Virtual Globes at AGU 2008 – Science Applications of Google Earth

Virtual Globes at AGU 2008

If you are interested in scientific applications of Google Earth (and other virtual globe technologies), then the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) is the place to be. They are once again hosting a series of special sessions called “Virtual Globes at AGU” – with many papers, posters, and demonstrations. In 2006 and 2007 I flew out to San Francisco to attend these sessions and learned about a lot of scientific Google Earth applications (see links below). This year’s line up of presentations looks equally fantastic (NOTE: there are four sessions at the top and summaries link to abstracts with more details). Thanks to John Bailey (one of the principle organizers of the Virtual Globes sessions listed on their main web page).
Unfortunately, I’m not going to be able to attend this year. If you plan to attend this year’s AGU, have a good grasp of Google Earth technology, and would like to serve as a Google Earth Blog guest writer, please contact me (leave a comment here, or send me an e-mail – see about page). I will publish several posts covering the AGU event. Don’t be shy, this is a big enough event that more than one reporter may be needed.
Posts on prior GE-related sessions at AGU:

About Frank Taylor

Frank Taylor started the Google Earth Blog in July, 2005 shortly after Google Earth was first released. He has worked with 3D computer graphics and VR for many years and was very impressed with this exciting product. Frank completed a 5.5 year circumnavigation of the earth by sailboat in June 2015 which you can read about at Tahina Expedition, and is a licensed pilot, backpacker, diver, and photographer.

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