Tag Archives: ESRI

Deviant Art & Heritage Visualization

My interest in data visualization centers on the use of geographic information systems (GIS) and 3D modeling. I am particularly interested in using these technologies and their related methodologies to explore the past. This includes a long-standing interest in issues of inequality and minority disenfranchisement. My interest in collaborative approaches to studying the past motivates my exploration of virtual technologies. My Deviant Art gallery includes past and ongoing projects.

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Mapping Hurricane Sandy

A quick blog post for maps I am creating as Hurricane Sandy approaches New Jersey. The background imagery for these maps is from ESRI’s National Geographic Basemap. The weather information is rom NOAA’s nowCOAST Info Depot. I am also creating maps of power outages by municipality for Monmouth County.

I will be continually updating this post throughout the week (after getting power back at my home in Eatontown, NJ). Most recent images at the top of the post, scroll down for older images. Continue reading