Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external

a)Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external

B)Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external

Kmz-en – Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external
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C)Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external World data Geodynamics Internal Geodynamics KMZ-en Tectonics Geodynamics external Global challenges national data Internal Geodynamics KMZ-en tectonics. National data and global KMZ-en open in temporary locations.World data Geodynamics external Global challenges national data Internal Geodynamics KMZ-en tectonics. National data and global KMZ-en open in temporary locations. They are not registered at closing of the software. In Layers, uncheck all check and if necessary relevant information to display on the map Updated 25/03/2008.

By Josée Broussaud

D)Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external SUMMARY kmz-en
  1. World data
    1. Internal Geodynamics / Tectonics
    2.  external geodynamics
    3. global issues
  2. national data
    1. Internal Geodynamics / Tectonics
    2.  external geodynamics
    3. global issues

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E)KMZ global data kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

KMZ-en files open in temporary locations. They are not registered at closing of the software. In Layers. Uncheck all check and if necessary relevant information to display on the map. Information in Google Earth. Uncheck all except the relief or select relevant information

         Search a specific place or make a route. Enter the address, and start the search Places: display areas and working KMZ-en files and data.  kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

F)KMZ-en Internal Geodynamics / Tectonics kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

 KMZ files  Content / data list    F iles to open with Google Earth
Ocean topography

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  • topographic and bathymetric map
  • lithospheric plates
  • historic Earthquakes
  • flaws
  • oceanic heat flux
  • topographic profile
  • magnetic anomalies
Dorsales.kmz-en

Operating track

Seafloor spreading

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  • lithospheric plates
  • Drilling (South Atlantic)
  • World geological map
  • Thickness of sediments
  • GPS tags
  • magnetic anomalies
  • topographic and bathymetric map
expansion océanique.kmz-en

 Operating track

Paléomamétisme and drift of lithospheric plates

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  • geographic and geomagnetic poles
  • magnetic anomalies
  • Model field at apoint by IGRF
 Magnétisme1S.kmz-en

Operating track

Return of the oceanic lithosphere in the mantle

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fosse du Tonga

  • Map, topography and bathymetry
  • historical and recent earthquakes
  • boundaries of lithospheric plates
  • global volcanism
  • Heat flow
  • seismic tomography
  • isobaths plunging plates (Japan, Chile and Tonga)
lithosphere oceanique.kmz-en

Operating track

A subduction zone in Japan

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  • geological map, topography and bathymetry
  • historical and recent earthquakes
  • boundaries of lithospheric plates
  • GPS stations
  • Folder on the 11 March 2011 earthquake
Subduction_Japon.kmz-en

 Operating track

Iceland : a tip back and a hot spot kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external
  • Folder, eruption of Eyjafjöll
  • Iceland volcanoes and arctic icepack
  • lithospheric plates
  • historic Earthquakes
  • geological and topographic maps
  • GPS tags
  • tomographic section
Islande.kmz-en

 Operating track

Volcanic hot spot , the volcanic alignment of Hawaii

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  • lithospheric plates
  • Earthquakes in real time
  • geological and topographic maps
  • GPS tags
  • webcam
Hawaï.kmz-en

 Operating track

I sostasie and vertical movements of the lithosphere in North America (Hudson Bay).

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  • bathymetric and topographic profile of the East Coast and fossil content.
  • bathymetric and topographic profile of the southwest coast and fossil content
  • lifting lines
  • Quaternary environment.
  • lithospheric context.
Bay Hudson.kmz-en

Operating tracks

College level (4 th )

volcanism

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  • global distribution
  • Origin of the lava: microséisme animation and rise of magma
  • Observation of several volcanoes: volcanic edifice
  • The volcano’s Furnace
Location and édifices.kmz

Origin lava and distribution of volcans.kmz-en

Operating track

College level (4 th )

Earthquakes

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  • Global distribution of earthquakes
  • Boundaries of lithospheric plates
  • Recent Earthquakes: Distribution and characteristics – Use of Site ReNaSS (real time monitoring)
  • Distribution of global volcanism
  • March 11, 2011 earthquake in Japan
mondiale.kmz -endistribution

Earthquakes récents.kmz-en

Séismes.kmz-en

Operating track

College level (4 th )

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  • Surface of lithospheric plates
  • Name plates
  • Types of limits
  • Some average travel speeds and direction
View lithosphériques.kmz plates
College level (4 th )

Movement of the plates

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  • The active and extinct volcanoes of the Hawaiian Islands
  • Boundaries of lithospheric plates
  • Global distribution of earthquakes
  • Depth homes
  • Global distribution of volcanism
Movement of plaques.kmz-en

The fate of the plaque.kmz

 Operating track

College level (4 th )

Hazards and risks

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  • Risks in France (mainland France and overseas territories) and population density
  • Global distribution of volcanism, earthquakes
  • Location of tsunamis in France
  • A particular risk: Tsunami
  • Earthquake of 11 March 2011 in Japan
géologiques.kmz-en risks

Tsunamis.kmz-en

11 earthquake mars.kmz

Operating track

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G)external geodynamics kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

Precipitation and water use in the world

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  •   rainfall 1961-1990
  • Water use (domestic, industry, agriculture)
  • Population density
Precipitation and utilisations.kmz

 Operating track

Water and health

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  • malaria cases in 2003
  • deaths from cholera in 1998 and 2004
  • Population with access to safe water in 2004
  • Population connected to the sewerage network in 1999
Water and santé.kmz

 Operating track

Great Manmade River in Libya

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GRA

  • Location of the main sites

(Reservoirs, oasis of culture …) illustrated with photographs.

