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When Google Earth was first introduced 10 years ago. It immediately stole my heart. Beyond the freedom to fly anywhere in the world. I was captivated by the ability to paint and visualize geographic data on this incredible global canvas. Google Earth Voyager.

E)Google Earth Voyager turns 10 today Earth Voyager Google earth voyager turns 10 today Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on theGoogle Earth Outreach team. Drawn to datasets backed by real human stories. I started making my own maps with KML a few weeks after Earth’s release in 2005. For my master’s degree. I used Google Earth to build a virtual representation of a high-tech biologicalresearch reserve. Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on theGoogle Earth Outreach team. Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on theGoogle Earth Outreach team.
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F)2005 was the beginning of Google Earth’s evolution. As well. In August of that year. Hurricane Katrina showed us how useful mapping tools like Earth could be for crisis response efforts. Rescue workers compared before and after Satellite imagery in Google Earth to better locate where people were stranded. And in the years after. With more than 2 billion downloads by people in nearly every country in the world. Earth has enabled people to discover new coral reefs. Journey to theMoon and into deep space, find long-lost parents. Clear landmines and much more.

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Google Earth Voyager turns 10 today Earth Voyager Google Earth images of Gulfport. Mississippi’s shoreline before and after Hurricane Katrina

G)The ability to empower groups as diverse as school children and NASA scientiststo learn more about the world is what I love about Google Earth. It has the potential to make the planet a far more connected place. If you take the time to explore. Discover and share what you learn. So to celebrate how far Google Earth has come and our leap into the next 10 years. We’ve created a few new ways to help you better see places from around (and above) the most interesting imagery around the globe with a new layer. Voyager, available in desktop versions of Google Earth.

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Google Earth Voyager turns 10 today Earth Voyager Different imagery types in Voyager are shown by color

H)In this first edition of Voyager, you’ll find five sections to explore:

  • Street View: highlights from Street View, including the Taj Mahal and the Grand Canyon
  • Earth View: striking landscapes around the globe as seen from space (more below)
  • 3D cities: a showcase of cities and towns available in photorealistic 3D (don’t forget to tilt!)
  • Satellite imagery updates: a map of our most recently published satellite imagery
  • Highlight tour: with thousands of Voyager locations to choose from, take a quick tour of a few to whet your appetite
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The Kemgon Gompa—available in the Street View layer—is a Buddhist monastery in Lukla, Nepal

Earth View. The Hammar Marshes.

Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth.

Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people.

Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth.

It also lays bare the Earth’s staggering and often surreal beauty.

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Google Earth Voyager turns 10 today Earth Voyager The Hammar Marshes of Iran are an uncharacteristic yet beautiful wetland feature in the otherwise arid climate.

Of Iran are an uncharacteristic yet beautiful wetland feature in the otherwise arid climate. It started as a 20 percent project last year by a few Googlers who enjoyed scouring satellite imagery for these gems. The Hammar Marshes .These images soon made their way onto Android phones, Chromecast and Chromebooks as a distinctive kind of wallpaper.

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Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people.

Islands surrounding Cuba seen in the Earth View Chrome Extension

K)For Earth’s 10th birthday. We’re expanding the Earth View collection to 1,500. Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people. The new imagery is available with an updated version. Download high-resolution wallpapers for your mobile and desktop devices. Or better yet. Print them up for your walls!

The coastline near Ningaloo, Australia in the new Earth View web gallery

L)Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth. We look forward to seeing what the next decade brings!             earthtopomaps

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Google Earth Saroo Earth

Google Earth Saroo EarthC)Google Earth Saroo Earth Earth photo Earth photo Google-Earth-Saroo-Earth-Earth-photo-Earth-photohttps://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/38iahxZCAQU?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0Nov 22, 2016 Google Earth: The 25-Year Search Gopal Shah. Product  Manager Remember back to the time when you first opened Google Earth.  Google Earth. Remember back to the time when you first opened Google Earth.   B)Where did you fly? Nearly all of us search for the same place: Home. The  starting point. Where we fit into the bigger picture, and one way we define our  sense of identity. F)Google Earth Saroo

