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Mon May 16 18:20:16 EDT 1994

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From: melannie at NREL.ColoState.EDU (Melannie Hartman)
Subject: Map of U.S - Help!
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Date: Mon, 16 May 1994 22:20:15 GMT
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Organization: Natural Resource Ecology Lab, Colo. State Univ.
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I have an ascii file (48 rows X 115 columns) of net primary production of 
the 48 states.  I have minimum and maximum lat and long values for the
map, and each value in the ascii file represents a half-degree "square".

I want to create a raster file from this ascii data.  Of course, I can't
project this to UTM coordinates because the US spans across many zones.
I thought Grass is capable of referencing by latitude/logitude, or some
other x,y coordinate system, but I can't seem to find the commands I need.

Any suggestions?

I am using Grass 4.1



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