The first Earth Day took place on April 22, 1970.
The new “Water On-the-Go” mobile app gives the public easy access to current conditions in streams across Texas. This product was developed by the U.S. Geological Survey to help raise water awareness during both floods and normal conditions.
IRVINE, Calif. and BLOOMINGTON, Minn., April 1, 2017 — Mayors across the country will be asking residents to help ensure the sustainability of the nation’s water resources by taking part in the sixth year of a national contest aimed at reducing water waste and pollution.
DENVER, Colorado, 3 April 2017 – TCarta Marine, a global provider of marine geospatial products, will unveil two new offshore data offerings at the 2017 Esri Petroleum GIS Conference in Houston – the Gulf of Mexico Marine Basemap Plus service and 2-meter Satellite Derived Bathymetry dataset.
The U.S. Geological Survey releases a new tile cached map service for hydrography
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA 23 February 2017 – Luminent LLC announces the release of the Regulatory Accelerator, an innovative new geospatial software application that uses intelligent automation to acquire data from a company’s existing databases in order to automate required regulatory compliance while using that same data to provide the company’s leadership with predictive and […]
The Science Museum of Virginia introduces Climate Connections, a free, five-part lecture series launching in March 2017. Connecting the community with expert resources and resiliency-themed content, Climate Connections investigates our societal understanding of climate science.
Getech, providers of natural resources exploration data and information expertise, has released an informative and in-depth report aimed at providing insight into the geology of Myanmar and the surrounding regions.
GeoMarvel and GEO Jobe, Announce MapLapse in Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace — Discover imagery in ArcGIS Online with MapLapse! Create time lapse map images, share, download and save them. Powered by ArcGIS Online
Airbus Defence and Space, the world’s second largest space company, has sent the MetOp-C payload module, the ‘brain’ for Europe’s next polar-orbiting weather satellite, on its first journey. The module, which weighs around 2.1 tonnes, contains ten measuring instruments together with their control systems. These comprise systems for issuing commands and monitoring instruments, formatting data, encrypting […]