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1 The coordinates of all records presented in this report are incorrect as given in decimal degrees; if the decimal is removed and the coordinates are read as degrees, minutes and seconds, they are correct.

2 The coordinates as given for the record in this report are incorrect; they should read 35.7269°N, 88.0728°W.

3 The coordinates as given for the record in this report are incorrect; they should read 35.5280°N, 88.2083°W.

4 The coordinates as given for the record in this report are incorrect; they should read 35.434632°N, 86.908775°W.

5 The coordinates as given for the record in this report are incorrect; they should read 35.562256°N, 86.78597°W.

 

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