The GRA Libye.kmz

 Operating track

Desalination in the world

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desal

  • Location of some desalination sites across 5 continents.
Desalination in the world.

 Operating track

Disappearance of the reliefs in the Himalayas

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vignette

  • Investigate the disappearance of reliefs and transport and sedimentation erosion products through the example of the Himalayan range.
Himalayas.

Operating track

College level (5 th )

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meander

  • Three KMZ-en files to observe landscapes and study of transport phenomena and sedimentation 5 th .
Landforms landscapes

Phenomena of transport and sedimentation

Apply knowledge (study of a meander)

H)global issues kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

Study of the dispersion of different pollutants using Google Earth to locate their origins, their movements, their dominant directions and estimate their travel speeds. earthtopomaps.com

Geothermal and thermal properties of Earth

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electricity production

  • Geothermal Electricity produced in 2010
  • Heat flow
  • global volcanism
  • Volcanic hot spots
  • historic Earthquakes
  • Tectonic plates
  • seismic tomography
Geothermal energy in the world.

Operating track

Photosynthesis globally

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primary product

  • Continental primary productivity
  • insolation
  • pluviometry
  • LAI
  • chlorophyll concentration in ocean
  • Temperatures of surface waters
net primary productivity.

Operating track

Water and soil , two unevenly distributed resources

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land logo

  • rainfall 1961-1990
  • Renewable Water 2008
  • 2007 Farmland
  • 2007 Population density
  • topographic and bathymetric maps
  • vegetation cover
Water and soil.

(13,7 MB)

 Operating track

Soil is fragile

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degradations

  • Types of degradation
  • causes
  • Results
  • fire
Degradation of the soil.

 Operating track

Hydroelectricity:

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CO2 emission

 hydroelectricity

  • CO2 emission
  • City lights
  • Consumption of electricity
  • production hydroélectricié

 geographic data

  • topography
  • rainfall
  • world population
Hydroelectric power in the world

(13 MB)

Operating track

Wind power

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product_eol_monde

  • CO2 emission
  • Consumption
  • hydropower production in 2011.
  • World population
  • Average annual rainfall
  • Topography
Wind energy in the world

Operating track

Climates of the Earth (TS Spe)

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kottek et al 2006

  • climates observed
  • 4 scenarios of climate forecasts
Global Climate

 Operating track

Hydrocarbon deposits in the Gulf of Mexico

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picture

Gulf of Mexico is one of the richest areas of the globe in hydrocarbon deposits. From this KMZ-en file, you can:

  • extract information showing the geographical location of the region favorable to the formation of hydrocarbons;
  • reconstruct the geological history of this area and to include the formation of hydrocarbons in the context of global tectonics;
  • construct a diagram of the structure of a passive margin.
 Gulf Mexique.kmz

Operating track

Methane , energy source or geohazard?

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chlatrate ratop

 Various activities involving Google Earth KMZ file and are available in this business.

Primarily focused on high school programs (1st, Second and terminal specialty) they allow to consider different points programs: exploration, exploitation and geohazards.

 Méthane.kmz

Operating track

I)Planet Earth and its environment

Pinatubo in 1991.

Chernobyl 1986.

Erika 1999th

Chlorofluorométhane.kmz

Operating track

Aral Sea

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teaching

  • 1973 the Aral Sea in 1973
  • 1986 the Aral Sea in 1986
  • 1999 the Aral Sea in 1999
  • 2010 the Aral Sea in 2010
Aral Sea.

Operating track

J)national data

Téléchager the .kmz-en files on earthtopomaps.com kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

Internal Geodynamics / Tectonics

geological map.

Geological maps of France BRGM

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carte geol

 Geological France 1/1000000

Geological France 1/50000

Rhine Valley and the Vosges Massif

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Carte générale

Rhine Valley, a continental rift

Area of Andlau and Villé

Ancient times

The sandstone Vosges

Fire Field

accompanying file

A day on the ground in the area of Clermont-Ferrand

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

auvergne

  • geological
  • notice
  • drilling
  • photos and diagram
  • students comments
Files created by a student of 1 ° S, following a field trip in the Auvergne.

Auvergne.

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 K)External geodynamics

Differences between the chains of mountains recent and ancient massifs

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

mold

  • Maps topographic
  • geological map of France
  • World geological map
  • Moho depth
young and old mountains.

school educational support

Transport and sedimentation of particles

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

profile sediments.JPG

  • Topographic map
  • hydrographic network of the Loire
  • Size of the Loire Sands
  • simplified lithology
  • Thickness of sediments in the North Atlantic
Transport sedimentation.

school educational support

Hydrogeology in France

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

hydro northwest

  • rivers,
  • Watershed,
  • aquifers
  • perimeters SAGE
North West.

