[libgeotiff-epsg] 11/28: Updated libgeotiff-epsg package with 1.3.0 release

Bas Couwenberg sebastic at xs4all.nl
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commit 75ab2e764e70384b70068dfeb7e875cc87290a5e
Author: Alan Boudreault <aboudreault at mapgears.com>
Date:   Fri May 6 13:23:56 2011 +0000

    Updated libgeotiff-epsg package with 1.3.0 release
---
 csv/.cvsignore                               |    1 -
 csv/README                                   |   51 -
 csv/add_esri_column.py                       |  109 -
 csv/build_pcs.py                             |  370 --
 csv/build_spm.py                             |  140 -
 csv/coordinate_axis.csv                      |  161 +-
 csv/coordinate_axis_name.csv                 |   59 +-
 csv/coordinate_operation.csv                 | 6149 ++++++++++----------
 csv/coordinate_operation_method.csv          | 3135 +---------
 csv/coordinate_operation_parameter.csv       |  330 +-
 csv/coordinate_operation_parameter_value.csv | 7157 +++++++++++++----------
 csv/coordinate_operation_path.csv            |    4 +
 csv/coordinate_reference_system.csv          | 8037 +++++++++++++-------------
 csv/coordinate_system.csv                    |  205 +-
 csv/csv.txt                                  |  166 -
 csv/csv2c.py                                 |   91 -
 csv/csv_tools.py                             |  220 -
 csv/datum.c                                  |    2 +-
 csv/datum.csv                                | 1045 ++--
 csv/deprecation.csv                          |  772 ---
 csv/ellipsoid.c                              |    2 +-
 csv/ellipsoid.csv                            |   91 +-
 csv/esri_datum_override.csv                  |   20 +
 csv/gcs.c                                    |    2 +-
 csv/gcs.csv                                  |  845 +--
 csv/gcs.override.csv                         |   27 +-
 csv/odbc2csv/README                          |   27 -
 csv/odbc2csv/dumpepsg.bat                    |    5 -
 csv/odbc2csv/makefile                        |   13 -
 csv/odbc2csv/odbc2csv.cpp                    |  311 -
 csv/odbc2csv/odbc2csv.exe                    |  Bin 36833 -> 0 bytes
 csv/odbc2csv/sqlcolumn.cpp                   |   17 -
 csv/odbc2csv/sqlcolumn.h                     |   15 -
 csv/odbc2csv/sqldirect.cpp                   |  372 --
 csv/odbc2csv/sqldirect.h                     |   47 -
 csv/pcs.c                                    |    2 +-
 csv/pcs.csv                                  | 6519 +++++++++++----------
 csv/pcs.override.csv                         |    8 +
 csv/pg_to_csv.py                             |  106 -
 csv/prime_meridian.c                         |    2 +-
 csv/projop_wparm.c                           |    2 +-
 csv/projop_wparm.csv                         | 2103 +++----
 csv/unit_of_measure.c                        |    2 +-
 csv/unit_of_measure.csv                      |  143 +-
 debian/changelog                             |   10 +
 debian/control                               |    8 +-
 46 files changed, 17593 insertions(+), 21310 deletions(-)

diff --git a/csv/.cvsignore b/csv/.cvsignore
deleted file mode 100644
index 0d20b64..0000000
--- a/csv/.cvsignore
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1 +0,0 @@
-*.pyc
diff --git a/csv/README b/csv/README
deleted file mode 100644
index a105611..0000000
--- a/csv/README
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,51 +0,0 @@
-	EPSG Tables
-	===========
-
-The .csv files in this directory are an extract of tables from the EPSG 
-projection database in CSV (comma separated value) format.  These same
-files come with the source distribution in the libgeotiff/csv directory.
-Information and source to extract these tables from the EPSG database
-can be found in the source distribution libgeotiff/csv/odbc2csv directory.
-
-Detailed information on the EPSG database can be found at:
-
-  http://www.petroconsultants.com/products/geodetic.htm
-
-The current version of the EPSG database dumped is 6.5.
-
-All EPSG tables have been dumped to csv.  Unlike earlier dumps (4.3) these
-are intended to be "true" csv files.  In particular quotes within quoted
-strings are doubled to escape them, rather than using backslash quoting.  
-Newlines may appear within quoted field values (as real raw newline 
-characters).  All table names are converted to lower case, and spaces replaced
-with underscores to make them more easily worked with. 
-
-In addition to the EPSG tables dumped to csv, the following additional items
-are present:
-
- stateplane.csv: my own effort to related "USGS" state plane numbers with their
-                 currently preferred EPSG coordinate reference system 
-                 counterpart. 
-
- pcs.csv: An attempt to collect most information about a PCS, including the
-          projection parameters into one fast access file. 
- gcs.csv: An attempt to collect most information about a GCS, including
-          the WGS84 shift parameters (if there is only one path in EPSG).
- projop_wparm.csv: Projection operations with projection parameters.  
-          Essentially the coordinate_operation.csv table with the parameters
-          from coordinate_operation_parameter_values.csv appended to each 
-          record.
- build_pcs.py: a python script to build pcs.csv and gcs.csv from the other
-               EPSG files. 
- csv_tools.py: supportting python functions for build_pcs.py.
- csv.txt: A definition of the csv format.
- 
-Libgeotiff uses the following tables.  The rest are present for completeness.
-
- pcs.csv
- gcs.csv
- ellipsoid.csv
- prime_meridian.csv
- unit_of_measure.csv
- datum.csv
- projop_wparm.csv
diff --git a/csv/add_esri_column.py b/csv/add_esri_column.py
deleted file mode 100755
index 6a6450f..0000000
--- a/csv/add_esri_column.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,109 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-#******************************************************************************
-#  $Id: add_esri_column.py,v 1.2 2004/03/20 07:52:44 warmerda Exp $
-# 
-#  Project:  GDAL
-#  Purpose:  This script will append an ESRI_DATUM_NAME field to the
-#            datum file.  This is just used by GDAL for morphToESRI(), and
-#            isn't really related to GeoTIFF at all.
