In celebration of World Oceans Day this past weekend, Google offered up a sneak peek at some improvements that are coming to the ocean data in Google Earth. Some of the examples they showed were quite impressive!
Google has released major improvements to the ocean a few times in the past. In January, 2009 they updated the aerial view of the ocean with more realistic imagery and followed that up a month later with the 3D ocean (as part of Google Earth 5) that we now enjoy.
This new data will take things even further, as Google is working with NOAA’s National Geophysical Data Center and the University of Colorado CIRES program to help improve the quality of the ocean layer. To help you dive into the new data, Google has created this KMZ tour to show you around.
(via +Google Earth)