In this feature, users can choose between the “Featured Animal” and “Mammals” modes while
browsing for animal data. The “Featured Animal” mode will include rare and uncommon animals selected by our editors periodically. In “Mammals,” users can explore mammals of their
own interests. Both modes include species distribution and timelines.
Similar to the Animal section, the EARTH app offers both “Featured Plant” and “Common Plants”
modes for users to browse. We will show the users the distribution, appearance,
and characteristics of the selected plants.
In this section, we will include earth structure and earthquake records and how earthquake can
assist geological research. For example, we will show the depth of subducting plates and their
relation to island arc volcanoes and earthquakes. and on top of that, the EARTH app will show
how we use earthquakes to know all of that.
Mico-particulate refers to particulates with an aerodynamic equivalent diameter less than or equal
to 2.5 microns in ambient air. It can be suspended in the air for a longer period of time.
The higher its concentration in the air, the more severe the air pollution is.
Mico-particles have an important influence on air quality and visibility,
and are closely related to human health.
This section will be focusing on population and human migration, mainly concrete on the history
of migration from Africa to the rest of the world. Space and rockets are also included
in EARTH app, such as rocket launch bases and rocket launches, satellite coverage.
The cloud maps we see are from specialized meteorological satellites. These satellite cloud maps
can be divided into visible light satellite cloud maps, and infrared weather cloud maps. The cloud
itself is an integral part of the appearance of the earth and is our basic module. In addition, the
cloud map can also help users have a comprehensive and intuitive understanding of the weather
system, including helping users analyze and predict the weather.