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Where is the Standard Seamount?
The Standard Seamount is 569 km (307 nautical miles) east-southeast of the coast of New South Wales.
What is the latitude and longitude of Standard Seamount?
Standard Seamount is at a latitude of -35.1666666666667 decimal degrees and a longitude of 157.833333333333 decimal degrees (GDA94 datum, which is for many practical purposes equivalent to WGS84). Latitude and longitude coordinates may be represented in a variety of different numeric formats:
|D° MM' SS"||35° 10' 00" S||157° 50' 00" E|
|D° MM.MMM'||35° 10.000' S||157° 50.000' E|
What is the undersea height of the Standard Seamount?
The Standard Seamount seems to rise up about 727 metres (397 fathoms / 2380 feet) from the ocean floor.
How close does the Standard Seamount get to the sea surface?
The Standard Seamount comes within about 4040 metres (2210 fathoms / 13300 feet) of the sea surface.
What is the nearest Australian city, town or village to the Standard Seamount?
The nearest Australian village to Standard Seamount is Pacific Palms about 582 km away. Pacific Palms has a population of about around 660 (based on the 2001 census). Click here for a map showing Standard Seamount and Pacific Palms.
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