is a customized application that displays groundwater quality data from the Kentucky Groundwater Data Repository. To display the groundwater quality data, a user selects one analyte from a list of 38 commonly used water quality analytes and refreshes the map; the map displays the data as point locations. The analytes are categorized as water properties, volatile organic compounds, nutrients, pesticides, or inorganic solutes.
Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative
The Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative (SEFCRI) application serves data about offshore and onshore areas that affect coral reefs off the coast of southeast Florida with the intention of improving conservation and management of the reefs. The data is organized into nine layers, including bathymetry, benthic habitats, water quality, marine data, and boating. Users can explore the wide breadth of data within the layers to better understand the areas of study and environmental parameters that may impact these locations.