-#  Author:   Frank Warmerdam, warmerdam at pobox.com
-# 
-#******************************************************************************
-#  Copyright (c) 2003, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>
-# 
-#  Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
-#  copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
-#  to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
-#  the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
-#  and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
-#  Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-# 
-#  The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included
-#  in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-# 
-#  THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS
-#  OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
-#  FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL
-#  THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
-#  LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
-#  FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER
-#  DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
-#******************************************************************************
-# 
-# $Log: add_esri_column.py,v $
-# Revision 1.2  2004/03/20 07:52:44  warmerda
-# use local paths
-#
-# Revision 1.1  2003/06/20 21:28:24  warmerda
-# New
-#
-
-import string
-import sys
-import osr
-
-sys.path.append( '/home/warmerda/osrs/geotiff/libgeotiff/csv' )
-import csv_tools
-
-gcs_table = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-gcs_table.read_from_csv( 'gcs.csv' )
-
-datum_table = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-datum_table.read_from_csv( 'datum.csv' )
-
-print '%d GCS defined.', len(gcs_table.data.keys())
-
-esri_gcs_names = {}
-esri_datum_names = {}
-
-for gcs_code in gcs_table.data.keys():
-    gcs_code = int(gcs_code)
-    filename = '/u/data/esri/prj/epsg/%d.prj' % gcs_code
-
-    try:
-        esri_gcs_wkt = open(filename).read()
-    except:
-        print 'Failed to find ', filename
-        continue
-
-    srs = osr.SpatialReference()
-    srs.ImportFromWkt( esri_gcs_wkt )
-
-    gcs_name = srs.GetAttrValue( 'GEOGCS' )
-    datum_name = srs.GetAttrValue( 'DATUM' )
-
-    esri_gcs_names[gcs_code] = gcs_name
-
-    print 'GCS %d = %s, %s' % (gcs_code, gcs_name, datum_name)
-
-    try:
-        gcs_rec = gcs_table.get_record( gcs_code )
-        datum_code = int(gcs_rec['DATUM_CODE'])
-
-        esri_datum_names[datum_code] = datum_name
-    except:
-        print 'Failed to get gcs record, or datum info'
-
-if 'ESRI_DATUM_NAME' not in datum_table.fields:
-    datum_table.add_field( 'ESRI_DATUM_NAME' )
-
-print esri_datum_names
-
-for datum_code in datum_table.data.keys():
-    datum_rec = datum_table.get_record( datum_code )
-    if esri_datum_names.has_key(datum_code):
-        print 'match for ', datum_code
-        datum_rec['ESRI_DATUM_NAME'] = esri_datum_names[datum_code]
-    else:
-        print 'no match for ', datum_code
-        datum_rec['ESRI_DATUM_NAME'] = ''
-
-    datum_table.set_record( datum_code, datum_rec )
-
-datum_table.write_to_csv( 'gdal_datum.csv' )
-
-
-
-    
-
-    
diff --git a/csv/build_pcs.py b/csv/build_pcs.py
deleted file mode 100755
index 99af605..0000000
--- a/csv/build_pcs.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,370 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-#******************************************************************************
-#  $Id: build_pcs.py,v 1.8 2007/07/20 18:28:43 fwarmerdam Exp $
-# 
-#  Project:  GDAL
-#  Purpose:  Build the epsg_pcs.csv table with the minimum information
-#            required to define a PCS (not including GCS defs). 
-#  Author:   Frank Warmerdam, warmerdam at pobox.com
-#******************************************************************************
-#  Copyright (c) 2002, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>
-# 
-#  Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
-#  copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
-#  to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
-#  the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
-#  and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
-#  Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-# 
-#  The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included
-#  in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-# 
-#  THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS
-#  OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
-#  FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL
-#  THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
-#  LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
-#  FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER
-#  DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
-#******************************************************************************
-# 
-# $Log: build_pcs.py,v $
-# Revision 1.8  2007/07/20 18:28:43  fwarmerdam
-# disable application of gcs.override.csv and pcs.override.csv
-#
-# Revision 1.7  2006/04/21 04:27:24  fwarmerdam
-# added pcs.override support
-#
-# Revision 1.6  2006/04/21 04:00:20  fwarmerdam
-# added SHOW_CRS and DEPRECATED to pcs.csv and gcs.csv
-#
-# Revision 1.5  2004/05/04 00:29:31  warmerda
-# added gcs.override.csv support
-#
-# Revision 1.4  2004/03/20 07:52:28  warmerda
-# more escape clauses for EPSG 6.5
-#
-# Revision 1.3  2003/03/31 14:27:21  warmerda
-# added collection of GREENWICH_DATUM gcs column and related shift fix
-#
-#
-
-import string
-import csv_tools
-
-def get_crs_uom( crs_rec, cs, ca ):
-    coord_sys_code = int(crs_rec['COORD_SYS_CODE'])
-
-    ca_recs = ca.get_records( coord_sys_code )
-    return ca_recs[0]['UOM_CODE']
-
-##############################################################################
-# Read and index input files.
-
-co_value = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-co_value.read_from_csv( 'coordinate_operation_parameter_value.csv', multi=1 )
-
-co = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-co.read_from_csv( 'coordinate_operation.csv' )
-
-crs = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-crs.read_from_csv( 'coordinate_reference_system.csv' )
-
-datums = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-datums.read_from_csv( 'datum.csv' )
-
-cs = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-cs.read_from_csv( 'coordinate_system.csv', multi=0 )
-
-ca = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-ca.read_from_csv( 'coordinate_axis.csv', multi=1 )
-
-##############################################################################
-# Scan coordinate_reference_systems table to collect PCS ids.
-
-pcs_keys = []
-gcs_keys = []
-
-for key in crs.data.keys():
-    crs_rec = crs.get_record( key )
-    if crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_KIND'] == 'projected':
-        pcs_keys.append( key )
-    elif crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_KIND'] == 'geographic 2D':
-        gcs_keys.append( key )
-
-pcs_keys.sort()
-gcs_keys.sort()
-
-print '%d PCS and %d GCS coordinate systems to process.' % (len(pcs_keys), len(gcs_keys))
-
-##############################################################################
-# Read PCS Override table for manually assigned transformations.
-
-pcs_override_table = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-pcs_override_table.read_from_csv( 'pcs.override.csv' )
-
-##############################################################################
-# Setup PCS table fields.
-
-pcs_table = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-pcs_table.add_field('COORD_REF_SYS_CODE')        # PCS #
-pcs_table.add_field('COORD_REF_SYS_NAME')        # PCS Name
-pcs_table.add_field('UOM_CODE')                  # linear units of projection.
