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The Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), Java 3D software development packages, and World Wide Web (the Web) offer great potential for delivering three-dimensional, collaborative virtual environments to broad, on-line audiences. These capabilities have significant potential in ocean sciences, so a visualization environment was developed to explore(More)
Mobile applications are particularly exciting to geographers due to their ability to collect swathes of spatial data from citizens, to present information relevant to a user's current location, and to present data via interactive visualizations. While these functions are presented together within a single mobile location-based application (LBApps), the(More)
In this paper we introduce and discuss a new approach to the visualization of transient groundwater responses on hillslopes in an effort to support improved conceptual understanding of complex hydrological processes. This project provides an alternative geovisualization interface that enables experts and students to perceive this complex phenomenon, while(More)
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