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Jennifer Dorman

KMLFactBook - 0 views

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    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.
Alex Parker

Scarce supply - the world's biggest rare earth metal producers - 1 views

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    Rare earth elements (REE) such as scandium, yttrium and 15 other minerals are sought after for their unique technology applications, but their scarcity means those countries lucky enough to contain them hold significant sway over global supply. Mining-technology.com profiles the eight biggest rare earth producers based on latest production and reserve data.
Dean Mantz

geteach.com - 15 views

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    Very cool site providing Google Earth in two side-by-side windows allowing for compare/contrast activities. 
Peter Horsfield

Tan Le - Extraordinary People Changing the Game - 0 views

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    The human mind. The last frontier of man's journey to discover himself and the one thing that sets humans apart and makes them unique from all creatures on Earth. The mind is often referred to as a person's soul, containing the various aspects of thought, emotion and decision. And so, understanding the mind is a great necessity to help us address a lot of the problems that society is facing today, by working on ways that will help enhance the human mind, which will then result on the improvement of a person's life and thus enable him/her to become a more productive member of the community. To read more about Tan Le visit www.thextraordinary.org
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    The human mind. The last frontier of man's journey to discover himself and the one thing that sets humans apart and makes them unique from all creatures on Earth. The mind is often referred to as a person's soul, containing the various aspects of thought, emotion and decision. And so, understanding the mind is a great necessity to help us address a lot of the problems that society is facing today, by working on ways that will help enhance the human mind, which will then result on the improvement of a person's life and thus enable him/her to become a more productive member of the community. To read more about Tan Le visit www.thextraordinary.org
eva harvell

Earth Science - 1 views

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    The investigations and visualizations on this site were designed to accompany Earth Science, a high school textbook authored by Spaulding and Namowitz and published by McDougal Littell. The Web site was developed by TERC, a non-profit educational research and development firm in collaboration with McDougal Littell. Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation.
anonymous

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

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    Bible google earth
Jennifer Dorman

The Minature Earth - 0 views

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    Video - if the world's population was shrunk to 100 people, here are the percentages of different groups represented.
Dean Mantz

Google Earth - Google Tools for Schools - 20 views

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    Here is a great wealth of Google tools and training resources compiled by Jenn Dorman formerly of DEN.
Dean Mantz

2,000 New Archaeological Sites Found Using Google Earth - 18 views

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    2,000 archaeological sites in Google Earth.
Dean Mantz

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » Flight Day with Google Earth - 9 views

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    Google Earth tutorial on how to create your own virtual tour.
Rob Jacklin

Google offers first looks at GeoEye-1 imagery | Webware - CNET - 0 views

  • Google has begun offering the first high-resolution imagery from the GeoEye-1 satellite it helped sponsor--but only as an optional layer in Google Earth for now.
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    Google has begun offering the first high-resolution imagery from the GeoEye-1 satellite it helped sponsor--but only as an optional layer in Google Earth for now
Dean Mantz

Google Earth Outreach - 13 views

  • Spreadsheet Mapper 2.0 We've improved our Spreadsheet Mapper tool! Some of the new features include:
Ben Darr

School Systems Blog - Technology Tools for the Classroom: Google Earth - 0 views

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    This is a list of lesson ideas to use with Google earth.
Dean Mantz

Environment - ChangeGamer - 11 views

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    Are you studying....eutrophication? Insects? water catchments? bird migrations? substaining fish? How about Planet Earth? These are all interactive sites for students to explore and use what they have learned through a gaming process.
Dean Mantz

Free Technology for Teachers: 18 Google Earth & Maps Lessons for K-12 - 16 views

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Peter Horsfield

Extraordinary People - Julia Butterfly Hill - 0 views

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    Julia "Butterfly" Hill endured 738 days atop Luna to stop loggers from cutting the 1,500-year-old redwood tree. Maxxam Corporation, the operator of Pacific Lumber, did their best to get her off Luna to no avail. Finally, after two years and eight days of residing 800 feet above the ground, Julia "Butterfly" Hill once again set foot on earth. Luna was saved and the bestselling "The Legacy of Luna" followed suit. Now, Luna remains to be a living tree and is yet to be made timber for houses or exotic sets of furniture.
Dean Mantz

vvtechleader's googleearth Bookmarks on Delicious - 2 views

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    Collection of Google Earth resources for educators. 
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