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Posted Sun Feb 23 2014: from American Live Wire:
Google Joins Deforestation Fight By Launching Global Forest Watch Website
The Global Forest Watch website produced by the search giant Google itself is about to change all that. It is an online forest monitoring system available to anyone with an Internet connection around the globe. World Resources Institute partnered with Google to create the site and system along with a team of more than 40 other partners. The website will make use of the technology that includes Google's own Earth Engine and the Maps Engine to track forests around the world with the help of satellite imagery. It will also detect changes taking place in forests in close to real-time. All the information will be made available for free to the general public through the World Wide Web.
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