With a public account you can create, store, and manage maps, scenes, layers, apps, and other geospatial content.
Share content with others. Access content shared by Esri and GIS users around the world.
The Cal-Atlas site facilitates the sharing of geospatial data and web map services by California government agencies, partners and stakeholders. Includes links to physical and cultural geospatial data from the California Spatial Information Library(CaSIL).
Participants include cities, counties, utilities, state and federal agencies, private businesses and academic institutions that have spatial and other types of data resources. The Catalog has been developed through a collaborative effort with the California Geographic Information Association, California Environmental Resources Evaluation System, and the Federal Geographic Data Committee.
Provides access to the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Clearing House Network and the geodata.gov portal. Geospatial One-Stop Initiative to provide “one-stop” access to all registered geographic information and related online access services within the United States. Geographic data, imagery, applications, documents, web sites and other resources have been catalogued for discovery in this portal.
LandScan is a global population database that shows geographical distribution of population at one-kilometer resolution over an average 24-hour period. The LandScan algorithm uses spatial data and imagery analysis technologies and the most up-to-date census data within an administrative boundary.
LandScan data licenses are in effect for a 12-month period. As long as ORNL continues to license the LandScan Dataset, licensees will have access to the dataset(s)s they have licensed. After the 12-period expires for a specific dataset, that dataset is removed from the download site and archived
ShareGeo is the place to find and to share geospatial data. You can search the data held in ShareGeo using keywords or by using a map to define the area you are interested in. Contributing data to ShareGeo is also very simple. Just register and then click "contribute" and follow the steps to upload your dataset.