We saw some amazing new Google Earth-related stories in March, and here are some of my favorites.
We took a look at the latest release of SketchUp and the new version of the 3D Warehouse.
George at MyReadingMapped dug into the topography of plate tectonics.
We saw this remarkable image of a river that moves like a snake as its path adjusts over the course of 28 years.
Along with much of the earth, we looked at possible outcomes in the disappearance of flight MH370.
We looked at some remarkable projections of sea level rise in the next 2000 years, using Google Earth to show the possible results on various historic sites.
We showed you some Google Earth-inspired carpets from Roosmarijn Pallandt.
We dug into the fake “story” of Gemma Sheridan being trapped on a desert island and being found because of Google Earth.
We showed you how a few groups in Ohio used Google Earth to prove a case of illegal dumping in the Ohio river.
We showed you some of the first imagery from the landslide in Oso, Washington, provided by NASA.
We took a look at Eric Stitt’s latest post, this one covering great use cases for the Google Earth overlay tool.
What was your favorite story from March?