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ReferenceMain . . . 4 matches
...ts to magnetic North instead. To convert from one to the other, you must get the [[declination]] and use it. The declination is different everywhere on Earth and changes as time...

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azimuth . . . 2 matches
... north or from magnetic north. It is important to know which was used, since the [[declination|magnetic declination]] can be significant. In the United States, interpreting the ...

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Glossary . . . 1 match
... [[cupola]] ---- . <<Anchor(D)>> . D<<BR>> [[datasheet]], [[datum]], [[deck]], [[declination]], [[designation]], [[destroyed]], [[differential leveling]], [[DOT]], [[drilled ho...

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GeoCalc . . . 1 match
...e azimuth mark's position. When using a magnetic compass, be sure to correct for [[declination]]. '''Source''': [[http://www.fizzymagic.net/Geocaching/FizzyCalc/index.html|Fizzy...

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FizzyCalc . . . 1 match
...he azimuth mark's position. When using a magnetic compass, be sure to correct for [[declination]]. '''Source''': [[http://www.fizzymagic.net/Geocaching/FizzyCalc/index.html|Fizzy...

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...from the box score's data. When using a magnetic compass, be sure to correct for [[declination]]. '''Source''': The NGS Geodetic Tool Kit [[http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/TOOLS/|page]]...

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