Tarendra Lakhankar
PhD

Storymap

ArcGIS Story Maps are one of the best ways to tell the project story. Create inspiring, immersive stories by combining text, interactive maps, and other multimedia content. Publish and share your story with your team, teachers or everyone around the world.

Below are some of the examples. How to create ArcGIS StoryMaps.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wY14zHDmEs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re9oJGGWS_0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmZ7HWck0Bo

Project Topics

Program

Year

Global Deforestations and Forestations for years 1990-2010

SB-REU

2020

Fire data in San Diego County, fire hazard and future development

SB-REU

2020

Correlation between income, poverty, and education

SB-REU

2020

Contribution of Vegetation to the Atmospheric State of a Country

SB-REU

2020

Impact of Monetary Resources on Countries Development Capabilities

HIRES

2020

The effects of global warming on coral reefs

HIRES

2020

Exploring Impacts of CO and SO2 Emissions in New York

SB-REU

2021

Analysis of Precipitation Anomaly for Nevada

SB-REU

2021

Deforestation rates and its effects on the world

SB-REU

2021

Air Pollution and Income in New York City

SB-REU

2021

Global Water Scarcity

SB-REU

2021

The Journey of Plastic into the Oceans

SB-REU

2021

Mapping Renewable (Solar) Energy Consumption Across the Unit

HIRES

2021

Assessment of Air quality and Economic Growth

HIRES

2021

Correlation between Household Income and Education Levels

HIRES

2021

An Analysis of Hurricane Evacuation Centers in New York City

HIRES

2021

The impact of climate change on coral reef ecosystems

HIRES

2021