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Imagine if you didn’t know where “home” was? What would you search for first?                                   google earth saroo earth

C)In 1986, 5-year-old Saroo Brierley fell asleep on a train parked at a rural station in central India. He awoke to find himself locked in an empty carriage barrelling through the Indian countryside to an unknown destination. After two days and nearly 1600 kilometers. The train reached its final stop, the enormous Howrah station in the sprawling Indian megacity, Kolkata. Saroo disembarked alone, far away from family and no way to get home. Living on the streets for months, Saroo survived a series of harrowing encounters before he was taken to an orphanage. In time, he was adopted by an Australian couple and brought to Tasmania.                google earth saroo earth

D)The Brierleys gave Saroo a loving home and a second chance, but memories of his birth family haunted him. As he grew older, these echos became louder until his early 20’s. When he was finally compelled to search for his lost home and family. Right around this time, Saroo heard about a new program called Google Earth. He realized he could use the tool’s satellite imagery to find familiar landmarks. And lead him to the train station from his fleeting memories of that fateful night. Night after night for three years, Saroo followed train lines from space. Combing through thousands of stations until one day in early 2012. He finally found the proverbial needle in a haystack.

E)Thanks to his unwavering determination, Saroo reunited with his birth mother after 25 years. Saroo’s improbable story has been a source. Of inspiration to all of us on the Earth team and to many around the world. We’re especially excited his story will reach new audiences with the release of the new film, Lion, on November 25.

F)To celebrate the film’s upcoming release, we invite you to retrace Saroo’s journey through the Finding Hom. Experience now available in Google Earth’s Voyager layer. The experience takes you behind-the-scenes of Saroo’s search—what he used to guide him. The odds he faced, and how with a lot of will and a bit of luck. He was able to find home.

In 2017, Google will reach 100% renewable energy for our global operations — both data centers and offices.

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G)Thanks to a partnership between the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and Google. We can now get a view into the past three decades of water on the surface of Earth. And see how stories like these have shaped the world over time, in unprecedented detail. dec 6

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We’re set to reach 100% renewable energy — and it’s just the beginning

H)In 2017, Google will reach 100% renewable energy for our global operations — both data centers and offices. To reach this goal we’ll be directly buying enough wind. And solar electricity annually to account for every unit of electricity our operations consume.

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Today, we’re making our largest update to Timelapse yet, with four additional years of imagery. Petabytes of new data, and a sharper view of the Earth from 1984 to 2016.
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C)In 2017, Google will reach 100% renewable energy for our global operations — both data centers and offices.
D)In 2017, Google will reach 100% renewable energy for our global operations — both data centers and offices.
F)Combing through thousands of stations until one day in early 2012. He finally found the proverbial needle in a haystack.
G)Combing through thousands of stations until one day in early 2012. He finally found the proverbial needle in a haystack.
H)Combing through thousands of stations until one day in early 2012. He finally found the proverbial needle in a haystack.   Remember back to the time when you first opened Google Earth.

The Brierleys gave Saroo a loving home and a second chance, but memories of his birth family haunted him. As he grew older, these echos became louder until his early 20’s. When he was finally compelled to search for his lost home and family. Right around this time, Saroo heard about a new program called Google Earth.

I)Combing through thousands of stations until one day in early 2012. He finally found the proverbial needle in a haystack.

J)Combing through thousands of stations until one day in early 2012. He finally found the proverbial needle in a haystack.

K)Combing through thousands of stations until one day in early 2012. He finally found the proverbial needle in a haystack.

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C)Earth across space. The nature of water: unveiling the most detailed view of water on Earth

D)Thanks to a partnership between the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and Google. We can now get a view into the past three decades. Of water on the surface. Of Earth and see how stories like these have shaped the world over time. In unprecedented detail.

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E)We’re set to reach 100% renewable energy — and it’s just the beginning

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F)In 2017, Google will reach 100% renewable energy for our global operations — both data centers and offices. To reach this goal we’ll be directly buying enough wind. And solar electricity annually to account for every unit of electricity our operations consume.