-pcs_table.add_field('SOURCE_GEOGCRS_CODE')       # GCS #
-pcs_table.add_field('COORD_OP_CODE')             # same asPROJECTION_CONV_CODE
-pcs_table.add_field('COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE')      # ie. 9807=Transvere Mercator
-pcs_table.add_field('SHOW_CRS')                  # 0=false, 1=true
-pcs_table.add_field('DEPRECATED')                # 0=false, 1=true
-
-max_parms = 7
-for i in range(max_parms):
-    pcs_table.add_field('PARAMETER_CODE_%d' % (i+1))
-    pcs_table.add_field('PARAMETER_VALUE_%d' % (i+1))
-    pcs_table.add_field('PARAMETER_UOM_%d' % (i+1))
-
-##############################################################################
-# Populate PCS table.Setup PCS table fields.
-
-for key in pcs_keys:
-
-    """
-    try:
-        o_rec = pcs_override_table.get_record( key )
-        
-        print 'PCS %d overridden from pcs.override.csv file' % key
-        pcs_table.add_record( key, o_rec )
-        continue
-    except:
-        pass
-    """
-
-    crs_rec = crs.get_record( key )
-    pcs_rec = {}
-    pcs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_CODE'] = crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_CODE']
-    pcs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME'] = crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME']
-    pcs_rec['SOURCE_GEOGCRS_CODE'] = crs_rec['SOURCE_GEOGCRS_CODE']
-    pcs_rec['SHOW_CRS']           = crs_rec['SHOW_CRS']
-    pcs_rec['DEPRECATED']         = crs_rec['DEPRECATED']
-    
-    if len(pcs_rec['SOURCE_GEOGCRS_CODE']) == 0:
-        print 'GEOGCRS missing for %s/%s' % (crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_CODE'],
-                                             crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME'])
-
-    pcs_rec['UOM_CODE'] = get_crs_uom(crs_rec, cs, ca )
-                                             
-    pcs_rec['COORD_OP_CODE']      = crs_rec['PROJECTION_CONV_CODE']
-
-    co_rec = co.get_record( int(pcs_rec['COORD_OP_CODE']) )
-    pcs_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE'] = co_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE']
-
-    parm_recs = co_value.get_records( int(pcs_rec['COORD_OP_CODE']) )
-    if len(parm_recs) > max_parms:
-        print 'COORD_OP_CODE %s has %d values.' % (pcs_rec['COORD_OP_CODE'],
-                                                   len(parm_recs))
-        
-    for parm_i in range(len(parm_recs)):
-        parm_rec = parm_recs[parm_i]
-
-        pin = '%d' % (parm_i+1)
-
-        pcs_rec['PARAMETER_CODE_'+pin] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE']
-        pcs_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE_'+pin] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-        pcs_rec['PARAMETER_UOM_'+pin] = parm_rec['UOM_CODE']
-
-    pcs_table.add_record( key, pcs_rec )
-
-pcs_table.write_to_csv( 'pcs.csv' )
-pcs_table = None
-
-##############################################################################
-# Setup projop_wparm (projection operations with parameters) table fields.
-# This table will contain all projection related entries from the
-# coordinate_operation.csv table, with the parameter values from
-# coordinate_operation_parameter_value.csv appended to the record. 
-
-powp_table = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-powp_table.add_field('COORD_OP_CODE')             # 
-powp_table.add_field('COORD_OP_NAME')             # 
-powp_table.add_field('COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE')      # ie. 9807=Transvere Mercator
-
-max_parms = 7
-for i in range(max_parms):
-    powp_table.add_field('PARAMETER_CODE_%d' % (i+1))
-    powp_table.add_field('PARAMETER_VALUE_%d' % (i+1))
-    powp_table.add_field('PARAMETER_UOM_%d' % (i+1))
-
-##############################################################################
-# Build and write the projop_wparm table.
-
-op_keys = co.data.keys()
-
-op_keys.sort()
-for key in op_keys:
-
-    powp_rec = {}
-    
-    # Check COORD_OP_TYPE.
-    if string.find(co.data[key],',conversion,') < 1:
-        continue
-    
-    co_rec = co.get_record(key)
-
-    powp_rec['COORD_OP_CODE'] = co_rec['COORD_OP_CODE']
-    powp_rec['COORD_OP_NAME'] = co_rec['COORD_OP_NAME']
-    powp_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE'] = co_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE']
-
-    try:
-        parm_recs = co_value.get_records( key )
-    except:
-        # this happens for parameterless methods like DMSH conversions.
-        parm_recs = []
-        
-    if len(parm_recs) > max_parms:
-        print 'COORD_OP_CODE %d has %d values.' % (key, len(parm_recs))
-        
-    for parm_i in range(len(parm_recs)):
-        parm_rec = parm_recs[parm_i]
-
-        pin = '%d' % (parm_i+1)
-
-        powp_rec['PARAMETER_CODE_'+pin] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE']
-        powp_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE_'+pin] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-        powp_rec['PARAMETER_UOM_'+pin] = parm_rec['UOM_CODE']
-
-    powp_table.add_record( key, powp_rec )
-
-powp_table.write_to_csv( 'projop_wparm.csv' )
-    
-##############################################################################
-# Build a map of coordinate operation codes for all mappings to 4326 (WGS84)
-
-op_keys = co.data.keys()
-to_wgs84_ops = {}
-greenwich_equiv = {}
-
-for key in op_keys:
-    co_rec = co.get_record(key)
-
-    if co_rec['TARGET_CRS_CODE'] == '4326' \
-       and (co_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE'] == '9603'
-            or co_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE'] == '9606'
-            or co_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE'] == '9607'):
-
-        source_crs = int(co_rec['SOURCE_CRS_CODE'])
-        
-        if to_wgs84_ops.has_key(source_crs):
-            if to_wgs84_ops[source_crs] is not None:
-                print 'GCS %d has multiple ways to WGS84.' % source_crs
-                print to_wgs84_ops[source_crs], key
-                to_wgs84_ops[source_crs] = None
-        else:
-            to_wgs84_ops[source_crs] = key
-
-    # Does this operation relate this GCS with a Greenwich meridian
-    # equivelent?
