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elevation

March 18, 2016

Great Britain Gains a Foot in Height

The latest calculations from Great Britain’s mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, reveal that Ben Nevis is taller than originally thought. Britain’s highest point will now officially appear on all new OS digital and paper maps as 1,345m and not 1,344m. The official increase, which is not the result of a geological movement, was discovered following the restoration of

October 1, 2014

Esri Leverages Federal Open Data Policies

Redlands, Calif., Sept. 23,, 2014—President Obama today announced the public availability of 30 meter SRTM data. Immediately following the President’s speech, Esri announced that it will enhance its existing World Elevation Map to include this more detailed 30 meter SRTM data, making the data available to its customers and others around the world. By taking