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Google Earth is a free, easy-to-use geobrowser that has become a popular tool for observing planet Earth. Several features within Google Earth can enhance teaching of geomorphology concepts. The ability to tilt a scene and view a landscape three-dimensionally, along with the capability to make measurements and construct an elevation profile, can greatly facilitate the identification and characterization of land-forms and geomorphic mapping. Historical imagery allows users to access and analyze imagery dating back to the 1940s in some locations. This time-series of imagery is useful for studying natural and anthropogenic geomorphic processes and change. In addition to the geospatial...

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