columbia glacier

columbia glacier

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

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

Earth From Space: The Retreat of Alaska's Columbia Glacier

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Earth From Space: The Retreat of Alaska's Columbia Glacier

A picture of Earth through time

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Today, we're making it possible for you to go back in time and get a stunning historical perspective on the changes to the Earth’s surface over time. Working with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA and TIME, we're releasing more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space,...
A picture of Earth through time

Google Visualizes Massive Changes To The Face Of The Earth With New Timelapse Project

techcrunch.com
A lot can change in 28 years, and Google has put together a very graphic demonstration of just how much can happen geographically with a new effort that combines global, annual Landsat satellite image composites with its Google Earth Engine software. The result is a series of interactive time lapse...
Google Visualizes Massive Changes To The Face Of The Earth With New Timelapse Project

Google & Time Inc. Launch Timelapse: See How Any Part Of The World Has Changed Over Time

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The new Timelapse site, created by Time Inc. and Google, is a pretty amazing way to see any part of the world has changed since 1984 through 2012. The site offers preset and amazing animations such as the growth of Las Vegas and the shrinking of the Columbia Glacier, but...
Google & Time Inc. Launch Timelapse: See How Any Part Of The World Has Changed Over Time

New Google timelapse project shows how Earth has changed over 28 years

www.pcworld.com
The times, they are a-changin'--but a new Google timelapse project shows just how much the world's geography is a-changin' too, based on nearly 30 years of satellite imagery. You can see the expansion of the Dubai coast with in-sea development in the past decades, the Saudi Arabia irrigation process,...
New Google timelapse project shows how Earth has changed over 28 years
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