Marist College in Google Earth
On page 31 of Archaeology Southwest (Vol. 24, Nos. 1–2), Jennifer Levstik explains why this historic adobe building is endangered.
The Center for Desert Archaeology uses three-dimensional modeling to understand and share information about the places of our shared past. Google Earth is one way that we can share 3D models in a real-time desktop virtual reality browser.
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