How to track the polar ice coverage using Google Earth
When it comes to the additional features on Google Earth, you will see that you can track some really important environmental factors using this software, that will excite the nerd in you, and also provide a level of awareness of the effects of climate-related anomalies. One such statistic is polar ice coverage. Over the years, we have read everywhere that global warming has led to the polar ice caps melting, but it is not really easy to travel to the poles and see the impact for ourselves. Thanks to Google Earth, you can now track the polar ice coverage and maybe even plan around how we can remedy the situation in the coming years.
If you are someone who is interested in this statistic, this is how you can access it on Google Earth.
Step 1. Open the Google Earth application on your web browser.
Step 2. Click on the ‘three line’ icon at the top left-hand side of the home page.