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Google Earth Sea Level Rise

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A walkthrough for how you can simulate sea level rise in Google Earth
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Ryan Rod (1 month ago)
first thing you did was do a google search of a solid blue JPG... whatever, I'll give the rest of the video a shot...
A V (1 year ago)
When you demo the 50m and 20m rise on Lady Liberty it would be much easier to see the waterline if the opacity were higher.. otherwise, this is totally excellent - thanks!
gollor (1 year ago)
Doesn't seem to work in the latest version of google earth desktop.
dj noah (1 year ago)
gollor because you need to actually need to download google earth not go to the website
Leif Halvorsen (1 year ago)
Hey and thanks for the very instructive video. I've done a test on this layer and it's looking like there is is some deviation on the altitude. The altitude on where my house is situated is 16 m.a.s.l. If I add e.g. 10 meter on the "Altitude field" I should still be able to see my house above the sea level but I'm not. I'v done the same test on a local mountain here with altitude 858 m.a.s.l. With sea level added to 816m I can barely see the top of the mountain. What can be the reason on this problem? Is the map it self not accurate enough?
Br00ksy (1 year ago)
Can this be done to simulate low sea level from 20,000 yrs ago?
There are models online that show this. Basically most of the continental shelves are exposed.
vanhouten64 (2 years ago)
Excellent, very helpful! I will use this to study mountain prominence in particular regions.
Anon User (3 years ago)
It was easy to follow these directions.  I followed them on a different type of computer OS and everything worked fine.     
Qubicx (3 years ago)
why am I subbed to you?

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