This month, Geoff Phelps from USGS Geology, Minerals, Energy and Geophysics in Menlo Park, CA describes the challenge of visualizing subsurface data on a virtual globe.
Subsurface data includes earthquake hypocenters, borehole interpretations, seismic sections, tectonic plates, water tables, aquifers, and geologic units!
One possibility is to use the NASA WorldWind virtual globe.
Other virtual globes (Google Earth, Cesium, etc.)?
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