Google Earth unveiled an updated version Monday of its Timelapse, which allows you to see satellite images of the effects of growth dating to 1984.

It now has additional years and for some locations, more clarity and less clutter in the images.

The new time-lapse goes by in 10 seconds, but a feature allows you to change (recommended) to slow or medium speed. You can also stop year-by-year. Open Timelapse

Here are some local time lapses.

Portland's suburbs push out to the the region's urban growth boundary.

Always fun to look at any Mount Hood angle. Some startling clear cuts.

Growth in Bend includes homes, and check out when the golf courses appear.

An eruption of homes in West Salem! And East Salem. And South Salem.

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