An interactive StoryMap that helps visualize how rainfall patterns will affect the rivers, the salmon, and our human communities over the next 50 years.
How can the rainforset of coastal Oregon ever be water limited? This Story Map, created for the the Oregon Water Resources Dep't and Mid-Coast Water Partners, sets the stage for designing and implementing a regional water management plan that meets everyone's needs and balances their water budget.
We are helping Brightstorm, a joint venture between TNC and OPTI, to create a one-of-a-kind water sustainability GIS tool to meet corporate ESG objectives.
Hopefully this Pro Bono work will lead to a bigger changes in Costa Rica's power supply infrastructure, and help save some of our tropics' incredible animals while giving the public the opportunity to engage in wildlife conservation issues.
Firefighting foam has been rinsed from the hangars directly into groundwater and residents' wells for decades in West Plains, and people here test at 56x the national average for these toxins.
We pushed the Data Dashboards to the limit with the complexity of this project...but despite that, it was described by Department of Ecology managers as "an elegant, significant tool with a beautiful interface." We could not imagine a higher praise for our work.
Romance fills the (dissolved) air as a group of telemetry tagged fish swim upstream searching for this season's soulmate, and we've built the dashboard to track and visualize their data.
WINNER: ESRI's 2023 StoryMap of the Year! See the StoryMap describing the research efforts of Fernando Trujillo and the Omacha Foundation, alongside the National Geographic Society, and their conservation work studying Amazon river dolphins.
The Subterranean Team at BCI needed to present to their own board about how to leverage technology for communication and data management...How about a Story Map?
Explore the world of Whale Sharks in the Gulf of California, and see how the Vermillion Sea Institute is creating a hub of science and sustainability on Mexico's Baja Peninsula.
Grainy photos and sepia toned faces bring us back to bygone days as we paint the picture of the last 50 years of this place through Story Map technology. 3D aquifer maps, data viz, timeline tools, and audio embedding apps bring the storytelling format into the 21st century.
Orcas in the Salish sea are rare becoming rarer, so when they are observed, the data is invaluable. This web app helps biologists visualize and analyze where these elusive creatures are and how large vessels are affecting them.
Hand-crafted cartography, just like in the days of old. Okay, we didn't break out the quill pens and the blubber ink, but it did feel nice to focus on the simple (nay, vastly complicated) elements of aesthetic design. No popups, no fancy pants interaction, just hex codes and the near limitless capabilities of ArcGIS Pro.
Water has shaped the land and the people of Seattle, and this is the story of how SPU will manage drainage and wastewater systems for the benefit of all communities into the future.
A StoryMap and reporting platform that shows the problems of nutrient pollution from a wider perspective, as well as the solutions that Montana communities are employing.
A StoryMap telling the history of tracking's relationship to science, and Tracker Certification - CyberTracker North America's role in tracking's renaissance.