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.
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation operates this map server as a tool for agency staff and the pubic. Public features include spatial information that assists in locating areas of interest, license dealers, and public access boundaries. The site also shows the locations of wildlife, including birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
The Graduate Center, The City University of New York (CUNY)
The New York City Open Accessible Space Information System Cooperative (OASIS) is a partnership of government agencies, private companies, academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations that has created an online, interactive mapping and data analysis application to enhance stewardship of open spaces for the benefit of the city's residents. On this site, visitors can map features such as transportation, property/land use, and natural areas.
USDA Forest Service
The USDA Forest Service's Alien Forest Pest Explorer Web site is a portal for exploring spatial data related to nonindigenous forest pests. Data is included for the three major forest pests in the eastern United States: the gypsy moth, beech bark disease, and hemlock woolly adelgid. Visitors can create customized maps with information about historical and future range expansion, forest susceptibility, and historical damage.