... that you can use to learn more about Earth: You can pan and zoom around and you ... classroom-style topographic map, a satellite view, street map, earth at night and temperature and precipitation maps. All ...
Earth Alerts 2019.1.240Much more than a weather monitoring program
Earth Alerts is a Windows-based application that allows you to monitor in near real-time a variety of natural hazard events that are occurring anywhere around the world. Earth Alerts uses a variety of online resources provided by organizations such as the National Weather Service, U.S.
Earth Alerts 2019.1.240 details
|Author:||South Wind Technologies|
|Released:||Sep 2, 2019|
|File size:||2.90 MB|
|Keywords:||volcano alert, weather forecast, earthquake alert, notification, notify, alert|
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Earth Alerts for Windows 10 - Full description
Earth Alerts is a Windows-based application that allows you to monitor in near real-time a variety of natural hazard events that are occurring anywhere around the world. Alert notifications, reports, and imagery provide the user with a convenient way to view natural phenomenon as they occur, whether close to home or some far-flung corner of the globe!
Earth Alerts uses a variety of online resources provided by organizations such as the National Weather Service, U.S. Geological Survey and Smithsonian Institution (just to name a few), to identify what sort of activities "Mother Earth" is currently dishing out on the planet.
To use Earth Alerts, you simply select the specific natural hazards -- earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, tropical cyclones, wildland fires, landslides, severe weather, local weather, etc. -- and the locations that interest you. The application will then automatically retrieve the latest information from various live data feeds available on the Internet and present it to you in a convenient arrangement of reports, maps and images.
Earth Alerts has been available to the general public since 2005. In that time it has undergone a number of significant enhancements. As a hobby, a one man production and a labor of love, conceiving the ideas and creating Earth Alerts has been a (time consuming) pet project over the past few years!