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Webmap Distance and Scale - Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyUsing travel time to explore geographic concepts

layer Boston City CenterHuman GeographyCity center point of Boston, Massachusetts.

layer USA Major CitiesHuman GeographyUSA Major Cities from Esri and the US Census Bureau. This layer presents the locations of cities within the United States with populations of approximately 10,000 or greater, all state capitals, and the national capital. This published layer does not include the demographic data of the original feature service.

layer Boston City LimitsHuman GeographyCity limit boundary of Boston, Massachusetts.

layer Buffer from Boston City CenterHuman Geography

layer Drive Time from Boston (15 30 45 Minutes)Human Geography

layer Drive Time from Boston (60 90 120 Minutes)Human Geography

layer Population Density - Census TractsHuman Geography2016 Census Tracts from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:500Kscale mapping. Includes some attributes about population to support activity lessons. These boundaries reflect the 2016 Census Tract boundaries, though the 2010 and 2013 populations were kept in the table for reference. Due to boundary changes and FIPS code changes, some boundaries do not have 2010 and 2013 populations.

Webmap Understanding Globalization - Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries 2Human GeographyAn APHG geoinquiry map for Understanding globalization Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries at https://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Top 10 AirportsHuman GeographyTop 10 busiest airports by passenger traffic in 2017 according to Airports Council International (preliminary figures).

layer Internet Users per 100 People (1990-2015 time series)Human GeographyIndividuals using the Internet (% of population) by country, repeated for each of the following years: 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, & 2016 to enable timeseries display using the YEAR attribute. Internet users are individuals who have used the Internet (from any location) in the last 3 months. The Internet can be used via a computer, mobile phone, personal digital assistant, games machine, digital TV etc. Data Sources: International Telecommunication Union, World Telecommunication/ICT Dev

layer Internet Users per 100 People (2016)Human GeographyIndividuals using the Internet (% of population) by country in each of the following years: 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, & 2016. Internet users are individuals who have used the Internet (from any location) in the last 3 months. The Internet can be used via a computer, mobile phone, personal digital assistant, games machine, digital TV etc. Data Sources: International Telecommunication Union, World Telecommunication/ICT Development Report and database, and World Bank estimates via World B

layer World TransportationHuman GeographyThis map presents transportation data, including highways, roads, railroads, and airports for the world. The map was developed by Esri using Esri highway data; Garmin basemap layers; HERE street data for North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South America and Central America, India, select countries in Africa, and most of the Middle East. Data from OpenStreetMap contributors in select countries in Africa. For more information on this map, including our terms of use, visit us online at h

Webmap World Population - Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyStudents will explore the patterns of world population in terms of total population arithmetic density total fertility rate natural increase rate and infant mortality rate.

layer World PopulationHuman GeographyCountries with populations in 1960, 1980, 2000, and 2010 through 2017. Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data and populations are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindicators), compiled from: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects, (2) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Report (various years), (3) Census reports and other statistical publication

layer Population DensityHuman GeographyCountries with population density by square kilometer in 2010 through 2014, and by square mile in 1960, 1980, 2000, and 2017. Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data and population density data from World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindicators), compiled from UN Food and Agriculture Organization and World Bank population estimates.

layer Infant Mortality RateHuman GeographyCountries with Infant Mortality Rate in 1975, 1985, 1995, 2005, and 2010 through 2016. Infant mortality rate is the number of infants dying before reaching one year of age, per 1,000 live births in a given year. Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data and Infant Mortality Rate data from World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindicators) (SP.DYN.IMRT.IN), compiled from: Estimates Developed by the UN Interagency Group for C

layer Total Fertility RateHuman GeographyCountries with Total Fertility Rate in 1975, 1985, 1995, 2005, 2010 through 2013, and 2016. Total fertility rate represents the number of children that would be born to a woman if she were to live to the end of her childbearing years and bear children in accordance with current agespecific fertility rates.Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data and Total Fertility Rate data from World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindi

layer Life ExpectancyHuman GeographyCountries with Life Expectancy attributes in 1975, 1985, 1995, 2005, 2010 through 2013, and 2015, 2016, & 2017. Life expectancy at birth indicates the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of its birth were to stay the same throughout its life. Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data and Life Expectancy data from World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindicators), Der

layer Natural Increase RateHuman GeographyCountries with Crude Birth Rate, Crude Death Rate & Natural Rate of Increase in 1975, 1985, 1995, 2005, 2010 through 2013, and 2016. Crude birth rate indicates the number of live births occurring during the year, per 1,000 population estimated at midyear. Crude death rate indicates the number of deaths occurring during the year, per 1,000 population estimated at midyear. Subtracting the crude death rate from the crude birth rate provides the rate of natural increase, which is equal to the rate o

Webmap USA Demographics - Human Geography GeoInquiries 2Human GeographyUSA Demographics GeoInquiries map

layer USA Major CitiesHuman Geography

layer Median Age-UT & FL TractsHuman Geography2016 Census Tracts from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:500Kscale mapping. Includes some attributes about population to support activity lessons. These boundaries reflect the 2016 Census Tract boundaries, though the 2010 and 2013 populations were kept in the table for reference. Due to boundary changes and FIPS code changes, some boundaries do not have 2010 and 2013 populations.

layer Median AgeHuman Geography

layer Median Household IncomeHuman Geography

layer Population DensityHuman Geography

USA Population Density by State, County, Tract and Block Group levels



layer USA Topo MapsHuman GeographyThis map presents land cover imagery for the world and detailed topographic maps for the United States. The map includes the National Park Service (NPS) Natural Earth physical map at 1.24km per pixel for the world at small scales, icubed eTOPO 1:250,000scale maps for the contiguous United States at medium scales, and National Geographic TOPO! 1:100,000 and 1:24,000scale maps (1:250,000 and 1:63,000 in Alaska) for the United States at large scales. The TOPO! maps are seamless, scanned images of U

Webmap You claim it, you name it - Adv Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyMap for geoinquiry: You claim it you name it Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Settlements - 1655Human Geography

layer MissionsHuman Geography

layer Mining TownsHuman Geography

layer Trinidad ToponymsHuman Geography

layer ClaimsHuman GeographyAll North American territories including the 13 American colonies around the year 1763, at 1:10M scale.

Webmap Language and religion - Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries -- NewHuman GeographyThis activity displays linguistic and religious data with the purpose of teaching patterns of cultural diffusion.

layer Old Silk RoadsHuman GeographyThe old Silk Road and other ancient trade routes.

layer Indo-European Language BranchesHuman GeographyWorld language familes and branches within those familes. This map is a derivative of "Mapa Lenguas del Mundo.png"by Wikipedia user Lazar Taxon, formerly of user name "industrius", and the English translation "Languages world map.svg"by Eric Gaba. Available under the Creative Commons AttributionShare Alike 3.0 Unported license.

layer Language Families of the WorldHuman GeographyWorld language familes and branches within those familes. This map is a derivative of "Mapa Lenguas del Mundo.png"by Wikipedia user Lazar Taxon, formerly of user name "industrius", and the English translation "Languages world map.svg"by Eric Gaba. Available under the Creative Commons AttributionShare Alike 3.0 Unported license.

layer IslamHuman GeographyWorld religions based on Mapping Our World (December 2015 update)

layer Major World ReligionsHuman GeographyWorld religions based on Mapping Our World (December 2015 update)

Webmap Sacred place: Sacred space - Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyGeoInquiry map for Sacred place sacred space Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Sacred SitesHuman GeographySacred Places around the world. Data originated from Esri_GeoInquiry_APHG ArcGIS Online user and modified. Original source: http://beyondmaps.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=e6a9fe0724894bc1812f722ea93f3544

layer Jerusalem’s Sacred SitesHuman GeographyMajor sacred sites in the old city of Jerusalem.

layer Old City of JerusalemHuman GeographyFour quarters of the Old City of Jerusalem.

Webmap Migration: On the Move - Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries 2Human GeographyGeoInquiry map for migration: On the move Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries at https://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Net Migration RateHuman GeographyNet Migration Rate data (migrant(s)/1,000 population) from CIA World Factbook by country for 2000, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2012, 2015, 2016, & 2017. Country shapes from Natural Earth 50M scale data.

layer Asylum Seekers, 2014Human GeographyCountries with Refugees and Asylum Seekers attributes for 2014. Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data; Refugees & Asylum Seekers data from: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (http://www.unhcr.org/pages/49c3646c4d6.html) Global Trends 2014, Excel Annex Tables. Also includes Population 2014 data from World Bank World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindicators), compiled from: (1) United Nations Population Division. Wor

layer Asylum Seekers, ItalyHuman GeographyCountries with Asylum applications to Italy in 2014. Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data; Refugees & Asylum Seekers data from: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (http://www.unhcr.org/pages/49c3646c4d6.html) Global Trends 2014, Excel Annex Tables. Also includes Population 2014 data from World Bank World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindicators), compiled from: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Populati

layer Schengen AgreementHuman GeographyEuropean Countries with attributes noting whether they are members of the European Union and/or the Schengen Area. Data Sources: Countries from Natural Earth 50M scale data; European Union and Schengen Area data from the European Union and Reuters. Also includes Population 2014 data from World Bank World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/worlddevelopmentindicators), compiled from: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects, (2) United Nations

Webmap Borders, boundaries, and barriers - Adv Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyA geoinquiry map for Borders Boundaries and Barriers

layer World Administrative DivisionsHuman Geography

Webmap Farming and the Rural Landscape - Human Geography GeoInquiries Human GeographyGeoInquiry map for Farming and the Rural Landscape

layer WisconsinHuman GeographyUS Counties 2010, with 2010 urban and rural populations.

layer Percent RuralHuman GeographyUS Counties 2010, with 2010 urban and rural populations.

layer World Agricultural LandsHuman GeographyAgricultural land (% of land area) by country. Agricultural land data from United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, country shapes from Natural Earth 50M scale data

layer USA Land Cover (2011)Human Geography

Webmap Agricultural Patterns - Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyAgricultural Patterns

layer World ClimateHuman Geography

layer Average Terrestrial Surface TemperatureHuman Geography

layer Population Density (per sq. km.)Human GeographyGridded Population of the World, Version 3 (GPWv3), Future Estimates 2010 consists of estimates of human population for the year 2010 by 2.5 arcminute grid cells.

layer World HydrographyHuman Geography
This tile layer is designed to provide a a hydrologically oriented set of features to use with the World Terrain Base Layer or other simple base maps. The map features a hydrocentric design based on the amount of water flowing within the drainage network such that symbols of the same size and color represent roughly the same amount of water. 

This

layer Total Annual PrecipitationHuman GeographyTotal Annual precipitation was derived from the WorldClim bioclimatic variable: BIO12. Bioclimatic variables are derived from the monthly temperature and rainfall values in order to generate meaningful variables. These are often used in ecological niche modelling (e.g., BIOCLIM, GARP). The bioclimatic variables represent annual trends (e.g., mean annual temperature, annual precipitation) seasonality (e.g., annual range in temperature and precipitation) and extreme or limiting environment factors

layer Soil Fertility ConstraintsHuman Geography
Global Soil Fertility Constraints
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with the collaboration of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), has developed a system that enables rational landuse planning on the basis of an inventory of land resources and evaluation of biophysical limitations and potentials. This is referred to as the Agroecological Zones (AEZ) methodology.
The AEZ methodology for land productivity

layer Crop YieldHuman GeographyAgricultural yields vary widely around the world due to climate, management practices, and the mix of crops grown. This map shows average yields for 16 major crops. Data were compiled by fusing agricultural census records with satellite images.

Check out an Esri Story Map that uses this data source: http://storymaps.esri.com/stories/feedingtheworld


Webmap The Human Development Index - Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyA geoinquiry map for the human development index Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries at https://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Human Development Index, 2017Human GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with a Human Development Index attribute for each of the following years: 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2013, 2015, & 2017. The Human Development Index measures achievement in 3 areas of human development: long life, good education and income. Specifically, the index is computed using life expectancy at birth, Mean years of schooling, expected years of schooling, and gross national income (GNI) per capita (PPP $). The United Nations categor

layer Murder rates per 100,000Human GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with thematic attributes from various sources. Sources for Country Data: Table Data for population 20102014, population density 2010 2014, total fertility rate, life expectancy, infant mortality rate, natural increase, birth rate, death rate, net migration, agricultural land, refugee population, murder rate, Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/wor

layer Gender Inequality IndexHuman GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with thematic attributes from various sources. Sources for Country Data: Table Data for population 20102014, population density 2010 2014, total fertility rate, life expectancy, infant mortality rate, natural increase, birth rate, death rate, net migration, agricultural land, refugee population, murder rate, Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/wor

layer Total Fertility RateHuman GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with thematic attributes from various sources. Sources for Country Data: Table Data for population 20102014, population density 2010 2014, total fertility rate, life expectancy, infant mortality rate, natural increase, birth rate, death rate, net migration, agricultural land, refugee population, murder rate, Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/wor

layer GNI per capita, PPPHuman GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with thematic attributes from various sources. Sources for Country Data: Table Data for population 20102014, population density 2010 2014, total fertility rate, life expectancy, infant mortality rate, natural increase, birth rate, death rate, net migration, agricultural land, refugee population, murder rate, Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/wor

Webmap Comparing Country Development - Human Geography GeoInquiries Human GeographyGeoInquiry map for Comparing Country Development

layer HDI: Very High DevelopmentHuman GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with thematic attributes from various sources. Sources for Country Data: Table Data for population 20102014, population density 2010 2014, total fertility rate, life expectancy, infant mortality rate, natural increase, birth rate, death rate, net migration, agricultural land, refugee population, murder rate, Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/wor

layer HDI: Low DevelopmentHuman GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with thematic attributes from various sources. Sources for Country Data: Table Data for population 20102014, population density 2010 2014, total fertility rate, life expectancy, infant mortality rate, natural increase, birth rate, death rate, net migration, agricultural land, refugee population, murder rate, Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/wor

layer HDI: Medium DevelopmentHuman GeographyCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with thematic attributes from various sources. Sources for Country Data: Table Data for population 20102014, population density 2010 2014, total fertility rate, life expectancy, infant mortality rate, natural increase, birth rate, death rate, net migration, agricultural land, refugee population, murder rate, Gross National Income and Gross Domestic Product are from the World Bank, World Development Indicators (http://data.worldbank.org/datacatalog/wor

Webmap What’s the Range? - Human Geography GeoInquiriesHuman GeographyGeoInquiry map for What's the Range

layer Store 1Human Geography

layer Store 2Human Geography

layer Store 3Human Geography

layer Store 4Human Geography

layer Census TractsHuman GeographySelected set of U.S. Census Tracts around Houston, TX which provides boundaries and demographic information for the U.S. Census tracts. The boundaries are consistent with the county, state, and block group datasets.

layer Density Store 2Human GeographyDensity surface for Store 2 layer in What’s the Range? GeoInquiries web map.

layer World ImageryHuman GeographyWorld Imagery provides one meter or better satellite and aerial imagery in many parts of the world and lower resolution satellite imagery worldwide. The map includes 15m TerraColor imagery at small and midscales (591M down to 72k) and 2.5m SPOT Imagery (288k to 72k) for the world, and USGS 15m Landsat imagery for Antarctica. The map features 0.3m resolution imagery in the continental United States and 0.6m resolution imagery in parts of Western Europe from Digital Globe. Recent 1m USDA NAIP imag

Webmap Urban Areas and Edge Cities - Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries 2Human GeographyGeoinquiry map for Urban areas and edge cities Adv Human Geography GeoInquiries at https://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer World CitiesHuman GeographyTop 100 world cities, ranked by 2017 population of metropolitan area.

layer Study AreaHuman GeographyStudy area for GeoInquiries lesson.

layer USA Major CitiesHuman Geography

layer World Urban AreasHuman Geography

layer Population Density - CountiesHuman GeographyUS County polygons with population and population density information for 2010, 2013, and 2016. From US Census Bureau and Esri.

layer Population Density - TractsHuman Geography2016 Census Tracts from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:500Kscale mapping. Includes some attributes about population to support activity lessons. These boundaries reflect the 2016 Census Tract boundaries, though the 2010 and 2013 populations were kept in the table for reference. Due to boundary changes and FIPS code changes, some boundaries do not have 2010 and 2013 populations.

