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Radius Search from Pottawatomie County High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Lincoln County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  120617.01NNW76Radius Search
Chimney RockUSA-OK  Great Plains  116030.36E30Radius Search
Chimney Rock EastUSA-OK  Great Plains  118030.57E190Radius Search
Okfuskee County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  104032.11ENE90Radius Search
McClain County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  139034.21W30Radius Search
Cleveland County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  137034.74W Radius Search
Oklahoma County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  141034.91WNW60Radius Search
Logan County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  128437.27NNW114Radius Search
Chimney HillUSA-OK  Great Plains  134045.17SSE140Radius Search
Garvin County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  130050.57SSW140Radius Search
Cain BenchmarkUSA-OK  Great Plains  111252.86NNE Radius Search
Lamar MountainUSA-OK  Great Plains  111054.15ESE280Radius Search
Payne County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  117554.59N75Radius Search
Johnston County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  124055.21SSE10Radius Search
Grady County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  156058.02W50Radius Search
Arbuckle Mountains High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  141058.22S390Radius Search
Grady County Prominence PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  147058.87WSW120Radius Search
Carter County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  129059.97SSW30Radius Search


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  • For Radius Search, use WGS84 decimal degrees for latitude and longitude. South latitude and west longitude are negative. For example: 47.5, -122.84
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