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Esri hopes its ArcGIS Imagery Book website and accompanying hand-on lessons inspire readers to put imagery to smarter, more-skillful use within GISs.

Esri hopes its ArcGIS Imagery Book website and accompanying hand-on lessons inspire readers to put imagery to smarter, more-skillful use within GISs.

The ArcGIS Imagery Book is a new multimedia compilation published by Esri to help readers understand how imagery and remote sensing power modern GIS technology.

The package consists of a traditional print book (optional purchase), an interactive pdf that can be downloaded to access a variety of hands-on lessons, and a Web site at learn.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-imagery-book that has more than 200 hyperlinks to maps, apps, videos and images.

According to the Web site, “Imagery is suddenly a big deal, and those who are adept at finding it, analyzing it, and understanding what it actually means are going to be in demand in the years ahead.”

 

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