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Previous Issues
Fall 2008
Summer 2008
Spring 2008
Winter 2007/2008

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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GIS—Geography in Action: The Work of GIS Professionals and Evolving GIS Technology
By Jack Dangermond

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The Geodatabase: Modeling and Managing Spatial Data

Transport 2.0: Meeting Grand Challenges with GIScience
By Harvey J. Miller

GIS Hero
GIS Emissaries Build Communities of Harmony

Faster Deliveries with GIS: DHL Express in Sweden Streamlines Goods Handling

EPA Renews ELA with Esri: Ensures GIS Expansion Within Federal Agency

Arizona, Dutch Caribbean, South Dakota, Germany—No Matter Where They Go, Esri T-Shirts Are Exciting!

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

The Who, What, Where, and How About Customers, Constituents, Donors: Tapestry Segmentation Answers These Four Marketing Questions

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ArcPad 8 Improves Field Efficiency: Check Data into ArcGIS Server While Out in the Field

New ArcGIS Situational Awareness Bundle Helps Planning and Response: Now Emergencies Can Be Better Understood

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Fleets Stay on the Optimum Routes with ArcLogistics Navigator

Esri Business Partner Offerings to the GIS Community

ArcGIS 9.3.1 Is the Next Release of ArcGIS

Esri Releases New Version of ArcGIS for AutoCAD: Provides GIS and CAD Interoperability

Inner-City Population Living in a "Food Desert": GIS Helps Provide Answers to Public Health Concerns in the City of London, Ontario

GIS Forms Core of Bahrain's Geographic Security System

Organizing Geographic Site Information in Six Languages: Netherlands Consulting/Engineering Company Debuts Environmental Information System Based on ArcGIS Server

Accurate, Accessible Data Critical for Zoning: Cobb County, Georgia, Leverages GIS

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The New Jersey Audubon Society Helps At-Risk Grassland Birds with GIS: Monitoring Complex Bird Activity During Airport Development

Culver's Turns to GIS for Successful Franchising: Determining Where to Open Restaurants

Geospatial Technology Drives Adjudication: Ghana Project Leverages GIS-Based Title Registration and Microfinance to Alleviate Poverty—Part 2

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Woods Hole Research Center Measures Carbon Footprints in U.S. Forests with GIS

Florida Aquifer Vulnerability Assessment Uses GIS: State Enhances Groundwater and Drinking Water Protection

Tampa Bay Water Deploys GIS to Model Potable Water Distribution

Mapping and Managing Potable Water Infrastructure Assets: Improved GPS/GIS Data Collection in Cocoa, Florida, Increases Efficiency by 40 Percent

Using GIS Across the Forest: Algonquin Forestry Authority in Central Ontario, Canada, Moves Toward Paperless Reporting and Analysis

Managing Trees at the San Francisco Botanical Garden with GIS: Strybing Arboretum—55-Acre Horticultural Refuge for Plants from Around the World

North Dakota Redesigns Forest Inventory, Assessment Programs Using GIS

Soil Burn Classification Maps Enhanced: U.S. Forest Service Assesses Postfire Threats with GIS

North Las Vegas Fire Department Makes Most of Mapping

Fire Department Streamlines Data Access: City of Buffalo, New York, Instantly Communicates Updates with GIS Mapping and GPS

Orange County Fire Authority Builds Advanced GIS Capability: Enterprise Platform Improves Planning, Analysis, and Emergency Response

GIS Users to Gather and Network at Esri's 29th International User Conference

2009 Esri Education User Conference

2009 Esri Survey & Engineering GIS Summit

The 2008 Esri LAUC and EMEA UC Attract Hundreds and Advance GIS: Autumn International User Conferences Bring 2008 to an Exciting Close

Crossing Borders: A column by Doug Richardson
Geography Education and GIS Professional Development

URISA Offers Something for Every GIS Professional in 2009

Roger Tomlinson's Thinking About GIS Now Available in Spanish: Classic GIS Planning Methodology for a Wider Audience

Exclusive ArcNews Online Articles

GIS Day 10th Anniversary

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

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New Training and Education Offerings from Esri

Listen to Esri Podcasts

GIS Greatest Hits

Free Esri Publications

Career Opportunities at Esri


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