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Radius Search from Douglas County High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Washington County High PointUSA-NE  Great Plains  138510.11NNW125Radius Search
West Pottawattamie County High PointUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  136011.09ESE Radius Search
Sarpy County High PointUSA-NE  Great Plains  130017.3SW110Radius Search
Mills County High PointUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  134421.68SE94Radius Search
Harrison County High Point #2USA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  144030.35N Radius Search
Murray HillUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  138031.36N20Radius Search
Harrison County High Point #3USA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  144033.32N Radius Search
Harrison County High PointUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  144035.26NNE80Radius Search
Monona County High PointUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  148036.4N160Radius Search
Fremont County High PointUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  129039.8SSE100Radius Search
Pottawattamie County High PointUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  136041.88E Radius Search
Montgomery County High PointUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  130041.98ESE20Radius Search
Cass County High PointUSA-NE  Great Plains  137044.29SSW40Radius Search
Saunders County High PointUSA-NE  Great Plains  164045.18W30Radius Search
Granger HillUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  138046.12N0Radius Search
Burt County High PointUSA-NE  Great Plains  143047.94NNW20Radius Search
Durr HillUSA-IA  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  132047.95N40Radius Search
Dodge County High PointUSA-NE  Great Plains  159047.99WNW20Radius Search
Lancaster County High PointUSA-NE  Great Plains  152049.98WSW80Radius Search
Blackbird HillUSA-NE  Great Plains  140350.01NNW43Radius 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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