Tuesday, December 16, 2008

This week in San Francisco: Virtual Globes!

Posted by Jon Dehn and John Bailey, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Starting today, over 15,000 geoscientists and educators will gather at the Moscone Center in San Francisco for the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. Following on from previous years, we are convening a special session on Virtual Globes. This year's session is titled "Visualizing Scientific Data Using KML and Virtual Globes," and will take place all day on Thursday 18th December.

There will be over 60 talks, posters and demonstrations from researchers, educators and developers. The session has been organized in collaboration with Google, and they will have plenty of experts on hand at their exhibitor booth to help with KML problems and answer your Google Geo questions. Anyone is welcome to stop by and register for the conference for a day, so if you're in the Bay area, please check it out! The week starts off tonight with Michael Jones, Google's Chief Technology Advocate, giving the Frontiers of Geophysics Lecture. His talk, "The Spread of Scientific Knowledge from the Royal Society to Google Earth and Beyond" will be held at 6:30pm PST. The lecture will also be broadcast as a live webcast.

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