-    if co_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE'] == '9601':
-        greenwich_equiv[int(co_rec['SOURCE_CRS_CODE'])] = \
-                                            int(co_rec['TARGET_CRS_CODE'])
-
-##############################################################################
-# Read GCS Override table for manually assigned transformations.
-
-gcs_override_table = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-gcs_override_table.read_from_csv( 'gcs.override.csv' )
-
-##############################################################################
-# Setup GCS table fields.
-
-gcs_table = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-gcs_table.add_field('COORD_REF_SYS_CODE')        # GCS #
-gcs_table.add_field('COORD_REF_SYS_NAME')        # GCS Name
-gcs_table.add_field('DATUM_CODE')                # Datum #
-gcs_table.add_field('DATUM_NAME')                # 
-gcs_table.add_field('GREENWICH_DATUM')           # Greenwich equiv datum
-gcs_table.add_field('UOM_CODE')                  # Angular units for GCS.
-gcs_table.add_field('ELLIPSOID_CODE')            # 
-gcs_table.add_field('PRIME_MERIDIAN_CODE')       #
-gcs_table.add_field('SHOW_CRS')                  # 0=false, 1=true
-gcs_table.add_field('DEPRECATED')                # 0=false, 1=true
-gcs_table.add_field('COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE')      # 
-gcs_table.add_field('DX')                        # +towgs84 parameters.
-gcs_table.add_field('DY')                        
-gcs_table.add_field('DZ')                        
-gcs_table.add_field('RX')                        
-gcs_table.add_field('RY')                        
-gcs_table.add_field('RZ')                        
-gcs_table.add_field('DS')                        
-
-##############################################################################
-# Populate and write GCS table.
-
-for key in gcs_keys:
-
-    """
-    try:
-        o_rec = gcs_override_table.get_record( key )
-        
-        print 'GCS %d overridden from gcs.override.csv file' % key
-        gcs_table.add_record( key, o_rec )
-        continue
-    except:
-        pass
-    """
-
-    crs_rec = crs.get_record( key )
-    gcs_rec = {}
-    gcs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_CODE'] = crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_CODE']
-    gcs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME'] = crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME']
-    gcs_rec['DATUM_CODE']         = crs_rec['DATUM_CODE']
-    gcs_rec['SHOW_CRS']           = crs_rec['SHOW_CRS']
-    gcs_rec['DEPRECATED']         = crs_rec['DEPRECATED']
-
-    gcs_rec['UOM_CODE'] = get_crs_uom(crs_rec, cs, ca )
-
-    try:
-        datum_id = int(crs_rec['DATUM_CODE'])
-    except:
-        print 'No DATUM_CODE for %s, skipping.' % crs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME']
-        continue
-    
-    datum_rec = datums.get_record( datum_id )
-    gcs_rec['DATUM_NAME'] = datum_rec['DATUM_NAME']
-    gcs_rec['ELLIPSOID_CODE'] = datum_rec['ELLIPSOID_CODE']
-    gcs_rec['PRIME_MERIDIAN_CODE'] = datum_rec['PRIME_MERIDIAN_CODE']
-
-    if greenwich_equiv.has_key(key):
-        towgs84_gcs = greenwich_equiv[key]
-        crs_rec_base = crs.get_record( towgs84_gcs )
-        gcs_rec['GREENWICH_DATUM'] = crs_rec_base['DATUM_CODE']
-    else:
-        gcs_rec['GREENWICH_DATUM'] = crs_rec['DATUM_CODE']
-        towgs84_gcs = key
-    
-    if to_wgs84_ops.has_key(towgs84_gcs) and to_wgs84_ops[towgs84_gcs] is not None:
-        co_rec = co.get_record( to_wgs84_ops[towgs84_gcs] )
-        gcs_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE'] = co_rec['COORD_OP_METHOD_CODE']
-
-        parms = co_value.get_records( int(co_rec['COORD_OP_CODE']) )
-
-        for parm_rec in parms:
-            if parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE'] == '8605':
-                gcs_rec['DX'] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-            elif parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE'] == '8606':
-                gcs_rec['DY'] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-            elif parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE'] == '8607':
-                gcs_rec['DZ'] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-            elif parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE'] == '8608':
-                gcs_rec['RX'] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-            elif parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE'] == '8609':
-                gcs_rec['RY'] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-            elif parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE'] == '8610':
-                gcs_rec['RZ'] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-            elif parm_rec['PARAMETER_CODE'] == '8611':
-                gcs_rec['DS'] = parm_rec['PARAMETER_VALUE']
-
-        
-    gcs_table.add_record( key, gcs_rec )
-
-gcs_table.write_to_csv( 'gcs.csv' )
-gcs_table = None
-
diff --git a/csv/build_spm.py b/csv/build_spm.py
deleted file mode 100755
index 284ac9e..0000000
--- a/csv/build_spm.py
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,140 +0,0 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env python
-#******************************************************************************
-#  $Id: build_spm.py,v 1.1 2002/11/28 16:11:47 warmerda Exp $
-# 
-#  Project:  GDAL
-#  Purpose:  Build stateplane.csv, relating USGS state plane numbers with
-#            EPSG coordinate system, and some supporting info fields.
