Esri Press

Ocean Solutions, Earth Solutions, second edition

by Dawn J. Wright
Paperback: 528 pages
Published: 2016
ISBN: 9781589484603
eISBN: 9781589484658

The book’s 90-plus authors, who present the latest ocean and coastal science research in 23 chapters, provide the data and supplemental resources used in their studies. Diagrams, map packages, Python scripts, ArcGIS tools, photography, videos, links to Esri Story Map apps, and more are included here.

Resources

Chapter 1

This chapter contains links to LarvaMap-related and Ecosystems Fisheries Oceanography Coordinated Investigations Data Access and Analysis Tool (EcoDAAT) resources. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_1d

Chapter 3

This chapter contains a link to download data and maps for two projects in Martin County, Florida, on artificial reefs and beach restoration. It also provides links to download ArcGIS Diagrammer tools and files. A link to an Esri Story Map app for Hutchinson Island is also provided. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_3d

Data and Maps

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Diagrams and Files

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Esri Story Map app

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Chapter 5

This chapter contains links to download an ocean map package used in climate change projections for 2050 and view a SimCLIM FAQ PDF. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_5d

Map package

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SimCLIM FAQ

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Chapter 6

This chapter contains a link to download a ZIP File containing two Python scripts and a subset of the data used to automate the interpolation of pollutant plumes to calculate a pollutant exposure index for the Southern California Bight. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_6d

Data

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  • Pollutant Exposure Index data

    Sources: Rebecca A. Schaffner, Steven J. Steinberg, and Kenneth C. Schiff, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project.

Chapter 9

This chapter contains links to view two PDFs, on best practices for West Coast ocean data sharing and a data registry design assessment, plus two sets of sample metadata in XML format. It also includes links to additional ocean resources. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_9d

West Coast PDFs

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Metadata

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Additional Ocean Resources

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Chapter 10

This chapter contains photographic images of fish and coral in the East End Marine Park, Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands. The photos were taken between 2007 and 2012. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_10d

Photographs

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Source

Photos courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science Biogeography Branch.

Chapter 11

This chapter contains a link to an Esri Story Map app for essential fish habitat. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_11d

Story Map app

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Chapter 12

This chapter contains links to Esri Story Map apps for the Coastal America Partnership and Magellanic Penguins and a link to the Aquarium of the Pacific website. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_12d

Story Map apps

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Aquarium of the Pacific

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Chapter 13

This chapter contains links to two geovisualization videos that let you explore the ocean floor. One describes the principles and procedures for creating the geovisualization, and the other provides the actual geovisualization offshore British Columbia, Canada. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_13d

Geovisualization Videos

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  • Explorations in Marinescape GeoVisualization

    Sources: Rosaline Canessa, Department of Geography, University of Victoria (Canada); Manuel Burckhardt and Carolin Kadner, Dresden University of Technology (Germany); some photos courtesy of Neil McDaniel.


  • Dive-Through of a Geovisualization Model of the Pinnacle of SGaan Kinghlas-Bowie Seamount

    Sources: Manuel Burckhardt and Carolin Kadner, Dresden University of Technology (Germany); Rosaline Canessa, Coastal and Ocean Resource Analysis (CORAL) Group, Department of Geography, University of Victoria (Canada).

Chapter 15

This chapter contains links to download the ArcGIS toolbox used to create and assess viewsheds for the Oregon coast and view a chart data PDF used in managing within the Oregon Territorial Sea. It also includes links to the Esri Story Map app for the Oregon Territorial Sea Plan and an ArcGIS Online map for Visual Resource Management of the Oregon Territorial Sea. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_15d

Data

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  • ArcGIS toolbox

    Sources: Paul Manson, Portland State University; Andy Lanier, Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.

Chart Data

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  • Chart data

    Source: Andy Lanier, Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.

Additional Oregon Territorial Sea resources

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Chapter 16

This chapter contains a link to download the Python script used to convert data in CSV format collected from ocean gliders of the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System to KML. It also contains links to additional resources on near real-time oceanic glider mission viewers. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_16d

Chapter 17

This chapter contains a link to an Esri Story Map app on seamounts and marine habitat protection. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_17d

Esri Story Map app

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  • Mapping, Classifying, and Protecting Seamounts Story Map app

    Sources:

    • Seamounts: Harris, P.T., M. Macmillan-Lawler, J. Rupp, and E. K. Baker. 2014. “Geomorphology of the Oceans.” Marine Geology 352:4–24.
    • Maritime Boundaries: VLIZ (2014). Maritime Boundaries Geodatabase, version 8. http://www.marineregions.org. Consulted October 15, 2015.
    • SRTM 30 plus v11c (bathymetry): Reference, sounding data: Becker, J. J., D. T. Sandwell, W. H. F. Smith, J. Braud, B. Binder, J. Depner, D. Fabre, J. Factor, S. Ingalls, S-H. Kim, R. Ladner, K. Marks, S. Nelson, A. Pharaoh, R. Trimmer, J. Von Rosenberg, G. Wallace, P. Weatherall. 2009. “Global Bathymetry and Elevation Data at 30 Arc Seconds Resolution: SRTM30_PLUS.” Marine Geodesy 32:4, 355–71. Reference, gravity data: Sandwell, D. T., R. D. Müller, W. H. F. Smith, E. Garcia, R. Francis. “New Global Marine Gravity Model from CryoSat-2 and Jason-1 Reveals Buried Tectonic Structure.” Science 346:6205, 65–67. doi: 10.1126/science.1258213, 2014.

Chapter 19

This chapter contains the files for downloading the Coastal Defense Try Me simulation, as well as links to online simulations in Southeast Florida and Puget Sound, Washington. It also provides links to additional Coastal Defense and Coastal Resilience resources. The chapter also provides access to the 100 to 1000: Restore Coastal Alabama video. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_19d

Try Me Simulations

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Additional Coastal Defense Resources

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Restore Coastal Alabama video

  • 100 to 1000: Restore Coastal Alabama video

    Source: The Nature Conservancy.

Chapter 20

This chapter contains a link to an Esri Story Map app on protecting California coastal communities from climate change, with a case study on Sonoma County. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_20d

Esri Story Map app

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Chapter 21

This chapter contains links to an Esri Story Map app on a University of Redlands science trip to French Polynesia to study one of the last ground nesting bird populations on Earth and to an online video of a virtual flyover of the Tetiaroa atoll. doi:10.17128/9781589484603_21d

Esri Story Map app

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Online video

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