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Google Earth Engine To Provide Climate Change Data

December 3rd, 2010 12:43 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Meshach tips news that Google has unveiled Google Earth Engine, “a new technology platform that puts an unprecedented amount of satellite imagery and data — current and historical — online for the first time. It enables global-scale monitoring and measurement of changes in the earth’s environment.” They’re also “donating 10 million CPU-hours a year over the next two years on the Google Earth Engine platform, to strengthen the capacity of developing world nations to track the state of their forests, in preparation for REDD. For the least developed nations, Google Earth Engine will provide critical access to terabytes of data, a growing set of analytical tools and our high-performance processing capabilities.”

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