-#  Author:   Frank Warmerdam, warmerdam at pobox.com
-#******************************************************************************
-#  Copyright (c) 2002, Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>
-# 
-#  Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
-#  copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
-#  to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
-#  the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
-#  and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
-#  Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-# 
-#  The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included
-#  in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-# 
-#  THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS
-#  OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
-#  FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL
-#  THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
-#  LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
-#  FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER
-#  DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
-#******************************************************************************
-# 
-# $Log: build_spm.py,v $
-# Revision 1.1  2002/11/28 16:11:47  warmerda
-# New
-#
-#
-
-
-import string
-import csv_tools
-
-##############################################################################
-# read_stateplane_txt()
-
-def read_stateplane_txt( filename ):
-    spt = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-    spt.add_field( "ID" )
-    spt.add_field( "STATE" )
-    spt.add_field( "ZONE" )
-    spt.add_field( "PROJ_METHOD" )
-    spt.add_field( "DATUM" )
-    spt.add_field( "USGS_CODE" )
-    spt.add_field( "EPSG_PCS_CODE" )
-
-    src_lines = open(filename).readlines()
-
-    for line in src_lines:
-        rec = {}
-        rec['STATE'] = string.strip(line[0:16])
-        rec['ZONE'] = string.strip(line[16:39])
-        rec['PROJ_METHOD'] = string.strip(line[39:40])
-        rec['DATUM'] = string.strip(line[48:65])
-        rec['USGS_CODE'] = string.strip(line[65:])
-        rec['EPSG_PCS_CODE'] = ''
-        if rec['DATUM'] == 'NAD27':
-            rec['ID'] = str(int(rec['USGS_CODE']) + 10000)
-        else:
-            rec['ID'] = rec['USGS_CODE']
-
-        spt.add_record( int(rec['ID']), rec )
-
-    return spt
-
-##############################################################################
-# main()
-
-spt = read_stateplane_txt( '/home/warmerda/gdal/data/stateplane.txt' )
-
-pcs = csv_tools.CSVTable()
-pcs.read_from_csv( 'coordinate_reference_system.csv' )
-
-coord_sys_by_name = {}
-ids_to_replace = []
-
-pcs_keys = pcs.data.keys()
-#pcs_keys = [ 2204, 32036 ]
-
-for pcs_key in pcs_keys:
-    rec = pcs.get_record( pcs_key )
-
-    if rec['COORD_REF_SYS_KIND'] != 'projected':
-        continue
-
-    dep = rec['DEPRECATED']
-    
-    coc = int(rec['PROJECTION_CONV_CODE'])
-    
-    if rec['SOURCE_GEOGCRS_CODE'] == '4269':
-        zone = coc - 10030
-        id = zone
-    else:
-        zone = coc - 10000
-        id = zone + 10000
-
-    if dep == '0':
-        name = rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME']
-        if coord_sys_by_name.has_key(name):
-            print 'Yikes, more than one ', name
-        else:
-            coord_sys_by_name[name] = pcs_key
-            
-    if spt.data.has_key(id):
-        spt_rec = spt.get_record( id )
-        if len(spt_rec['EPSG_PCS_CODE']) > 0:
-            raise ValueError, 'already have this State Plane Zone!'
-        
-        spt_rec['EPSG_PCS_CODE'] = str(pcs_key)
-        spt.set_record( id, spt_rec )
-
-        if dep == '1':
-            ids_to_replace.append( id )
-
-print 'Found %d deprecated PCS codes to upgrade by name.' % len(ids_to_replace)
-
-for id in ids_to_replace:
-    spt_rec = spt.get_record( id )
-    dep_pcs_rec = pcs.get_record( int(spt_rec['EPSG_PCS_CODE']) )
-    name = dep_pcs_rec['COORD_REF_SYS_NAME']
-    if coord_sys_by_name.has_key(name):
-        spt_rec['EPSG_PCS_CODE'] = str(coord_sys_by_name[name])
-    else:
-        print 'Unable to find non-deprecated value for ', name
-
-for spt_id in spt.data.keys():
-    rec = spt.get_record(spt_id)
-    if len(rec['EPSG_PCS_CODE']) == 0:
-        print 'Never got match for %s / %s' % (rec['STATE'], rec['ZONE'])
-            
-spt.write_to_csv( 'stateplane.csv' )
-        
-
diff --git a/csv/coordinate_axis.csv b/csv/coordinate_axis.csv
index 36a72f8..eb67508 100644
--- a/csv/coordinate_axis.csv
+++ b/csv/coordinate_axis.csv
@@ -21,72 +21,77 @@ coord_sys_code,coord_axis_name_code,coord_axis_orientation,coord_axis_abbreviati
 4409,9907,north,N,9040,2
 4410,9906,east,E,9301,1
 4410,9907,north,N,9301,2
-4462,9906,South along 180 deg,X,9001,1
-4462,9907,South along 90 deg West,Y,9001,2
-4463,9906,South along 100 deg East,X,9001,1
-4463,9907,South along 170 deg West,Y,9001,2
-4464,9906,South along 90 deg West,X,9001,1
-4464,9907,South along 0 deg,Y,9001,2
-4465,9906,South along 50 deg East,X,9001,1
-4465,9907,South along 140 deg East,Y,9001,2
-4466,9906,South along 10 deg West,X,9001,1
-4466,9907,South along 80 deg East,Y,9001,2
-4467,9906,South along 60 deg West,X,9001,1
-4467,9907,South along 30 deg East,Y,9001,2
-4468,9906,South along 45 deg East,X,9001,1
-4468,9907,South along 135 deg East,Y,9001,2
-4469,9906,South along 90 deg East,X,9001,1
-4469,9907,South along 180 deg,Y,9001,2
-4470,9906,North along 90 deg East,X,9001,1
-4470,9907,North along 0 deg,Y,9001,2
-4471,9906,North along 75 deg West,E,9001,1
-4471,9907,North along 165 deg West,N,9001,2
-4472,9906,North along 60 deg West,E,9001,1
-4472,9907,North along 150 deg West,N,9001,2
-4473,9906,North along 45 deg West,E,9001,1
-4473,9907,North along 135 deg West,N,9001,2
-4474,9906,North along 15 deg West,E,9001,1
-4474,9907,North along 105 deg West,N,9001,2
-4475,9906,North along 0 deg,E,9001,1
-4475,9907,North along 90 deg West,N,9001,2
-4476,9906,North along 15 deg East,E,9001,1
-4476,9907,North along 75 deg West,N,9001,2
-4477,9906,North along 45 deg East,E,9001,1
-4477,9907,North along 45 deg West,N,9001,2
-4478,9906,North along 60 deg East,E,9001,1
-4478,9907,North along 30 deg West,N,9001,2
-4479,9906,North along 75 deg East,E,9001,1
-4479,9907,North along 15 deg West,N,9001,2
-4480,9906,North along 105 deg East,E,9001,1
-4480,9907,North along 15 deg East,N,9001,2
-4481,9906,North along 120 deg East,E,9001,1
-4481,9907,North along 30 deg East,N,9001,2
-4482,9906,North along 135 deg East,E,9001,1
-4482,9907,North along 45 deg East,N,9001,2
-4483,9906,North along 165 deg East,E,9001,1
-4483,9907,North along 75 deg East,N,9001,2
-4484,9906,North along 180 deg,E,9001,1
-4484,9907,North along 90 deg East,N,9001,2
-4485,9906,North along 165 deg West,E,9001,1
-4485,9907,North along 105 deg East,N,9001,2
-4486,9906,North along 135 deg West,E,9001,1
-4486,9907,North along 135 deg East,N,9001,2
-4487,9906,North along 120 deg West,E,9001,1
-4487,9907,North along 150 deg East,N,9001,2
-4488,9906,North along 105 deg West,E,9001,1
-4488,9907,North along 165 deg East,N,9001,2
-4489,9906,North along 160 deg East,E,9001,1