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H)Google Earth: The 25-Year SearchB)In 2017, Google will reach 100% renewable energy for our global operations — both data centers and offices. To celebrate the upcoming release of the film Lion. We invite you to retrace Saroo’s journey through the Finding Home experience now available in Google Earth’s Voyager layer. The experience takes you behind-the-scenes of Saroo’s search—what he used to guide him. The odds he faced. And how with a lot of will and a bit of luck, he was able to find home.
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Google Earth Voyager

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B)Google Earth Voyager    turns 10 today

C)Google Earth Voyager June 29, 2015

When Google Earth was first introduced 10 years ago. It immediately stole my heart. Beyond the freedom to fly anywhere in the world. I was captivated by the ability to paint and visualize geographic data on this incredible global canvas. B)Google Earth Voyager.         google earth voyager

Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on the Google Earth Outreach team. Drawn to datasets backed by real human stories. I started making my own maps with KML a few weeks after Earth’s release in 2005. For my master’s degree. I used. C)Google Earth to build a virtual representation of a high-tech biologicalresearch reserve. Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on theGoogle Earth Outreach team. Turning my passion for telling stories with maps into a career. Google Earth Voyager.Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on the Google Earth Outreach team.                                            google earth voyager

2005 was the beginning of Google Earth’s evolution. As well. In August of that year. Hurricane Katrina showed us how useful mapping tools like Earth could be for crisis response efforts. Rescue workers compared before and after Satellite imagery in Google Earth to better locate where people were stranded. And in the years after. With more than 2 billion downloads by people in nearly every country in the world. Earth has enabled people to discover new coral reefs. Journey to theMoon and into deep space, find long-lost parents. Clear landmines and much more.                                              google earth voyager

 D)Google Earth Voyager.

F)Google Earth images of Gulfport. Mississippi’s shoreline before and after Hurricane Katrina.                 google earth voyager

The ability to empower groups as diverse as school children and NASA scientiststo learn more about the world is what I love about Google Earth. It has the potential to make the planet a far more connected place. If you take the time to explore. Discover and share what you learn. So to celebrate how far Google Earth has come and our leap into the next 10 years. We’ve created a few new ways to help you better see places from around (and above) the most interesting imagery around the globe with a new layer. Voyager, available in desktop versions of Google Earth.                                                                  google earth voyager

Different imagery types in Voyager are shown by color

In this first edition of Voyager, you’ll find five sections to explore:

  • Street View: highlights from Street View, including the Taj Mahal and the Grand Canyon
  • Earth View: striking landscapes around the globe as seen from space (more below)
  • 3D cities: a showcase of cities and towns available in photorealistic 3D (don’t forget to tilt!)
  • Satellite imagery updates: a map of our most recently published satellite imagery
  • Highlight tour: with thousands of Voyager locations to choose from, take a quick tour of a few to whet your appetite.                                                       google earth voyager
The Kemgon Gompa—available in the Street View layer—is a Buddhist monastery in Lukla, Nepal

Earth View. The Hammar Marshes. 

Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth. Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people. Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth. Looking at our planet from above is not only a reminder of how interdependent our human and natural ecosystems are. It also lays bare the Earth’s staggering and often surreal beauty.

The Hammar Marshes of Iran are an uncharacteristic yet beautiful wetland feature in the otherwise arid climate.

Earth View is library of some of the most striking and enigmatic landscapes available in Google Earth. The Hammar Marshes. Of Iran are an uncharacteristic yet beautiful wetland feature in the otherwise arid climate. It started as a 20 percent project last year by a few Googlers who enjoyed scouring satellite imagery for these gems. The Hammar Marshes .These images soon made their way onto Android phones, Chromecast and Chromebooks as a distinctive kind of wallpaper.

 

Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people.

Islands surrounding Cuba seen in the Earth View Chrome Extension.  

For Earth’s 10th birthday. We’re expanding the Earth View collection to 1,500. Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people. The new imagery is available with an updated version of ourChrome extension and a new web gallery. Download high-resolution wallpapers for your mobile and desktop devices. Or better yet. Print them up for your walls!

