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The 15 Minute Story Map | GIS Education Community

The 15 Minute Story Map | GIS Education Community | Professional Learning for Geog teachers - links | Scoop.it
The 15 Minute Story Map: Walking to the San Diego Airport.
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Lesson 0: Orientation | GEOG 586: Geographic Information Analysis

Lesson 0: Orientation | GEOG 586: Geographic Information Analysis | Professional Learning for Geog teachers - links | Scoop.it
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Good intentions not enough: do your sums on urban sustainability

Good intentions not enough: do your sums on urban sustainability | Professional Learning for Geog teachers - links | Scoop.it
It is not surprising that there is plenty of debate about making urban development more sustainable.
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Maki | A clean point of interest icon set from MapBox | MapBox

Maki | A clean point of interest icon set from MapBox | MapBox | Professional Learning for Geog teachers - links | Scoop.it
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Understanding Earthquakes and Volcanoes... with oreos!

Understanding Earthquakes and Volcanoes... with oreos! | Professional Learning for Geog teachers - links | Scoop.it
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Perpetual Ocean by NASA

NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio — the same team that recently brought us an animation of the moon as it will appear from Earth for each hour of 2012 — has also released a stunning video called “Perpetual Ocean,” a time lapse of the world’s ocean currents as calculated by the ECCO2 computational model.

 

This is an stunning visualization of ocean currents.  Thanks for the suggestion! 


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Michelle Carvajal's curator insight, December 11, 2012 9:10 PM

This video is pretty awesome! I love how it shows the different ways that the currents move around the continents and in mid ocean. How are we not to expect for natural phenomenoms to be unpredictable when our oceansa re the same. i would have never expected to see so many idfferent flows and currents but they do exist. It gives you a look into how are planet works and also gives you a chilling thought of how easily a ship would get lost in deep ocean waters. - M. Carvajal

Jacob Crowell's curator insight, December 15, 2014 4:39 PM

This is an amazing video. The technology we have at our disposable is truly remarkable and we have reached a point where mapping all the currents of the ocean can be done and put up on youtube. This information is available to people who otherwise would have no idea how to interpret ocean currents.

Hector Alonzo's curator insight, December 16, 2014 10:18 AM

This video shows just how technology is advancing, being able to show how the world's water currents move and, especially, showing how different our bodies of water are. I always thought the currents were somehow connected, but now I see that many move in their own way.