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Bible Geocoding - Bible Maps in Google Earth and Google Maps - 14 views

    Bible google earth
eva harvell | The online map game | solve - 22 views

    This is a great activity for integrating geography with technology!

Lesson Plans - 14 views

    Google Earth case lessons using case studies on glaciers and fooding and volcanoes.
Dean Mantz

Google Earth for Educators: 50 Exciting Ideas for the Classroom | Associate Degree - Fa... - 33 views

    50 ways to use Google Earth in the classroom.
Tim Childers

Maptrot - Map Your Community - 0 views

    Map your community. Create KML files for Google Earth
Jennifer Dorman

KMLFactBook - 0 views

    KmlFactBook is a unique site which lets you load data sets from CIA Factbook and WRI Earthtrends into Google Maps and create cool presentations from them. You can view facts such as population of various countries, their GDP, immigration rate and a lot more on Google Maps and on Google Earth. If you would like to view the data offline then you can download it in kml format and open it with the desktop version of Google Earth.
Rob Jacklin

Google LatLong: Mapping resources for the Red River Floods - 0 views

    As the news began to spread of the Red River's record-setting crest level, the first order of the day was to help get the word out to as many as possible. This was especially true in Fargo, North Dakota's most populus city, with 92,000 residents living in the vicinity of the Red River. For many Fargoans, the need for timely, flood-related geographical information, including shelter locations, evacuated neighborhoods, and official news was paramount. Radio Fargo-Moorehead, owners of several of Fargo's TV and radio stations, worked to develop a My Map that was embedded across its network of Fargo-area station websites, including:,,,,, and Through the collaborative editing properties of My Map, this map was jointly kept updated over the course of the flood, the changes being instantly reflected on the Radio-Fargo station websites. After only 72 hours, the number of map visits from Fargoans, Moorheaders, and others from across the country exceeded 250,000. These resources will continue to evolve as this situation continues to change.
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