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Extract digital elevation model (DEM) from Google Earth

Extract digital elevation model (DEM) from Google Earth 

A digital elevation model (DEM) is a representation of elevation data to represent terrain. A global DEM refers to a discrete global grid. Global Digital Elevation Models are available freely on the Web with spatial resolution 12.5m, 30m and 90m. The following video shows how to How to extract digital elevation model (DEM) contour lines and Hillshade from Google Earth. 
For extract digital elevation model (DEM) from Google Earth you need: 
-> Google Earth + web site https://www.gpsvisualizer.com/elevation + ArcGIS 
-> Download Google Earth Pro -> Download, 
-> https://www.gpsvisualizer.com/elevation -> Link 
Google Earth > gpsvisualizer > ArcToolbox > Conversion Tools > From GPS > GPX to Features > Spatial Analyst Tools > Interpolation > IDW > Surface > Contour > HillShade… 

Follow the video step by step for Extract digital elevation model (DEM) from Google Earth.


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