Scientific analysis is essential to successful conservation planning. By layering data, such as development and canopy density, on a species map, you can readily see habitat fragmentation and where migration corridors would make the most impact. Esri provides a platform for assessing watershed changes over-time. Build a geospatial analysis to predict how water availability will change future habitat.
Jerry Schubel, president and CEO of The Aquarium of The Pacific
Bring scientific modeling and GIS together to create a more comprehensive understanding of impacts on biodiversity.
Communicate your findings to a wide audience by publishing easy-to-understand maps on the web.
Conduct rigorous scientific research faster. Esri’s new application ArcGIS Pro enhances the ArcGIS platform by including scientific tools for qualitative and quantitative geospatial analysis. It quickly generates 2D and 3D mapping graphics for landscape analysis. Run models, apply statistics, and create scenarios about biodiversity.
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Bring science to life by sharing your projects with conservation organizations, land use planners, and the public. The ArcGIS Open Data solution on ArcGIS Online helps you set up a public facing website that makes your information available to people who need it.
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A platform for science, ArcGIS Online is your portal to authoritative data services that enrich your research. Take advantage of a rich repository basemaps and thousands of datasets to build your own meaningful maps.
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