Webmap Defining Freedom - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsIdentify and explain how freedom is defined around the world.

layer Palais de Chaillot Map NoteGovernment and CivicsMap Note of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights for the "Defining Freedom" GeoInquiry.

layer United NationsGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2017, with attributes about trade blocs, Schengen Area, OPEC, EU, UN, communist government, and year of independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Freedom of the PressGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about government type, independence year, and level of freedoms. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Types of GovernmentGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about government type, independence year, and level of freedoms. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Freedom Definition NotesGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about government type, independence year, and level of freedoms. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer World FreedomGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about government type, independence year, and level of freedoms. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

Webmap Where's the Money? - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsWebmap for US Government GeoInquiries lesson "Where's the Money?"

layer Map NoteGovernment and CivicsMap Note for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer Arizona Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data by District for Arizona from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer Massachusetts Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data by District for Massachusetts from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer Minnesota Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data by District for Minnesota from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer Missouri Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data by District for Missouri from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer South Carolina Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data by District for South Carolina from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer Washington Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data by District for Washington from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer Campaign ContributionsGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

layer Exploring FundingGovernment and CivicsCampaign Spending data from Federal Election Commission for "Where's the Money?" geoinquiry.

Webmap Federal Reserve System - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsIdentify and explain how the Federal Reserve impacts the nation’s economy.

layer 1907 PanicGovernment and CivicsMap notes for The Federal Reserve webmap.

layer 1913 Federal Reserve ActGovernment and CivicsMap notes for The Federal Reserve webmap.

layer Branch PresidentsGovernment and CivicsLocations of Federal Reserve Banks and Federal Reserve Bank Branches plus the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.. Layer includes names and biographies of current (2018) Federal Reserve Bank presidents.

layer Farms by StateGovernment and CivicsUS State centerpoints with farms data from U.S. Department of Agriculture Census of Agriculture.

layer CitiesGovernment and Civics

layer Federal District 9Government and CivicsDerived from US Census Bureau generalized TIGER county boundaries and boundaries from Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

layer Federal Reserve BanksGovernment and CivicsLocations of Federal Reserve Banks and Federal Reserve Bank Branches plus the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.. Layer includes names and biographies of current (2018) Federal Reserve Bank presidents.

layer Federal Reserve SystemGovernment and CivicsDerived from US Census Bureau generalized TIGER county boundaries and boundaries from Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Webmap Power to the People - Government GeoInquiries Government and CivicsExamine how citizens can hold their state and local governments accountable.

layer Reason for RecallGovernment and CivicsDetails of recall elections in the USA.

layer RecalledGovernment and CivicsDetails of recall elections in the USA.

layer InitiativeGovernment and CivicsStates with attributes about term limits and recall powers for each state. Some content in States_Voting_Recall_Rules from Ballotpedia (https://ballotpedia.org/Laws_governing_recall & https://ballotpedia.org/Recall_overview & https://ballotpedia.org/State_legislatures_with_term_limits & https://ballotpedia.org/States_with_gubernatorial_term_limits) which is released under GNU Free Documentation License (https://ballotpedia.org/Ballotpedia:Copyrights)

layer Term LimitsGovernment and CivicsStates with attributes about term limits and recall powers for each state. Some content in States_Voting_Recall_Rules from Ballotpedia (https://ballotpedia.org/Laws_governing_recall & https://ballotpedia.org/Recall_overview & https://ballotpedia.org/State_legislatures_with_term_limits & https://ballotpedia.org/States_with_gubernatorial_term_limits) which is released under GNU Free Documentation License (https://ballotpedia.org/Ballotpedia:Copyrights)

layer Recall State OfficialsGovernment and CivicsStates with attributes about term limits and recall powers for each state. Some content in States_Voting_Recall_Rules from Ballotpedia (https://ballotpedia.org/Laws_governing_recall & https://ballotpedia.org/Recall_overview & https://ballotpedia.org/State_legislatures_with_term_limits & https://ballotpedia.org/States_with_gubernatorial_term_limits) which is released under GNU Free Documentation License (https://ballotpedia.org/Ballotpedia:Copyrights)

layer Recall Local OfficialsGovernment and CivicsStates with attributes about term limits and recall powers for each state. Some content in States_Voting_Recall_Rules from Ballotpedia (https://ballotpedia.org/Laws_governing_recall & https://ballotpedia.org/Recall_overview & https://ballotpedia.org/State_legislatures_with_term_limits & https://ballotpedia.org/States_with_gubernatorial_term_limits) which is released under GNU Free Documentation License (https://ballotpedia.org/Ballotpedia:Copyrights)

Webmap This Land is Your Land - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsExamine the Lands that have special designations or that the US Government has set aside for use its citizens.

layer US StatesGovernment and CivicsPresentday US States with attributes about admission to the Union. Based on Natural Earth 10M scale data. Historical population data from NHGIS: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0.

layer Native American Reservations 2015Government and CivicsDissolved version of indlanp010g from the National Atlas of the USA. Indian Reservation boundaries are dissolved together, ignoring secondary names.

layer State and National Parks and ForestsGovernment and CivicsNational Parks (all NPS properties), National Forests, State Forests, and State Parks in the USA.

Webmap Governments Around the World - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsIdentify and explain how various types of government systems are distributed around the world.

layer Types of GovernmentGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about government type, independence year, and level of freedoms. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Independence by YearGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2017, with attributes about trade blocs, Schengen Area, OPEC, EU, UN, communist government, and year of independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

Webmap What is a Gerrymander - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsWebmap for US Government GeoInquiries lesson "What is a Gerrymander?"

layer USA 115th Congressional Districts – North CarolinaGovernment and CivicsThe 2016 cartographic boundary shapefiles are simplified representations of selected geographic areas from the U.S. Census Bureau's Master Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) Database (MTDB). These boundary files are specifically designed for smallscale thematic mapping. When possible, generalization is performed with the intent to maintain the hierarchical relationships among geographies and to maintain the alignment of geographies within

layer USA 113th Congressional Districts – North CarolinaGovernment and CivicsThe 2013 cartographic boundary shapefiles are simplified representations of selected geographic areas from the U.S. Census Bureau's Master Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) Database (MTDB). These boundary files are specifically designed for smallscale thematic mapping. When possible generalization is performed with the intent to maintain the hierarchical relationships among geographies and to maintain the alignment of geographies within a

layer 2016 Population Density by Congressional DistrictGovernment and Civics114th Congress district boundaries with demographic data from 2016.

layer Chicago Metro DistrictsGovernment and Civics114th Congress district boundaries with demographic data from 2016.

layer USA 115th Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsThe 2016 cartographic boundary shapefiles are simplified representations of selected geographic areas from the U.S. Census Bureau's Master Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) Database (MTDB). These boundary files are specifically designed for smallscale thematic mapping. When possible, generalization is performed with the intent to maintain the hierarchical relationships among geographies and to maintain the alignment of geographies within

Webmap Who Has Your Vote - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsWebmap for US Government GeoInquiries lesson "Who Has Your Vote?".

layer USA Major CitiesGovernment and CivicsLayer of US Cities with a population greater than 100,000 in 2015.

layer 2016 Election by CountyGovernment and CivicsCounty centerpoints with results of the 2016 presidential election.

layer 115th Congressional DistrictsGovernment and CivicsThe 2016 cartographic boundary shapefiles are simplified representations of selected geographic areas from the U.S. Census Bureau's Master Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) Database (MTDB). These boundary files are specifically designed for smallscale thematic mapping. When possible, generalization is performed with the intent to maintain the hierarchical relationships among geographies and to maintain the alignment of geographies within

layer 2016 Washington Election Results (Counties)Government and Civics2016 Election Results in the state of Washington.

layer 2016 General Election ResultsGovernment and CivicsGeneralized state boundaries for display at a national level with results of the 2016 presidential election.

layer US CountiesGovernment and Civics

layer 2016 Congressional DistrictsGovernment and Civics114th Congress district boundaries with demographic data from 2016.

Webmap The Voters - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsWebmap for "Who Votes?" GeoInquiry.

layer Reasons for Not VotingGovernment and CivicsMap notes of reason people don't vote for "Who Votes?" GeoInquiry.

layer Less than 55% votingGovernment and CivicsSmallscale (1:500K) boundaries of US territories from Census TIGER/Line shapefiles with 2016 presidential election results data.

layer Voter Turnout, 2000Government and CivicsSmallscale (1:500K) boundaries of US territories from Census TIGER/Line shapefiles with 2016 presidential election results data.

layer % Registered, 2016Government and CivicsSmallscale (1:500K) boundaries of US territories from Census TIGER/Line shapefiles with 2016 presidential election results data.

layer Voter Turnout, 2016Government and CivicsSmallscale (1:500K) boundaries of US territories from Census TIGER/Line shapefiles with 2016 presidential election results data.

Webmap Crime and Punishment - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsExplore changes in the death penalty in the United States through time and space.

layer Court CasesGovernment and CivicsSelect court cases about the death penalty for Crime and Punishment lesson.

layer Nebraska Map NoteGovernment and CivicsNotes about Nebraska's death penalty law changes for Crime and Punishment lesson.

layer Prison CostsGovernment and CivicsUS States from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:500Kscale mapping. Capital punishment and crime attributes from multiple sources including Esri, Bureau of Justice Statistics, US Department of Justice, Death Penalty Information Center, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., ESPY database, National Association of State Budget Officers, The Sentencing Project.

layer 2017 ExecutionsGovernment and CivicsUS States from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:500Kscale mapping. Capital punishment and crime attributes from multiple sources including Esri, Bureau of Justice Statistics, US Department of Justice, Death Penalty Information Center, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., ESPY database, National Association of State Budget Officers, The Sentencing Project.

layer State PrisonsGovernment and CivicsSecure detention facilities ranging in jurisdiction from federal (excluding military) to local governments. This layer is created from a filtered subset of the Prison_Boundaries layer which excludes prisons whose status is Closed and excludes Juvenile facilities. Points are in the center of the original polygon extent of where the incarcerated population is located (fence lines or building footprints). This feature class’s attribution describes many physical and social characteristics of detenti

layer Prison DataGovernment and CivicsUS States from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:500Kscale mapping. Capital punishment and crime attributes from multiple sources including Esri, Bureau of Justice Statistics, US Department of Justice, Death Penalty Information Center, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., ESPY database, National Association of State Budget Officers, The Sentencing Project.

layer Death Penalty U.S.Government and CivicsUS States from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:500Kscale mapping. Capital punishment and crime attributes from multiple sources including Esri, Bureau of Justice Statistics, US Department of Justice, Death Penalty Information Center, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., ESPY database, National Association of State Budget Officers, The Sentencing Project.

layer StatesGovernment and Civics

Webmap Be the Change - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsThe U.S. Constitution protects a citizens’ right to be heard and have their rights protected but often this has taken shape in different ways across space and time.

layer Landmark Segregation CasesGovernment and CivicsLegal cases involving segregation. Created for 'Be The Change' GeoInquiry lesson.

layer School Segregation LawsGovernment and CivicsSmallscale (1:500K) boundaries of US States from Census TIGER/Line shapefiles with Race/Ethnicity attributes from 2010 Census and educational separation in the US prior to Brown v. Board of Education.

layer Predominant_PopulationGovernment and Civics

Webmap Federal District Courts - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsUnderstand the distribution and function of the Federal District Courts.

layer Case 1Government and CivicsSummary of court cases Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier and Tinker v. Des Moines as they were tried in district court, then circuit court, then the supreme court.

layer Case 2Government and CivicsSummary of court cases Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier and Tinker v. Des Moines as they were tried in district court, then circuit court, then the supreme court.

layer Bankruptcies by DistrictGovernment and CivicsUS District Court Judicial Circuit areas built from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:5Mscale mapping. Bankruptcies data per circuit from the 12month Period ending March 31, 2018 is added to the attributes.

layer Real Map NoteGovernment and Civics

layer Chief JudgeGovernment and CivicsUS District Court Jurisdictions areas built from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:5,000,000scale mapping. Attributes about current chief justice are current as of May 2018.

layer JurisdictionGovernment and Civics

layer Constitutional ConventionGovernment and Civics

layer US District Court JurisdictionsGovernment and CivicsUS District Court Jurisdictions areas built from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:5,000,000scale mapping. Attributes about current chief justice are current as of May 2018.

layer Federal Judicial CircuitsGovernment and CivicsUS District Court Judicial Circuit areas built from US Census generalized TIGER/Line cartographic boundary files generalized for 1:5Mscale mapping. Bankruptcies data per circuit from the 12month Period ending March 31, 2018 is added to the attributes.

Webmap We the People - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsThe ideas and inspirations that led the founding fathers developing their ideas of the best form of government for our new nation.

layer American IdealsGovernment and CivicsAmerican Ideals layer for "We the People" Geoinquiry.

layer Governments of 13 ColoniesGovernment and CivicsGovernment of 13 Colonies layer for "We the People" Geoinquiry.

layer Philosophical FoundationsGovernment and CivicsPhilosophical Foundations layer for "We the People" Geoinquiry.

layer Years of ConstitutionGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about their constitutions. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Original 13 ColoniesGovernment and Civics

layer 1776_PhiladelphiaGovernment and CivicsScale ca. 1:5,000. Oriented with north toward the upper right. Shows name and location of important buildings and wharf facilities. Inset: A chart of Delaware Bay and River, from the original by Mr. Fisher of Philadelphia, 1776 [ca. 1:700,000] Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault AACR2.

Easburn, Benjamin, Peter André, and Andrew Dury. A plan of the city of Philadelphia, the capital of Pennsylvania, from an actual survey. London, An

Webmap Your Huddled Masses - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsWebmap for "Huddled Masses" GeoInquiry.

layer Sanctuary CitiesGovernment and CivicsLayer showing the sanctuary cities across the US for "Huddled Masses" GeoInquiry.

layer Immigration StoriesGovernment and CivicsLayer containing stories of immigration into the U.S.

layer History of ImmigrationGovernment and CivicsLayer representing the number of people immigrating into the US every year since 1820.

layer # of Green Cards 2016Government and CivicsLine layer representing the number of immigrants from each region coming to the US.

layer Green Cards by StateGovernment and CivicsThe 2017 cartographic boundary shapefiles are simplified representations of selected geographic areas from the U.S. Census Bureau's Master Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) Database (MTDB). These boundary files are specifically designed for smallscale thematic mapping. When possible, generalization is performed with the intent to maintain the hierarchical relationships among geographies and to maintain the alignment of geographies within

layer Refugee Groups by StateGovernment and CivicsThe 2017 cartographic boundary shapefiles are simplified representations of selected geographic areas from the U.S. Census Bureau's Master Address File / Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) Database (MTDB). These boundary files are specifically designed for smallscale thematic mapping. When possible, generalization is performed with the intent to maintain the hierarchical relationships among geographies and to maintain the alignment of geographies within

Webmap Foreign Aid - Government GeoInquiriesGovernment and CivicsStudents will examine the costs and benefits of foreign aid.

layer QuotesGovernment and CivicsQuotes and photos from USAID website.

layer Washington D.C.Government and CivicsPoint representing Washington, D.C.

layer Peace Corps VolunteersGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about the Peace Corps volunteers and operations in 2018. Countries are based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer USAID (2016)Government and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about US Planned Foreign Assistance to countries in 2018. Also includes attribute indicating which countries USAID supported in 2016. Countries are based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Foreign Aid PointsGovernment and CivicsCenterpoints of countries of the world in 2018, with attributes about US Planned Foreign Assistance to countries in 2018. Also includes attribute indicating which countries USAID supported in 2016. Countries are based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Over 130 Million in AidGovernment and CivicsFlow lines connecting Washington, DC with the centerpoints of countries of the world in 2018, with attributes about US Planned Foreign Assistance to countries in 2018. Also includes attribute indicating which countries USAID supported in 2016. Countries are based on Natural Earth 1:50M data. Generalized version.

layer Foreign Aid (2018)Government and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about US Planned Foreign Assistance to countries in 2018. Also includes attribute indicating which countries USAID supported in 2016. Countries are based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer No Foreign AidGovernment and CivicsCountries of the world in 2018, with attributes about US Planned Foreign Assistance to countries in 2018. Also includes attribute indicating which countries USAID supported in 2016. Countries are based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

Webmap The 13 colonies in the 1700s - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryA geoinquiry map for the 13 Colonies activity including sea surface temperature effects. The 13 colonies in the 1700s US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Latitude LongitudeUS HistoryA 5 by 5degree latitudelongitude grid covering the world.value equal to Y.

layer The American Colonies Sub RegionsUS HistoryThirteen American colony subregions around the year 1700 (New England, Middle & Southern) for 1:10M scale display.

layer The American Colonies Population Time SeriesUS HistoryThirteen American colonies around the year 1700 for 1:10M scale display, repeated to enable timeseries display of population by decade from 1630 to 1780.

layer The American ColoniesUS History

layer Other Possessions in 1700US HistoryOther North American territories besides the 13 American colonies around the year 1700, at 1:10M scale. This layer built with coincident borders to AmericanColonies_1700_10M feature class.

layer Avg Sea Surface Temperature 2005US HistorySea surface temperatures from the Nasa Earth Observation grids for the month of each storm.

