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Atoms From Space: the use and abuse of satellite imagery

Google Tech TalksMarch 5, 2007ABSTRACTGoogle has one of the largest aerial/satellite image collections in the world, but there's more to find in all that data than just a picture of your house. The same data that goes into Google Earth can tell you more about your environment than a Star Trek tricorder, if you know where to look.Come learn about "Remote Sensing": how to make quantitative use of satellite and aerial data, whether it's visible imagery or something more exotic. Compute cloud cover over Cleveland. Determine deforestation in Denali. Prove that your neighbor's pissing in your pool. Whether you're across the street or across the solar system, if you can't touch it, it's all about...
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