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    UC San Diego engineering professor solves deep earthquake mystery

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    These mysterious earthquakes originate between 400 and 700 kilometers below the surface of the Earth and have been recorded with magnitudes up to 8.3 on the Richter scale. Xanthippi Markenscoff, a distinguished professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering, is the person who solved this mystery. Her paper "Volume collapse instabilities in deep earthquakes: a shear source nucleated and driven by pressure" appears in the J

    Deepfake tech takes on satellite maps

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    While the concept of “deepfakes,” or AI-generated synthetic imagery, has been decried primarily in connection with involuntary depictions of people, the technology is dangerous (and interesting) in other ways as well. For instance, researchers have shown that it can be used to manipulate satellite imagery to produce real-looking — but totally fake — overhead maps of cities. The study, led by Bo Zhao from the University of Washington, is not intended to alarm anyone but rather to show the ri

    Algorithm to capture drizzle-turbulence interactions could improve predictions of future climate conditions

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    From space, large decks of closely spaced stratocumulus clouds appear like bright cotton balls hovering over the ocean. They cover vast areas—literally thousands of miles of the subtropical oceans—and linger for weeks to months. Because these marine clouds reflect more solar radiation than the surface of the ocean, cooling the Earth's surface, the lifetime of stratocumulus clouds is an important component of the Earth's radiation balance. It is necessary, then, to accurately represent cloud

    Sea-level rise in 20th century was fastest in 2,000 years along much of East Coast

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    The rate of sea-level rise in the 20th century along much of the U.S. Atlantic coast was the fastest in 2,000 years, and southern New Jersey had the fastest rates, according to a Rutgers-led study. The global rise in sea-level from melting ice and warming oceans from 1900 to 2000 led to a rate that's more than twice the average for the years 0 to 1800—the most significant change, according to the study in the journal Nature Communications. The study for the first time looked at the phe

    Drill down on map

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    Hi, i'm looking for sample of script with Arcpy. For example, i have three hierarchy levels are country, state and district. These fields are geographic fields and I am able to plot them on three separate maps. The requirement is to create a top-down analysis such that when the user clicks on the country, the top-down analysis should take the user to the states and display all the states. Then when the user clicks on a state, the drilldown should bring the user to see the districts and show

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    • Unmanned Aerial Remote Sensing: UAS for Environmental Applications is an excellent resource for any practitioner utilising remote sensing and other geospatial technologies for environmental applications, such as conservation, research, and planning. Students and academics in information science, environment and natural resources, geosciences, and geography will likewise find this comprehensive book a useful and informative resource.                                  https://mega.nz/file/TJxUASrY#uWgJOmJ05WUmkTBOQUsCDZFO6x1Gwc81Nkk29QDSyi8  
    • really nice storymaps my friend, btw, what is your current licence for your arcgis storymaps? https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-storymaps/reference/licensing.htm  
    • Dear GIS users/colleagues, I have been learning how to use GIS and more specifically ArcGIS for more than a year (online course). I was able to build in my free time a portfolio of maps on topics which interest me or are related to my area of expertise. I displayed most of them in a StoryMap online, which I intend to use as my online portfolio to showcase my work to potential future employers. The only issue is that, my ArcGIS licence is expiring soon (end December/early Jan). I contacted ESRI and they confirm that I am definitely going to loose all my content, StoryMaps included. Here is the StoryMap link, it's public anyway ;) https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/51b554201f464aea842d201c0020d88d After a bit of research, I was able to find a way to copy a StoryMap from one account to another, with a Python script. I tested it from my main ArcGIS account to another trial account created for this (lasts only 21 days) -> I invite to see how simple and safe it is. https://youtu.be/8J6Be1l31nE My request is simple. I am looking for a gentle soul, with a licence, who would be kind enough to host my creation, so that it just remains there on the cloud, with a permanent link which is not going to get deleted, and for everyone to see if/when they desire. Thank you in advance for your help :) Julien
    • hei pjduplooy, no , I just want to know how the user experience and if any, difficulties or even advantages using this software, just personal opinion on this product  
    • Hi Lurker.  I have tried the version you shared, but I prefer the Docker version to be honest.  What help are you looking for?  Or what do you want to know?
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