Webmap The war before independence (The American Revolution) - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryThis geoinquiry map is designed to allow students to explore the American Revolution US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Map NotesUS HistoryNotes to accompany map of Revolutionary War.

layer BattlesUS HistoryMajor battles in the American Revolutionary War. Data originated from Esri_GeoInquiry_History ArcGIS Online user and modified.

layer The Regulars are coming!US HistoryImportant British and Patriot movements around the Battles of Lexington and Concord during the Revolutionary War. Polygon representation of TroopMovements_LexingtonConcord lines with arrowheads for map display.

layer CitiesUS HistoryNotable cities in map of Revolutionary War.

layer Proclamation Line of 1763US HistoryProclamation Line of 1763 aligned to Natural Earth 50M scale dataBased on Proclamation Line of 1763 created from NPS source and modified by Maps.com, and aligned to Natural Earth 50M scale data where it follows land borders around Maine.

layer US_LakesUS History

layer US_RiversUS History

layer Thirteen ColoniesUS HistoryThirteen American colonies around the year 1763. Based on Natural Earth 50M scale data and cropped by Proclamation Line of 1763 from National Parks Service map.

Webmap The second American Revolution (1812) - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryThe War of 1812 ensured the independence of the U.S. and created opportunities. The second American Revolution (War of 1812) US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Tecumseh's HeritageUS HistoryNotable locations for Tecumseh's War map including Tecumseh's birthplace and place father was killed.

layer Native American VillagesUS HistoryIndian Villages for Tecumseh's War map

layer CitiesUS HistoryCity Points for Tecumseh's War map

layer American FortsUS HistoryBritish and American Forts for Tecumseh's War map

layer British FortUS HistoryBritish and American Forts for Tecumseh's War map

layer RiversUS HistoryRivers for Tecumseh's War map

layer LakesUS HistoryMajor US Lakes around the year 1850, generalized for about 1:35M scale and aligned with US_Rivers_1850 layer. Layer adapted from "US Lakes" published by Esri for the Thinking Spatially Using GIS lessons and modified to reflect 1850 conditions.

layer Treaty LinesUS HistoryTreaty Lines for Tecumseh's War map

layer Territory and State borders (1811)US HistoryUnited States and Territory borders at the end of 1810, based on Natural Earth 10M scale data, to display with StatesTerritories_1810_10M.

layer Tecumseh’s TerritoryUS HistoryDisputed Land for Tecumseh's War map

layer Territories and States (1811)US HistoryUnited States and Territories at the end of 1810, based on Natural Earth 10M scale data.

layer War of 1812 Key BattlesUS History

layer War of 1812 RegionsUS HistoryWar of 1812 battle theater areas

layer World Map, 1812US HistoryThis globe map is made from a flat map of the world on Mercator's projection. Explorers' routes are shown and the interiors of Africa and Australia are largely unknown at the time.

Webmap Westward, Ho! - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryA GeoInquiry map activity to study the American trails west Westward Ho! US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer TravelersUS HistoryNotes to accompany map of US Trails West, including points for trail launch locations, destinations, and traveler quotes.

layer Launching LocationsUS HistoryNotes to accompany map of US Trails West, including points for trail launch locations, destinations, and traveler quotes.

layer DestinationsUS HistoryNotes to accompany map of US Trails West, including points for trail launch locations, destinations, and traveler quotes.

layer TrailsUS HistoryNational Historic Trails of the National Park Service, with information about start and end city, number of emigrants & dates of travel.

layer US Land AcquisitionsUS HistoryTerritorial land acquisitions of the United States of America for 1:10M scale display.

Webmap The Underground Railroad - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryA geoinquiry map to support The Underground Railroad US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer 1850 States OutlineUS HistoryUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display

layer WindsorUS History

layer Notable Underground Railroad StationsUS History

layer RoutesUS HistoryRoutes of the Underground Railroad, 18301865.

layer US LakesUS HistoryMajor US Lakes around the year 1850, generalized for about 1:35M scale and aligned with US_Rivers_1850 layer. Layer adapted from "US Lakes" published by Esri for the Thinking Spatially Using GIS lessons and modified to reflect 1850 conditions.

layer US RiversUS HistoryUS Rivers around the year 1850, generalized for about 1:35M scale and aligned with US_Lakes_1850 layer. Layer adapted from "US Rivers" published by Esri for the Thinking Spatially Using GIS lessons and modified to reflect 1850 conditions.

layer 1850 Number of EnslavedUS History

layer Greater than 60% Enslaved CountiesUS HistoryUS Counties in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display

layer 1850 StatesUS HistoryUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display

Webmap A Nation Divided: The Civil War - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryA geoinquiry map for the activity A Nation Divided (The American Civil War) US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Key US Civil War Battles-DecisiveUS History

layer Key US Civil War Battles-MajorUS History

layer Civil War CitiesUS HistoryKey US Civil War Cities

layer US_RiversUS History

layer Union BlockadeUS HistoryCivil War Union Blockade of East coast from Chesapeake Bay around to Texas.

layer Union ControlUS HistoryAreas under Confederate control during the Civil War from 1861 1865.

layer 1850 - 60% EnslavedUS HistoryUS Counties in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display

layer 1860 StatesUS HistoryUS States and Territories in 1860, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:1M scale display

Webmap Native American lands 1819 to 2015 - US History GeoInquiriesUS History Native American lands 18192015 US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Battle SitesUS HistoryMajor Native American battle sites

layer Overland_Historic_TrailsUS HistoryHistoric trails to the Western United States with information about start and end city and length of each trail (in miles). This layer derived from Feature Service published by Esri_GeoInquiry_History, "Overland Historic Trails" at http://services.arcgis.com/BG6nSlhZSAWtExvp/ArcGIS/rest/services/Overland_Historic_Trails/FeatureServer Original features modified with corrections and additions. Note this layer has some of the same trails as "National_Historic_Trails" layer in same database, this

layer Native American Reservations 2015US HistoryDissolved version of indlanp010g from the National Atlas of the USA. Indian Reservation boundaries are dissolved together, ignoring secondary names.

layer Native American Tribal Homelands-1850US History

layer Native American Lands 1819US History

layer Native American Tribal Homelands-1800US History

layer Native American Tribal Homelands (1600)US History

layer Unceded Native American HomelandsUS History

Webmap Steel and the birth of a city - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryA geoinquiry map exploring the reasons why Pittsburgh became the steel city. Steel and the birth of a city US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Top 20 Cities of 1890US History

layer SmeltersUS History

layer USA Major RiversUS HistoryU.S. Rivers (Generalized) represents the major rivers within United States.

layer USA_StatesUS History

layer Coal MinesUS HistoryPoint data set representing coal mines in the United States.

layer Iron Ore MinesUS History

layer Railroads 1870US History

layer Buffer of SmeltersUS History

layer USA Detailed Water BodiesUS HistoryUSA Detailed Water Bodies represents the major lakes, reservoirs, large rivers, lagoons, and estuaries in the United States.

layer CoalfieldsUS HistoryCoalbed Methane (CBM) proved reserves and cumulative production by coal basin in the United States. Proved reserves are from the Energy Information Administration's (EIA) U.S. Crude Oil, Natural Gas, and Natural Gas Liquids Reserves, 2006 Annual Report. Proved reserves are the quantities of gas that geologic and engineering data demonstrate with reasonable certainty to be recoverable in future years from known reservoirs under existing economic and operating conditions. The absolute values o

layer County Population Densities 1900US History

Webmap World War I - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryDuring this activity students learn about the key fronts of World War I and the impact of US involvement. World War I US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Allied VictoriesUS HistoryMajor allied victories during World War I. Data originated from Esri_GeoInquiry_History ArcGIS Online user and modified.

layer Capital CitiesUS HistorySelect capital cities in Europe

layer Western FrontUS HistoryCountry positions along the Western Front during World War I

layer WWI FrontsUS HistoryMajor fronts and the Armistice line of World War I

layer Europe, 1920US HistoryCountry boundaries for Europe in 1920, after the end of World War I, with attributes for casualties in World War I.

layer WWI Alliances, 1916US HistoryCountry boundaries for Europe in 1914, before the start of World War I, with attributes describing military alliance and casualties in World War I.

Webmap The Dust Bowl - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryA geoinquiry map exploring the Dust Bowl and population change 1920 1950

layer USA Major CitiesUS History

layer USA State BoundariesUS History

layer Population 1930US History

layer % Population Change 1930 to 1940 (less than 100% is a reduction in population)US History

layer % Growth in Number of Farms from 1930 - 1940 (less than 100% is a reduction in farms)US History

layer % of Counties in Farms 1930US History

Webmap A day that lived in infamy - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryThis activity shows how the expansion of the Japanese empire resulted in the U.S. involvement in WW II. A day that lived in infamy (Pearl Harbor) US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Post Pearl Harbor AttackUS History

layer Japanese Attack on Oahu - 1st WaveUS HistoryRoutes of Japanese planes carrying out attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Planes are noted as High Level Bombers, Torpedo Bombers, Dive Bombers or Fighters. Polygon representation of PearlHarbor_Attack_lines lines with arrowheads for map display. Arrows are available for 3 different scales and 2 different styles (dashed or solid) filter by TYPE and STYLE fields.

layer Japanese Attack on Oahu - 2nd WaveUS HistoryRoutes of Japanese planes carrying out attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Planes are noted as High Level Bombers, Torpedo Bombers, Dive Bombers or Fighters. Polygon representation of PearlHarbor_Attack_lines lines with arrowheads for map display. Arrows are available for 3 different scales and 2 different styles (dashed or solid) filter by TYPE and STYLE fields.

layer American Military in HawaiiUS History

layer Japanese Defensive Perimeter Plan, 1942US HistoryLine marking the outer extent of Japanese occupation in 1942. Created from Japanese_Empire_1942 layer.

layer Japanese Occupation, 1942US HistoryAreas of Japanese occupation in 1942 with 1942 and present day names and date of Japanese occupation.

Webmap Operation Overlord - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryStudents learn about the geography and significance of the DDay invasion. Operation Overlord US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer D-Day LocationsUS HistoryKey airfield, departure, and landing city locations that were part of the DDay landings.

layer D-Day InvasionUS HistoryDDay invasion route arrows by air and sea. Polygon representation of D_Day_Invasion_lines with arrowheads

layer The Atlantic WallUS HistoryExtent of the German Atlantic Wall in Northern Europe.

layer Landing AreasUS History5 Normandy Beaches and the main paratrooper landing zones on DDay.

layer After D-DayUS HistoryDiminishing areas of German control, as the allied forces advanced between June 6, 1944 – September 16, 1944.

layer German Occupation, May 1944US HistoryCountry boundaries in 1944 for Europe and neighboring countries, with attributes to portray German occupation and military alliance.

layer Europe 1944US HistoryCountry boundaries in 1944 for Europe and neighboring countries, with attributes to portray German occupation and military alliance.

Webmap Hot spots in a Cold War - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryA geoinquiry map for the activity Hot spots in a Cold War US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer YaltaUS HistoryMap notes to accompany Cold War GeoInquiries lesson.

layer BerlinUS HistoryMap notes to accompany Cold War GeoInquiries lesson.

layer Berlin WallUS HistoryThe Berlin Wall divided the city of Berlin, Germany from 1961 to 1989.

layer Iron CurtainUS HistoryThe Iron Curtain line representing the boundary dividing Europe into Eastern communist and Western noncommunist countries 1945 until the end of the Cold War in 1991. With notes in the attributes for Cold War map lesson.

layer Growth of Soviet ControlUS HistorySoviet satellite countries of the Soviet Union in the 20th century.

layer ChinaUS HistoryThe country of China, with notes in the attributes for Cold War map lesson.

layer Post-WWII Division of GermanyUS HistoryCountry boundaries in 1945 for Europe and neighboring countries, including the sectors of control for postWWII Germany.

layer 1945 Map of EuropeUS HistoryCountry boundaries in 1945 for Europe and neighboring countries, including the sectors of control for postWWII Germany.

layer 1979 Cold WarUS HistoryCountries of the world in 1979, with attribute whether or not it had a communist government. Based on Natural Earth 1:10M data.

layer 2012 Cold WarUS HistoryCountries of the world in 2015, with attribute whether or not it has a communist government. Based on Natural Earth 1:10M data.

Webmap The Great Exchange - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryExplore the movement and exchange of plants animals and diseases from the Old World to the New World and the New World to the Old World. The Great Exchange US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Likely Sites of DomesticationUS History

layer Crop OriginsUS History

layer Vavilov Centers Of DomesticationUS History

layer Potato Production CurrentUS HistoryGlobal potato production in 5 minute grids. Based on a five year average '97 2003 published by Earth Stat out of the Global Landscapes Initiative Institute on the envrionmnet at the University of Minnesota. The works are part of the materials published by Monfreda, C., N. Ramankutty, and J.A.Foley (2008) listed below in the credits.

layer Maize Production CurrentUS HistoryGlobal corn production (maize) in 5 minute grids. Based on a five year average '97 2003 published by Earth Stat out of the Global Landscapes Initiative Institute on the envrionmnet at the University of Minnesota. The works are part of the materials published by Monfreda, C., N. Ramankutty, and J.A.Foley (2008) listed below in the credits.

layer Banana Production CurrentUS HistoryGlobal banana production in 5 minute grids. Based on a six year average '97 2003 published by Earth Stat out of the Global Landscapes Initiative Institute on the envrionmnet at the University of Minnesota. The works are part of the materials published by Monfreda, C., N. Ramankutty, and J.A.Foley (2008) listed below in the credits.

layer Old World New WorldUS HistoryOld World and New World Lands Tile Layer

Webmap From Compromise to Conflict - US History GeoInquiriesUS HistoryThe 2018 geoinquiry map to support the activity From Compromise to Conflict US History GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer The Northwest OrdinanceUS HistoryMap notes for the Compromise to Conflict webmap.

layer Demarcation LinesUS HistoryImportant historical United States lines of demarcation including the MasonDixon line and the Missouri Compromise Line of 36°30? North latitude.

layer U.S. After Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854US HistoryUS States and Territories in 1854, with the Gadsden Purchase area partitioned out. Includes slavery status attributes. For 1:20M scale display.

layer U.S. After Compromise of 1850US HistoryUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display

layer 5 degree graticuleUS HistoryA 5 by 5degree latitudelongitude grid covering the world.value equal to Y.

layer U.S. as of 1849US HistoryTerritorial land acquisitions of the United States of America from 1820 to 1849 for 1:10M scale display.

layer U.S. as of 1820US HistoryUS States admitted by 1820 with attributes about admission to the Union, plus territories added by 1820 from British Cession of 1818 and Spanish Cession of 1819. Based on USGS National Atlas and Natural Earth 10M scale data.

layer U.S. as of 1803US HistoryUnited States and Territories at the end of 1803, based on USGS National Atlas and Natural Earth 10M scale data.

layer U.S. as of 1783US HistoryThe United States in 1783 showing the original 13 colonies plus the balance of the territory of the United States ceded by Great Britain in 1783. Based on Natural Earth 10M scale data and cropped by Proclamation Line of 1763 from National Parks Service map.

