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23 de Septiembre 2005

Hurricane Rita - Using Google Earth to Track

Hurricane Rita track in Google EarthDue to Hurricane Rita, there's a lot of interest in finding tools for tracking and watching the hurricane. Normally I write stories on one application/tool at a time, but given the intense interest in these tools I'm just going to share all the main tools I have found useful.

Here is my list of Hurricane weather tools from my My Places folder. You will want to open the various sub folders and explore the different types of information (satellite photos, sea surface temperatures, computer models, and more).

Contained within this folder are actually contributions from dozens of individuals. You all deserve credit, but in the interest of timing I'm just throwing this stuff out. The main two tracking tools I've written about here. You can find most of these tools and other related web sites in a post maintained by a Google employee at the Google Earth Community here.

Enviado por FrankTaylor at 23 de Septiembre 2005 a las 09:40 AM

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  • Comentarios

    This is a great idea! I may just have to borrow it. ;^)

    Enviado por: montana_morrison at 23 de Septiembre 2005 a las 04:13 PM

    Thanks for the toolkit, it is very awesome work!

    Enviado por: C. Enrique Ortiz at 24 de Septiembre 2005 a las 11:20 AM

    It was fun visiting here. Wishing you a great day! quilt Your fabric yoyo: http://www.homeinsurancequotes.org/sitemap.html , out little pieces of bread and cups of juice

    Enviado por: Dustin Ford at 29 de Septiembre 2005 a las 10:37 PM

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