Jules Map Server

Lou Estey, UNAVCO

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This site offers map tools to better visualize geophysical and geological processes and structures. Jules Verne Voyager is an interactive map tool for virtual exploration of Earth and other worlds (e.g. Mars, Jupiter and their moons); with custom map creation and fully interactive pan and zoom and extensive image selection. An ILP Global Strain Rate Map displays the latest global model of strain in the Earth's crust. Voyager Junior is designed for more casual browsing of Earth. It is usually faster, with pre-set pan and zoom using pre-made Voyager images.

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Subject: Geoscience:Geology:Tectonics, Structural Geology, Geoscience:Lunar and Planetary Science:Mars:Structure/Tectonics, Images/Maps/Visualizations, Geoscience:Lunar and Planetary Science, Lunar and Planetary Science:Mars, Geoscience:Geology:Structural Geology:Structural Visualizations, Geoscience:Oceanography
Resource Type: Audio/Visual:Maps, Computer Applications, Datasets and Tools:Datasets with Tools
Special Interest: Visualization
Grade Level: College Lower (13-14), Middle (6-8), High School (9-12), College Upper (15-16), Graduate/Professional
Data Derived: Data Derived
Data Source: Observational Data
Science Background Required: Broadly accessible
Theme: Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Planetary Science, Structural Geology, Teach the Earth:Teaching Topics:Plate Tectonics, Teach the Earth:Course Topics:OceanographyKeyword: comparative planetology