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What country is 14 degrees north and 120 degrees east?

What country is 14 degrees north and 120 degrees east?

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Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea
14°0′N 109°15′E South China Sea
14°0′N 120°37′E Philippines
14°0′N 121°56′E Lamon Bay
14°0′N 122°19′E Philippines

What country is 120 degrees East?

Name the countries whose land territory lies on, or nearest to, the 120 degree east meridian….120 Degree East Meridian Countries.

degrees country
5.68 South Korea
10.54° Vietnam
12.38° Cambodia
12.32° Laos

What continent is 15 degrees north latitude and 15 degrees east longitude?

The meridian 15° east of Greenwich is a line of longitude that extends from the North Pole across the Arctic Ocean, Europe, Africa, the Atlantic Ocean, the Southern Ocean, and Antarctica to the South Pole….From Pole to Pole.

Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea Notes
44°2′N 15°0′E Mediterranean Sea Adriatic Sea

What continent is located at latitude 30 S and longitude 120?

If you look on a globe there are only 2 confluence points plotted on the Australian continent, this point 30°S 120°E, and 30°S 150°E which is situated in New South Wales, so it was fitting that it ended up being quite a worthy challenge to get there.

What city is 41 degrees north and 12 degrees east?

This city is Rome, the capital of Italy and previously the capital and name-giver to the Roman Empire.

What country is located at 40 N and 100 W?

Can you name the countries in which are located the points whose latitude and longitude are given?

Latitude/longitude Country % Correct
40 N, 100 W United States 45.4%
40 N, 80 W United States 45%
40 N, 0 W/E Spain 41.5%
40 N, 40 E Turkey 32.9%

What country is 60 degrees north and 90 degrees east?

From Pole to Pole

Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea Notes
90°0′N 60°0′E Arctic Ocean
81°18′N 60°0′E Russia Hofmann Island, Wilczek Island and Salm Island, Franz Josef Land
79°53′N 60°0′E Barents Sea
76°7′N 60°0′E Russia Severny Island, Novaya Zemlya

Where is 60 degrees north 100 degrees west?

Latitude is the degrees (and fractional degrees) north or south of the equator. This sounds like a homework question on how to use latitude and longitude. The short answer is Africa.

What ocean is 15 degrees south latitude 90 degrees east longitude?

Pacific Ocean
The 15th parallel south is a circle of latitude that is 15 degrees south of the Earth’s equatorial plane. It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Australasia, the Pacific Ocean and South America….Around the world.

Co-ordinates Country, territory or ocean Notes
15°0′S 145°20′E Pacific Ocean Coral Sea

What country can be found at 30 North and 100 West?

15-Jun-2003 — I, Joseph Kerski, Geographer from Colorado USA, and Roger Palmer, science and geography teacher from Texas USA, visited Latitude 30 degrees North, Longitude 100 degrees West in the wide open spaces of South Central Texas USA….


What ocean sits at 30 degrees south and 30 degrees west?

Atlantic Ocean
The 30th parallel south is a circle of latitude that is 30 degrees south of the Earth’s equator….Around the world.

Co-ordinates Country, territory or ocean Notes
30°0′S 0°0′E Atlantic Ocean
30°0′S 17°9′E South Africa Northern Cape Free State
30°0′S 27°14′E Lesotho

Are there any cities in the world that are 50 degrees west?

Seriously, check the map! The only non-Brazilian place at 50 degrees West is the tiny and remote Qaqortoq, Greenland. Locations in the North and South are best known for their extremes. The poles are each covered in snow year round, so expect cold temperatures in these cities to the far North and South.

What’s the difference between latitude and longitude in Europe?

Paris, for example, is at about 48, 2. Latitude usually comes first in the pairing. Latitude runs between 90 degrees South (-90) and 90 degrees North, both extremes coming at the Earth’s poles. Longitude increases as you go East, making Eastern Hemisphere (i.e., most of Europe) positive longitude and the Western Hemisphere negative longitude.

What is the mid point of the latitude and longitude?

The mid-point of these quadrants is 0 degrees latitude (the equator) and 0 degrees longitude (the North-South line that runs through Greenwich Observatory). Latitude increases as you go North, making the Northern Hemisphere positive latitude and the Southern Hemisphere negative latitude. Paris, for example, is at about 48, 2.

Do you have a latitude and longitude table?

This table is a quick reference for countries, capitals and a close latitude and longitude. Since latitude and longitude is now (as of 2011) a reference that is within a few feet, having a latitude and longitude for a city is a broad estimation at best.