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Using Google Satellite Photos with the Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia #631
Written: 2005.05.06 by: David Wasserman

This article gives step-by-step instructions for viewing Google's satellite photos to supplement CME data.

Review 2014: This article is dated, because satellite photos are now also available using the GMap link in bivouac, and that is the way that most people would access them. Satellite photos of most of Earth's surface are now available on-line from Google. Here's how to use them with the Canadian Mountain Encyclopedia. 1. Open a browser window and sign on to bivouac.com (you've already done that). 2. Use "Search" to find the mountain (or other feature) you want in the centre of the satellite photo. 3. Cut any one of the three full lat-long specifications (degrees/decimal minutes,

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