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Fold Analysis Challenge

The Fold Analysis Challenge is an engaging, interactive exercise that takes place on the surface of Google Earth. The goal is to develop students’ geospatial skills and understanding of the folding and faulting of rocks. Applications include pre-field trip preparation, post-field trip reinforcement, and virtual field trip for distance education courses.
Stage 2 only available at this point.

2013 Events

Google Booth at AGU 2013
Google Booth at AGU 2013
Declan presenting the GEODE project at the Google Booth, San Francisco CA, December 2013
Google Booth at AGU 2013
Digital Express at GSA 2013
Digital Express at GSA 2013
Steve And Terry presenting at our digital poster session, Denver CO, October 2013
Digital Express at GSA 2013
Glass at Fall AGU 2013
Glass at Fall AGU 2013
John demos Google Glass at our AGU poster session, San Francisco CA, December 2013
Callan at GSA 2013
Callan at GSA 2013
Callan Bentley and students had several presentations
Callan at GSA 2013
GEODE at the UT Austin Summit
GEODE at the UT Austin Summit
The GEODE team participated in the Summit on the Future of Geoscience Education. Goto 00:35:05
GEODE at the UT Austin Summit
Making and Interpreting Geologic Maps with Mobile Devices and Google Earth.
Making and Interpreting Geologic Maps with Mobile Devices and Google Earth.
Heather presents a workshop at Rocky Mt GSA, 18th May, 2014
Making and Interpreting Geologic Maps with Mobile Devices and Google Earth.
T10. GEOSPATIAL VISUALIZATIONS IN TEACHING, RESEARCH, AND SOCIETAL APPLICATIONS.
T10. GEOSPATIAL VISUALIZATIONS IN TEACHING, RESEARCH, AND SOCIETAL APPLICATIONS.
Callan and Declan are conveing this session, 4/10/2014 8:00AM.
T10. GEOSPATIAL VISUALIZATIONS IN TEACHING, RESEARCH, AND SOCIETAL APPLICATIONS.
Structural Geology & Tectonics Forum.
Structural Geology & Tectonics Forum.
Declan is presenting a workshop June 16-18 2014
Structural Geology & Tectonics Forum.
Topical Session T57. Digital Geology Sandpit.
Topical Session T57. Digital Geology Sandpit.
Abstract Deadline July 29 2014
Topical Session T57. Digital Geology Sandpit.

Symbols

By importing a CSV file from the geo field book app we are visualizing field data in Google Earth. We can:

  1. Import a CSV file with geolocation of the symbol along with the type, dip, strike, and so on.
  2. Edit properties of each symbol.
  3. Customize annotation.
  4. Export as KMZ or CSV file.

Try it out

symbols

Symbols out in the field