"Fire" will be a higher level layer, just like traffic, satellite and transportation maps.
Google Maps has many new features to help people better understand our burning planet. The first layer is a new "fire" layer in the main view of the map, which allows you to see the exact boundaries of the fire just as easily as looking for existing traffic patterns. Google previously released information on fires as part of its Crisis Response website, but with climate change, "fire season" has become an annual event in arid regions such as Australia and the western United States. Fire will be among the features of the higher level maps. p>
Google says the new Fire Level "brings all your Google Fire info together" into one easy-to-use interface. In the US, it also receives data from the International Fire Administration (NIFC), and the company says it wants to expand fire details with other government agencies, starting with Australia in the coming months. Fire limits must be updated on an hourly basis, and Google says you can click on the fire to view local government information, such as “emergency websites, helpline and information, and evacuation details. If available. You can also see important details about the fire, such as how to their containment, how many acres, and when this information was last reported.” Desktops will be released in October.Los Angeles awning cover, which needs work. Google Austin is better in some areas, but Google Chicago. Google Miami Google Louisville. Google
Google has also announced plans to expand the Tree Canopy Tool, which it launched in 2020. The Google Map tool combines Google's aerial imagery with computer vision AI to create a map showing tree cover in cities. The expansion announced today will increase Tree Canopy images from 15 cities to 100 cities worldwide.
Google urges city planners to use the Tree Canopy tool to combat urban heat islands, where there are miles of asphalt and water shortages. The shade of trees can make cities noticeably warmer than the surrounding areas. Google says heat islands "disproportionately affect low-income communities and contribute to a number of public health concerns - from poor air quality to water scarcity. With tree data, local governments have free access to relevant information." They plant trees to increase shade and reduce shade. Warm up and reduce these side effects.
Google launched the Tree Canopy tool in Los Angeles, and the company says the data "has become an important part of the city's long-term goal of increasing tree shade." at least 50 percent by 2028.” The tool is also used by officials in Louisville, Austin, Chicago and Miami.
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Google Maps tracks global warming using the new "Fire" layer, the tree canopy tool
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