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Clip description Keywords
Are online maps 'wiping out history'?
Are online maps 'wiping out history'?

Duration: 04:18

Are internet maps wiping the rich geography and history of Britain off the map? Two experts disagree.

 
Enforcing shipping lanes in the English Channel
Enforcing shipping lanes in the English Channel

Duration: 02:53

Modern technology is used to track the movement of ships in the English Channel and reduce the risk of collision.

 
Google Street View goes live in the UK
Google Street View goes live in the UK

Duration: 01:46

Google's new Street View service has launched in the UK, allowing 360 degree views of areas surveyed.

 
Regulating air traffic movements in British airspace
Regulating air traffic movements in British airspace

Duration: 02:59

Modern technology is used to track the movement of all aircraft entering British airspace. Strictly defined flightpaths and stacking systems are used to regulate the flow of air traffic.

 
Searching for gold in County Tyrone
Searching for gold in County Tyrone

Duration: 4:23

Significant quantities of gold have been discovered in the countryside of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

 
The influence of geology on our landscape
The influence of geology on our landscape

Duration: 04:42

Modern digital terrain model technology is transforming our perceptions of geology and the influence of rock type on both the physical and human landscape.

 
Using remote sensing technology to find water in Darfur
Using remote sensing technology to find water in Darfur

Duration: 1:45

Geologists hope remote sensing technology can be used to locate new supplies of water in the troubled region of Darfur, Sudan.

 
Using remote sensing technology to find water in the desert
Using remote sensing technology to find water in the desert

Duration: 6:02

Geologists have used remote sensing technology to locate new supplies of water in the rocks beneath the Sahara Desert.

 

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