Google Earth is a 3-dimensional virtual globe composed of satellite and aerial photographs in which the viewer can zoom in to anywhere in the world and discover additional geographically relevant data. This website will examine how environmental changes affect natural sciences and how Google Earth is a revolutionary tool to help study these environmental effects in a whole new way. We will discuss how the environment affects climate, diseases, and weather. Since the software is an extraordinary way to represent the Earth and its environment through free, advanced technology that is easy to use, this web page will demonstrate how Google Earth is a breakthrough tool for environmental scientists, epidemiologists, and meteorologists.
Created By: Jillian Prier, Will Woodhouse, Jessie Shef