Added the USGS 7-day earthquake feed to the Gulf Monitoring toolkit
Go to our Open Positions page to see the latest positions we're looking to fill at SkyTruth. Do you have what it takes??
If you're looking for a list of spills that we've found or have been monitoring over the past year since the BP Deepwater Horizon blowout, here is a spreadsheet with links to our blog.
I found the ftp link for ASTER imagery and added to Data Sources list. Files are in HDF format, so we will have to download them and translate to geotiff before we can view them in Google Earth. Looks like about 100M per image, so that's a lot of storage :-)
We've created a page with links to the Google Fusion tables created with data collected from the National Response Center's databases from 1990 through 2010. Click to access the NRC Data page.
Wow - what a great package of data I just found at the EPA - has streams, watershed boundaries, impaired waters, beaches and much much more. - http://www.epa.gov/waters/tools/WATERSKMZ/WATERSKMZ.html
We added the combined national NAIP imagery to the image library. If you have already loaded it in Google Earth, you have to re-load it here:
Most states have imagery from 2010 - for coverage check here:
We at SkyTruth spend a lot of time looking at satellite images, and this means that we also spend a lot of time wandering through clumsy government web portals to get at the latest free imagery. Well here in the lab we finally got fed up with all the extra mouse clicks, so we made a single KML file that lets you quickly browse through all the available MODIS imagery (for now just region USA7, which includes the Gulf of Mexico). You can see it here:
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