3D trees western United States It’s late summer U.S. cities

A)3D trees western United States

B)3D trees western United States C)3D trees in the western United States

3d trees western unitedE)3D trees western United States August 31, 2011 3d trees western united

F)It’s late summer and many U.S. cities have reported record (or almost record) heat. Are you withering in warmth and longing for some shade under a tree?. Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! We’re happy to announce that we’ve added 3D trees to Google Earth in three new cities: Los Angeles, Denver and Boulder.Typically, when you imagine trees in Los Angeles, you picture the commanding palm trees that line the famous Hollywood avenues or dot the gracious mansions of Beverly Hills. While Palm Trees may dominate the landscape, there are actually many other trees both native and foreign that inhabit the city, such as the California Oak, Black Walnut trees, and California Sycamore (to name a few). 3d trees western united

G)You can now get a glimpse of these trees with the new 3D tree models covering the West Side, including cities like Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood, as well as parts of downtown where the financial district sits. Check out the famous Sunset Boulevard which stretches from the sea at Santa Monica to downtown. Here is where you will find Palm Trees lining glitzy movie posters and billboards that are a marquee signature of the city. 3d trees western united

H)There are two species you absolutely can’t forget when talking about trees in Colorado:.  3d trees western unitedColorado Blue Spruce and Quaking Aspen
Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
I)Or jump to the see more native species like the native Oak tree species in Elylsian Park adjacent to Dodgers Stadium.
3d trees western unitedJ)Looking at these 3D trees on Google Earth makes me feel like sneezing all of a sudden…3d trees western united

K)Elysian Park, Los Angeles It is also the Colorado state tree and a very common tree species seen in the Colorado Foothills.

There are two species you absolutely can’t forget when talking about trees in Colorado:.  Colorado Blue Spruce and Quaking Aspen. Both native to Colorado. Colorado Blue Spruce has a very distinct look for the pale blue of its needles. It is also the Colorado state tree and a very common tree species seen in the Colorado Foothills. Quaking Aspen got its name from fluttering leaves in the breeze. And makes up the famous golden fall foliage of Colorado. Take a walk on Cheeseman Park in Denver or a fly over Boulder and you can tell these trees by their unique colors and shapes.

3d trees western unitedL)You can now get a glimpse of these trees with the new 3D tree models covering the West Side, including cities like Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood, as well as parts of downtown where the financial district sits. Making it feel like it’s still snowing in June (although that could happen in Colorado).3d trees western united

Cheeseman Park, Denver

M)There is one other tree species in Colorado deserving a special mention – Cottonwood trees in Boulder. Every late spring, these trees cover Boulder in white cottons. Making it feel like it’s still snowing in June (although that could happen in Colorado). There are several Cottonwoods right by the Google Boulder office that create white blankets of cotton in our garage. And on sidewalks every June and July. Looking at these 3D trees on Google Earth makes me feel like sneezing all of a sudden…
3d trees western unitedO)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! We’re happy to announce that we’ve added 3D trees to Google Earth in three new cities: Los Angeles. Denver and Boulder.Typically. When you imagine trees in Los Angeles, you picture the commanding palm trees that line the famous Hollywood avenues or dot the gracious mansions of Beverly Hills. 3d trees western unitedGoogle Office in Boulder, CO earthtopomaps.com

3D trees in the western United States was originally published on Earthtopomaps      Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! I)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! J)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! K)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! L)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! M)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! O)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! P)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! Q)Maybe you can’t easily leave for your favorite park but trees are actually closer than you think! U)

Mapping deforestation Global Forest Change

Mapping deforestation Global Forest Change Mapping deforestation time

B)Mapping deforestation Global Forest Change Mapping deforestation time Mapping the world’s deforestation over time

November 14, 2013
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C)We’re excited to announce today that, in a collaboration led by Dr. Matthew Hansen at the University of Maryland, we’ve built the first detailed maps of the world’s forests, from 2000-2012. Documenting and quantifying forest landscape changes such as fires, tornadoes, disease and logging.The most significant findings were that the overall rate of tropical deforestation is increasing. And global forests have experienced a net loss of 1.5M sq km during 2000-2012 due to both natural (disturbance) and human causes.

D)Mapping deforestation. Global Forest Change, 2000-2012: individual maps of forest extent, gain, loss, and loss color-coded by year. Click to enlarge.

Sumatra has lost over 50% of its natural forest within the past 30 years. Click to enlarge.

