Canada GEESE Introduction by Declan DePaor. Supplemental file links:
Fig. 1. COLLADA models are used here to represent the Earth’s geographic pole (blue cylinder) and a slice through its magnetic field. Movie link: http://youtu.be/TcOP7SgLtXY.
Fig. 2. Modelling Earth’s interior using Primary Database transparency (Note: this technique works only with versions of Google Earth© pre-version 6). Created by Mladen Dordevic. Movie link: http://youtu.be/hz-Z1rNCZek.
Fig. 3. Emergent COLLADA model showing subduction in western USA and Canada. Movie link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ne6COglqa7M.
Fig. 4. Mantle tomography of the Tonga Region viewed by draping a red image over Google Mars and using it to represent the Earth’s core. All other features are COLLADA models. Movie link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=uNGPAcnnDYI.
Fig. 5. St. Patrick’s Oratory is a small chapel on the summit of Croagh Patrick, western Ireland. However, on Google Earth© the building is not seen at the summit. Movie link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjtn93R9Eio.
Canada GEESE 1: Google Earth© Models with COLLADA and WxAzygy Transparent Interface: An example from Grotto Creek, Front Ranges, Canadian Cordillera, by Katherine J.E. Boggs, Mladen M. Dordevic, and Scott T. Shipley. Supplemental file links:
Specific files of note for this article are located at:
Grotto Creek Part 1 – Google Earth© 6.2
Grotto Creek Part 1 – Sample Data
Grotto Creek Part 2 – WxAzygy(R)
Grotto Creek Part 3 – The WxAzygy(R) Application