Resources featured during the Useful Online Mapping Resources for Watershed Visualization workshop at the 2017 New England Lakes and Watershed Conference.
The ability to collect geographically referenced information using your smartphone or tablet is an increasingly popular way to quickly and efficiently collect data. This blog posting will focus on the steps necessary to get a web map up and running for use within the Collector app.
This blog contains information on training materials and other resources available for getting started using GPS technology, Google Earth and ArcGIS Online.
Historically, access to the Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Data (HIFLD) has been restricted to applicants meeting a variety of criteria, such as working for a federal government agency, or state emergency management agency. With the release of their new ArcGIS Online Open Data website, the HIFLD has made data previously contained within the Homeland Security Infrastructure Program (HSIP) databases available, and open, to the public.
With the July 2015 release of ArcGIS Online, users can now add metadata to their organization's items. This allows users to view the complete metadata record for any item within an organizations account.
Copies of two of our most popular map services are now hosted by ArcGIS Online! Here's how to get started working with them.