Updates to and Sharing of Fluid Earth Viewer
A number of updates were made to the Fluid Earth Viewer user interface in December 2018, including slight changes to the menu structure and overall look. These changes were designed to speed load times and reduce menus covering the globe when opened. A few additional data sets, including atmospheric ozone, were added to Fluid Earth Viewer during the update process.
Fluid Earth Viewer was shared with the wider Earth and atmospheric sciences communities at the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting in Washington, DC and AMS 2019 Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ.