Monday, May 23, 2011

Not Constantinople

From the Atlantic:

Istanbul is one of the world's great cities with a population of 15 million spread out over 700 square miles of land. While that's no Los Angeles-level of sprawl (L.A.'s metro area is pegged at 4,800 square miles), the Turkish city has been growing and spreading rapidly over the past few decades. The city has tripled in area over the last 35 years.  In this false color satellite image taken by the German space agency, the DLR, the yellow areas reflect human buildings.


Steve Clowney

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