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National Moth Week 2015
Hi Zed, here is the help file which explains how to use our mapping service:MAPPINGAll you have to do when you select location is either enter coordinates if you know them, or leave it blank and press enter. With the latter option you will be taken to either your last used location or to Lat 0 Lon 0 on the map and you can then drag and drop the pin in the correct place manually in conjunction with the zoom buttons for greater accuracy.If you have a camera which has an attached operating location device such as GPS, or are using a mobile device with camera and location services turned on, when you upload the picture it will also read the location data and automatically put the pin in the right place.If you know your location data you can enter it in the format 0.00 0.00 You must enter at least 2 decimal places even if they are zeroes. Use more for greater accuracy.Put a - sign in front of the first number if you are south of the equator, and a - in front of the second number if you are west of the Greenwich meridian, so for example 40.00 -90.00 will put you somewhere near Chicago in USA.Please note that in future if you require technical help in the future just click on the Contact link at the foot of each page and complete the contact form with all the details and remember to quote your username and e-mail address so that we can respond to you. Project Noah Support Team.
Pls help I can't add location
Thank you very much, Hema! I'm looking forward to share what I learn with the community! :)
Heartiest Congratulations!! Something to be so happy about! We wish you all the best!
Hi Hema! I'm currently a senior in high school, but will be attending Cornell University in the fall for entomology.
lovely! Hi Jacob you must be in college now?
Thank you, bayucca! So glad to be back. :)
Nice one, Jacob and nice to have you here again!
Spotted on Jul 18, 2015 Submitted on Mar 26, 2016
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