Google Earth: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill – Info Page

For those of you seeking further information on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, you’ll be pleased to know that Google has just added an official crisis response page, giving you the important resources and info that you need.

As reported from GEarthBlog, you can visit the official page here. You’ll see that Google has included a series of satellite images using their Google Maps and Google Earth technology, to display different information about the oil spill and boom placements.

By clicking the points of interest on the left hand side, you’ll see the map update with your relevant choices, letting you see the exact effect of the oil spill from above.

Head to the page now, and let us know your thoughts on it. There is also various links in which you can do something to help if you wish.

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