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    The Patient Rennix's Avatar
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    What is your elevation?

    Just like the title says, what is the elevation for where you are living. Let's go for feet if possible :]
    I'll start off I am at 3,333ft above sea level.

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    10 meters here... it's 32,8 feets, if I'm not wrong.

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    Stood in the Fire Zaratje's Avatar
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    Around 15-20m above the sea water
    Original by Vattukatt on deviantART

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    501 feet above

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    20 meters below sea lv dunno what thats in feet

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    4,852 ft above sea level here.

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    About 670' MSL.

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    Dreadlord Felicia's Avatar
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    1437 ft above sea level here in Central Texas.

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    Stood in the Fire Sketchy's Avatar
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    30 metres or 98ft here

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    934 feet or about 328 Metres or so.
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    Quebec City's elevation is 575 feet, or about 175 meters.

    wikianswers

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    200ish, not sure where i can check up exactly. but its around 200 :P

    edit: meters that is.

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    20m

    65.6ft
    Last edited by Thorzon; 2011-02-24 at 06:46 PM.

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    25 feet above sea level here in Sacramento, CA

    EDIT: Looks like we're expecting possible snow flurries here. Rarely does it snow down here, but it seems to becoming more common.
    Last edited by Scratchee; 2011-02-24 at 08:59 PM.

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    35m here.

    Theres a handy tool here that can do it for any specific point <snipped for malware>
    Last edited by llDemonll; 2011-03-03 at 06:53 AM.

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    Assuming I'm on the same elevation as the airport just outside of town, 36 feet above.

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    About 600 feet above sea level in Burbank/North Hollywood area of California.


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    Stood in the Fire Syero's Avatar
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    Metres - 8m
    Feet - 26.2ft

    this is Woodmere on Long Island, New York

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    4450 ft (1356 m) According to Wiki, though I have no idea at what area they took this measurement. The area I live in is very, very... unflat. The center of town could be that 4500 feet quoted, but driving down the road a ways could put you at 4600 feet. I know if you drive just out of town about 30 minutes, you get to around 8000 feet, and some areas reach 10,000 feet.


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    According to the Earthtools site linked earlier, 7m/23 feet.

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