Northeast.

South West.

South East.

Global issues

Hydroelectricity

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

relief

 hydropower:

  • Water parks (installed capacity)
  • Hydraulic Power Generation in 2012
  • Major hydroelectric dams

 Geographic data:

  • Rivières
  • rainfall
  • Topography
  • 2011 population
Hydroelectric energy in France.

(22,5 MB)

educational support Lycée

Wind power

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

wind power kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

  • 1 wind farms (installed capacity)
  • 2 Wind Power Production in 2012
  • 3 wind potential
  • 2011 population
Wind energy in France

Operating track

Geothermal energy in France: 

 

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

  • Heat flow
  • geothermal gradient
  • Epicentre of earthquake
  • Depth of sedimentary basins
  • flaws
  • Moho depth contours
  • Temperatures of the Earth based on the depth
Use the heat from the Earth Geothermal France.

Operating tracks

Is geothermal energy use in the northeast of France? Geothermal Energy in the northeast of France

Operating track

Study of two geothermal resources in France: Alsace. – Bouillante.

Operating track

Geothermal Bouillante.

Exploitatio track n

The Beauce aquifer

Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external

  • Online databases (piezometers, quality meters, drilling, soil)
  • Groundwater quality (nitrates, pesticides)
  • Geographic data (cities, river system, population density, land use)
  •  Uses of water (sewage treatment plants, domestic levies, agricultural levies, industrial samples)
  • agricultural censuses from 1998 to 2000
  •  Geology
The Beauce aquifer.

accompanying file

Loire flood risk

Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external

inondations orleans kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

  • simplified lithology
  • water system
  • levees
  • gaps
  • Flood hazards
  • The highest known water
  • Flooding 2003
flood risk Loire.
Rhone flood risks

Kmz en Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external

Vaulx velin1 kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

  • watershed
  • piezometric stations
  • risk prevention plan
  • Plan submersible surfaces
  • simplified lithology
Rhone flood risk.
Brest harbor

kmz en geodynamics internal geodynamics external

Brest

  • Geological map
  • watershed Elorn Alder
  • common
  • Body of water
  • treatment plants
  • Nature
 Brest harbor.

accompanying file

Geology and history of the city of Lyon Kmz – Geodynamics internal Geodynamics external

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Lyon

  • Lugdunum 1 et 2
  • Odeon
  • Theater
  • Basilique Notre Dame de Fourviere
  • St. John’s Cathedral
  • geological map and leaflet
  • Drilling
Geology and History of Lyon.

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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.

September 20, 2003

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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Google Mapping Only clear skies on Google Maps

Google Mapping Only clear skies on Google Maps and Earth

June 26, 2016
To celebrate the sunny days of summer (in the northern hemisphere at least). We’re unveiling new satellite imagery for all Google mapping products today. This stunning new imagery of the earth from space virtually eliminates clouds, includes refreshed imagery for regions of the world where high-resolution imagery is not yet available. And offers a more comprehensive and accurate view of the texture of our planet’s landscape. Google mapping 2

The new, even more beautiful global view in Maps and Earth.

In 2002 NASA released the Blue Marble, a global image of the earth with a resolution of one kilometer per pixel, based on data from NASA’s MODIS instrument. Updated in 2005 to twice the resolution, it has remained the canonical globally-uniform picture of the earth for over a decade.

With the Blue Marble as inspiration, we used Google Earth Engine technology to mine hundreds of terabytes of data from the USGS’s and NASA’s Landsat 7 satellite. The result is a seamless, globally-consistent image of the entire planet with a resolution of 15 meters per pixel, far finer than is possible with MODIS data alone.

To get a feel for the difference, here’s a comparison of the Grand Canyon, first from the Blue Marble Next Generation (courtesy NASA’s Earth Observatory), and then in our new Landsat-based imagery.Google mapping

The Grand Canyon, as seen by MODIS and by Landsat 7.

The Landsat 7 satellite suffered a hardware failure early in its life that introduced striped artifacts into all of its images. By analyzing a large number of images we were able to virtually eliminate these stripes, as well as clouds and other atmospheric effects. The process was very similar to how we produced theglobal time-lapse imagery of the earth that we released last month. Google mapping castellon

Castellón, Spain: One example Landsat 7 image, and the final combined image.

The resulting 800,000 megapixel global image is so big that if you wanted to print it at a standard resolution of 300 dots per inch. You would need a piece of paper the size of a city block! Google mappingGoogle mapping south america

Northwestern South America: before and after.

Mining data from a large number of Landsat images of each area allowed. Us to reconstruct cloud-free imagery even in tropical regions that are always at least partly cloudy. Google mapping papua

Central Papua, Indonesia: before and after.

We prioritized recent data when it was available. So this update also includes refreshed imagery in many regions of the world. Especially in areas where high-resolution imagery is not available. Including parts of Russia, Indonesia, and central Africa. Google mappingGoogle mapping saudi arabia

Agricultural expansion in Saudi Arabia: before and after.

