Google releases first batch of post-Sandy imagery

Google has just released some imagery of the northeastern United States post-Hurricane Sandy, and it includes many miles of shoreline in New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.

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The imagery is remarkably sharp and covers quite a lot of area. You can view it yourself on the Superstorm Sandy Crisis Response page, or grab this KML file to view it for yourself in Google Earth.
(via Google Maps Mania)

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Comments

  1. i couldn’t spot many damage….the houses look intact except 4 a little water and sand on the streets!

  2. “Sandy Imagery” has just appeared in the “Tour Guide” feature.



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