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Google Earth Application Maps Carbon's Course

Source: Scientific Daily, ENN, Date: September , 2009

Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words, particularly when the picture is used to illustrate science.

Google Earth -- the digital globe on which computer users can fly around the planet and zoom in on key features -- is attracting attention in scientific communities and aiding public communication about carbon dioxide. Recently Google held a contest to present scientific results using KML, a data format used by Google Earth.


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