This new picture of the earth also reveals the texture of the landscape with greater clarity than ever before. Google mapping brazil deforestation

Continuing deforestation in Brazil: before and after. Google mapping

We’re proud of the progress we have made, but there is always room to keep improving. For example, although we have tried to minimize the impact of the stripe artifacts in the Landsat 7 images. They are still visible in some areas. There is more good news though: the new Landsat 8 satellite. Launched earlier this year, promises to capture even more beautiful and up-to-date imagery in the months and years ahead.
Google mapping mongolia

Mongolia and surrounds, before and after. Google mapping

You can see our new satellite imagery by going to Google Maps and turning on satellite view. Or by launching Google Earth. And zooming out. Have fun exploring!                                                                                                                                                    

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Street View Goodall Explore Gombe National Park

Street View Goodall Explore Gombe National Park through the eyes

Street View Goodall October 21, 2014
In July 1960. Dr. Jane Goodall stepped off the boat in what is now Gombe National Park. Tanzania with a pair of second-hand binoculars and a notepad. Street View Goodall She was 26 years old. And was there to observe and record the behavior of chimpanzees in the wild. This summer, after four planes and a boat ride. I took my first (wobbly) steps onto the shores of Lake Tanganyika. I was about to walk the same paths that Dr. Goodall took to do her groundbreaking research into the lives of chimpanzees. And now—thanks to a Google Maps partnership with theJane Goodall Institute and Tanzania National Parks—so can you.
Street View Dr.Goodall And redefined the very notion of “human.” More than 50 years later, protecting chimpanzees and their habitat is central to the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI).

Young people will also be inspired to explore the wild through the 360 degree imagery as part of JGI’s educational program. We were invited to Gombe National Park to capture a record of this historic place. Where today the Jane Goodall Institute manages the longest-running chimpanzee research study in the world. It was here that Dr. Goodall. first witnessed chimpanzees fishing for termites using a blade of grass as a tool to dig them out of their mounds. Using tools was an act previously believed to be unique to humans. Her observations revolutionized our understanding of chimpanzees—animals that share 98 percent of our DNA—. And redefined the very notion of “human.” More than 50 years later, protecting chimpanzees and their habitat is central to the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI). Street View Goodall

Pushing through the brush, carrying the Street View Trekker. We collected thousands of 360 degree images along the narrow paths of the park to share with the world. We first stopped at a location Jane calls “The Peak”.—her favorite vantage point. I could imagine her looking out over the canopies. Peering tirelessly through her binoculars, writing in her notebook, and observing these beautiful animals as they swung through the trees.
Street View Goodall Young people will also be inspired to explore the wild through the 360 degree imagery as part of JGI’s educational program. And redefined the very notion of “human.” More than 50 years later, protecting chimpanzees and their habitat is central to the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI). Street View Goodall.

Dr. Anthony Collins and many more members of the Jane Goodall Institute in the United States And Tanzania. as well as TANAPA. Young people will also be inspired to explore the wild through the 360 degree imagery as part of JGI’s educational program. And redefined the very notion of “human.” More than 50 years later, protecting chimpanzees and their habitat is central to the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI). Street View Goodall . Young people will also be inspired to explore the wild through the 360 degree imagery as part of JGI’s educational program.street view Goodall monkey
A chimpanzee named Gizmo in Gombe National Park Young people will also be inspired to explore the wild through the 360 degree imagery as part of JGI’s educational program.
In the spirit of preservation. The Institute plans to use Gombe Street View as a unique archive of this special place. Available to future generations of researchers. This imagery complements JGI’s current monitoring efforts usingsatellite imagery and mapping to protect 85 percent of the remaining chimpanzees in Africa. Young people will also be inspired to explore the wild through the 360 degree imagery as part of JGI’s educational program. Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots. It was here that Dr. Goodall. first witnessed chimpanzees fishing for termites using a blade of grass as a tool to dig them out of their mounds. Using tools was an act previously believed to be unique to humans . And redefined the very notion of “human.”. Street View Goodall

This Street View collection is our small contribution to the already rich legacy of science and discovery at Gombe. Wherever you are. take a moment to experience what it’s like to be Jane for a day:. peek into her house. Take a dip inLake Tanganyika. Spot the chimp named Google. And try to keep up with Glitter and Gossamer.

We hope you enjoy exploring this living laboratory for yourself! Street View Goodall

It was here that Dr. Goodall. first witnessed chimpanzees fishing for termites using a blade of grass as a tool to dig them out of their mounds. Using tools was an act previously believed to be unique to humans. Street View Goodall
Special thank you to Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Lilian Pintea. Bill Wallauer. Dr. Anthony Collins.  For all of the knowledge and time they contributed to this project. earthtopomaps.com                                                                                                                           

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Street View Dubai Drive by Dubai

Street View Dubai Drive by Dubai with Street View

 Street View Dubai December 8, 2014
Dubai is home to the world’s tallest tower. Street View Dubai Largest mall and the planet’s only seven-star hotel. With all these modern wonders, it’s no surprise that Dubai hosted 10 million global visitors last year—and aims to hit a record-breaking 20 million visitors in 2020. Starting today. It can add virtual visitors to that list, as Dubai becomes the first city in an Arab country to be added to Street View in Google Maps. Street View Dubai