Webmap Ecosystems and biomes - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryUpper elementary exploration of simplified biomes and ecoregions Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Country OutlinesUpper Elementary

layer Major Latitude/Longitude LinesUpper Elementary

layer Ecosystems/Biomes ElementaryUpper Elementary

Webmap Time zones: What time is it anyway? - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryDiscover and compute time with time zones. Time zones: What time is it anyway? Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Greenwich EnglandUpper Elementary

layer Key CitiesUpper Elementary

layer World Time ZonesUpper ElementaryTime zones from the Esri data and maps online collection for 2016. Layer downloaded and reserved to ensure better availability in the K12 Esri curriculum collection

layer CountriesUpper Elementary

Webmap Street maps: How should we get there? - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryStreet map symbol exploration and walking time computations. Street maps: How should we get there? Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

Webmap Settlement patterns - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryThis activity explores seismic natural hazards and at what point they become natural disasters. Settlement patterns: People and water Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer North American RiversUpper Elementary

layer US LakesUpper Elementary

layer US Large Cities 100kUpper Elementary

layer US StatesUpper Elementary

layer US Population DensityUpper ElementaryThis map shows the population density in the United States in 2012. Population density is calculated by dividing the total population count of geographic feature by the area of the feature, in square miles. The area is calculated from the geometry of the geographic feature in projected coordinates. The best use of this map is at the larger scales (tracts and block groups). The geography depicts States at greater than 50m scale, Counties at 7.5m to 50m scale, Census Tracts at 200k to 7.5m scale

Webmap Exploring elevation with Lewis and Clark - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryExplore the route that Lewis and Clark followed and identify elevation levels throughout the regions of the United States. Exploring elevation with Lewis and Clark Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Lewis and Clark JourneyUpper Elementary

layer Missouri RiverUpper Elementary

layer RiversUpper Elementary

layer US RegionsUpper Elementary

layer Modern USA StatesUpper Elementary

layer ElevationUpper ElementaryGlobal land elevation ranges with attributes in Meters and Feet. Elevation range for a given feature is not the specific elevation range of the specific feature but rather the global elevation range that it falls within one of the following categories: Below Sea Level, 0 to 249 meters, 250 to 499 500 to 749, 750 to 999 1000 to 1999, 2000 to 2999, 3000 to 3999, 4000 to 4999, 5000 to 8440 meters. Accompanies WorldGeo_Physical_Elevation_Zones_features feature service which is the vector version o

Webmap Expansion of the United States - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryA GeoInquiry map to study the American trails west. Expansion of the United States Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer TravelersUpper ElementaryNotes to accompany map of US Trails West, including points for trail launch locations, destinations, and traveler quotes.

layer US RiversUpper ElementaryUS Rivers around the year 1850, generalized for about 1:35M scale and aligned with US_Lakes_1850 layer. Layer adapted from "US Rivers" published by Esri for the Thinking Spatially Using GIS lessons and modified to reflect 1850 conditions.

layer US Statehood YearUpper Elementary

layer US Land AcquisitionsUpper ElementaryTerritorial land acquisitions of the United States of America for 1:10M scale display.

Webmap Discovering map scale - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryCompare map scales using a satellite image. Discovering map scale Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

Webmap Where does the water go? (watersheds) - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryInvestigate watersheds and the effect elevation plays on the movement of rainwater through the watershed. Where does the water go? (watersheds) Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer USA Watershed BoundariesUpper Elementary

layer Elevation ZonesUpper ElementaryGlobal land elevation ranges with attributes in Meters and Feet. Elevation range for a given feature is not the specific elevation range of the specific feature but rather the global elevation range that it falls within one of the following categories: Below Sea Level, 0 to 249 meters, 250 to 499 500 to 749, 750 to 999 1000 to 1999, 2000 to 2999, 3000 to 3999, 4000 to 4999, 5000 to 8440 meters. Accompanies WorldGeo_Physical_Elevation_Zones_features feature service which is the vector version o

Webmap Climate - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryPhysiographic Effects on Climate. Climate Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer US Climate RegionsUpper Elementary

layer USA_Mean_RainfallUpper Elementary

This service is available to all ArcGIS Online users with organizational accounts. For more information on this service, including the terms of use, visit us online at http://goto.arcgisonline.com/landscape3/USA_Mean_Rainfall.



layer Mean July TemperatureUpper ElementaryMean July temperatures for land areas of the world in degrees Celsius. Data from WorldClim Global Climate Data daily July average temperatures from 19502000. 

layer Mean January TemperaturesUpper ElementaryMean January temperatures for land areas of the world in degrees Celsius. Data from WorldClim Global Climate Data daily January average temperatures from 19502000. 

layer Elevation ZonesUpper ElementaryGlobal land elevation ranges with attributes in Meters and Feet. Elevation range for a given feature is not the specific elevation range of the specific feature but rather the global elevation range that it falls within one of the following categories: Below Sea Level, 0 to 249 meters, 250 to 499 500 to 749, 750 to 999 1000 to 1999, 2000 to 2999, 3000 to 3999, 4000 to 4999, 5000 to 8440 meters. Accompanies WorldGeo_Physical_Elevation_Zones_features feature service which is the vector version o

Webmap Mississippi River exploration - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryExploration of Mississippi River by Marquette Jolliet and La Salle. Mississippi River exploration Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Explorer RoutesUpper Elementary

layer Mississippi TributariesUpper Elementary

layer Mississippi River ValleyUpper Elementary

Webmap Weather forecasting - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryThis activity helps students interpret weather maps and make weather predictions. Weather forecasting Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Highs and LowsUpper Elementary

layer FrontsUpper ElementaryFronts layer for Elementary Grade 4 GeoInquiries lesson about Weather Maps.

layer IsobarUpper ElementaryIsobars layer for Elementary Grade 4 GeoInquiries lesson about Weather Maps.

layer PrecipitationUpper ElementaryPrecipitation layer for Elementary Grade 4 GeoInquiries lesson about Weather Maps.

layer TemperatureUpper ElementaryTemperature layer for Elementary Grade 4 GeoInquiries lesson about Weather Maps.

Webmap Seismic events: Natural hazard or natural disaster - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryNatural Hazards for elementary science and social studies. Seismic events: Natural hazards or natural disasters Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer World_VolcanoesUpper Elementary

layer Plate BoundariesUpper Elementary

layer U.S. Tsunami Warning BuoysUpper Elementary

Webmap Energy production - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryThis activity explores the electricity generation and consumption in the United States. Energy production Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Power Plants - BiomassUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - CoalUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - GeothermalUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - HydroelectricUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - Natural GasUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - NuclearUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - OtherUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - PetroleumUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - Pumped storageUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - SolarUpper Elementary

layer Power Plants - WindUpper Elementary

layer All Energy Expenditures Per Capita ($), 2013Upper Elementary

Webmap Natural resources and regions - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper Elementarynatural resources and regions Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer US RegionsUpper Elementary

layer Natural ResourcesUpper ElementaryPoint Locations of Natural and Agricultural Resources in the USA.

layer Land UseUpper ElementaryGeneral USA land use/land cover polygons based on USGS National Land Cover Database (NLCD). Land Use categorized into the following 6 categories: Farming Forest Forest and Farming Grazing Littleused land Manufacturing (Urban)

Webmap Public lands and national parks - Upper Elementary GeoInquiriesUpper ElementaryAnalyze the importance of conservation through the creation of the National Park Service. Public lands and national parks Upper Elementary GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer USA National ParksUpper Elementary

layer Federal lands - square miles by stateUpper Elementary

layer USA Federal LandsUpper Elementary

Webmap Rates and proportions: A lost beachMathThe rate of coastal erosion is estimated using historical aerial photos.

layer 2015 MarkersMathPoints marking the extents of Timbalier Island, Louisana over time, along EastWest and NorthSouth transects. Point are based on Landsat imagery from 1991, 1995, 2006, 2015, & 2017.

layer 2006 MarkersMathPoints marking the extents of Timbalier Island, Louisana over time, along EastWest and NorthSouth transects. Point are based on Landsat imagery from 1991, 1995, 2006, 2015, & 2017.

layer 1995 MarkersMathPoints marking the extents of Timbalier Island, Louisana over time, along EastWest and NorthSouth transects. Point are based on Landsat imagery from 1991, 1995, 2006, 2015, & 2017.

layer 1991 MarkersMathPoints marking the extents of Timbalier Island, Louisana over time, along EastWest and NorthSouth transects. Point are based on Landsat imagery from 1991, 1995, 2006, 2015, & 2017.

layer Marker TransectsMathTransect lines for marking the extents of Timbalier Island, Louisiana over time.

layer 2015 ImageryMathLandsat 8 image from 20150919, displaying bands 7,5,3 for coastline delineation and green vegetation. Supports the GeoInquiries math lesson on "Who Stole My Beach? – Rates and Proportions". 
Landsat 8 image path 22 row 40 from Sep. 19, 2015, cropped to area around Timbalier Island, Louisiana. USGS 2015, LANDSAT 8 OLI/TIRS Collection 1 Path 22 Row 40 for Scene: LC08_L1TP_022040_20150919_20170225_01_T1, USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center


layer 2006 ImageryMathLandsat image from 20060926, displaying bands 7,4,5 for coastline delineation and green vegetation. Supports the GeoInquiries math lesson on "Who Stole My Beach? – Rates and Proportions". 
Landsat image path 22 row 40 from Sep. 26, 2006, cropped to area around Timbalier Island, Louisiana. USGS 2006, Global Land Survey, 2005 epoch, TM sensor, L5022040_04020060926, USGS, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.


layer 1995 ImageryMathLandsat image from 19950928, displaying bands 7,4,5 for coastline delineation and green vegetation. Supports the GeoInquiries math lesson on "Who Stole My Beach? – Rates and Proportions". 
Landsat image path 22 row 40 from Sep. 28, 1995, cropped to area around Timbalier Island, Lousiana. USGS 1995, Global Land Survey, 1990 epoch, TM sensor, L5022040_04019950928, USGS, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.


layer 1991 ImageryMathLandsat image from 19911011, displaying bands 7,4,5 for coastline delineation and green vegetation. Supports the GeoInquiries math lesson on "Who Stole My Beach? – Rates and Proportions". 
Landsat image path 22 row 40 from Oct. 11, 1991, cropped to area around Timbalier Island, Louisiana. USGS 1991, Global Land Survey, 1990 epoch, TM sensor, p022r040_4dt19911011_z15, USGS, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.


Webmap D = R x TMathUse an aerial photograph to determine the distance around a track and then calculate rate and time for each lap and the race as a whole.

Webmap Linear rate of change - Steady growthMathWhile population growth is often associated with exponential functions this activity explores a linear model for one Michigan county.

layer Kent CountyMathMichigan counties with populations each decade from 19002010. Population data source: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0. (http://www.nhgis.org)

layer Michigan Population, 2010MathMichigan counties with populations each decade from 19002010. Population data source: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0. (http://www.nhgis.org)

layer Michigan Population, 1900MathMichigan counties with populations each decade from 19002010. Population data source: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0. (http://www.nhgis.org)

layer Change in Population, 1990 – 2010 – Michigan CountiesMathMichigan counties with populations each decade from 19002010. Population data source: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0. (http://www.nhgis.org)

Webmap How much rain? Linear equationsMathMeasure the distance between two rain gauges to estimate how much precipitation an intervening town receives.

layer Sleeping Bear Creek rainfallMath6 rain gauges to analyze for math lesson.

layer Actual rainfallMath6 rain gauges to analyze for math lesson.

layer Six GaugesMath6 rain gauges to analyze for math lesson.

Webmap Rates of population changeMathMeasure the distance between two rain gauges to estimate how much precipitation an intervening town receives.

layer USA Population ChangeMathUS States with census population counts for 2000, 2010, 2016 & 2021. Note that this layer is intended for cartographic display of the USA and Alaska and Hawaii are not in true geographic location in these layers. Population counts from US Census Bureau and Esri.

Webmap Distance and midpoint v2MathWeb map for GeoInquiries math lesson "Distance and Midpoint"

layer Windhorst FarmMath

layer CitiesMath

layer Coordinate GridMath

Webmap The Coordinate Plane v2MathPoints on the surface of the earth can be plotted using a coordinate system made from lines of longitude and latitude.

layer OriginMathOrigin point of latitude longitude coordinate plane, with label points for positive and negative X and Y axis.

layer EquatorMathEquator and Prime Meridian

layer Prime MeridianMathEquator and Prime Meridian

layer Practice PointsMathPoint locations of 4 places (Argentina, Iceland, Nepal, New Zealand) that will be referenced in the math lesson.

Webmap Euclidean vs Non-EuclideanMathMap that compares Euclidean to NonEuclidean Geometry

layer CitiesMath1 point each for Asheville, NC and Mount Everest.

layer Straight Line RouteMathEquator line, plus 2 lines connecting Asheville, NC to Mount Everest: straightline on mercator projection, and great circle line.

layer EquatorMathEquator line, plus 2 lines connecting Asheville, NC to Mount Everest: straightline on mercator projection, and great circle line.

layer Great CircleMathEquator line, plus 2 lines connecting Asheville, NC to Mount Everest: straightline on mercator projection, and great circle line.

Webmap Area & perimeter at the mallMathMap that compares Euclidean to NonEuclidean Geometry

Webmap Measuring Crop CirclesMathUse remotely sensed data to estimate and measure the area of (centerpivot irrigation) crop circles.

Webmap Area of a complex figureMathFind the area of a complex figure through decomposition

layer RectangleMath

layer SquareMath

layer TriangleMath

layer TrapezoidMath

Webmap Similar triangles v2MathFind the distance across the Mississippi River using indirect measurements and similar triangles.

layer Similar Triangles-verticesMathVertices of 2 similar triangles.

layer Similar Triangles-sidesMathEdges of 2 similar triangles.

Webmap Constructing perpendicular bisectors v2MathStarting with the location of all Life Flight hospitals in a state students will use perpendicular bisectors to draw boundaries between Life Flight regions which will inform first responders.

layer Nearest Hospital boundariesMathBoundary lines between Asheville, Charlotte, and WinstonSalem hospitals based on flight radius rings from each respective hospital. Created from PerpendicularBisectors layer cropped to North Carolina outline.

layer Charlotte/Winston-Salem Ranges and BoundaryMathPerpendicular bisectors separating flight radius rings between Asheville, Charlotte, and WinstonSalem hospitals. Drawn in Web Mercator projection so they're straight lines on the web map. Also include 150mile radius circles for these 3 hospitals so they can be displayed in same layer as bisector in web map.

layer Asheville/Winston-Salem Ranges and BoundaryMathPerpendicular bisectors separating flight radius rings between Asheville, Charlotte, and WinstonSalem hospitals. Drawn in Web Mercator projection so they're straight lines on the web map. Also include 150mile radius circles for these 3 hospitals so they can be displayed in same layer as bisector in web map.

layer Asheville/Charlotte boundaryMathPerpendicular bisectors separating flight radius rings between Asheville, Charlotte, and WinstonSalem hospitals. Drawn in Web Mercator projection so they're straight lines on the web map. Also include 150mile radius circles for these 3 hospitals so they can be displayed in same layer as bisector in web map.

layer Asheville and Charlotte rangesMathPerpendicular bisectors separating flight radius rings between Asheville, Charlotte, and WinstonSalem hospitals. Drawn in Web Mercator projection so they're straight lines on the web map. Also include 150mile radius circles for these 3 hospitals so they can be displayed in same layer as bisector in web map.

layer Life Flight rangesMathNorth Carolina hospitals with medical helicopter service, and basic information about those services.

layer North Carolina Life Flight hospitalsMathNorth Carolina hospitals with medical helicopter service, and basic information about those services.

layer North Carolina CountiesMathNorth Carolina counties.

Webmap Centers of triangles v2MathFind the point equidistant to each of the three vertices of a triangle

layer CitiesMath

layer LinesMath

layer MidpointsMath

layer Perpendicular BisectorsMath

layer CircumcenterMath

layer CircleMath

Webmap Volume of pyramidsMathMap of the Great Pyramid of Giza

layer Pyramid corner pointsMathCorner points and center point of the Great Pyramid of Giza, Pyramid of Khafre, and Pyramid of Menkaure in the Giza pyramid complex, Egypt, with absolute heights based on ground elevation of 66 meters.

layer Pyramid areasMathBase and face polygons of the Great Pyramid of Giza, Pyramid of Khafre, and Pyramid of Menkaure in the Giza pyramid complex, Egypt, with absolute heights based on ground elevation of 66 meters.

