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Google Maps fun--playing with Sea Level Rise

Google Maps fun--playing with Sea Level Rise | Geography | Scoop.it

The updated HeyWhatsThat Map site allows you not only to play with different artificial sea levels, but also to add contour levels and even land cover if you want.

 

The above image shows the Grand Canyon area with red set at 1630m asl, orange at 1730m, yelllow at 1830, and blue contour lines at 200m intervals.  Really brings out the startling erosional features of the area.


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Bring back our Nigerian girls

Bring back our Nigerian girls | Geography | Scoop.it

The recent mass kidnapping of 230 Nigerian teenage girls has now come to the attention of the world.


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Missing Nigerian Girls

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Missing Nigerian Girls: LA to hold Bring Back Our Girls Rally on Monday, May 5, 6 p.m., at the intersection of Crenshaw and King Boulevards.

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Google Maps fun--playing with Sea Level Rise

Google Maps fun--playing with Sea Level Rise | Geography | Scoop.it

The updated HeyWhatsThat Map site allows you not only to play with different artificial sea levels, but also to add contour levels and even land cover if you want.

 

The above image shows the Grand Canyon area with red set at 1630m asl, orange at 1730m, yelllow at 1830, and blue contour lines at 200m intervals.  Really brings out the startling erosional features of the area.


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'Bring back our girls alive'

'Bring back our girls alive' | Geography | Scoop.it
Will Ross reports from a protest in Abuja where mothers have been pressing for the release of 230 schoolgirls abducted by militants two weeks ago.

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