Start your tour with a drive on Sheikh Zayed Road. Street View Dubai the longest road in the Emirates that runs in parallel to the coastline. Peer up at the city’s iconic skyscrapers and high-rise towers that. In some cases, reach more than 1,000 feet into the clouds. On one side, you can see the city’s elevated and driverless metro system. earthtopomaps.com

Along Financial Road. Pass Dubai Mall, home to thousands of shops. But with an average of 75 million visitors every year. The mall is more than just a retail space. Inside is a 10 million-liter aquarium — one of the largest suspended tanks in the world. — and a facing it there is a flock of famous dancing fountains.
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It’s hard to believe that a city not much larger than 4,000. square kilometers has become such a hub of modern culture with more than 200. nationalities mingling daily. As well as a center for trade and tourism in just four short decades. We hope that you’ll be inspired to explore its wonders in person, but until then. They’re just a click away. Street View Dubaistreet view Dubai Screen Shot at
Most of Dubai’s buildings were constructed in the last decade. But if you’re curious to go back to where it all began. vVsit Deira. Here, the great-grandfathers of present-day merchants set up shop. Creating one of the region’s biggest markets and establishing a major link in the time’s global trade routes.
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Finally, no visit of Dubai is complete without touring the Dubai Creek. Known for its fusion of past and present cultures, and its trading connections with countries around and beyond the Arabian Gulf. Along its banks you can see merchant dhows docked and bazaars bustling with silks and spices.
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It’s hard to believe that a city not much larger than 4,000. square kilometers has become such a hub of modern culture with more than 200 nationalities mingling daily. As well as a center for trade and tourism in just four short decades. But with an average of 75 million visitors every year. The mall is more than just a retail space. But with an average of 75 million visitors every year. The mall is more than just a retail space.street view Dubai Screen Shot at
It’s hard to believe that a city not much larger than 4,000. square kilometers has become such a hub of modern culture with more than 200 nationalities mingling daily. As well as a center for trade and tourism in just four short decades.  

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Google Maps Gallery: Unlocking the World’s Maps

Introducing Google Maps Gallery: Unlocking the World’s Maps

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Google Maps Gallery February 27, 2014

In addition to finding these maps through Maps Gallery. But historically that information has been hard to find or inaccessible to the public.

If you’ve ever wondered which trails Lewis & Clark traveled for their famous expedition. Or looked for maps of the best schools in your region. You may have found yourself scouring the web without much luck.  The best results for your search may come from governments, nonprofits and businesses, but historically that information has been hard to find or inaccessible to the public. Well, now, with the new Google Maps Gallery. It’s easier for you to find maps like those all in one place.But historically that information has been hard to find or inaccessible to the public. earthtopomaps.com . In addition to finding these maps through Maps Gallery. they can be viewed in Google Earth and are discoverable through major search engines. In addition to finding these maps through Maps Gallery. But historically that information has been hard to find or inaccessible to the public.

Google Maps Gallery Internet Usage

Maps Gallery works like an interactive, digital atlas. You can explore historic city plans, climate trends, housing affordability, shipwrecks and up-to-date evacuation routes. In addition to finding these maps through Maps Gallery. they can be viewed in Google Earth and are discoverable through major search engines. In addition to finding these maps through Maps Gallery. But historically that information has been hard to find or inaccessible to the public.

This World Bank map shows per capita internet usage by country over time

Google Maps Gallery VeniceTravel back to Venice 1838 with the David Rumsey Map Collection

Today, you can browse the Gallery for maps from National Geographic Society, World Bank Group, United States Geological Survey, Florida Emergency Management and the City of Edmonton. And more organizations will be adding their maps over time. As the Gallery grows, it’ll be easier to find out where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going, giving us a new way to look at the world around us.

In addition to finding these maps through Maps Gallery. But historically that information has been hard to find or inaccessible to the public.

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In addition to finding these maps through Maps Gallery. But historically that information has been hard to find or inaccessible to the public. earthtopomaps.com                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

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google earth blog CrystalSerenityLivornoGoogle Earth Blog http://www.gearthblog.com The amazing things about Google Earth Wed, 21 Sep 2016 09:59:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.150387158. http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/the-jiangsu-tornado.html. http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/the-jiangsu-tornado.html#respond Wed, 21 Sep 2016 09:59:17 +0000 http://www.gearthblog.com/?p=18681 Although Google has neglected to update ‘historical imagery’ in Google Earth since early June, they have been adding fresh imagery, and when it is reasonably good quality, it goes into the default layer and we can see it. One such instance is a region in Jiangsu Province, China which was struck by a deadly tornado […]. google earth blog NorwegianPearlMiami

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1]]> Although Google has neglected to update ‘historical imagery’ in Google Earth since early June, they have been adding fresh imagery, and when it is reasonably good quality, it goes into the default layer and we can see it. According to Wikipedia, the tornado killed at least 99 people and injured 846 others (152 critically).

