Google Street View Charts The Great Barrier Reef

Google Street View Charts The Great Barrier Reef
technology

Google partners with the UQ Global Change Institute to photograph and map out the health of coral on the national landmark.

Alice Chan
  • 24 february 2012

Google is bringing Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to the comfort of your own home. The tech giant has recently launched a joint project with the UQ Global Change Institute, the Underwater Earth NGO and the Catlin Seaview Survey to create a “street view” of the iconic reef. Available on seaview.org, the photographs and maps offer visitors a unique glimpse of the world’s largest coral reef system.

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