Friday 20 December 2019

Flood risk model

Local Community Engagement 1, 2, 34, 5, 6, 7, 8, 910 &11

[Update 1: Part 12 describes Cambridgeshire Parishes affected by sea level rise
Update 2: here is a Story Map that explains the background info to this project
Update 3: this Story Map relates flash floods and not river or coastal inundation

Wednesday 18 December 2019

Village Voice

Local Community Engagement 123456789 & 10

[Update: Part 11 adds flood risks to coastal inundation and temperature regime models]

Sunday 8 December 2019

Wednesday 27 November 2019

Friday 15 November 2019

Mock Press Release

Local Community Engagement 123456 & 7

[ Updates: Part 8 on coastal inundation scenarios adds some parameters in the debate.
Part 13 is a manifesto that wraps the series together with some forward looking ideas.
"Digital nomads and digital divides" posted in Parliament late 2020 is discussed here. ]

Thursday 3 October 2019

Sunday 8 September 2019

Saturday 13 July 2019

Community, Climate and Maps - a digression

Local Community Engagement, 12 & 3

[Update: Part 4 introduces a process framework for this community engagement
Update 1: Northwest Passage: Maps and words adds more illustrations and better maps
Update 2: see also this video Arctic Sea Ice Summer based on improved maps above
Update 3: further story map Fire & Ice - Arctic past and future climes focused onshore]

Monday 25 March 2019

Local community engagement

[Update 2: we since signed up to an Esri(UK) Nonprofit Programme.

Update: Part 2 builds a story introducing the community.]

This follows my transition introduced last September and last month. I first used Esri  web mapping tools to help me canvass for EU elections in my local community five years ago. I then found local community engagement - online in my old Texan hometown of Houston - 18 months ago with Hurricane Harvey. I presented social aspects  afforded GIS at Esri European Petroleum GIS  conference in London that fall.

Wednesday 13 February 2019

Welcome to new friends

[Update: read here my  new occupation following this]

A fond farewell to two old friends explained my transition to open source platforms. As announced in LinkedIn You can get Andrew out of the geo... (... but you can't get the geo out of Andrew) "Terry Jackson pulled me back in to the publishing business as a data wrangler". What does that mean?

Wednesday 30 January 2019

Dynamic maps - finis

[Update 2:  this Story Map chronicles the 15 years of this on-again-off-again  work
Update 1: new Spillhaus projection is too cool for ocean data, see this on YouTube]

My last post on dynamic maps and its preceding project recap five years ago outlined how I used ¼M point free-to-use dataset on global historic shipping and climate data. This is the original video of ships'  locations produced a decade ago on Esri ArcMap: