The Arctic Research Mapping Application (ARMAP) includes a new ARMAP 2D. This interactive mapping solution joins a suite of online maps and services that support Arctic science. It is fast, intuitive, and optimized for high latitudes. With the new ARMAP 2D, users can:
* Learn more about research projects in your region of interest or scientific discipline. * Explore available data or possible collaborations. * Use the online mapping tools to meet your own project's specific goals.
The new ARMAP 2D is available as a beta release. The “old ARMAP 2D”, which is based on outdated IMS technology, is still available. Other resources at http://armap.org include ARMAP in Google Earth, ARMAP 3D, a variety of web services, and spatial datasets customized for arctic research.
ARMAP is funded by the National Science Foundation's Office of Polar Programs, and is a collaborative effort among the Systems Ecology Laboratory at the University of Texas at El Paso, Nuna Technologies, the INSTAAR QGIS Laboratory, and CH2M HILL Polar Services.
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