GEOHACK – Metal Detecting Research Maps EVOLVED!

GEOHACK – Metal Detecting Research Maps EVOLVED!

Tired of visiting multiple map websites while doing research for metal detecting spots? Well, there is good news. We’ve discovered an amazing tool called GeoHack.

GeoHack is simple to use, and once you get the hang of it, you may never use another mapping system again. Basically it allows you to open a location in over 50 different types of maps, all from one page!

All you need is the Latitude and Longitude coordinates for the location you are wanting to research.

The following page makes it simple to access any geographic location using nothing but latitude and longitude coordinates.

The link will open in a new window, so you don’t lose your place here.

http://tools.wmflabs.org/geohack/

On The Next Page, Enter these coordinates and Press “Do It” – (top box) 34.751667 (bottom box) -92.131111 (copy n paste by right-clicking) This example uses the decimal coordinates on right side of input box.

Now, you will see maps for Little Rock, Arkansas. Scroll down and you will notice links to navigate to over 50 maps services that feature your entered location. With a little practice, you can have multiple research resources at your fingertips, all from one convenient location.

If you want to navigate to a spot that’s south of the equator, just change the N to an S. And for places in the eastern hemisphere, use an E in place of the W.

Final Thoughts

Just one more tool in your metal detecting tool box, brought to you by detecting365.com – Your Arsenal Of Metal Detecting Knowledge!

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