01 May '18, 12am

One-stop shop for digital global maps launched

One-stop shop for digital global maps launched

The Surging Seas analysis done by Climate Central shows, for areas within the United States, the risks of sea level rise and coastal flooding in one’s own neighborhood or other area of interest. The Mapping Ocean Wealth online platform combines global maps, regional studies, and other data to show the economic values of tourism, coastal protection, reef fisheries, and even soil organic carbon from mangroves, to communities across the globe. ESRI’s ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World, which brings together a wide variety of maps and map data from around the world. They include basemaps, boundaries, imagery, and a broad range of economic, infrastructure and environmental data.

Full article: https://news.mongabay.com/wildtech/2018/04/one-stop-shop-...

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