Last month we showed you a creative visualization of the Parting of the Red Sea that MyReadingMapped had put together. They’ve also assembled a collection of files to help teach users about the ocean floor, while providing various charts and graphs to help explain things.
They’ve put together various resources to make this tool worthwhile, including a Google Map, a downloadable KML file and a blog post with more information.
Their original blog post is fairly old, but they’ve written a new one titled “Understanding the Ocean Bottom in Google Maps” that gives some great tips. They’ve also created a blog entry and video (below) that discuss the 342-foot tsunami in the Strait of Magellan in 1969.
(via Google Earth Hacks)