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  Enter BOTH latitudes and longitudes of TWO diagonal corners of a region:

  Enter either in decimal degrees or degrees and minutes separated by a space.
Example: Latitude 33.5
Longitude -80.75
OR Latitude 33 30
Longitude -80 45

South: -90 to 0  | North: 0 to 90  |  West: -180 to 0  |  East: 0 to 180

One corner
Opposite corner

  Complete your selections in   box 1   OR   box 2   below:

  1. This outputs rows of latitude and columns of longitude with values for one month.

    *some params
    have annual (ann)
    Largest rectangle displayed is 90 x 90 degrees. North and East data will be truncated if too large a region is selected.

  2. This outputs rows of latitude, longitude and 12 monthly values.
    Maximum area displayed is 10 x 10 degrees (100 lines). North and East data will be truncated if too large a region is selected.
This form is "Reset" if the input is out of range.

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