Yay! We’ve got a new toy here at the lab! We’ve received a Google Earth Builder license! We’re excited because it will allow us to publish huge data sets that we were never able to publish before. The first thing we’ve decided to publish is a historic map of the cumulative impact of mountain top […]
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I’ve been recently asked to demonstrate the visual impacts of some potential wasterock dumps in Superior Arizona. We’ve acquired the plans for the wasterock dumps. The plans were drawn by Golder Associates in 2010 for Resolution Copper Mining, a company pushing for the privatization of public land for the purpose of copper mining. So we […]
Hello, my name is Yolandita. I am an Environmental Sustainability major at Shepherd University and a volunteer at SkyTruth. I have been asked to produce a 3D model of a coal train, that will be published to Google Earth. Coal companies are planning to export coal from Powder River Coal Fields in Wyoming to Bellingham, […]