Google Earth in the classroom: San Francisco and earthquakes

Juicy Geography has posted a great geography classroom project: Using Google Earth to visualise a safer San Francisco during an earthquake. There are plenty of resources available, but this site brings them all together into Google Earth via a KMZ file. Definitely something all educators should take a look at (and perhaps also people living in San Francisco?)

[Update 10:01 UTC: Juicy Geography has many more Google Earth teaching ideas and resources here.]

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  1. Mentions in Google Earth blogs

    Thanks to Google Earth blog for the kind mention of Juicy Geography’s Google Earth page, and Alan Parkinson’s RGS-funded project.

    Ogle Earth has mentioned my San Francisco exercise recently.

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