Messing with Maps: Then and Now edition
Plus: Lake Powell Follow-up; Reading List
WARNING: The subject of today’s dispatch could be habit-forming! At least it is for me.
It’s called Landscape Explorer and it was put together by Working Lands for Wildlife. This remarkable then-and-now tool allows the user to compare aerial imagery, mostly from the 1950s, with modern maps. So with a simple slide of the mouse you can see, right there on…