We found a number of articles showing various photos of the destruction, such as here, here, here and here. But. actually locating the event proved more difficult. We first mapped out the area that had new imagery and started searching through it for signs of damaged buildings, but with an area of nearly 4,000 square kilometres we were not successful. We did find a raised railway under construction. google earth blog NorwegianPearlSeattle And a long trail of destroyed houses that turned out to be planned road construction. The articles either mention major nearby cities or small villages that aren’t marked on the map and couldn’t be found through search. Eventually we found mention of “Danping Village of Chenliang Township” and we were able to find Chenliang. From there, the path of destruction was easy to trace over a distance of around 30 km.

To see the path of the tornado in Google Earth download this KML file.

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]]> Malaysia and Tunisia have recently received their first 3D imagery. Tunis and Sfax in Tunisia and Sungai Petani in Malaysia.But in some cases it is important to get it right. We had a problem with this in the past when we created a script to draw arcs. If we used absolute altitudes the ends of the arcs ended up all at a fixed altitude instead of ground level.

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So, to show off the 3D imagery available for US Parks. Including both the new releases and areas that already had 3D (which we looked at last October).

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The interesting upside down triangle architecture of the Hôtel du Lac, Tunis.

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Constructions sites are the easiest way to work out the date of 3D imagery. This construction site in Sungai Petani. Malaysia. tells us the 3D imagery was captured since the most recent satellite image from January 2016.

As we have previously mentioned Google appears to be slowing down in terms of new area covered by 3D. However, they are doing a significant amount of updates of existing areas.

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Note that a few of the most recent finds for this month are not included in the above chart, as we have not yet finished drawing the outlines.

To see the full coverage of 3D imagery in Google Earth and find out what other recent additions there are, download this KML file.

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Google Earth Blog There are sites such as MarineTraffic for ships and FlightRadar24 for aircraft that let you see real-time data for a significant proportion of the world’s shipping and aircraft. But if you want any historical data it has to be paid for. We have long wanted to get hold of some historical tracks so we can write algorithms to find ships and aircraft in historical imagery. But we have not managed to find any source that provides such tracks free of charge.

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York Minster in York, England.

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3]]> http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/malaysia-tunisia-get-3d.html/feed 4 18660http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/global-fishing-watch.html http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/global-fishing-watch.html#respond Mon, 19 Sep 2016 10:52:46 +0000 http://www.gearthblog.com/?p=18644 Although it is not directly related to Google Earth, Global Fishing Watch does use geographic ‘big data’. So we thought it would be worth covering. Global Fishing Watch is a partnership between Google, Oceana and SkyTruth, which aims to track the world’s fishing fleets and monitor where they fish. This will help to identify illegal […]

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4]]> Although it is not directly related to Google Earth, Global Fishing Watch does use geographic ‘big data’. So we thought it would be worth covering. Global Fishing Watch is a partnership between Google, Oceana and SkyTruth, which aims to track the world’s fishing fleets and monitor where they fish. This will help to identify illegal fishing as well as assist in the management of fisheries. Read more about it on Google’s Lat Long blog.

To use it, start here. It requires you to sign up to use it, but the signup process is fast and free. We believe the signup is required because of the sensitivity of the data. And they require you to acknowledge that you realise the data may be inaccurate, among other things. Learn what you can do and how to use it from the tutorial here.

They do not provide an API nor any way to export data to Google Earth. The data can be accessed by their research partners via Google Earth Engine. They state, however, that the underlying ship tracking data is a commercial data-set, so they cannot distribute it freely. We really wish that shipping data and aircraft data could be made available freely, but Global Fishing Watch states that it downloads 20 million data points per day, so whoever is managing the data collection must have significant costs.

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Cruise ships represent a significant amount of area and deserve to be mapped, but because they move from place to place this poses an interesting mapping problem.

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We came across this interesting track that follows lines of longitude (every four degrees). And then another ship takes over and continues the pattern further west. Was it doing some research as well as fishing?

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5]]> http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/global-fishing-watch.html/feed 0 18644 http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/ships-google-earths-3d-imagery.html http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/ships-google-earths-3d-imagery.html#comments Fri, 16 Sep 2016 12:47:18 +0000 http://www.gearthblog.com/?p=18629 We have long had a fascination with cruise ships in Google Earth. Cruise ships represent a significant amount of area and deserve to be mapped, but because they move from place to place this poses an interesting mapping problem. Some time back we had started making a collection of placemarks for various ships in 3D, […]

6]]> We have long had a fascination with cruise ships in Google Earth. Cruise ships represent a significant amount of area and deserve to be mapped, but because they move from place to place this poses an interesting mapping problem.

Some time back we had started making a collection of placemarks for various ships in 3D, but never got around to completing it. In some cases, the name of the vessel can be seen in the imagery, but at other times, identifying it requires a bit of detective work. Yesterday, GEB reader Frank (not Frank Taylor), who also contributes outlines for our 3D imagery KML, sent us a collection of placemarks for cruise ships and ferries in 3D, which was much more comprehensive than ours. So, we have combined it with our collection and are providing it here in case our readers are interested.

Grab the collection here. We have implemented it as a network link and may update it over time, but do not guarantee that we will have time to do a lot of regular maintenance.

