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The Boxing Day Tsunami part of Teaching with Google Earth:Examples
Undergraduate students map data from the National Geophysical Data Center and the United States Geological Survey on Google Earth and study visualizations in order to explore the causes and effects of the Tsunami ...
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Northwest Passage part of Teaching with Google Earth:Examples
An investigation of changes in polar regions using Google Earth.
Energy Consumption Rates across the USA and the World part of Teaching with Google Earth:Examples
A investigation of differences in rates and categories of energy use between countries and US states
Our Place in the World (Long Island Series) part of Teaching with Google Earth:Examples
Our Place in the World is a hands-on Google Earth activity designed to establish a local, regional, and global geographic context in connection with a course, workshop, or field trip.
Teaching with Google Earth part of Teaching with Google Earth
Created by Glenn A. Richard, Mineral Physics Institute, Stony Brook University A Complete Guide to Using Google Earth in the Geoscience Classroom What is Google Earth? - provides Google Earth basics, including ...
Environmental Reconnaissance of a Salt Marsh part of Teaching with Google Earth:Examples
This is a field and computer laboratory exercise that introduces undergraduate students, advanced high school students, and members of the general public to using Google Earth, GPS, aerial imagery, and an online ...
Selecting Sites for Renewable Energy Projects part of Teaching with Google Earth:Examples
Students use Google Earth to investigate appropriate locations for a variety of renewable energy projects in the United States. These include projects that use solar energy, bioenergy, hydroelectricity, tidal power, wind energy, wave energy, and geothermal energy.
HydroViz virtual hydrologic observatory part of Teaching with Google Earth:Examples
HydroViz is an educational "virtual" hydrologic observatory developed for a "real" watershed and is based on integration of field data, remote sensing observations and computer simulations of hydrologic variables and processes. The main purpose of HydroViz is to support hydrology education in engineering and earth science courses.
Examples of Google Earth Activities part of Teaching with Google Earth
HelpRefine the Results 4 matches General/OtherProblem Set 3 matches Classroom Activity 4 matches Lab Activity 2 matches Project 2 matches Earth's Cycles 1 match rock cycle, hydrologic cycle, carbon cycle and ...
Share Sources of KML Data part of Teaching with Google Earth
Keyhole Markup Language (KML) has been widely adopted as a format for the storage and sharing of geographic data for Google Earth and other geobrowsers. We are building a collection of sources of KML data that can ...