Common Decimal Degree and Metre distances

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    Comparing version 10:59, 14 Apr 2010 by matt with version 11:02, 14 Apr 2010 by matt.

    Sometimes I just want to know how long X might be in decimal degrees or metres without going through a bunch of steps. Ideally this would be calculator, but I don't have the time to figure out how to that so for now we'll just jot down the ones I've needed. These numbers are based on Yukon Albers projection at approximately ~64°N and measured in the horizontal (remember that metres to DD changes with latitude).

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    Sometimes I just want to know how long X might be in decimal degrees or metres without going through a bunch of steps. Ideally this would be calculator, but I don't have the time to figure out how to that so for now we'll just jot down the ones I've needed. These numbers are based on Yukon Albers projection at approximately ~64°N and measured in the horizontal (remember that metres to DD changes with latitude).

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