We found that a few of the placemarks we had created in the past no-longer have cruise ships at those locations. Also interesting is that some of the cruise ships in the imagery have since been sold and renamed or in some cases, such as the Sky Wonder, have since been scrapped.

A number of cruise ships appear more than once in the 3D imagery. For example:

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Some time back we had started making a collection of placemarks for various ships in 3D, but never got around to completing it. In some cases, the name of the vessel can be seen in the imagery, but at other times, identifying it requires a bit of detective work. Yesterday, GEB reader Frank (not Frank Taylor), who also contributes outlines for our 3D imagery KML, sent us a collection of placemarks for cruise ships and ferries in 3D, which was much more comprehensive than ours. So, we have combined it with our collection and are providing it here in case our readers are interested.

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Norwegian Pearl, in Seattle (west coast of the US).

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10]]> In yesterday’s post we talked about Landsat imagery and how in some locations there are only a few cloud-free images per year. That was not entirely accurate, as there are some places where it is practically impossible to find a cloud-free Landsat image.

We were recently exploring the north-western area of Colombia (looking for circular islands). And noticed that the imagery there is of particularly poor quality. Most of Choco Province, Colombia, has no high resolution satellite imagery and instead uses the global mosaic. created from Landsat imagery. To make the global mosaic, Google took Landsat imagery captured over multiple years and searched for cloud-free pixels to use in the final mosaic. However, when we looked at the region with our Landsat animations KML. we found 49 images captured over the last three years. But they all had significant cloud cover.

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Some areas look like abstract art. Another place with a similar problem – year round cloud cover – is the rainforest belt of Central Africa. In some places, Google has had to use Landsat 7 imagery, which we can see because of its characteristic stripes due to a faulty component on the Landsat 7 satellite.

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3D imagery is above the default terrain, so intuitively one would expect relative altitudes to move upwards when you turn on.

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We are not sure whether the above effect is due to just cloud cover. Seasonal changes in the water levels or the fact that the water colour changes over the seasons.

For an understanding of which parts of the globe have the most cloud cover, see this animation from NASA. Note that it is not images of clouds. But rather maps of the average amount of cloud cover over a month. We could not find a version for longer periods to find out which locations have near-permanent cloud cover.

Another place with a similar problem – year round cloud cover – is the rainforest belt of Central Africa. In some places, Google has had to use Landsat 7 imagery, which we can see because of its characteristic stripes due to a faulty component on the Landsat 7 satellite.

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Because we cannot smooth them out without knowing what the ground altitude is at each point.

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Landsat 7 stripes.

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11]]> http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/cloudy-places-hard-photograph-space.html/feed 0 18603http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/land-lost-vs-land-gained.html http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/land-lost-vs-land-gained.html#comments Tue. 13 Sep 2016 11:20:45 +0000 http://www.gearthblog.com/?p=18587 We recently came across this interesting article by National Geographic about a recent study of land/water changes over the last 30 years. The study is by researchers at the Deltares Research Institute, who used Google Earth Engine to gather and process the data. The data itself comes from Landsat imagery. Sadly, we were not able […] google earth blog NorwegianPearlMiami

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12]]> We recently came across this interesting article by National Geographic about a recent study of land/water changes over the last 30 years. The study is by researchers at the Deltares Research Institute, who used Google Earth Engine to gather and process the data. The data itself comes from Landsat imagery.

Sadly, we were not able to figure out a way to view the data in Google Earth. Was notable for being able to easily display maps in Google Earth. This is a pity, because we find Google Earth a much better platform for exploring this kind of data.

Nature Climate Change,. However, the data itself is published as a publicly available 2D map.

Most inland water bodies are quite seasonal, so we wonder how the researchers corrected for that. The Landsat imagery typically covers each spot on earth once every 16 days. This often means only a few good images per year. For the global mosaic used in Google Earth, many different images over multiple years are combined together to get the cloud-free image. But can vary considerably from year to year (more on this in a future post) This doesn’t apply to coastal land reclamation, which tends to be permanent.

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The difference between relative altitudes and absolute altitudes is not always obvious. But in some cases it is important to get it right. We had a problem with this in the past when we created a script to draw arcs. If we used absolute altitudes the ends of the arcs ended up all at a fixed altitude instead of ground level. The eventual solution that we came up with was to use absolute altitudes and read the end point altitudes from Google’s Elevation API.

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Land reclamation near Seoul, South Korea, as seen in Aqua Monitor.

We have previously created animations of land reclamation and artificial islands being built. But we restricted ourselves to the time-frame visible in Google Earth historical imagery. Rather than the 30 years used in the above study. google earth blog riverknot

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13]]> http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/land-lost-vs-land-gained.html/feed 1 18587http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/remembering-911-google-earth-2.htmlhttp://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/remembering-911-google-earth-2.html#respond Mon, 12 Sep 2016 11:27:40 +0000http://www.gearthblog.com/?p=18571 We have done a number of posts in past years covering various aspects of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the subsequent rebuilding of the World Trade Center, so today we will only be looking at some of the most recent changes. If you go to the site of the World Trade Center in Google Earth, […]

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14]]> We have done a number of posts in past years covering various aspects of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the subsequent rebuilding of the World Trade Center, so today we will only be looking at some of the most recent changes.

