Google Earth Timelapse shows how man has altered the planet in 32 years

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In 2013, Google launched Timelapse — a Google Earth project that shows us how the Earth has changed in the last thirty years or so. 

Now, Google has updated Timelapse with imagery spanning from 1984 to 2016 and petabytes (PB) of new data which includes new, sharper images.  Read more…

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Google Earth Timelapse shows us how our planet has changed since 1984

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In 2013, Google launched Timelapse — a Google Earth project that shows us how the Earth has changed in the last thirty years or so. 

Now, Google has updated Timelapse with the four past years of imagery — it now spans the period from 1984 to 2016 — and “petabytes” of new data, which includes new, sharper images. 

The imagery gives you quite an amazing view into various processes that change the shape of our planet — deforestation, glacial motion, urbanization, war. Google offers a curated selection of interesting locations and events, such as the reconstruction of the Oakland Bay Bridge in San Francisco or the movement of the Hourihan Glacier in AntarcticaRead more…

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