-4489,9907,North along 70 deg East,N,9001,2
-4490,9906,North along 90 deg East,E,9001,1
-4490,9907,North along 0 deg,N,9001,2
+4460,9906,South along 90°E.,E,9001,1
+4460,9907,South along 180°E,N,9001,2
+4461,9929,up,W,9001,3
+4461,9930,east,U,9001,1
+4461,9931,north,V,9001,2
+4462,9906,South along 180°W,X,9001,1
+4462,9907,South along 90°W,Y,9001,2
+4463,9906,South along 100°E,X,9001,1
+4463,9907,South along 170°W,Y,9001,2
+4464,9906,South along 90°W,X,9001,1
+4464,9907,South along 0°E,Y,9001,2
+4465,9906,South along 50°E,X,9001,1
+4465,9907,South along 140°E,Y,9001,2
+4466,9906,South along 10°W,X,9001,1
+4466,9907,South along 80°E,Y,9001,2
+4467,9906,South along 60°W,X,9001,1
+4467,9907,South along 30°E,Y,9001,2
+4468,9906,South along 45°E,X,9001,1
+4468,9907,South along 135°E,Y,9001,2
+4469,9906,South along 90°E,X,9001,1
+4469,9907,South along 180°E,Y,9001,2
+4470,9906,North along 90°E,X,9001,1
+4470,9907,North along 0°E,Y,9001,2
+4471,9906,North along 75°W,E,9001,1
+4471,9907,North along 165°W,N,9001,2
+4472,9906,North along 60°W,E,9001,1
+4472,9907,North along 150°W,N,9001,2
+4473,9906,North along 45°W,E,9001,1
+4473,9907,North along 135°W,N,9001,2
+4474,9906,North along 15°W,E,9001,1
+4474,9907,North along 105°W,N,9001,2
+4475,9906,North along 0°E,E,9001,1
+4475,9907,North along 90°W,N,9001,2
+4476,9906,North along 15°E,E,9001,1
+4476,9907,North along 75°W,N,9001,2
+4477,9906,North along 45°E,E,9001,1
+4477,9907,North along 45°W,N,9001,2
+4478,9906,North along 60°E,E,9001,1
+4478,9907,North along 30°W,N,9001,2
+4479,9906,North along 75°E,E,9001,1
+4479,9907,North along 15°W,N,9001,2
+4480,9906,North along 105°E,E,9001,1
+4480,9907,North along 15°E,N,9001,2
+4481,9906,North along 120°E,E,9001,1
+4481,9907,North along 30°E,N,9001,2
+4482,9906,North along 135°E,E,9001,1
+4482,9907,North along 45°E,N,9001,2
+4483,9906,North along 165°E,E,9001,1
+4483,9907,North along 75°E,N,9001,2
+4484,9906,North along 180°E,E,9001,1
+4484,9907,North along 90°E,N,9001,2
+4485,9906,North along 165°W,E,9001,1
+4485,9907,North along 105°E,N,9001,2
+4486,9906,North along 135°W,E,9001,1
+4486,9907,North along 135°E,N,9001,2
+4487,9906,North along 120°W,E,9001,1
+4487,9907,North along 150°E,N,9001,2
+4488,9906,North along 105°W,E,9001,1
+4488,9907,North along 165°E,N,9001,2
+4489,9906,North along 160°E,E,9001,1
+4489,9907,North along 70°E,N,9001,2
+4490,9906,North along 90°E,E,9001,1
+4490,9907,North along 0°E,N,9001,2
 4491,9907,north,N,9001,2
 4491,9908,west,W,9001,1
-4492,9913,North along 130 deg West,X,9001,1
-4492,9914,North along 140 deg East,Y,9001,2
-4493,9906,South along 90 deg East,E,9001,2
-4493,9907,South along 180 deg,N,9001,1
-4494,9906,North along 90 deg East,E,9001,2
-4494,9907,North along 0 deg,N,9001,1
+4492,9913,North along 130°W,X,9001,1
+4492,9914,North along 140°E,Y,9001,2
+4493,9906,South along 90°E,E,9001,2
+4493,9907,South along 180°E,N,9001,1
+4494,9906,North along 90°E,E,9001,2
+4494,9907,North along 0°E,N,9001,1
 4495,9906,east,X,9002,1
 4495,9907,north,Y,9002,2
 4496,9906,east,E(X),9001,1
@@ -171,12 +176,33 @@ coord_sys_code,coord_axis_name_code,coord_axis_orientation,coord_axis_abbreviati
 6423,9901,north,Lat,9122,1
 6423,9902,east,Long,9122,2
 6423,9903,up,h,9001,3
+6424,9901,north,Lat,9122,2
+6424,9902,east,Long,9122,1
+6425,9901,north,Lat,9105,2
+6425,9902,east,Long,9105,1
+6426,9901,north,Lat,9122,2
+6426,9902,east,Long,9122,1
+6426,9903,up,h,9001,3
+6427,9901,north,Lat,9105,2
+6427,9902,east,Long,9105,1
+6427,9903,up,h,9001,3
+6428,9901,north,Lat,9101,1
+6428,9902,east,Long,9101,2
+6429,9901,north,Lat,9101,2
+6429,9902,east,Long,9101,1
+6430,9901,north,Lat,9101,1
+6430,9902,east,Long,9101,2
+6430,9903,up,h,9001,3
+6431,9901,north,Lat,9101,2
+6431,9902,east,Long,9101,1
+6431,9903,up,h,9001,3
+6495,9905,down,D,9002,1
 6496,9904,up,H,9095,1
 6497,9904,up,H,9003,1
 6498,9905,down,D,9001,1
 6499,9904,up,H,9001,1
-6500,9910,Geocentre > equator/PM,X,9001,1
-6500,9911,Geocentre > equator/90dE,Y,9001,2
+6500,9910,Geocentre > equator/0°E,X,9001,1
+6500,9911,Geocentre > equator/90°E,Y,9001,2
 6500,9912,Geocentre > north pole,Z,9001,3
 6501,9908,west,Y,9001,2
 6501,9909,south,X,9001,1
@@ -200,3 +226,6 @@ coord_sys_code,coord_axis_name_code,coord_axis_orientation,coord_axis_abbreviati
 6510,9919,north-west,y,9001,2
 6511,9922,Along receiver lines,I,9208,1
 6511,9923,Across receiver lines,J,9209,2
+6512,9916,up,z,9001,3
+6512,9918,east,x,9001,1
+6512,9919,north,y,9001,2
diff --git a/csv/coordinate_axis_name.csv b/csv/coordinate_axis_name.csv
index 784ec7f..6e82c88 100644
--- a/csv/coordinate_axis_name.csv
+++ b/csv/coordinate_axis_name.csv
@@ -1,29 +1,32 @@
 coord_axis_name_code,coord_axis_name,description,remarks,information_source,data_source,revision_date,change_id,deprecated
-9901,Geodetic latitude,"Angle from the equatorial plane to the perpendicular to the ellipsoid through a given point, northwards usually treated as positive.",Used in geographic 2D and geographic 3D coordinate systems.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9902,Geodetic longitude,"Angle from the prime meridian plane to the meridian plane passing through the given point, eastwards usually treated as positive.",Used in geographic 2D and geographic 3D coordinate systems.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9903,Ellipsoidal height,Distance of a point from the ellipsoid measured along the perpendicular from the ellipsoid to this point.  Positive if upwards or outside of the ellipsoid.,"Used only as part of a geographic 3D coordinate system, never on its own.",EPSG based on ISO 19111,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9904,Gravity-related height,"Height influenced by the Earth's gravity field.  In particular, orthometric height or normal height which are both approximations of the distance of a point above sea level. Positive upwards.",Used in a 1D vertical coordinate system.,"ISO 19111 ""Geographical Information - Spatial Referencing by Coordinates"".",EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9905,Gravity-related depth,"Depth influenced by the Earth's gravity field, positive downwards.","Similar to gravity-related height, but with the positive increments in the opposite direction.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9906,Easting,East pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems.,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9907,Northing,North pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems.,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9908,Westing,West pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems (e.g. south oriented transverse Mercator),,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9909,Southing,South pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems (e.g. south oriented transverse Mercator),,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9910,Geocentric X,"First axis of a right-handed earth centered 3D cartesian coordinate system; lies in the zero-longitude plane, such that a vector pointing in the direction of the positive X will have a longitude of zero.",,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9911,Geocentric Y,"Second axis of a right-handed earth centered 3D cartesian coordinate system; perpendicular to the zero-longitude plane, pointing eastward.",,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9912,Geocentric Z,"Third axis of a right-handed earth centered 3D coordinate system; perpendicular to both X and Y, such that it completes a right-handed coordinate system, the Z-axis is approximately parallel to the earth's rotation axis, positive towards the north pole.",,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9913,First local axis,First axis of any local coordinate system.,First and second local coordinate axes are assumed to be horizontal and may be supplemented by 'local height' or 'local depth' to form a local 3D coordinate system.