Max and Min Lat and Long readings

Jul 12, 2011 at 6:55 PM

I am wanting to do some testing to make sure I am getting correct Latitude and Longitude readings.  Can you send me the max and min readings for both for the continental US, Hawaii and Alaska?

Thanks In Advance

John Grindel

Coordinator
Jul 12, 2011 at 7:29 PM

I could extract the bounding boxes from the Tiger census data, but I am rather backlogged right now and it would be a while. You can easily determine boundaries, however, using Google maps. Just right-click on a point on the map and select "What's here?" The latitude and longitude will appear in the search box. Choose the boundary points or places of interest and read the coordinates. There may also be a way to do this with Bing but if so, I haven't found it yet.

Jul 12, 2011 at 8:11 PM

Thank you very much, I can do that.

John

From: mcb2003 [email removed]
Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 2:30 PM
To: Grindel, John
Subject: Re: Max and Min Lat and Long readings [SsisBatchGeocoder:264878]

From: mcb2003

I could extract the bounding boxes from the Tiger census data, but I am rather backlogged right now and it would be a while. You can easily determine boundaries, however, using Google maps. Just right-click on a point on the map and select "What's here?" The latitude and longitude will appear in the search box. Choose the boundary points or places of interest and read the coordinates. There may also be a way to do this with Bing but if so, I haven't found it yet.



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Jul 12, 2011 at 8:35 PM

Here is what I came up with.

Continental US Latitude and Longitude MIN and MAX

Northwest Corner

48.04871,-124.277344

Northeast Corner

47.279229,-68.203125

Southeast Corner

25.403585,-80.771484

Southwest Corner

32.62087,-116.938477

Southern Tip of Texas

25.948166,-97.426758

Hawaii

22.278931,-160.224609

22.207749,-159.378662

19.487308,-154.841309

18.979026,-155.687256

Alaska

Northwest Corner

70.080562,-161.71875

Northeast Corner

70.020587,-143.085937

Southwest Corner

55.37911,-162.246094

Southeast Corner

54.977614,-132.011719

Thanks Again

John Grindel

From: mcb2003 [email removed]
Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 2:30 PM
To: Grindel, John
Subject: Re: Max and Min Lat and Long readings [SsisBatchGeocoder:264878]

From: mcb2003

I could extract the bounding boxes from the Tiger census data, but I am rather backlogged right now and it would be a while. You can easily determine boundaries, however, using Google maps. Just right-click on a point on the map and select "What's here?" The latitude and longitude will appear in the search box. Choose the boundary points or places of interest and read the coordinates. There may also be a way to do this with Bing but if so, I haven't found it yet.



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