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Subject: Re: Finding your station coordinates
From: meredithlamb meredithlamb@.............
Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2002 01:07:16 -0700
Another excellent web site (if you live in certain U.S. states)
One can move the map directional, and the cursor movement
reveals the longitude and latitude to help pinpoint along streets
roads, highways etc.
John & Jan wrote:
> This page may be helpful in finding the coordinates of you seismograph
> station. An even better site is http://terraserver.com/
> From Earth Science Site of Week sent Apr. 2:
> Here's missing URL for
> LATITUDE/LONGITUDE POSITION FINDER: "Use this resource to identify the
> latitude and longitude position of any point within the [coterminous]
> United States. Simply touch the map below to zoom in on the area you
> select, until you find the precise location. There are 9 zoom levels in
> all." Audience: All.
> I've also included some other useful mapping resources.
> Mark Francek
> Professor of Geography
> and Earth Science
> Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859
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