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The coastline near Ningaloo, Australia in the new Earth View web gallery

Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth. We hopeVoyager and Earth View will unlock a new perspective on our planet. We look forward to seeing what the next decade brings!. Earthtopomaps.

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Keeping Earth up to date and looking great

Keeping Earth up to date and looking great

June 27, 2016

Keeping Earth. Three years ago we introduced a cloud-free mosaic of the world in Google Earth. Today we’re rolling out an even more beautiful and seamless version, with fresh imagery from Landsat 8 satellite and new processing techniques for sharper images than ever before. But not always over the same place, so we looked at millions of images and took the clearest pixels to stitch together this cloud-free and seamless image.Keeping Earth Screen Shot at

Columbia Glacier, Alaska To put that in perspective. 700 trillion pixels is 7,000 times more pixels than the estimated number of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. Or 70 times more pixels than the estimated number of galaxies in the Universe. Keeping Earth.Keeping Earth Screen Shot at

Detroit, Michigan  To put that in perspective. 700 trillion pixels is 7,000 times more pixels than the estimated number of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. Or 70 times more pixels than the estimated number of galaxies in the Universe. Keeping Earth. But not always over the same place, so we looked at millions of images and took the clearest pixels to stitch together this cloud-free and seamless image. Keeping Earth Screen Shot at

Swiss Alps, Switzerland   Today we’re rolling out an even more beautiful and seamless version, with fresh imagery from Landsat 8 satellite and new processing techniques for sharper images than ever before. But not always over the same place, so we looked at millions of images and took the clearest pixels to stitch together this cloud-free and seamless image.  More than 700 trillion. individual pixels—to choose the best cloud-free pixels. Keeping Earth thumb

Higher Quality Imagery We mined data from nearly a petabyte of Landsat imagery—that’s more than 700 trillion individual pixels—to choose the best cloud-free pixels.  Today we’re rolling out an even more beautiful and seamless version, with fresh imagery from Landsat 8 satellite and new processing techniques for sharper images than ever before.Keeping Earth thumb

Landsat 8, which launched into orbit in 2013, is the newest sensor in the USGS/NASA Landsat Program—superior to its predecessors in many ways. Landsat 8 captures images with greater detail, truer colors, and at an unprecedented frequency—capturing twice as many images as Landsat 7 does every day. This new rendition of Earth uses the most recent data available — mostly from Landsat 8 — making it our freshest global mosaic to date. Keeping Earth Screen Shot atIn the new view of New York City, details like skyscrapers, building shadows, and baseball and softball fields in Central Park shine through.   Today we’re rolling out an even more beautiful and seamless version, with fresh imagery from Landsat 8 satellite and new processing techniques for sharper images than ever before.Keeping Earth Screen Shot atToday we’re rolling out an even more beautiful and seamless version, with fresh imagery from Landsat 8 satellite and new processing techniques for sharper images than ever before. More than 700 trillion. individual pixels—to choose the best cloud-free pixels.

Keeping Earth Screen Shot atJuly 9, 2000  Today we’re rolling out an even more beautiful and seamless version, with fresh imagery from.  Landsat 8 satellite and new processing techniques for sharper images than ever before.

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Processing imagery with Earth Engine. But not always over the same place, so we looked at millions of images. And took the clearest pixels to stitch together this cloud-free and seamless image. 

 

 To produce this new imagery. We used the same publicly available. Earth Engine APIs that scientists use to do things like track global tree cover, loss, and gain; predict Malaria outbreaks; and map global surface water over a 30 year period.

Like our previous mosaic. We mined data from nearly a petabyte of Landsat imagery—that’s. More than 700 trillion. individual pixels—to choose the best cloud-free pixels. To put that in perspective. 700 trillion pixels is 7,000 times more pixels than the estimated number of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. Or 70 times more pixels than the estimated number of galaxies in the Universe. Keeping Earth.

Lake Balkhash, Kazakhstan

Brasilia, Brazil More than 700 trillion. individual pixels—to choose the best cloud-free pixels.

