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Erosion-Productivity Impact Calculator (EPIC) – Prioritizing cropland conservation program implementations through “Model Simulation of Soil Loss, Nutrient Loss, and Change in Soil Organic Carbon Associated with Crop Production”. Agriculture Capability – Classifying the varying potential for agricultural production using the Canadian Land Inventory. Ranch Pasture Management – Collecting soils types, fence lines, roads and other data for better management for more meaningful reports and maps. Agricultural Pollution – Quantifying the impacts on climate and the environment from agricultural pollution. Agriculture Revenue – Determining the Effective Opportunity Cost relating to deforestation and potential agricultural revenue with IDRISI Ge OSIRIS for REDD. Irrigation – Capturing irrigation infrastructure for land management decisions more than two-thirds of the world’s freshwater withdrawals are for irrigating crops. Farm Preservation – Establishing farm priority zones by analyzing the local farming landscape and constructing criteria for high-quality farming areas. Versatile Soil Moisture Budget – Simulating soil moisture conditions of cropland areas taking into account evapotranspiration, rainfall, runoff and other factors. Drought – Minimizing the impact of drought by analyzing the spatial distribution of rainfall and real-time sensors like SMAP, SMOS and synthetic aperture radar. Crop Scape – Estimating acreage of crop types and spatial distribution using satellite imagery with National Agricultural Statistics Services. Crop Forecasting – Predicting crop yields using NDVI, weather, soil moisture, soil types and other parameters. Organic Farming – Managing various sources of data for organic farming permits including tillage history, field inputs, crop rotations, and pest management measures on a field-by-field basis. Agricultural Non-Point Source (AGNPS) Model – Predicting the effects of agriculture on water quality using Agricultural Non-Point Source pollution model in Map Window 31. Lost Cities – Revealing lost cities in the ground and their forgotten past using ground penetrating radar and infrared sensors. Archaeological Survey – Tackling a huge problem archaeologists face every day – collecting physical locations of their excavation findings from a wealth of sites. Middle Eastern Geodatabase for Antiquities – Recording, monitoring, and protecting archaeological sites to avoid impacting, factor cost for site mitigation – developed by the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) and the World Monuments Fund (WMF). Geographic Text Analysis – Incorporating a semi-automated exploration of large written texts combining Natural Language Processing techniques, Corpus Linguistics and GIS. QGIS Archaeology Tools – Computerizing the archaeological community with their record keeping with the py Arch Init QGIS plugin. Mediterranean Landscape Dynamics – Modeling surface process change and landscape evolution to better understand the long-term interactions of humans and landscapes in the Mediterranean using GRASS GIS. Preliminary Site Investigation – Searching ancient maps for buildings, cemeteries, roads and fences as these sites present important clues to archaeological sites. Stone Tools – Characterizing geographic features suitable for making stone tools and clay pottery such as lithic materials, water resources, stream hydrology with geologic controls like bedrock outcrops and drainage basin floodplains. Viewshed – Scoping out a site by determining what is within eyesight considering all prehistoric conditions associated to that viewshed. Archaeological Site Prediction – Connecting favorable slope, aspect, geology, hydrology and distance to water using the Multiple Criteria Evaluation (MCE) to predict archaeological sites. Cultural Heritage Inventory – Customizing and deploying the collection of cultural heritage field observations with open source geospatial software Arches.