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9914,Second local axis,Second axis of any local coordinate system.,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9915,Third local axis,Third axis of any local coordinate system.,"If the local coordinate system is 3-dimensional, then the first and second local coordinate axes shall be horizontal and the third axis vertical.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-06-22,,0
-9916,Local height,"Height influenced by the Earth's gravity field, positive upwards.",Differs from gravity-related height in having an origin offset from sea level.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9917,Local depth,"Depth influenced by the Earth's gravity field, positive downwards.","Similar to local height, but with the positive increments in the opposite direction.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9918,Plant East,An axis of a local engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Plant East is 90 degrees clockwise from the Plant North axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical east.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-06-23,,0
-9919,Plant North,An axis of a local engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Plant North is 90 degrees counter-clockwise from the Plant East axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical north.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-06-23,,0
-9920,Bin grid I,First axis of seismic bin grid;  positive I is 90 degrees clockwise from positive J-axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9921,Bin grid J,Second axis of seismic bin grid;  positive J is 90 degrees counter-clockwise from positive I-axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9922,Inline,First axis of a seismic bingrid.,"Inline is an ambiguous term, varying by usage.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9923,Crossline,Second axis of a seismic bingrid.,"Crossline is an ambiguous term, varying by usage.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-03-07,,0
-9924,Platform East,An axis of an offshore platform engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Platform East is 90 degrees clockwise from the Platform North axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical east.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-06-23,,0
-9925,Platform North,An axis of an offshore platform engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Platform North is 90 degrees counter-clockwise from the Platform East axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical east.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-06-23,,0
-9926,Spherical latitude,"Angle from the equatorial plane to the geocentric point vector, northwards usually treated as positive.",,Open GIS Consortium,EPSG,2002-02-12,,0
-9927,Spherical longitude,"Angle from the prime meridian plane to the meridian plane passing through a point, eastwards usually treated as positive.",,Open GIS Consortium,EPSG,2002-02-12,,0
-9928,Geocentric radius,The distance from the (geocentric) coordinate system origin to a point. The third axis of a spherical coordinate system.,Used to avoid the singularity when the two angles in a 3D polar coordinate system lie in the same plane.,Open GIS Consortium,EPSG,2002-02-12,,0
+9901,Geodetic latitude,"Angle from the equatorial plane to the perpendicular to the ellipsoid through a given point, northwards usually treated as positive.",Used in geographic 2D and geographic 3D coordinate reference systems.,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9902,Geodetic longitude,"Angle from the prime meridian plane to the meridian plane passing through the given point, eastwards usually treated as positive.",Used in geographic 2D and geographic 3D coordinate reference systems.,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9903,Ellipsoidal height,Distance of a point from the ellipsoid measured along the perpendicular from the ellipsoid to this point.  Positive if upwards or outside of the ellipsoid.,"Used only as part of an ellipsoidal 3D coordinate system in a geographic 3D coordinate reference system, never on its own.",OGP based on ISO 19111,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9904,Gravity-related height,"Height influenced by the Earth's gravity field.  In particular, orthometric height or normal height which are both approximations of the distance of a point above sea level. Positive upwards.",Used in a 1D vertical coordinate system.,"ISO 19111 ""Geographical information - Spatial referencing by coordinates"".",OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9905,Gravity-related depth,"Depth influenced by the Earth's gravity field, positive downwards.","Similar to gravity-related height, but with the positive increments in the opposite direction.",OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9906,Easting,East pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems.,,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9907,Northing,North pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems.,,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9908,Westing,West pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems (e.g. south oriented transverse Mercator),,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9909,Southing,South pointing axis used in 2D projected coordinate systems (e.g. south oriented transverse Mercator),,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9910,Geocentric X,"First axis of a right-handed earth centered 3D cartesian coordinate system; lies in the zero-longitude plane, such that a vector pointing in the direction of the positive X will have a longitude of zero.",,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9911,Geocentric Y,"Second axis of a right-handed earth centered 3D cartesian coordinate system; perpendicular to the zero-longitude plane, pointing eastward.",,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9912,Geocentric Z,"Third axis of a right-handed earth centered 3D coordinate system; perpendicular to both X and Y, such that it completes a right-handed coordinate system, the Z-axis is approximately parallel to the earth's rotation axis, positive towards the north pole.",,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9913,First local axis,First axis of any local coordinate system.,First and second local coordinate axes are assumed to be horizontal and may be supplemented by 'local height' or 'local depth' to form a local 3D coordinate system.,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9914,Second local axis,Second axis of any local coordinate system.,,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9915,Third local axis,Third axis of any local coordinate system.,"If the local coordinate system is 3-dimensional, then the first and second local coordinate axes shall be horizontal and the third axis vertical.",OGP,OGP,2000-06-22,,0