Webmap Beyond religion: The Scarlet Letter v2American LiteratureExplore the religion patterns of the United States and the World beyond the Puritan foundations of the Scarlet Letter.

layer Massachusetts CitiesAmerican LiteratureThe location of the cities of Boston, Plymouth, and Salem in Massachusetts.

layer Congregations by State, 2010American LiteratureThe number of congregations by state in 2010 and the percentage of the population in 2010 that adheres to religious beliefs. Data from the Association of Religion Data Archives, www.TheARDA.com, and were collected by principal investigators Clifford Grammich, Kirk Hadaway, Richard Houseal, Dale E. Jones, Alexei Krindatch, Richie Stanley, Richard H. Taylor.

layer Congregations as Percentage of PopulationAmerican LiteratureThe number of congregations by state in 2010 and the percentage of the population in 2010 that adheres to religious beliefs. Data from the Association of Religion Data Archives, www.TheARDA.com, and were collected by principal investigators Clifford Grammich, Kirk Hadaway, Richard Houseal, Dale E. Jones, Alexei Krindatch, Richie Stanley, Richard H. Taylor.

layer % Adherence in Religion TodayAmerican LiteratureThe number of congregations by state in 2010 and the percentage of the population in 2010 that adheres to religious beliefs. Data from the Association of Religion Data Archives, www.TheARDA.com, and were collected by principal investigators Clifford Grammich, Kirk Hadaway, Richard Houseal, Dale E. Jones, Alexei Krindatch, Richie Stanley, Richard H. Taylor.

layer Colonial ReligionsAmerican Literature

layer Major World ReligionsAmerican LiteratureWorld religions based on Mapping Our World (December 2015 update)

Webmap Virus of Fear: Witchcraft in SalemAmerican LiteratureThe Crucible by Arthur Miller; Explore the geographic context and spatial extent of the witch trials in the American colonies.

layer Salem Witch Trial TownsAmerican LiteratureFocus areas of witch accusations.

layer Colonial Witch AccusationsAmerican Literature300+ locations of colonial witch accusations.

layer The American Colonies populationAmerican Literature

layer North_America_1733American LiteratureThe first large scale map of North America and the most accurate at the time. It shows the extent of the British, French, and Spanish colonial possessions.

Webmap Poe & the Red DeathAmerican LiteratureThe Red Death and it's Influence on Poe.

layer New York and New Orleans, 1821-1890American Literature

layer Tuberculosis Deaths in 1800American LiteratureUS Counties in 1800 from NHGIS with tuberculosis data from PBS.

layer TB Incidence in the United States, 2015American LiteratureThe incidence of Tuberculosis in the United States in 2015.

layer New TB Cases in the World, 2009American LiteratureTuberculosis data for the world, including the Success Rate of Treatment worldwide in 2014, New cases worldwide in 2009, and new cases worldwide in 2015.

layer New TB Cases in the World, 2015American LiteratureTuberculosis data for the world, including the Success Rate of Treatment worldwide in 2014, New cases worldwide in 2009, and new cases worldwide in 2015.

layer Success Rate of Treatment Worldwide, 2014American LiteratureTuberculosis data for the world, including the Success Rate of Treatment worldwide in 2014, New cases worldwide in 2009, and new cases worldwide in 2015.

Webmap The Red Badge of Courage v2American LiteratureLearn about The Battle of Chancellorsville and how it's connected to Crane's 'The Red Badge of Courage'.

layer RBC Geography - CitiesAmerican LiteratureLocations relevant to the novel The Red Badge of Courage.

layer RBC Geography - RiverAmerican LiteratureThe Rappahannock River.

layer Crane's Geography - CitiesAmerican LiteratureBattle icons and town locations to show the events of the Battle of Chancellorsville.

layer Crane's Geography - BattleAmerican LiteratureBattle icons and town locations to show the events of the Battle of Chancellorsville.

layer Civil War BattlesAmerican LiteratureBattles of the American Civil War with statistical information, dates, and descriptions from the National Park Service.

layer United States 1862American LiteratureCivil War map Confederacy green, North red, border states yellow. A pasted down sheet in the bottom margin explains the color coding and gives population statistics for the three regions. There is an ad for "Colton's...Complete Series of War Maps" on the verso of the cover and a pasted down list of Union and Confederate Political and Military leaders on the verso of the map.

Webmap Twain, travel blogger American LiteratureStudents learn how travel and life experiences influenced Mark Twain’s body of work. “Travel is fatal to prejudice.” – Mark Twain

layer Twain’s World – Westward Expansion – Launching LocationsAmerican LiteratureNotes to accompany map of US Trails West, including points for trail launch locations, destinations, and traveler quotes.

layer Twain’s World – Westward Expansion – DestinationAmerican LiteratureNotes to accompany map of US Trails West, including points for trail launch locations, destinations, and traveler quotes.

layer Twain’s World – Westward Expansion – TrailsAmerican LiteratureNational Historic Trails of the National Park Service, with information about start and end city, number of emigrants & dates of travel.

layer Twain’s World – Westward Expansion – US Land AcquisitionsAmerican LiteratureTerritorial land acquisitions of the United States of America for 1:10M scale display.

layer Twain’s World – Civil War – US RiversAmerican LiteratureUS Rivers around the year 1850, generalized for about 1:35M scale and aligned with US_Lakes_1850 layer. Layer adapted from "US Rivers" published by Esri for the Thinking Spatially Using GIS lessons and modified to reflect 1850 conditions.

layer Twain’s World – Civil War – 1860 StatesAmerican LiteratureUS States and Territories in 1860, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:1M scale display

layer Twain’s World – Native American – LandsBattle SitesAmerican LiteratureMajor Native American battle sites

layer Twain’s World – Native American – Overland Historic TrailsAmerican LiteratureHistoric trails to the Western United States with information about start and end city and length of each trail (in miles). This layer derived from Feature Service published by Esri_GeoInquiry_History, "Overland Historic Trails" at http://services.arcgis.com/BG6nSlhZSAWtExvp/ArcGIS/rest/services/Overland_Historic_Trails/FeatureServer Original features modified with corrections and additions. Note this layer has some of the same trails as "National_Historic_Trails" layer in same database, this

layer Twain’s World – Native American – Native_American_landsAmerican Literature

layer Twain's BeginningsAmerican LiteratureTiles of Mark Twain's travel paths and locations in his early life.

layer Twain's TravelsAmerican LiteratureTiles of Mark Twain's travel paths and locations at different stages of his life. Some locations might include letters he wrote while traveling.

Webmap Hurricane Warning!American LiteratureExplore the geographic context of Isaac’s Storm by Erik Larson and Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston.

layer Galveston and Lake OkeechobeeAmerican Literature

layer 1928 Lake Okeechobee HurricaneAmerican Literature

layer 1928 Lake Okeechobee Hurricane TracksAmerican Literature

layer Historic_Major_Hurricane_TracksAmerican LiteratureStorms from IBTrACS that achieved a rating of at least 4 on the SaffirSimpson wind scale classification. Storms reported from 1842 to 2015. IBTrACS v03r07 accessed from NCDC on 12/22/2015. Knapp, K. R., M. C. Kruk, D. H. Levinson, H. J. Diamond, and C. J. Neumann, 2010: The International Best Track Archive for Climate Stewardship (IBTrACS): Unifying tropical cyclone best track data. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 91, 363376. nongonvernment domain doi:10.1175/2009BAMS2755.1

layer 1900 Galveston HurricaneAmerican Literature

layer 1900 Galveston Hurricane TracksAmerican Literature

layer Earth_at_Night_American LiteratureThis layer presents a nighttime view of the Earth that provides an informational and educational view of our planet at night. The image was produced by mosaicking Defense Meteorlogical Satellite Program (DMSP) Operational Linescan System (OLS) satellite images. This system was originally designed to view clouds by moonlight and to map the locations of permanent lights on the Earth's surface. These data are derived from 9 months of observations superimposed on a darkened land surface. ESR

layer Average Sea Surface TemperatureAmerican LiteratureSea surface temperatures from the Nasa Earth Observation grids for the month of each storm.

Webmap Our town, your townAmerican LiteratureStudents explore the essential services in a small American town of 1900 and compare the services that are offered in a community today. Book: Our Town by Thorton Wilder.

layer Grover's Corners Lat/LongAmerican Literature

layer Peterborough's Landmarks 1900American Literature

layer Peterborough 1892American Literature

Webmap Gatsby: Then and nowAmerican LiteratureAmong the ash heaps and millionaires explore the geographic and demographic context of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

layer The Great Gatsby Landmark pointsAmerican LiteraturePoint of interest from the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

layer The Great Gatsby Landmark areasAmerican LiteratureOutlines of geographic areas noted in the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

layer USA Historical Topo MapsAmerican LiteratureUSGS 1:62,500 topo quads from 19001903 Long Island, NY, supporting the GeoInquiries American literature lesson on "The Great Gatsby".

layer USA Median Home Value (2012)American LiteratureThis map shows the median home value in the United States in 2012. The 2012 median home value is an estimate of home value based on total owner occupied units. The median home value for the entire U.S. was $167,749 in 2012. This map shows Esri's 2012 estimates using Census 2010 geographies. The geography depicts States at greater than 50m scale, Counties at 7.5m to 50m scale, Census Tracts at 200k to 7.5m scale, and Census Block Groups at less than 200k scale. Scale Range: 1:591,657,528

layer USA Tapestry Segmentation (2012)American LiteratureThis map shows the dominant lifestyle segment in an area in 2012, based on Esri's Tapestry Segmentation system. The map displays the dominant segment's LifeMode summary group color. The "dominant" segment is most useful at at tract and block group levels. Tapestry Segmentation, Esri's geodemographic market segmentation system, classifies U.S. neighborhoods into 65 segments based on their socioeconomic and demographic composition. For a broader view of markets, segments are grouped

Webmap The mockingbird sings for freedom v2American LiteratureExplore the demographic and geographic context of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

layer AG Gaston MotelAmerican LiteratureMap Notes layer showing location and image of the AG Gaston Motel.

layer Green BookAmerican Literature1483 listings from the Spring 1956 version of The Negro Travelers’ Green Book by Victor H. Green.

layer Great Migration FlowAmerican LiteratureGreat migration flow arrows representing general patterns of migration of African Americans from 19101970.

layer Black Population, 2010 - by StateAmerican LiteraturePresentday US States with attributes about admission to the Union. Based on Natural Earth 50M scale data. Historical population data from NHGIS: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0.

layer Black Population, 2010 - by CountyAmerican LiteratureUSA counties, from Census TIGER, generalized for 1:5 million scale display.

layer Black Population, 1930 - by StateAmerican LiteraturePresentday US States with attributes about admission to the Union. Based on Natural Earth 50M scale data. Historical population data from NHGIS: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0.

layer Black Population, 1930 - by CountyAmerican LiteratureUSA Counties in 1930, with populations by race, with % black. Historical population data from NHGIS: Minnesota Population Center. National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 11.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2016. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V11.0.

Webmap Depression, dust, and SteinbeckAmerican LiteratureStudents learn about the economic environmental and cultural influences in Steinbeck’s work.

layer Of Mice and Men: Soledad, CAAmerican Literature

layer Of Mice and Men: Salinas RiverAmerican Literature

layer Route 66American LiteratureRoute 66 line, split by states. Reference: David Becker (shotbush_BHCGIS) http://beyondmaps.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=6e65009207a9493995d67140a77e9484

layer Dust outlineAmerican LiteratureArea of the most dust during the dust bowl in 1935. Reference: Rick Thomas (rthomas26345) http://beyondmaps.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=ff39d93d16b54a74857c557605e5c2e6

layer Farm count change by county (% difference 1930 to 1940)American Literature

layer Population Change (% difference 1930 to 1940)American Literature

Webmap Dr. King’s Road to a Birmingham Jail v2American LiteratureLearn about events leading up to and beyond MLK’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”

layer Dr. King's LifetimeAmerican Literature

layer Civil Rights Events in Dr. King’s LifetimeAmerican Literature

layer Jim Crow laws-Segregated Public EducationAmerican LiteratureUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display, filtered to only show 8 states with Jim Crow laws.

layer Jim Crow laws-Segregated CircusesAmerican LiteratureUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display, filtered to only show 8 states with Jim Crow laws.

layer Jim Crow laws-Segregated HospitalsAmerican LiteratureUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display, filtered to only show 8 states with Jim Crow laws.

layer Jim Crow laws-Segregated Mental HospitalsAmerican LiteratureUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display, filtered to only show 8 states with Jim Crow laws.

layer Jim Crow laws-Miscegenation ProhibitedAmerican LiteratureUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display, filtered to only show 8 states with Jim Crow laws.

layer Civil War-1850 StatesAmerican LiteratureUS States and Territories in 1850, with total population and slave population attributes, for 1:20M scale display

Webmap Finding Mango Street v3American LiteratureExplore the ethnic diversity of the US states and neighborhoods. The activity was inspired by the author Sandra Cisneros descriptions of the very diverse neighborhoods in The House on Mango Street.

layer Humbolt Park CommunityAmerican Literature

layer USA_Major_CitiesAmerican Literature

layer 2010 USA Diversity IndexAmerican Literature

Webmap F451: Ban or burn the books!American LiteratureExplore banned books population density religion and global literacy related to Fahrenheit 451.

layer All Challenged BooksAmerican LiteratureChallenged books in the United States.

layer Challenged Books - RetainedAmerican LiteratureChallenged books in the United States.

layer Challenged Books - RemovedAmerican LiteratureChallenged books in the United States.

layer Religious Adherence for EvangelicalsAmerican LiteratureThe percentage of the population in 2010 that adheres to evangelical religious beliefs, and the percent of the population that has a university degree.

layer Population with a University DegreeAmerican LiteratureThe percentage of the population in 2010 that adheres to evangelical religious beliefs, and the percent of the population that has a university degree.

layer Global LiteracyAmerican LiteratureAdult Literacy Rate for Male, Female, and Total Population by country for most recent year available. Year of data collection for each country is listed when known. Adult literacy rates are defined as the percentage of people ages 15 and above who can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement about their everyday life. Data Sources: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics, via World Bank DataBank (http://databank

layer Population DensityAmerican LiteratureGridded Population of the World, Version 3 (GPWv3), Future Estimates 2010 consists of estimates of human population for the year 2010 by 2.5 arcminute grid cells.

Webmap Surviving the wild v2American LiteratureExplore banned books population density religion and global literacy related to Fahrenheit 451.

layer Streamflow Gaging Station (NEW)American LiteratureUSGS stream saging station 15518080, LIGNITE C AB MOUTH NR HEALY AK, with stream discharge data from April 28 and July 3rd, 1992.

layer Streamflow Gaging Station (original)American LiteratureUSGS stream saging station 15515060, MARGUERITE C AB EMMA C NR HEALY AK with attribute data from 20140901 21:45:00.

layer Satellite Imagery of Stampede RoadAmerican Literature

layer USA Topo MapsAmerican LiteratureThis map presents land cover imagery for the world and detailed topographic maps for the United States. The map includes the National Park Service (NPS) Natural Earth physical map at 1.24km per pixel for the world at small scales, icubed eTOPO 1:250,000scale maps for the contiguous United States at medium scales, and National Geographic TOPO! 1:100,000 and 1:24,000scale maps (1:250,000 and 1:63,000 in Alaska) for the United States at large scales. The TOPO! maps are seamless, scanned images of U

layer World Population DensityAmerican LiteratureGridded Population of the World, Version 3 (GPWv3), Future Estimates 2010 consists of estimates of human population for the year 2010 by 2.5 arcminute grid cells.

Webmap Cradles of civilizationWorld HistoryExplore the geographic similarities and differences of the locations of the Early River Valley Civilizations.

layer Major RiversWorld HistoryWorld Rivers represents the major rivers of the world for small scale display. The CARTO_SCALE field indicates the approximate maximum scale denominator at which a feature should be displayed. Use it to filter out some rivers at ever smaller scales. From Esri Data and Maps for ArcGIS®, 2014.

layer Early River Valley CivilizationsWorld HistoryEarly River Valley Civilizations including Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Indian, and Chinese civilizations.

layer Arid and semi-arid landsWorld HistoryDesert and Steppe climate zones of the world.

layer Latitude LongitudeWorld HistoryWorld Latitude and Longitude Grids represents a 1 by 1degree latitudelongitude grid covering the world with attributes that allow it to display grids at intervals of 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, and 30 degrees. To display a grid with a 1degree interval, simply display all of the lines. To display a coarser grid (e.g., a 15degree interval), in the Layer Properties dialog box, add the DEGREE15 attribute value equal to Y.

layer World Population Density 2015World HistoryEstimates of human population for the year 2015 by 2.5 arcminute grid cells. 2015 global population density from CIESIN Gridded Population of the World version 4. Center for International Earth Science Information Network CIESIN Columbia University. 2016. Gridded Population of the World, Version 4 (GPWv4): Population Density. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). http://dx.doi.org/10.7927/H4NP22DQ Accessed 5 April 2017.

layer Landsat Shaded BasemapWorld HistoryNatural color, 15meter resolution pansharpened Landsat imagery, enhanced with topographic hillshading and color balancing. Time Enabled: No. Source: GLS datasets are created by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) using GLS2000 Landsat images. These global minimalcloud cover, orthorectified Landsat data products support global assessments of landcover, land coverchange, and ecosystem dynamics such as disturbance and vegetation health.

