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Globe-based earth browsers like GoogleEarth have turned web-based cartography into a widely accepted
commodity. This success is based on the three components: The browser software itself, remote sensing
data as a backdrop maps and thematic content layers.
From a GRASS GIS perspective, the ability to communicate thematic content via earth browsers is a
strategic means to quickly communicate findings to very large communities.
This poster describes the current options to compose such thematic content layers by using GRASS GIS:
Loosely coupled Keyhole Markup Language (KML) export functionalities provide the „glue“ for the seamless
integration between the GIS and the earth browser.
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.