Resources for mapping on the Internet through Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo and other online search engines.
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2013
Books about Google™ Earth are scattered throughout the collection. Check the call numbers in the online catalog to see where a book is shelved.
Relevant subject headings to use in the online catalog:
All about Google Earth from Wikipedia.
Encyclopedia of GIS
Call Number: Baker/Berry Ref. G 70.212 .E534 2008
There is an entry for mash-ups.
Google Earth™ software is available for download here.
If you are interested in using Google Earth Pro, please contact the Evans Map Room for more information.
Need help with Google Earth™, click here.
There are tutorials available for mapping with Google Earth™. Click here.
Google Earth: Learn - an interactive tool to learn the features in Google Earth.
Call Number: Evans Clere story Study GA 193.C3 A72 no. 136
The article compares both versions of Google Earth.
These are links to tools that help you convert data into something usable in Google Earth or Maps.
Call Number: Evans Clere story Study GA 101 .C334
Article by Eva Dodsworth entitled "Historical Mapping Using Google Earth." It is in number 61 Fall 2008, pages 63 - 69.
From Free Government Information (FGI), these are sites that let you download a file and see the results in Google Earth. For more sites, click here. Also check various government GIS sites. They are creating KMZ files from their data for use in Google Earth.