Webmap Medieval Europe: InvasionsWorld HistoryExamine Viking Magyar and Islamic invasions and their impact on the development of Europe.

layer SourcesWorld HistoryMap notes for Medieval European Invasions.

layer European CastlesWorld HistoryCastles in Europe includes century, founder, and castle type.

layer Invasion RoutesWorld History

layer Viking Settlements & RaidsWorld HistoryScandinavian settlements in Europe.

layer HomelandsWorld HistoryViking, Muslim, and Magyar homelands in europe (7001000).

Webmap Post-WWI & The League of NationsWorld HistoryAnalyze the geography post World War I Europe Middle East and The League of Nations

layer Map NotesWorld HistoryPoints for map notes in web map.

layer KurdistanWorld History

layer The Mandates, 1923World History

layer League of Nations, 1920World History

layer Europe, 1920World HistoryCountry boundaries for Europe in 1920, after the end of World War I, with attributes for casualties in World War I.

layer Europe, 1916World HistoryCountry boundaries for Europe in 1914, before the start of World War I, with attributes describing military alliance and casualties in World War I.

Webmap The ReformationWorld HistoryLearn about the effects of the Reformation and Counter Reformation.

layer Map NotesWorld HistoryMap notes for The Reformation webmap.

layer World ReligionsWorld HistoryWorld religions based on Mapping Our World (December 2015 update)

layer Religion in Europe, 1600World HistoryReligions in Europe, 1600.Religions, 1600 World History: Modern Times, Glencoe, Jackson Spielvogel; National Geographic. Chapter 12, pg. 399

layer Inquisition TribunalsWorld HistoryLocation of Spanish Inquisition tribunal sites.

layer Jesuit Missions - 16th & 17th CenturyWorld HistoryLocations where Jesuits traveled during the 16th and 17th Century.

layer Minority Religions, 1560World HistoryMinority Religions in Europe, 1560."Religions, 1560" from McDougal Littell, World History: Patterns of Interaction: Student Edition 2007, Chapter 17, pg. 497

layer Dominant Religions, 1560World HistoryDominant Religions in Europe, 1560."Religions, 1560" from McDougal Littell, World History: Patterns of Interaction: Student Edition 2007, Chapter 17, pg. 497

Webmap Africa's bounty and bordersWorld HistoryStudents will learn about reasons for European colonization in Africa and investigate effects of colonialimposed borders.

layer Map NotesWorld HistoryMap notes for Africa Bounty and Borders GeoInquiry.

layer Minerals in AfricaWorld HistoryMinerals throughout the continent of Africa.

layer Ethnic GroupsWorld HistoryEthnic groups throughout Africa.

layer 15 Degree GridWorld HistoryA 15 by 15degree latitudelongitude grid covering the world.

layer Africa 1914World History

layer National Geographic MapWorld HistoryThis map is designed to be used as a general reference map for informational and educational purposes as well as a base map by GIS professionals and other users for creating web maps and web mapping applications. The map was developed by National Geographic and Esri and reflects the distinctive National Geographic cartographic style in a multiscale reference map of the world. The map was authored using data from a variety of leading data providers, including Garmin, HERE, UNEPWCMC, NASA, ESA, US

layer World Physical MapWorld HistoryThis map presents the Natural Earth physical map at 1.24km per pixel for the world and 500m for the coterminous United States. For more information on this map, including our terms of use, visit us online at http://goto.arcgisonline.com/maps/World_Physical_Map

Webmap African independenceWorld HistoryExamine the relationship between methods used to gain independence within Africa and political stability.

layer Case StudiesWorld HistoryPoints for map notes in web map.

layer Number of Coups to 2010World HistoryCountries of Africa in 2017, with attributes about each countries' independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Paths to IndependenceWorld HistoryCountries of Africa in 2017, with attributes about each countries' independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Independent AfricaWorld HistoryCountries of Africa in 2017, with attributes about each countries' independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

Webmap The Silk Roads:Then and now World HistoryThis GeoInquiry will explore the Silk Roads transfer of goods ideas and disease yesterday and today.

layer OasesWorld HistorySelect few oasis cities for the "Oases Became Silk Road Cities Past and Present" layer in the GeoInquiries world history lesson "Along the Silk Roads Then and Now".

layer Iron Silk RoadWorld HistoryRail corridors for proposed TransAsian Railway/Chinese Transcontinental Network, known as the "New Silk Road" or "Iron Silk Road".

layer Silk Road CitiesWorld HistoryImportant trading cities along the old Silk Road and other ancient trade routes.

layer Silk Roads - Trade RoutesWorld HistoryThe old Silk Road and other ancient trade routes.

layer Mountain PeaksWorld HistorySelect few mountain peaks in Asia referenced in the GeoInquiries world history "Along the Silk Roads Then and Now" lesson.

layer Global BiomesWorld HistoryBiomes from World Wildlife Fund Terrestrial Ecoregions defined by the World Wildlife Fund Conservation Science Program. Biomes created by dissolving Terrestrial Ecoregions layer by Biome, then generalized for faster map display. Biome names have been simplified from original WWF biome descriptions.

Webmap The CrusadesWorld HistoryLearn about the causes and chronology of the Crusades between 1095 and 1204.

layer CitiesWorld HistoryCities that were important during the Crusades.

layer SourcesWorld HistoryA Map Notes layer with quotes regarding the crusades.

layer Place NamesWorld HistoryA Map Notes layer showing various text labels relevant to the Crusades.

layer Crusader StoriesWorld HistoryFictional stories recounting the trials of the crusades by various timetypical characters.

layer CrusadesWorld HistoryThe routes of the Crusades, including the First Crusade (10961099), Second Crusade (11471147), Third Crusade (11891192), and the Fourth Crusade (12021204).

layer Crusader StatesWorld HistoryThe Crusader States: Tripoli, Edessa, Kingdom of Jerusalem, and Antioch.

layer Major Religions, 1096World HistoryThe spread of Roman Catholocism, Islam, and Eastern Orthodox religions in Europe in 1096.

Webmap Russian expansion to the seaWorld HistoryThe Expansion of the Russian Empire from 1533 through 1914.

layer Area NamesWorld HistoryData for a Map Notes layer identifying 5 locations in Russia.

layer Territories AcquiredWorld HistoryA Map Notes layer providing information on Russian Expansion.

layer CitiesWorld HistoryA list of Russian cities, and the dates they came under Russian Rule, whether they were port cities, and whether they were icefree in winter.

layer Trans-Siberian RailroadWorld HistoryThe TransSiberian Railroad in 1914.

layer Major RiversWorld HistoryWorld Rivers represents the major rivers of the world for small scale display. The CARTO_SCALE field indicates the approximate maximum scale denominator at which a feature should be displayed. Use it to filter out some rivers at ever smaller scales. From Esri Data and Maps for ArcGIS®, 2014.

layer Russian Empire ExpandsWorld HistoryExpansion of the Russian Empire from 1533 through to 1914.

layer Other EmpiresWorld HistoryPolitical national boundaries for the Ottoman Empire, Persian Empire, British India, German Empire, and AustroHungarian Empire as they were in 1914.

layer World_Physical_MapWorld HistoryThis map presents the Natural Earth physical map at 1.24km per pixel for the world and 500m for the coterminous United States. For more information on this map, including our terms of use, visit us online at http://goto.arcgisonline.com/maps/World_Physical_Map

Webmap The first European Industrial RevolutionWorld HistoryThe First Industrial Revolution Birth and diffusion from 1750 to 1881.

layer Industrial Revolution DiffusionWorld History

layer IndustriesWorld History

layer Major CitiesWorld HistoryTop 10 industrial cities in Great Britain during 1750, 1801, 1861, and 1881.

layer 1850 Great Britain ResourcesWorld HistoryThe top industries in Great Britain in 1850.

layer 1750 Great Britain ResourcesWorld HistoryThe top industries in Great Britain in 1750.

layer 1750 TransportationWorld History

Webmap Early European explorationWorld HistoryEarly European Explorations

layer Map NotesWorld HistoryMap Notes with information about 4 points relevant to the early Explorations of Spain and Portugal.

layer African and Asian Port CitiesWorld HistoryCities important to early European trade in Africa and Asia.

layer Early Portuguese RoutesWorld HistoryThe routes of Gil Eanes and Bartolomeu Dias, explorers for Portugal in the 15th century.

layer Spain's First VoyageWorld HistoryThe route of Christopher Columbus's first voyage.

layer Exploration Routes, 1493-1524World HistoryRoute lines showing the voyages of Christopher Columbus, Vasco Da Gama, and Amerigo Vespucci.

layer Line of DemarcationWorld HistoryThe demarcating line showing the Treaty of Tordesillas, as established on June 7, 1494.

layer Europe 1500World HistoryEuropean territories as of 1500.

layer European Claims, 1700World HistoryAll North American territories including the 13 American colonies around the year 1700, at 1:50M scale.

Webmap Trade and the Black DeathWorld HistoryExploration of transportation routes and diffusion of the Black Plague

layer LocationsWorld HistoryPoints with information related to the plague/black death and travel on the old silk road.

layer Black Death Cities: Europe AnimationWorld HistoryEuropean Cities impacted by the Black Plague, interpreted from the book The Great Mortality an Intimate History of the Black Death by John Kelly. Source data from BlackDeathCitie_Europe feature service by Aaron Van Audenhove: http://services.arcgis.com/6dxqrE38upDMg1va/arcgis/rest/services/BlackDeathCitie_Europe/FeatureServer

layer European Trade CitiesWorld HistoryMajor trade cities around Europe during Medieval times.

layer European Overland Trade RoutesWorld HistorySome land routes are from Harvard University's "Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations" (DARMC) which is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialShareAlike 4.0 International License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/byncsa/4.0/). DARMC Scholarly Data Series Citation: McCormick, M. et al. 2013. "Roman Road Network (version 2008)," DARMC Scholarly Data Series, Data Contribution Series #20135. DARMC, Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard University, Cambridge

layer European Shipping RoutesWorld HistorySome land routes are from Harvard University's "Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations" (DARMC) which is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNonCommercialShareAlike 4.0 International License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/byncsa/4.0/). DARMC Scholarly Data Series Citation: McCormick, M. et al. 2013. "Roman Road Network (version 2008)," DARMC Scholarly Data Series, Data Contribution Series #20135. DARMC, Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard University, Cambridge

layer Silk Road CitiesWorld HistoryImportant trading cities along the old Silk Road and other ancient trade routes.

layer Maritime Silk RoadWorld HistoryThe old Silk Road and other ancient trade routes.

layer Silk RoadWorld HistoryThe old Silk Road and other ancient trade routes.

Webmap Age of NapoleonWorld HistoryStudents will learn about the rise and fall of the French empire during the reign of Napoleon.

layer Map NotesWorld HistoryMap notes for Age of Napoleon webmap.

layer Important Battle SitesWorld HistoryLayer showing important battle sites during Age of Napoleon.

layer Russian InvasionWorld HistoryLine layer showing the advancement and retreat of Napoleon Troops.

layer Continental SystemWorld HistoryLayer showing France’s blockade/embargo around Europe.

layer Europe 1815World HistoryLayer showing European borders as of 1815.

layer France, 1804 BorderWorld History

layer Napoleonic FranceWorld History

Webmap Latin American independenceWorld HistoryThis GeoInquiry will explore the factors leading to the independence movement of Latin American colonies.

layer RevolutionsWorld HistoryMap Notes for "Latin America – The Age of Revolutions" webmap.

layer Latin America, 1784World History1784 Latin American colonies.Holt, Rinehart and Winston. "Holt World History: The Human Journey", 2005.

layer Latin America Countries - IndependenceWorld HistoryCurrent Latin American countries. Includes Date of Independence and Former Sovereign data.

Webmap Cooperation since 1945World HistoryIdentify and explain different types of international cooperation since 1945.

layer Map NotesWorld HistoryPoints for map notes in web map.

layer Iron CurtainWorld HistoryThe Iron Curtain line representing the boundary dividing Europe into Eastern communist and Western noncommunist countries 1945 until the end of the Cold War in 1991. With notes in the attributes for Cold War map lesson.

layer United NationsWorld HistoryCountries of the world in 2017, with attributes about trade blocs, Schengen Area, OPEC, EU, UN, communist government, and year of independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Cold War EuropeWorld HistoryCountries of the world in 1979, with attribute whether or not it had a communist government. Based on Natural Earth 1:10M data.

layer Divided GermanyWorld HistoryCountry boundaries in 1945 for Europe and neighboring countries, including the sectors of control for postWWII Germany.

layer European UnionWorld HistoryCountries of the world in 2017, with attributes about trade blocs, Schengen Area, OPEC, EU, UN, communist government, and year of independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer OPECWorld HistoryCountries of the world in 2017, with attributes about trade blocs, Schengen Area, OPEC, EU, UN, communist government, and year of independence. Based on Natural Earth 1:50M data.

layer Trade BlocsWorld HistoryMajor Trade Blocs of the world.

Webmap Topography and our national heritage - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA map of the Yosemite valley to practice topo map reading skills

layer USA Topo MapsEarth ScienceThis map presents land cover imagery for the world and detailed topographic maps for the United States. The map includes the National Park Service (NPS) Natural Earth physical map at 1.24km per pixel for the world at small scales, icubed eTOPO 1:250,000scale maps for the contiguous United States at medium scales, and National Geographic TOPO! 1:100,000 and 1:24,000scale maps (1:250,000 and 1:63,000 in Alaska) for the United States at large scales. The TOPO! maps are seamless, scanned images of U

Webmap Using remote sensing to avoid disasters - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map about landslides using Osa WA as a case study

layer Oso landslide area of interestEarth Science

layer Hillshade Post SlideEarth Science

Image based copy of Data for the Oso Landslide that was acquired in reponse to the emergency situation. No ground control checkpoints were collected at the time of acquisition.

 

Original Data created by:

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layer Oso Image After LandslideEarth ScienceTrimmed version of the preliminary orthomosaic image of Oso Slide Area along State Route 530, north of Arlington, Washington, USA. The *imagery was acquired on 3/24/2014 at about 12:30 pm. The original image is being used for the "Before and After the Hwy 530 Landslide" story map web mapping application. Original image source: ftp://ftp.wsdot.wa.gov/public/Photogrammetry/SR530%202014%20Slide/

layer Oso Image Before LandslideEarth Science

Webmap Mining the world’s most used minerals - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry investigation of natural resource mines and their refineries

layer Metal Smelters and Refining CentersEarth Science

layer Copper Mine DensEarth ScienceMRData division of the USGS. List of global mines and refining centers.

layer Iron Mine DensEarth ScienceMRData division of the USGS. List of global mines and refining centers.

layer Aluminum Mine DensityEarth ScienceMRData division of the USGS. List of global mines and refining centers.

layer Gold Mine DensityEarth ScienceMRData division of the USGS. List of global mines and refining centers.

Webmap Rock types tell stories - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceBasic rock types in North America

layer NA Rock TypesEarth Science

layer World Physical MapEarth ScienceThis map presents the Natural Earth physical map at 1.24km per pixel for the world and 500m for the coterminous United States. For more information on this map, including our terms of use, visit us online at http://goto.arcgisonline.com/maps/World_Physical_Map

Webmap North American landforms - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map with guided tour and inquiry on landforms of North America

layer North American LandformsEarth Science

layer World Shaded ReliefEarth ScienceThis map portrays surface elevation as shaded relief. This map is used as a basemap layer to add shaded relief to other GIS maps, such as the ArcGIS Online World Street Map. It is especially useful in maps that do not contain orthoimagery. The map resolution (cell size) is as follows: 30 Meters for the U.S. 90 Meters for all land areas between 60° north and 56° south latitude. 1 KM resolution above 60° north and 56° south. The shaded relief imagery was developed by Esri using GTOPO30, Shuttle Ra

layer USA Topo MapsEarth ScienceThis map presents land cover imagery for the world and detailed topographic maps for the United States. The map includes the National Park Service (NPS) Natural Earth physical map at 1.24km per pixel for the world at small scales, icubed eTOPO 1:250,000scale maps for the contiguous United States at medium scales, and National Geographic TOPO! 1:100,000 and 1:24,000scale maps (1:250,000 and 1:63,000 in Alaska) for the United States at large scales. The TOPO! maps are seamless, scanned images of U

Webmap The earth moves under our feet - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map using USGS and IRIS seismograph heliplots to determine earthquake epicenters

layer Who Felt VA 2011 QuakeEarth Science

layer Global Seismographic NetworkEarth Science

layer Earthquake FaultsEarth ScienceThis map layer contains locations and information on faults and associated folds, in the United States, that are believed to be sources of significant earthquakes (those of magnitude 6 or greater) during the past 1,600,000 years. A fault is a fracture or zone of fractures in the Earth's crust, along which the blocks of crust have moved relative to one another; an earthquake is the result of such a movement. Folds are curves or bends in rock layers. The Quaternary Faults and Fold database con

Webmap Plate type effect on volcanoes - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map with volcano investigation to find how plate boundary type impacts the formation of volcanoes near them

layer Plate BoundariesEarth Science

layer Global VolcanoesEarth Science

Webmap Mountain building - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map of major continental ranges

layer Volcanoes GlobalEarth Science

layer World Mountain RangesEarth Science

layer Tectonic BoundariesEarth Science

layer Ranges Away From BoundariesEarth Science

layer Plate Motions (mm / year)Earth ScienceAverage plate motions using velocity arrows and labels with the magnitude of the motion

Webmap A river runs through it - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map of rivers and their watersheds for users to determine major drainage basins and river features

layer US Watershed BoundariesEarth Science

layer World RiversEarth Science
This tile layer is designed to provide a a hydrologically oriented set of features to use with the World Terrain Base Layer or other simple base maps. The map features a hydrocentric design based on the amount of water flowing within the drainage network such that symbols of the same size and color represent roughly the same amount of water. 

