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Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS: A Workbook Approach to Learning GIS, 3rd Edition by Michael D. Kennedy

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A Closer Look at ArcGlobe and Adding Data to It
____ 60. While you have been doing the preceding steps (presuming that you have been working straight through the steps—which may not be the case), ArcGlobe has been running in the background, spinning the Earth. Restore the ArcGlobe window or restart the program. Stop any spinning. Zoom to Full Extent. Move the globe around, so you can see the United States. Zoom so that it pretty much fills the window.
____ 61. Using the same procedure as with ArcMap, add the following data sets, one at a time, to ArcGlobe.7 After each one, use Zoom To Layer. Plan to wait for the computations to take place. (Display them as 3D vectors.) (Show layers at all distances.)
[___] IGIS-Arc\Other_Data\
KY_County_Boundaries_Geo.shp
(This is a geographic coordinate version of the Kentucky Boundaries coverage that you used previously, when its projection was the Kentucky state plane north zone.)(Change the symbol color to light green. Display at all distances.)(Then zoom to this layer.)
[___] IGIS-Arc\River\Lexington.mdb\Roads (Change the symbol color to black.) (Then zoom to this layer.)
[___] IGIS-Arc\River\cole_DEM (Use this layer as an image source)
[___] IGIS-Arc\River\cole_drg.tif
[___] IGIS-Arc\River\COLE_DOQ64.JPG
[___] IGIS-Arc\River\Boat_SP83.shp (Display symbol in point units. Use a red hexagon symbol, size 5.)
____ 62. Experiment with the Zoom control (right mouse button or mouse wheel) and zooming to various layers. Notice that the ...

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