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July 14, 2016

Unprecedented Understanding of Canada’s Oceans from New Interactive Map

HALIFAX - A new interactive map launched today brings together for the first time the fullest picture of how people and wildlife use Canada's oceans. This powerful Oceans Map, created by WWF-Canada, is the only resource that pulls together relevant marine data — species, shipping, fisheries, habitat, sea ice and more — into one tool that

January 27, 2016

Design an Interactive Map

The biggest difference between a printed map and a digital map is that the digital map provides interactivity for users. For example, with GIS software, users can click on a feature and identify its attributes to gain more details. The interactive design of the digital map helps every viewer to understand the map in an

December 1, 2015

Story Map Navigates Cause and Effects of Climate Change

Redlands, California— December 1, 2015 — Esri, the world leader in geographic information system technology, released an interactive map illustrating the earth's natural and human systems and how they have changed—and will change—over time. With the Atlas for a Changing Planet Story Map, scientists, policy makers, planners, and activists can examine detailed spatial information that is