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    Flood Your Google Earth

    You can set the depth to what you want to flood your google earth, then refresh the network link and wait till it loads and you'll see which areas would be underwater and which wouldn't.


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    The thumbnail is San Francisco in 91 meters of water. Check out the attached picture..
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    How do you flood land

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    Read the instructions on the linked website. You need to turn on the network link. Now hover over land with mouse to find out approximate elevation. Convert that to meters. Click "edit" on the network link. The standard "Location" is: http://bernhard.sterzbach.de/ge/flood.php?elev=1000

    See the number 1000? That means your area will be flooded 1000 meters. Change the elevation to what you want, refresh network link, and tada.
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    from
    http://bernhard.sterzbach.de/ge/flood.php?elev=1000



    Fatal error: Cannot break/continue 1 level in /srv/www/htdocs/web693/html/ge/flood.php on line 20

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    You type that under "Location" in the network link after clicking edit. Chnage the 1000 to whatever you want.
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