This

layer World Shaded ReliefEarth Science

layer Light Gray BaseEarth ScienceThis map draws attention to your thematic content by providing a neutral background with minimal colors, labels, and features. Only key information is represented to provide geographic context, allowing your data to come to the foreground. This light gray map supports any strong colors, creating a visually compelling map graphic which helps your reader see the patterns intended. This map was developed by Esri using HERE data, Garmin basemap layers, OpenStreetMap contributors, Esri basemap data,

Webmap Ocean features - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceEsri's ocean's base map with cross section depth profiles and small scale regions

layer ContinentsEarth Science

layer Volcanic HotspotsEarth Science

layer VolcanoesGlobalEarth Science

layer Plate BoundariesEarth Science

layer Ocean FeaturesEarth Science

layer Plate MotionsEarth ScienceAverage plate motions using velocity arrows and labels with the magnitude of the motion

Webmap Fluid Earth: Winds and currents - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map for discovering interactions of winds waters and energy in the Earth System

layer Prevailing WindsEarth ScienceGeneralized prevailing winds due to global air circulation patterns

layer Spring Ocean Surface TemperatureEarth ScienceSpring ocean surface temperature to illustrate warm and cold water currents.

layer Ocean CurrentsEarth Science30 year average surface temperatures from 1960 to 1990 as first published in Esri's ArcAtlas. Areas of equal temperature were joined by union before simplifying the boundaries down to a 4MB file.

Webmap How’s the weather? - Earth Science GeoInquiriesEarth ScienceA geoinquiry map of US weather map of a spring 2007 day based on Weatherbug sensor network

layer Weather StationsEarth Science

Webmap Tropical storms - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map showing hurricane tracks and meteorologic conditions of the storms of 2005

layer Hurricane Wind StrengthEarth Science

layer Hurricanes 2005Earth Science

layer Sea Temperatures 05 (degs C)Earth ScienceSea surface temperatures from the Nasa Earth Observation grids for the month of each storm.

Webmap Climate change - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map investigating regional patterns to changes in temperatures

layer CountriesEarth Science

layer Climate Shifts Koeppen-GeigerEarth ScienceThis service time enables a series of world maps for the extended period 19012100 to depict global trends in observed climate and projected climate change scenarios. These world maps were downloaded from the Institute for Veterinary Public Health’s website here: http://koeppengeiger.vuwien.ac.at/shifts.htm This updated world map of KöppenGeiger climate classification was based on temperature and precipitation observations for the period 1951–2000 from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) of the Univ

layer First Quarter 2014 Temp AnomalyEarth ScienceThese maps depict how much warmer or colder a region may be in a given month compared to the norm for that same month in the same region from an average calculated on data from 19511980. Shades of red and orange indicate areas where the average monthly temperatures are warmer than they were in that area during the base period from 19511980. Shades of blue show cooling compared to the base period. Data from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies’ as posted on the NASA Earth Observations

layer Second Quarter 2014 Temp AnomalyEarth ScienceThese maps depict how much warmer or colder a region may be in a given month compared to the norm for that same month in the same region from an average calculated on data from 19511980. Shades of red and orange indicate areas where the average monthly temperatures are warmer than they were in that area during the base period from 19511980. Shades of blue show cooling compared to the base period. Data from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies’ as posted on the NASA Earth Observations

layer Third Quarter 2014 Temp AnomalyEarth ScienceThese maps depict how much warmer or colder a region may be in a given month compared to the norm for that same month in the same region from an average calculated on data from 19511980. Shades of red and orange indicate areas where the average monthly temperatures are warmer than they were in that area during the base period from 19511980. Shades of blue show cooling compared to the base period. Data from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies’ as posted on the NASA Earth Observations

layer Fourth Quarter 2014 Temp AnomalyEarth ScienceThese maps depict how much warmer or colder a region may be in a given month compared to the norm for that same month in the same region from an average calculated on data from 19511980. Shades of red and orange indicate areas where the average monthly temperatures are warmer than they were in that area during the base period from 19511980. Shades of blue show cooling compared to the base period. Data from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies’ as posted on the NASA Earth Observations

Webmap Cracked plates - Earth Science GeoInquiries Earth ScienceA geoinquiry map of quakes boundaries and plate motions to investigate plate boundaries

layer Global Quakes of Large Magnitude 5.8 or GreaterEarth Science

layer South American QuakesEarth Science

layer South American CitiesEarth Science

layer California QuakesEarth Science

layer Caribbean QuakesEarth Science

layer Mid Atlantic QuakesEarth Science

layer Plate BoundariesEarth Science

layer Relative Motion at Plate BoundariesEarth Science

layer Absolute Plate MotionsEarth ScienceAverage plate motions using velocity arrows and labels with the magnitude of the motion

Webmap The Beagle's path - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental SciencePath Darwin partook in service of the survey crew around the world as naturalist on the HMS Beagle. The Beagle's Path Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Global biomesEnvironmental ScienceData gathered from the Esri data and maps content, file originally came from the World Wildlife Fund Terrestrial Ecoregions. The boundaries been generalized to improve the preformance online and similar ecoregions have been dissolved into general biome layers as is typically covered in elementary and secondary classes.

layer Selected journal highlightsEnvironmental Science

layer Galapagos IslandsEnvironmental ScienceGalápagos Islands with attributes about turtles that inhabit the island or area of the island. Outline of the Galápagos Islands used for spatial orientation and accessing information about each island. Not navigationally accurate. Key stops and place markers to place the voyage of the survey ship HMS Beagle in their work around the world.

layer Path of HMS BeagleEnvironmental ScienceKey stops and place markers to place the voyage of the survey ship HMS Beagle in their work around the world. Polygon arrows for cartographic display in GeoInquiries lesson. There are 2 sets of Galapagos lines, each using different stroke weights (0.1 and 0.25). Use the definition query to filter by "LayerUsage" field to only display 1 set of Galapagos arrows at a time.

layer World globe 1812Environmental ScienceThis globe map is made from a flat map of the world on Mercator's projection. Explorers' routes are shown and the interiors of Africa and Australia are largely unknown at the time.

layer World Ocean ReferenceEnvironmental ScienceThis map service is designed to be used as the reference layer for the ocean base map. The reference layer includes marine water body names, undersea feature names, and derived depth values in meters. Land features include administrative boundaries, cities, inland waters, roads, overlaid on land cover and shaded relief imagery. The reference layer was compiled from a variety of best available sources from several data providers, including General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans GEBCO_08 Grid, IH

Webmap Population dynamics - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceExploring relationships between the age profile of a country and it's population trends. Population dynamics Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Annual % Growth Rate 2015Environmental ScienceCountry demographic Statistics for 2015 from the US Census bureau's international data base

layer popPyramids2015Environmental Science

Webmap Slowing Malaria - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceSlowing Malaria Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Latitude and Longitude - 30 degree gridEnvironmental ScienceA 30 by 30degree latitudelongitude grid covering the world.

layer Sickle CellEnvironmental SciencePredicted frequency of sickle haemoglobin alleles, 2010. 
Description from Malaria Atlas Project: Estimates were based on data from community surveys which fed into a geostatistical model configured to generate gene frequency estimates. The model output a range of estimates (a posterior distribution) at each location (~5x5km) and the mean estimate for each location is shown on the above map. 
Data source: Malaria Atlas Project (http://www.map.ox.ac.uk/browseresources/sicklecell/HbS_freq/

layer Endemic Africa: P. falc. Incidence, 2000Environmental SciencePlasmodium falciparium Incidence Rate, year 2000. 
 Description from Malaria Atlas Project: Pixellevel mean rate of clinical Plasmodium falciparium malaria cases per person per year observed; a demographicallyweighted mean of the clinical incidence rate in each of three key age cohorts (05, 515, 15+ y/o). A clinical case is defined as a malariaattributable febrile episode (body temperature in excess of 37.5 C), typically accompanied by headaches, nausea, excess sweating and/or fatigue, cens

layer Endemic Africa: P. falc. Incidence, 2015Environmental SciencePlasmodium falciparium Incidence Rate, year 2015. 
Description from Malaria Atlas Project: Pixellevel mean rate of clinical Plasmodium falciparium malaria cases per person per year observed; a demographicallyweighted mean of the clinical incidence rate in each of three key age cohorts (05, 515, 15+ y/o). A clinical case is defined as a malariaattributable febrile episode (body temperature in excess of 37.5 C), typically accompanied by headaches, nausea, excess sweating and/or fatigue, censo

layer P.falciparum distributionEnvironmental Science

layer Dominant Mosquito Vector WorldwideEnvironmental ScienceDominant Mosquito Vector, Worldwide. 
Data source: Malaria Atlas Project (http://www.map.ox.ac.uk/browseresources/sicklecell/HbS_freq/world/)


layer World_Relief_MapEnvironmental Science

Webmap Megacities v2Environmental ScienceGrowth of major cities around the world

layer World Urban SprawlEnvironmental Science

layer Tokyo 1929Environmental Science1929

layer Tokyo 1954Environmental Science1954

layer Tokyo 1972Environmental Science1972

layer Tokyo Populated AreasEnvironmental Science

layer Tokyo_BaseEnvironmental Science

layer Earth at NightEnvironmental ScienceThis layer presents a nighttime view of the Earth that provides an informational and educational view of our planet at night. The image was produced by mosaicking Defense Meteorlogical Satellite Program (DMSP) Operational Linescan System (OLS) satellite images. This system was originally designed to view clouds by moonlight and to map the locations of permanent lights on the Earth's surface. These data are derived from 9 months of observations superimposed on a darkened land surface. ESR

Webmap Down to the last drop - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceAral sea land use resulting in a drying basin. Down to the last drop Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Aral Sea Dust ImpactEnvironmental Science

layer Aral Sea Watershed DamsEnvironmental Science

layer Aral Sea Source RiversEnvironmental ScienceSource rivers of the Aral Sea.

layer Irrigated Lands In Aral WatershedEnvironmental Science

layer Aral Sea, 2000 (image) & 1960 (black outline)Environmental ScienceAral Sea 2000 satellite image with 1960 comparison line from NASA Earth Observatory. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/WorldOfChange/aral_sea.php

Webmap Tropical deforestation - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceTropical deforestation Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Geographic LinesEnvironmental Science

layer BiomesEnvironmental ScienceBiomes from World Wildlife Fund Terrestrial Ecoregions defined by the World Wildlife Fund Conservation Science Program. Biomes created by dissolving Terrestrial Ecoregions layer by Biome, then generalized for faster map display. Biome names have been simplified from original WWF biome descriptions.

layer Biodiversity HotspotsEnvironmental ScienceIn total, this updated analysis reveals the existence of 34 biodiversity hotspots, each holding at least 1,500 endemic plant species, and having lost at least 70 percent of its original habitat extent. Overall, the 34 hotspots once covered 15.7 percent of the Earth's land surface. In all, 86 percent of the hotspots' habitat has already been destroyed, such that the intact remnants of the hotspots now cover only 2.3 percent of the Earth’s land surface. http://www.conservation.org/where/p

layer Forest Loss (by year)Environmental ScienceThis data set provides a disaggregation of total forest loss to annual time scales. Encoded as either 0 (no loss) or else a value in the range 1–14, representing loss detected primarily in the year 2001–2014, respectively. This global dataset contain unsigned 8bit values and have a spatial resolution of 1 arcsecond per pixel, or approximately 30 meters per pixel at the equator. Quantification of global forest change has been lacking despite the recognized importance of forest ecosystem services.

layer Rondonia, Brazil Satellite Image-2000Environmental ScienceMODIS True Color image of Rondonia, Brazil on July 30, 2000.

layer Rondonia, Brazil Satellite Image-2004Environmental ScienceMODIS True Color image of Rondonia, Brazil on August 1, 2004.

layer Rondonia, Brazil Satellite Image-2008Environmental ScienceMODIS True Color image of Rondonia, Brazil on July 29, 2008.

Webmap Dead zones - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceExplore water pollution and its impact on marine life. Dead zones Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer World Hydro Reference OverlayEnvironmental Science
This tile layer is designed to provide a a hydrologically oriented set of features to use with the World Terrain Base Layer or other simple base maps. The map features a hydrocentric design based on the amount of water flowing within the drainage network such that symbols of the same size and color represent roughly the same amount of water. 

This

layer Seafloor Dissolved OxygenEnvironmental ScienceThis service is available to all ArcGIS Online users with organizational accounts. For more information on this service, including the terms of use, visit us online at http://goto.arcgisonline.com/oceans2/Seafloor_Dissolved_Oxygen.

layer GLDAS RunoffEnvironmental Science

layer Chlorophyll-a ConcentrationEnvironmental Science

layer World Land CoverEnvironmental ScienceThis service is available to all ArcGIS Online users with organizational accounts. For more information on this service, including the terms of use, visit us online at http://goto.arcgisonline.com/landscape7/World_Land_Cover_ESA_2010.