If you go to the site of the World Trade Center in Google Earth, and turn off the 3D buildings layer.

2016. and shows 3 World Trade Center nearing completion. According to Wikipedia, the concrete core is now at its maximum height. We previously created a Street View slideshow showing the changes that have taken place over the years. We have updated it with the most recent imagery below.

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Because we cannot smooth them out without knowing what the ground altitude is at each point. Oddly enough, this contradicts what it says on this page. Which states that Google Earth uses absolute altitudes for tours precisely because of the problems we are experiencing.

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Speed in milliseconds per image: World Trade Center 2 in the corner opposite the pools. And World Trade Center 5 on an adjacent block. See Wikipedia for more.

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15]]> http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/remembering-911-google-earth-2.html/feed 0 18571http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/weird-altitude-effects-google-earth.html http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/weird-altitude-effects-google-earth.html#comments Fri, 09 Sep 2016 11:54:35 +0000 http://www.gearthblog.com/?p=18559 Yesterday we made some Google Earth tours of various US parks. We recorded the tours using Google Earth’s built in ‘Record a tour’ button on the tool bar. And then navigating with a SpaceNavigator 3D mouse. Everything seemed fine until we played back the tours and found that some of them have bumps in them […]

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16]]> Yesterday we made some Google Earth tours of various US parks. We recorded the tours using Google Earth’s built in ‘Record a tour’ button on the tool bar and then navigating with a SpaceNavigator 3D mouse. Everything seemed fine until we played back the tours and found that some of them have bumps in them and occasionally some have quite severe up and down jitter. We found that these effects were actually part of the tours as they would occur in the same place when played again.

Thus Google Earth recorded the wrong altitudes when recording the tour. And when playing it back new altitude data is available. So it looks wrong. After much investigation. We do believe that is the main cause of the problem, but that there are other issues as well. google earth blog York Minster

We thought it would be interesting to try and fix the tours by using some maths to smooth out the altitudes. However. Smoothing them out may be difficult or impossible. Google Earth can store altitudes in two basic ways: relative to the ground (or sea floor). or an absolute measurement (from sea level). A third option is to leave out the altitudes and have objects automatically clamp to the ground level.

Because we cannot smooth them out without knowing what the ground altitude is at each point. Oddly enough, this contradicts what it says on this page. Which states that Google Earth uses absolute altitudes for tours precisely because of the problems we are experiencing.

As we noted in this post. when viewing areas with 3D, Google Earth shows the altitudes from the 3D imagery in the status bar. Or whether it uses the 3D imagery where available. What we found was surprising.

Typically. 3D imagery is above the default terrain, so intuitively one would expect relative altitudes to move upwards when you turn on. 3D imagery. What happens is the opposite. They move downwards. This is because.

The two scenes below illustrate what happens. In both cases we have some lines set to a fixed height relative to the ground:

17 August month-end post we mentioned that Monument Valley, Arizona / Utah was now in 3D in Google Earth. Several other US parks also received 3D imagery at the same time. What we didn’t realise at the time was the reason why. Google added 3D for several US parks at the end of August. It was because the US National Park Service celebrated its hundredth birthday on August 25, 2016. earthtopomaps.com

So, to show off the 3D imagery available for US Parks. Including both the new releases and areas that already had 3D (which we looked at last October). We have created some Google Earth tours, which you can view in Google Earth with this KML file. We have also recorded a select few of them in the YouTube video below:

Note that we haven’t created tours for every US park that has 3D. We have included outlines for the parks we know about that have 3D. If you notice we have missed any, please let us know in the comments.

For a map of all areas, not just US parks, that have 3D use this KML file.

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18]]> http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/us-national-parks-in-3d-for-centenary.html/feed 3 18544 7]]> http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/ships-google-earths-3d-imagery.html/feed 2 18629http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/worldview-4-skysat-launches.html http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2016/09/worldview-4-skysat-launches.html#comments Thu, 15 Sep 2016 11:14:57 +0000 http://www.gearthblog.com/?p=18614 The next couple of days will see two significant launches for satellite imaging.                                                       The post Ships in Google Earth’s 3D imagery appeared first on Google Earth Blog.

Crystal Serenity in Livorno, Italy.

If you are interested in collections of ships visible in 2D imagery, be sure to check out the Google Earth Community transport collections.

The post Ships in Google Earth’s 3D imagery appeared first on Google Earth Blog.                                                                                                       Which have a resolution of 3-5 m per pixel. It is also better resolution than the best imagery Google Earth currently has for some locations, so we hope Google considers using Terra Bella imagery to fill in the gaps in Google Earth.

Which have a resolution of 3-5 m per pixel. It is also better resolution than the best imagery Google Earth currently has for some locations, so we hope Google considers using Terra Bella imagery to fill in the gaps in Google Earth.                                                                                                               This is not as good as WorldView-4’s 30 cm per pixel, but is better than Planet Lab’s Dove satellites.                                                                                  Norwegian Pearl, in Miami (east coast of the US). earthtopomaps.com     

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