Talk:Rocky Mountain Foothills

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coordinates problem[edit]

I just referenced this in CGNDB and there's two entries, one for BC, one for Alberta. The Alberta coordinats are 52°00′00″N 116°00′00″W / 52.00000°N 116.00000°W / 52.00000; -116.00000, the BC ones in CGNDB which match the BCGNIS ones I've used are 56°30′00″N 123°00′00″W / 56.50000°N 123.00000°W / 56.50000; -123.00000. It would be OR to make an average of median of these two, but clearly the same landform is being referenced. Any ideas on how to solve this?Skookum1 (talk) 03:16, 29 May 2009 (UTC)

Having a distinct coordinate for such a large extent instead of a range would be OR any which way. How about east of the highest peak, the rounded to full degree? Would be honest OR at least. --Qyd (talk) 03:43, 15 June 2009 (UTC)