Open data is good for everyone To put that in perspective. 700 trillion pixels is 7,000 times more pixels than the estimated number of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. Or 70 times more pixels than the estimated number of galaxies in the Universe.

Landsat program and its commitment to free and accessible open data. Landsat, a joint program of the USGS and NASA. Has observed the Earth continuously from 1972 to the present day. And offers a wealth of information on the changes to the Earth’s surface over time. And it’s all available in Earth Engine!

 

The new imagery is now available across all our mapping products. To check it out, open up Google Earth, or turn on the satellite layer in Google Maps. Keeping Earth.

Post authored by: Chris Herwig, Program Manager, Google Earth Engine. Keeping Earth earthtopomaps.com                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

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3D trees in the western United States

3D trees in the western United States

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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).

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 b treesThere are two species you absolutely can’t forget when talking about trees in Colorado:.  Colorado Blue Spruce and Quaking Aspen

Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles

Or jump to the see more native species like the native Oak tree species in Elylsian Park adjacent to Dodgers Stadium.

D trees b treesLooking at these 3D trees on Google Earth makes me feel like sneezing all of a sudden…3D trees b trees

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.
D trees b treesYou 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 b trees
Cheeseman Park, Denver

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…

D trees b treesMaybe 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 b treesGoogle Office in Boulder, CO earthtopomaps.com

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Global Forest Bring the world’s changing forests

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B) Global Forest Bring the world’s changing forests inside the classroom May 25, 2016 It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.Global Forest Bring pasted image

C) Global Forest Bring Forests are the mighty lungs of our planet. They absorb carbon dioxide, and emit oxygen on which all people and animals on Earth rely. For the sake of our future. It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably. Today. Science in the Classroom. Dr. Matt Hansen of the University of Maryland, and Google Earth Engine are presenting Global Forest Change Explorer to help engage young people in forest conservation. For the sake of our future. It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably. It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.

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Global Forest Bring the world’s changing forests

Tracking patterns of change in a hotspot zone, Alaska Global Forest Bring.
Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet. It is critical that all people. Including the next generation. Understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.

Explorer Tool relies on open data that is used by remote sensing and GIS professionals in their work. Explorer Tool relies on open data that is used by remote sensing and GIS professionals in their work.

The team mapped global forest loss and gain from 2000 to 2012 at 30-meter resolution for the entire globe. In 2013. The methods and results were published in Science Magazine and online for everyone to explore. These findings are now an important part of the website. Global Forest Watch, which gives governments and decision makers free access to the data and tools required to monitor and manage their forests. earthtopomaps.com
Dr. Matt Hansen presenting at the World Economic Forum
Science in the Classroom (SitC). Thought this was great research to bring into the classroom and make available to anyone online. SitC packages annotated research papers with supplemental teaching materials to help pre-college. And college students understand the structure and workings of scientific research. SitC and Google Earth Engine built the Global Forest Change Explorer to make Dr. Hansen’s data accessible to a younger audience.
Annotations provide supplemental context to Dr. Hansen’s paper
We live in a dynamic world where the pressures of population growth increasingly impact and threaten our forests. Educators can easily flip their classrooms into science labs by combining SitC materials with Global Forest Change Explorer.  It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.
Get started with Global Forest Change Explorer today!
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Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet.
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 It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet.
Global Forest Bring pasted imageIt is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably. Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet.Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet. 

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A) For the sake of our future, it is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.                             B) For the sake of our future, it is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.
                                      D) For the sake of our future, it is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.
                                          d) Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet. It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably. Explorer Tool relies on open data that is used by remote sensing and GIS professionals in their work.
 e) Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet. It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably.  Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet.                                                                                                        It is critical that all people, including the next generation, understand our global forests in order to manage them sustainably. Explorer Tool relies on open data that is used by remote sensing and GIS professionals in their work. Global Forest Bring Change Explorer website contains maps that are available for interactive analysis as well as an accompanying activity worksheet.  earthtopomaps.com                                                                                                                                                                   

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