E)The detailed study was published today in the journalScience, High-Resolution Global Maps of 21st-Century Forest Cover Change. Key to the study’s success was the collaboration between scientists at the University of Maryland, who developed the models to analyze Landsat satellite data, and computer scientists at Google. Who then used Google Earth Engine technology to run these models on more than 650,000 Landsat images. While the analysis would have taken a single computer more than 15 years to perform.

Here are some other notable sites:

F)Paraguay’s Chaco woodlands within the western half of the country are experiencing rapid deforestation in the development of cattle ranches. The result is the highest rate of deforestation in the world. Click to enlarge. Mapping deforestation.
G)The Siberian larch forests of Yakutia, Russia, are prone to fire during spring to early summer. Such extensive fires result in significant carbon emissions. Click to enlarge. H)Mapping deforestation.
I)If you’d like to dive even deeper and learn more about this project. Head on over to the Google Research blog post authored by Dr. Matt Hansen. Also, tune in next Monday, November 18 at 1:00pm ET, 10:00am PT to an online presentation and demonstration by Matt Hansen and colleagues from UMD, Google, USGS, NASA and the Moore Foundation. Please submit your questions for live Q&A. J)Mapping deforestation. Mapping deforestation Global Forest Change

K)Updated 3:30pm PDT: Corrected total sq km of net loss during 2000-2012. Mapping deforestation Global Forest Change                                                                             mapping deforestation global forest change 
AND HUMAN CAUSES. WHILE THE ANALYSIS WOULD HAVE TAKEN. earthtopomaps Mapping deforestation Global Forest Change A) SINGLE COMPUTER MORE THAN 15 YEARS TO PERFORM. B)THE SIBERIAN LARCH FORESTS OF YAKUTIA, RUSSIA, ARE PRONE TO FIRE DURING SPRING TO EARLY SUMMER. C)THE SIBERIAN LARCH FORESTS OF YAKUTIA, RUSSIA, ARE PRONE TO FIRE DURING SPRING TO EARLY SUMMER. D)THE SIBERIAN LARCH FORESTS OF YAKUTIA, RUSSIA, ARE PRONE TO FIRE DURING SPRING TO EARLY SUMMER. E)THE SIBERIAN LARCH FORESTS OF YAKUTIA, RUSSIA, ARE PRONE TO FIRE DURING SPRING TO EARLY SUMMER. E)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. F)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. G)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. H)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. I)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. J)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. K)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. L)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 1:00PM ET, 10:00AM PT TO AN ONLINE PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATION BY MATT HANSEN AND COLLEAGUES FROM UMD, GOOGLE, USGS, NASA AND THE MOORE FOUNDATION. M)ALSO, TUNE IN NEXT MONDAY. O)

Popular Street View Get closer view

Popular Street View Get closer view of some of the world’s most extraordinary places

B)Popular Street View Get closer view Popular Street View August 13, 2013

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C)popular street view get closer view Popular Street View. To complement the beautiful panoramas you see there, we’re also adding useful information about some of the featured locations We recently launched Views. To complement the beautiful panoramas you see there, we’re also adding useful information about some of the featured locations. We also invite you enjoy photos and videos from our past journeys to the Grand Canyon.                 popular street view get closer view

popular street view get closer view

Popular street view get closer view The Street View Special Collections page in Views.

D)Simply click on the “Go Behind the Views” icon to access this additional content.So come back often to check them out. Simply click on the “Go Behind the Views” icon to access this additional content.So come back often to check them out. Popular Street View The photography, video. Audio tours. And more provide a deeper understanding and appreciation for some of the most remarkable places on Earth. Want to hear the snow crunch under your feet as you hike the Canadian Arctic. Or conquer your fear of heights by standing in the window washing basket on the 80th floor of the world’s tallest building?. So come back often to check them out. Now you can.


We also invite you enjoy photos and videos from our past journeys to the Grand Canyon. Hear the wind whip from the window washing basket of the Burj Khalifa

We also invite you enjoy photos and videos from our past journeys to the Grand Canyon. Popular Street View The base camp of Mount Everest. The Amazon Basin, the Great Barrier Reef and the NASA Kennedy Space Center. — minus the extreme temperatures and long plane rides!. If you’re on the Views page for those specific collections, just click on the “About this place” button on the upper right hand corner.

Go behind the scenes of some of our most exciting treks
So come back often to check them out.


We also invite you enjoy photos and videos from our past journeys to the Grand Canyon.
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