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Tuesday, September 20 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Advancing LTER scientific communication through Story Maps

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During this workshop we will demonstrate how ArcGIS Story Maps can be used to communicate LTER science and provide hands-on training on their use. ArcGIS story maps provide a way to easily develop web apps that integrate diverse sources of data and web content into an easily relatable story. Content can include narrative text, interactive maps, videos and sounds. They can include features like interactive legends, three dimensional figures, user submitted content and reference points for driving directions to remote field sites.
We will demonstrate a number of story maps that were developed through the Luquillo LTER including a virtual site visit developed for our virtual midterm review, and a story map about Hurricane Maria and its impact on the island of Puerto Rico. During a hands-on demonstration we will work with members of the LTER community to use their own GIS data and multimedia content to create compelling stories for both scientific communities and the general public.
An introduction will be given by Brian Baldwin, Senior Solution Engineer – Education, Esri
View the Luquillo LTER Virtual Site Visit StoryMap here

Lead Organizer
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Miguel Leon

Data Scientist, University of New Hampshire

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John Porter

Res. Assoc. Prof., University of Virginia

Tuesday September 20, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
06. Heather Meeting Room