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Resource ID: #290
Subject: 141
Source: 973Randy Sargent, Vanessa Schneider
Affiliation: Google
Date: 2014

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Covering science stories, love building maps, or just want to see something really cool? Working with the USGS and NASA, Google released more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space, compiled into an interactive timelapse map. News outlets around the world have been using this stunning imagery to localize stories about urban growth, deforestation and more. Here's a rundown of the session, for both developers and non-developers: First, we'll walk you through how we built our timelapse map, then demo how to easily embed it on your website. Next, we'll show you how to create custom tours with the imagery using a special editing tool we built for storytellers. Finally, we'll demo Earth Engine, Google's geo data analysis platform, the core technology used to compile the timelapse imagery. Developers in the room will have the opportunity to sign up to be Trusted Testers for Earth Engine's advanced geo data analysis tools.

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