Webmap El Nino - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceEl Nino and climate Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly: January 2008Environmental ScienceGlobal Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly: January, 2008
Description from NASA Earth Observations: Sea surface temperature is the temperature of the top millimeter of the ocean's surface. An anomaly is when something is different from normal, or average. A sea surface temperature anomaly is how different the ocean temperature at a particular location at a particular time is from the normal temperatures for that place.
Data source: Jesse Allen, NASA's Earth Observatory, using S

layer Water Equivalent Anomaly: September 2009Environmental ScienceGlobal Water Equivalent Anomaly: September 2009
Description from NASA Earth Observations: The map is blue when there was more water than average and red when there was less water than average. The liquid water equivalent is measured in centimeters of water.
Data source: NASA Earth Observatory based on GRACE land data processed by Sean Swenson, supported by the NASA MEASURES Program. http://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/view.php?datasetId=GRACE_LWE_M&date=20090901


layer Global Temperature Anomaly: January 2016Environmental ScienceGlobal Temperature Anomaly: January, 2016
Description from NASA Earth Observations: Shades of red and orange indicate areas where the average monthly temperatures are warmer than they were in that area during the base period from 19511980. Shades of blue show cooling compared to the base period. So if New England is red in a March of a given year, then it is warmer than the average March in New England from 19511980. If part of Canada is blue in August, then it is cooler than the average for

layer Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly: January 2016Environmental ScienceGlobal Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly: January 1, 2016
Description from NASA Earth Observations: Sea surface temperature is the temperature of the top millimeter of the ocean's surface. An anomaly is when something is different from normal, or average. A sea surface temperature anomaly is how different the ocean temperature at a particular location at a particular time is from the normal temperatures for that place.
Data source: NOAA Coral Reef Watch


layer Snow cover: January 2016Environmental ScienceGlobal Snow Cover, January 2016
Description from NASA Earth Observations: The white areas show lands that were completely snowcovered on the dates shown. The light blue shades show regions in which there was only partial snow cover.
Data source: Images by Reto Stockli, NASA's Earth Observatory, using data courtesy the MODIS Land Science Team at Goddard Space Flight Center. (http://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/view.php?datasetId=MOD10C1_M_SNOW&date=20160101)


Webmap Marine debris - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceMap shows gyres and ocean trash trapped in gyres. Marine debris Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinnquiries

layer Blue Whale ConcentrationEnvironmental Science

layer Spokane Downstream TraceEnvironmental Science

layer Major Ocean CurrentsEnvironmental ScienceMajor wind driven ocean currents of the world, represented as polygons optimized for cartographic display with arrowheads at scales between 1:30,000,000 1:100,000,000. This layer is a copied subset of Major_Ocean_Currents_arrowPolys features whose SCALE = 30,000,000. Currents are color coded to indicate warm and cold currents. The ocean currents data was compiled from the NOAA National Weather Service (http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/ocean/currents_max.htm) and the US Army (https://commons

layer Prevailing WindsEnvironmental ScienceGeneralized prevailing winds due to global air circulation patterns

Webmap Primary productivity - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental SciencePrimary productivity Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Net Primary Productivity: September 2015Environmental ScienceNet Primary Productivity in September 2015. 
Description from NASA Earth Observations: The colors on these maps indicate how fast carbon was taken in for every square meter of land for the time span indicated. Values range from 1.0 grams of carbon per square meter per day (tan) to 6.5 grams per square meter per day (dark green). A negative value means decomposition or respiration overpowered carbon absorption; more carbon was released to the atmosphere than the plants took in. 
Sou

layer Rainfall, September 2015Environmental ScienceRainfall in millimeters for the month of September 2015, measured by the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite. Dark blue areas show where a lot of rain has fallen. Pale green to turquoise show increasing amounts of rainfall. Source: NASA Earth Observations (hhttp://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/view.php?datasetId=TRMM_3B43M&date=20150901)

layer Active Fires, September 2015Environmental ScienceActive fires in September 2015. 
Description from NASA Earth Observations: The red, orange, and yellow pixels on these maps show the locations where the MODIS instrument detects actively burning fires. Don't be fooled by sizes of some of the bright splotches on these maps. The colors represent a count of the number of fires observed within a 1,000squarekilometer area. Red pixels show

layer Leaf Area Index, September 2015Environmental ScienceThe Leaf Area Index (LEI) measures the square meters of leaf area covering 1 square meter of ground area. The colors in this palette range from tan, showing little or no leaf cover, to light green, indicating the area is entirely covered by one layer of leaves, to dark green showing thick forest canopies, where seven or more layers of leaves cover an area. Source: NASA Earth Observations (http://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/view.php?datasetId=MOD15A2_M_LAI&date=20150901)

layer Leaf Area Index, March 2016Environmental ScienceThe Leaf Area Index (LEI) measures the square meters of leaf area covering 1 square meter of ground area. The colors in this palette range from tan, showing little or no leaf cover, to light green, indicating the area is entirely covered by one layer of leaves, to dark green showing thick forest canopies, where seven or more layers of leaves cover an area. Source: NASA Earth Observations (http://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/view.php?datasetId=MOD15A2_M_LAI&date=20160301)

layer True Color Earth: March 21, 2016Environmental ScienceImagery from the Land Atmosphere Near realtime Capability for EOS (LANCE) system and services from the Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS), both operated by the NASA Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS). Image from March 21, 2016.

Webmap Spinning up wind power - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceMap supporting the geoinquiry Spinning Up Wind Power Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer US StatesEnvironmental Science

layer CREZ (Competitive Renewable Energy Zones)Environmental ScienceProvides a general idea of the Public Utility Commission (PUC) approved routes of the CREZ 345kV transmission lines. This dataset, created in August of 2011, represents zones where transmission facilities provide renewable wind power energy. This file provides the approximate locations of the approved routes of the CREZ transmission line projects. This file was created by Julie Wicker of TPWD in 2011 by extracting the approved routes from the individual shapefiles of all the studied routes and

layer Texas Wind TurbinesEnvironmental ScienceOnshore industrial wind power turbines in Texas through 2013. Data sources: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Digital Obstacle File; wind turbines from FAA were used as a base digital file http://tod.faa.gov/tod/public/TOD_DOF.html USGS Data Series DS817: Diffendorfer, J.E., Compton, Roger, Kramer, Louisa, Ancona, Zach, and Norton, Donna, 2014, Onshore industrial wind turbine locations for the United States through July 2013 (ver.1.1, May 2015): U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 817, http:

layer Wind CapacityEnvironmental ScienceUS Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

layer Wind direction and speedEnvironmental Science

Webmap Altered biomes - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceNative grasslands loss and the species that depend on the. Altered biomes Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Current Range (Occupied)Environmental Science

layer Original Range (Unoccupied)Environmental Science

layer Acquired Range (late 1800's)Environmental Science

layer Greater Prairie Chicken PreservesEnvironmental Science

layer N. American GrasslandsEnvironmental Science

layer N. American Ecoregions IIIEnvironmental Science

layer Prairie LossEnvironmental Science

layer Equator_30sEnvironmental Science

layer BiomesEnvironmental ScienceData gathered from the Esri data and maps content, file originally came from the World Wildlife Fund Terrestrial Ecoregions. The boundaries been generalized to improve the preformance online and similar ecoregions have been dissolved into general biome layers as is typically covered in elementary and secondary classes.

layer Global Human Footprint Index 2Environmental ScienceThe Global Human Footprint dataset of the Last of the Wild Project, version 2, 2005 (LWPv2) is the Human Influence Index (HI) normalized by biome and realm. The Human Footprint Index (HF) map, expresses as a percentage the relative human influence in each terrestrial biome.

Further Information: http://sedac.ci

Webmap Resource consumption and wealth - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceThis activity highlights patterns of poverty and wealth in order to address over consumption and resource extraction. Resource consumption and wealth Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Adult Literacy Rate by countryEnvironmental ScienceAdult Literacy Rate for Male, Female, and Total Population by country for most recent year available. Year of data collection for each country is listed when known. Adult literacy rates are defined as the percentage of people ages 15 and above who can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement about their everyday life. Data Sources: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics, via World Bank DataBank (http://databank

layer Life Expectancy by country, 2013Environmental ScienceLife Expectancy by country, repeated for each of the following years: 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000, 2010, 2013 to enable timeseries display using the YEAR attribute. Life expectancy values are included for males, females, and total population. Life expectancy at birth indicates the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of its birth were to stay the same throughout its life. Data Sources: United Nations Population Division. World Population Pr

layer Energy Use by country, 2010Environmental ScienceEnergy Use (Million Btu) per capita by country for each of the following years: 1980, 1990, 2000 & 2010 to enable timeseries display using the YEAR attribute. Energy Use is represented as Millions of Btu per capita. Energy consumption includes the consumption of petroleum, dry natural gas, coal, and net nuclear, hydroelectric, and nonhydroelectric renewable electricity. Energy Use data source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (June 2016) (http://www.eia.gov/beta/international/). Country sh

layer Gross National Income by country, 2014Environmental ScienceGross National Income (GNI) per Capita based on purchasing power parity (current international $) by country, repeated for each of the following years: 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2014 to enable timeseries display using the YEAR attribute. GNI based on purchasing power parity rates allows for easier comparison of countries by taking into account price differences between countries. GNI is the sum of value added by all resident producers plus any product taxes (less subsidies) not included in

layer Human Development Index by country, 1980-2010 time seriesEnvironmental ScienceCountries from Natural Earth 50M scale data with a Human Development Index attribute, repeated for each of the following years: 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, & 2013, to enable timeseries display using the YEAR attribute. The Human Development Index measures achievement in 3 areas of human development: long life, good education and income. Specifically, the index is computed using life expectancy at birth, Mean years of schooling, expected years of schooling, and gross national income

Webmap The human journey - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceThis activity follows the path of human migration from Africa to the far reaches of the globe. The human journey Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Continental People GroupsEnvironmental Science

layer Hominid Ranges Outside AfricaEnvironmental Science

layer Human Migration from AfricaEnvironmental ScienceRoutes of historical human migrations out of Africa, with date labels. 
Human Migration from Africa routes derived from Esri service: http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=65f87a4c4ffa404580806766f4a2a28d 
National Geographic sponsored Genographic Project's model of human migration in peopling the planet.


layer Austronesian ExpansionEnvironmental ScienceRoutes of historical human migrations, with date labels. 
Austronesian Expansion route data derived from Esri service: http://beyondmaps.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=a2248b77fa294214940d4d9eae888d31
Model of human migration in peopling the pacific islands based on National geographic's sponsored work in the Genographic project crossreferenced with Jered Diamond's work in Guns Germs and Steel.


layer Type O Blood DistributionEnvironmental ScienceGlobal distribution of O blood type allele in native populations, by percent of population. Data derived from Muntuwandi at en.wikipedia, "Distribution of blood type O in the world.", which is based on maps from A. E. Mourant et.al., The Distribution of the Human Blood Groups and Other Polymorphisms, 2nd ed. (1976).

layer Type B Blood DistributionEnvironmental ScienceGlobal distribution of B blood type allele in native populations, by percent of population. Data derived from Muntuwandi at en.wikipedia, "Distribution of blood type B in the world.", which is based on maps from A. E. Mourant et.al., The Distribution of the Human Blood Groups and Other Polymorphisms, 2nd ed. (1976).

layer Type A Blood DistributionEnvironmental ScienceGlobal distribution of A blood type allele in native populations, by percent of population. Data derived from Muntuwandi at en.wikipedia, "Distribution of blood type A in the world.", which is based on maps from A. E. Mourant et.al., The Distribution of the Human Blood Groups and Other Polymorphisms, 2nd ed. (1976).

Webmap Investigating biodiversity - Environmental Science GeoInquiriesEnvironmental ScienceInvestigating biodiversity Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Global biomesEnvironmental ScienceData gathered from the Esri data and maps content, file originally came from the World Wildlife Fund Terrestrial Ecoregions. The boundaries been generalized to improve the preformance online and similar ecoregions have been dissolved into general biome layers as is typically covered in elementary and secondary classes.

layer Abundance of original speciesEnvironmental Science

layer Vascular plant diversityEnvironmental ScienceThis map shows the species richness of vascular plants, plotted as a world density surface. It is based on some 1,400 literature records from different geographic units, with richness values as mapped calculated on a standard area of 10,000 sq km using a single speciesarea curve. Value categories range between extremes of more than 5,000 species and fewer than 100 species per 10,000 sq km. This datset was used in the World Atlas of Biodiversity: Earths Living Resources in the 21st Century, Groom

layer Flowering plant diversityEnvironmental Science

Flowering Plant Family Diversity Global diversity of flowering plants represented as a density surface derived from distribution maps for 284 nonaquatic plant families. The maximum number of families in a single location is 182.

Source: Compiled primarily from Heywood, V.H. (ed.) 1993. Flowering Plants of the World. B.T. Batsford Ltd, London. In Groombridge B. and Jenkins M.D (2002) World Atlas of Biodiversity. Prepared by the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre, University o


layer Global mammal diversityEnvironmental Science

Global Carnivora mammal diversity represented by the total number of native, extant species.

Data from biodiversitymapping.org. Text and images on the Biodiversity Mapping website are for the personal, notforprofit use by students, scholars, educational institutions, and the public. Any such use must name "BiodiversityMapping.org" as the source for the material, with acknowledgement of BirdLife International, IUCN, NatureServe, and USGS where appropriate for their contributio


layer Global mammal carnivore diversityEnvironmental Science

Global Carnivora mammal diversity represented by the total number of native, extant species.

Data from biodiversitymapping.org. Text and images on the Biodiversity Mapping website are for the personal, notforprofit use by students, scholars, educational institutions, and the public. Any such use must name "BiodiversityMapping.org" as the source for the material, with acknowledgement of BirdLife International, IUCN, NatureServe, and USGS where appropriate for their contributio


Webmap Agricultural Changes in GeorgiaGeorgia GeoInquiriesInvestigating biodiversity Environmental Science GeoInquiries at http://www.esri.com/geoinquiries

layer Atlanta Commuting 2015Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Percent African American, 1970Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Percent African American, 1910Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Industries before WW2Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Major Cities in GA in 2016Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Major Cities in GA in 1850Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Agriculture in GA in 2012Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Agriculture in GA in 1950Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Agriculture in GA in 1900Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Agriculture in GA in 1850Georgia GeoInquiries

Webmap Georgia in the Civil WarGeorgia GeoInquiriesMap that accompanies the GeoInquiry Georgia in the Civil War

layer GaCWMapNotesGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer GeorgiaGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Union BlockadeGeorgia GeoInquiriesCivil War Union Blockade of East coast from Chesapeake Bay around to Texas.

layer Major Cities, 1860Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Civil War BattlesGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Important CampaignsGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Northern Railroads, 1861Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Southern Railroads, 1861Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Major RiversGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Major LakesGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer United States, 1861Georgia GeoInquiries

Webmap GaGi - French and Indian WarGeorgia GeoInquiriesMap that accompanies the GeoInquiry Georgia in the Civil War

layer French and Indian War BattlesGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Proclamation Line of 1763Georgia GeoInquiriesProclamation Line of 1763 aligned to Natural Earth 50M scale dataBased on Proclamation Line of 1763 created from NPS source and modified by Maps.com, and aligned to Natural Earth 50M scale data where it follows land borders around Maine.

layer Atlantic RiversGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Major RiversGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Georgia Boundary, 1754Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Georgia Boundary, 1763Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Thirteen Colonies, 1775Georgia GeoInquiriesThirteen American colonies around the year 1763. Based on Natural Earth 50M scale data and cropped by Proclamation Line of 1763 from National Parks Service map.

layer The Thirteen Colonies, 1700Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Territories_1763Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Other Possessions in 1700Georgia GeoInquiriesOther North American territories besides the 13 American colonies around the year 1700, at 1:10M scale. This layer built with coincident borders to AmericanColonies_1700_10M feature class.

Webmap Georgia's Role in National and Global Economy-CopyGeorgia GeoInquiriesMap that accompanies the GeoInquiry Georgia in the Civil War

layer Atlanta - International DestinationsGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Atlanta - International Fkights 2015Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Major Cities in GAGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Primary Airports in GAGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Deepwater Ports in GAGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Railroads in GAGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Major Highways - GeorgiaGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer Pop Change Greater than 2000Georgia GeoInquiries

layer Port_JobsGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer GeorgiaGeorgia GeoInquiries

layer RailTimes_GeorgiaGeorgia GeoInquiriesU.S. States (Generalized) represents the 50 states and the District of Columbia of the United States.

Webmap ShipwrecksMinnesota GeoInquiriesShipwrecks Geoinquiry

layer Shipping Routes 1940Minnesota GeoInquiriesShipping_Routes

layer Split Rock LighthouseMinnesota GeoInquiriesSplitRockLighthouse

layer Fog Horn RangeMinnesota GeoInquiriesSR_FogHorn_Range

layer Light RangeMinnesota GeoInquiriesSR_Light_Range

layer ShipwrecksMinnesota GeoInquiriesShipwreck_Attach

layer Madeira RouteMinnesota GeoInquiriesMadeira_Route

layer Split Rock Supply Sources Prior to 1924Minnesota GeoInquiriesSupplySources

layer Shipwreck Time Lapse 1811-1989Minnesota GeoInquiriesShipwreck_Animate

layer Edmund FitzgeraldMinnesota GeoInquiriesEdmundFitzgerald

layer Lake Superior International Highway (Built 1924)Minnesota GeoInquiriesLS_Highway

layer Bathymetry (Water Depth in Meters)Minnesota GeoInquiriesBathymetry of the Great Lakes

layer Historic Shipping Route Map (1940)Minnesota GeoInquiries

Webmap Minnesota_DinnerMinnesota GeoInquiriesMN Dinner Geoinquiry

layer Corn in MN Counties in 2014Minnesota GeoInquiriesCorn4Grain2014

layer Dairy Cows Sold Per Square MileMinnesota GeoInquiriesDairyCows

layer Apple GrowersMinnesota GeoInquiriesAppleGrowers

layer Average Annual Rainfall (inches)Minnesota GeoInquiriesPrecipContours

layer Annual Number of Frost Free DaysMinnesota GeoInquiriesFrostFreeDays

layer Wheat Percentage of CroplandMinnesota GeoInquiriesWheat

layer Sugarbeets Percentage of CroplandMinnesota GeoInquiriesSugarbeets

layer Turkeys_Sold_per_Square_MileMinnesota GeoInquiriesTurkeys

layer LandformsMinnesota GeoInquiries

layer Wild_Rice_LakesMinnesota GeoInquirieswild_rice_lakes_dnr_Project

layer Counties with Cultivated Wild RiceMinnesota GeoInquiriesWild_Rice

layer Native_VegetationMinnesota GeoInquiriesNative_Vegetation_Project