Google Earth enters fourth dimension, highlights humanity's heavy hand

Google Earth enters fourth dimension, highlights humanity's heavy hand

arstechnica.com
Las Vegas grows, even as the water supply that feeds the growth is shrinking. Roughly four years ago, Google engineers started working with the US Geological Survey to create what it's now calling Google Earth Engine. Thanks to NASA satellite imagery obtained as part of the Landsat program, the...
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