Using data from Copley et al. 2010 and the Google Earth Tool MARGEE we made a plate reconstruction for India. Click on the animation to download KMZ file.
Student groups act as first responders.
Bill Richard’s Dry Falls. Ten times the size of Niagara, Dry Falls is thought to be the greatest known waterfall that ever existed.
By importing a CSV file from the geo field book app we are visualizing field data in Google Earth. We can:
- Import a CSV file with geolocation of the symbol along with the type, dip, strike, and so on.
- Edit properties of each symbol.
- Customize annotation.
- Export as KMZ or CSV file.
Try it out
Symbols out in the field
Jen Piatek’s Willimantic Dome outcrop along Route 6 in Coventry, CT. (Series of Gneisses and Schists, containing lots of nice looking garnets.)
Callan Bentley’s gigapan of an exposure above next to the Fort Valley Road (Rte. 678) just downstream of Blue Hole in the Passage Creek Day Use Area of George Washington National Forest.
Paul Karabinos demos the use of SketchUp / Layout for strucutral geology