Drainage Ditches – Tracing farm field drainage lines using stereo imagery in Micro Images TNTMips. Length of Growing Period – Meeting the full evapotranspiration demands of crops when average temperatures are greater or equal to 5°C and precipitation plus moisture store in the soil exceed half the potential evapotranspiration. Asteroids – Gazing the sky and tracking asteroids with NASA’s bolide events map. Mapping Mars with MOLA – Start mapping a whole entire new planet using NASA’s MOLA. Mars Terrain – Going for a spin on the rugged terrain of Mars using data captured by the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter (MOLA) instrument on the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS). Mars Rover Landing – Examining how to landing the Mars Rover safely with operations criteria including latitude for solar power, soil softness, slopes using laser altimetry, dustiness, rockiness and a landing footprint. Water Flow on Mars – Hillshading the Mars Digital Elevation Model to augment legibility and understand where rivers may have flowed and oceans flourished. Satellite Orbits – Gazing the sky for satellites and even programming satellites for image acquisition. Magnetic Fields – Investigating magnetic field lines in 3D with international geomagnetic field maps. Astrogeology – Delivering planetary mapping to the international science community in public domain – from planetary topology to lunar geology. UFO Sightings – Speculating UFO sightings with proportional symbols with over 90,000 reports dating back to 1905. Light Pollution – Recognizing the artificial light introduced by humans in the night sky and how it interferes with the observation of stars. Mars in Google Earth – Searching for Martian landmarks with Google Earth’s “Live from Mars” layer. International Space Station – Tracking the real-time location of the International Space Station (ISS) in Arc GIS Online Data. Venus – Mapping the altimetry, shaded relief and geology of Venus. Magnetic Declination – Positioning with the magnetic declination, a varying angle from a true geographic north using NOAA National Geophysical Data Center 2015 data and the Magnetic Declination QGIS Plugin. Gravity Anomaly – Understanding our Earth’s gravity by mapping the unusual concentrations of mass in a different regions on Earth. NASA Visible Earth – Cataloging images and animations of our home planet in the electromagnetic spectrum from various sensors. (Arches Heritage Inventory & Management System) 62.

3D Archaeology – Rendering accurate and efficient 3D recordings of archaeological heritage sites, in particular archaeological excavations with aerial imagery and 3D environments. Shovel Test Pits – Logging transects, shovel test pits and other recordings when they visit potential locations to conduct field investigations. Predicting Dinosaur Tracks – Getting the inside track on understanding exactly where dinosaurs once roamed the Earth with vegetation coverage, slope, aspect and proximity to landslides. Line of Sight – Planning high-rise buildings so they don’t obstruct the view of the mountains in Portland using line of sight. Exposure to Noise – Orchestrating urban mobility plans with special consideration for the impact environmental noise using Orbis GIS. Development Planning – Making citizens happy through smart development planning and understanding the bigger picture. Crowd Simulation – Mastering the collective dynamics of interacting objects in urban phenomena at the scale of individual households, people, and units of real estate and at time-scales approaching “real time”. Solar Exposure – Harvesting light to assess the suitability of installing solar (photovoltaic) panels on roofs using 3D city models and geometric information such as the tilt, orientation and area of the roof. City Engine – Assessing feasibility and plan implementation using Esri’s City Engine improving urban planning, architecture, and overall design. Pedestrian Behavior – Discerning the movements of pedestrians and urban behavior throughout through a plaza in Copenhagen. Shadow Analysis – Diagnosing how much shadow will be casted in the pre-construction phase onto its surrounding using Bentley Map. Parking Availability – Orchestrating a parking available by collecting the percent of spaces occupied versus search time. Integration of GIS and BIM – Operating a facility with BIM (building information modeling) because of its ability to analyze information and integrate data from different systems. Tangible Landscape – Experimenting with the potential impact of different building configurations with an easy-to-use 3D sketching tool. Geodesign – Conceptualizing building plans with focus on stakeholder participation and collaboration to closely follow natural systems. Propagation of Noise in Urban Environments – Modelling 3D data to answer how urban citizens are harmed by noise pollution, and how to mitigate it with noise barriers. Space Utilization – Augmenting NASA’s Langley Research Center by applying optimization algorithms to space utilization. Ordnance Survey Geovation – Pioneering location innovation in the United Kingdom through Geovation – the collaboration, exchange of ideas and inspiring innovation. Quantarctica – Familiarizing yourself with Antarctic with the free, open-source source collection of geographical datasets. Exclusive Economic Zones – Carving out boundaries in the Arctic – Canada, Norway, Russia, Denmark (via Greenland) and the United States are limited to their economic adjacent to their coasts while all waters beyond is considered international water. Shipping Route Shortcuts – Transporting goods through the Arctic passage because of melting ice in the North Pole. Sea Ice Motion – Maintaining an inventory of sea ice extents snapshots from NOAA’s National Snow and Ice Data Center. Aspect – Using aspect and incoming solar radiation data to understand how glaciers accumulate on the poleward side. Subglacial Lakes – Mapping lakes under glaciers – isolated from the outside world for up to 35 million years, and may be final refuges for life, the like of which exists nowhere else on Earth. Antarctic Digital Magnetic Anomaly Project (ADMAP) – Uncovering the tectonic evolution using near-surface magnetic anomaly data. Wildlife Tracking – Logging the species richness of marine mammals like whales, seals, walruses and narwhals and seabirds or waterfowl in the Arctic. Sea Ice Index – Bringing together data on Antarctica’s ice sheet surface, thickness and boundary using passive remote sensing. Fish – Showing the probability of occurrence and observations for fish species – from Atlantic cod to Walleye Pollock.

(Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources) 90.

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Intelligence Data Integration – Overlaying accurate geographic data for battlefield application and make life saving decisions 218.Emergency Shelter – Allocating emergency shelter at time of disaster 268.Consequences Assessment Tool Set (CATS) – Analyzing damage to the environment, the exposed population, and provides real-time resource allocation information to mitigate the consequences. Vulnerability to Natural Hazards – Deselecting hazard-prone land for more resilient communities through smart land planning. Search and Rescue – Rescuing missing persons drones using small, highly maneuverable unmanned aerial vehicles (drones). Volcanic Ash – Rendering volcanic ash clouds in 3D for their dispersion of spillages underwater. Earthquake Epicenter/Hypocenter – Establishing the epicenter, hypocenters, faults and lineaments, radius and frequency of earthquakes. Volcano Activity – Monitoring thermal emission from the volcano’s summit in Iceland using Landsat’s Thermal Infrared. Disaster Warning – Alerting citizens before a large-scale earthquake happens with a new generation of inter-operable early warning systems for multiple hazards.Arctic Research Projects – Displaying research projects, showing available data and exploring possible collaborations. Arctic Ocean Floor – Sculpting the Arctic Ocean with the sonic depth finder and discovering dynamic with trenches, ridges and abyssal plains. Arctic’s Geology – Interpreting the geology of the Arctic using enhanced magnetic data, Landsat imagery and topographic data. COMNAP Facilities – Mapping out the COMNAP facilities in Antarctica that currently supports a range of scientific research. Polar Bear – Keeping counts of the most vulnerable populations of polar bear (due to climate change) by comparing two satellite images over time. Search and Rescue – Lunging into search and rescue operations using the Safety and Operability Index which calculates risk based on factors such as sea ice, visibility, temperature, distance from SAR resources. Environmental Risk – Assessing the environmental vulnerability of marine resources with respect to oil spill as external stressor. Polar Ice Melt – Monitoring the polar ice melt using satellites like GOCE and GRACE that measures how much mass is on Earth. Stream Order – Defining stream size based on a hierarchy of tributaries the Strahler Index (or Horton-Strahler Index) – an important indicator of fisheries and aquatic habitat. Fish Habitat Models – Connecting fish species with their habitat using habitat suitability indexes. Whale Tracking – Stalking pigmy killer, sperm, beaked and false killer whales in the Pacific Ocean with online mapping applications. Global Shark Tracker – Monitoring sharks recovery rates with acoustic tags allowing detection in multiple dimensions. Fish Eradication – Eradicating Northern pike which negatively affect local trout fishery and the economy by tracking their movements with GPS. Spawning Sites – Drawing spawning site boundaries for migratory fish that are known to release eggs. Hydro-Acoustics – Listening to echoes with hydro-acoustics for the Crean Lake Hydro-Acoustics project – capturing lake depth, fish class, fish stock numbers, habitat preference related to temperature. Mercury in Stream – Grasping the origin of mercury – which are contaminants to fish tissue – by studying the landscape such as soils and humus. Fish Habitat Conservation Areas – Fine-tuning fish habitat conservation areas by knowing the big picture of fish distribution. Overfishing – Maintaining sustainable fish population levels with satellite monitoring of sea surface temperature and ocean colors (because they are indicative of specific fish species). Stress Monitoring – Correlating fish stresses from the local environment such as heat stress from the removal of trees along a stream. SCIMAP – Identifying locations of diffuse pollution risk for polluted water and aquatic habitat using SCIMAP. Live Air Traffic – Turning your computer into air traffic control center using Flight Radar 24. Airplane Identification – Pointing your phone to the sky and identifying airplanes above you using Flight Radar 24. World’s Busiest Airports – Surfing the world’s top 25 busiest airports with the Esri Global Crossroads Story Map. Voronoi Diagram – Discovering that Mataveri Airport in Easter Island is the most remote airport in the world with the Voronoi airport proximity map. Obstruction Evaluation – Securing safe take-offs and landings with the Federal Aviation Agency’s (FAA) vertical obstruction database 115.

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