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Subject: Re: Finding your station coordinates
From: meredithlamb meredithlamb@.............
Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2002 01:07:16 -0700

Hi John,

Another excellent web site (if you live in certain U.S. states)
is at:
One can move the map directional, and the cursor movement
reveals the longitude and latitude to help pinpoint along streets
roads, highways etc.

Meredith Lamb

John & Jan wrote:

> This page may be helpful in finding the coordinates of you seismograph
> station.  An even better site is
> Cheers,
> John
>  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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