What you do today will matter tomorrow. Esri helps you create strategies for resilient marine environments and coastlines. Design communities that weather severe storms, sea level rise, population growth, ocean chemistry change, and other effects of a drastically changing planet. Coastline susceptible to flooding, erosion, and saltwater inundation become obvious on a map. With Esri software, you can analyze changes, collaborate with marine and coast agencies, and equip seaside cities for change.
Identify at-risk habitat, estuaries, and beaches. Use ocean data viewers and climate change models to help communities prioritize mitigation activities.
Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) GIS applications bring stakeholders together. Use them for ocean planning, scenario sharing, and policy building.
Create what-if scenarios to build design plans that follow natural systems. Locate sites for alternative energy and green infrastructure.
With ArcGIS you can store, manage, and map information about coastal zones and facilities. Improve your ability to assess how the ocean, storms, and pollution are affecting communities and ecosystems. Easily share information with commercial, government, and environmental agencies.
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Everyone in your organization can share the latest maps, data, and ideas on ArcGIS Online. Create project groups, customize work tools, and build your own web apps to connect people through GIS.
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Lower costs and increase data integrity. Esri Production Mapping tools automate quality control tasks, provide industry-focused templates, and standardize production. Manage and maintain large amounts of geospatial content. Generate cartographic products that meet your schedule for managing coastal zone activities.
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