+9916,Local height,"Height influenced by the Earth's gravity field, positive upwards.",Differs from gravity-related height in having an origin offset from sea level.,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9917,Local depth,"Depth influenced by the Earth's gravity field, positive downwards.","Similar to local height, but with the positive increments in the opposite direction.",OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9918,Plant East,An axis of a local engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Plant East is 90 degrees clockwise from the Plant North axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical east.,OGP,OGP,2000-06-23,,0
+9919,Plant North,An axis of a local engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Plant North is 90 degrees counter-clockwise from the Plant East axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical north.,OGP,OGP,2000-06-23,,0
+9920,Bin grid I,First axis of seismic bin grid;  positive I is 90 degrees clockwise from positive J-axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9921,Bin grid J,Second axis of seismic bin grid;  positive J is 90 degrees counter-clockwise from positive I-axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,,OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9922,Inline,First axis of a seismic bingrid.,"Inline is an ambiguous term, varying by usage.",OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9923,Crossline,Second axis of a seismic bingrid.,"Crossline is an ambiguous term, varying by usage.",OGP,OGP,2000-03-07,,0
+9924,Platform East,An axis of an offshore platform engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Platform East is 90 degrees clockwise from the Platform North axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical east.,OGP,OGP,2000-06-23,,0
+9925,Platform North,An axis of an offshore platform engineering grid 2D or 3D coordinate system.  Platform North is 90 degrees counter-clockwise from the Platform East axis when viewed from above the plane containing the two axes.,Not necessarily orientated to geographical east.,OGP,OGP,2000-06-23,,0
+9926,Spherical latitude,"Angle from the equatorial plane to the geocentric point vector, northwards usually treated as positive.",,Open GIS Consortium,OGP,2002-02-12,,0
+9927,Spherical longitude,"Angle from the prime meridian plane to the meridian plane passing through a point, eastwards usually treated as positive.",,Open GIS Consortium,OGP,2002-02-12,,0
+9928,Geocentric radius,The distance from the (geocentric) coordinate system origin to a point. The third axis of a spherical coordinate system.,Used to avoid the singularity when the two angles in a 3D polar coordinate system lie in the same plane.,Open GIS Consortium,OGP,2002-02-12,,0
+9929,Topocentric height,Vertical axis of a Cartesian 3D CS which is perpendicular to the ellipsoid and passes through the topocentric origin. Positive is up at the topocentric origin.,"Used in topocentric coordinate-systems related geometrically to the ellipsoid, as opposed to those that are gravity-related. If the topocentric origin is on the ellipsoid surface, topocentric height = ellipsoidal height.",OGP,OGP,2007-10-29,,0
+9930,Topocentric East,East pointing axis used in topocentric coordinate systems.,,OGP,OGP,2007-10-29,,0
+9931,Topocentric North,Norh pointing axis used in topocentric coordinate systems.,,OGP,OGP,2007-10-29,,0
diff --git a/csv/coordinate_operation.csv b/csv/coordinate_operation.csv
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 coord_op_code,coord_op_name,coord_op_type,source_crs_code,target_crs_code,coord_tfm_version,coord_op_variant,area_of_use_code,coord_op_scope,coord_op_accuracy,coord_op_method_code,uom_code_source_coord_diff,uom_code_target_coord_diff,remarks,information_source,data_source,revision_date,change_id,show_operation,deprecated
-101,deg to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert decimal degrees to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9637,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-102,degH to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree hemisphere representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere.,0,9638,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-103,Hdeg to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert hemisphere degree representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9639,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-104,DM to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree minute representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9640,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-105,DMH to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree minute hemisphere representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9641,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-106,HDM to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert hemisphere degree minute representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9642,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-107,DMS to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree minute second representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9643,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-108,HDMS to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert hemisphere degree minute second representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9644,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-22,,1,1
-1025,ED50 to ED87 (1),transformation,4230,4231,5Nat-NSea-90,1,2330,?,,9630,9102,9102,Latitude differences from ED50 to ED87 in decimal degrees given by coefficients A0 through A14 where m=(latitude - 55) degrees and n=longitude in decimal degrees.  Longitude differences given through coefficients B0 through B14.,Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1,EPSG,2002-06-22,99.74  2000.55 2002.40,1,1
-1026,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (1),transformation,4903,4230,IGB-Esp,1,2366,?,10,9617,,,It is preferable to use whichever of either Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (2) (code 1027) or Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (3) (code 1028) is applicable to the area.,Institut de Geomatica; Barcelona,EPSG,2007-03-22,99.82  99.74 2003.051 2004.17 2007.043,1,0
-1027,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (2),transformation,4903,4230,IGB-Esp N,2,2367,?,5,9617,,,Use in preference to Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (1) (code 1026).,Institut de Geomatica; Barcelona,EPSG,2003-02-06,99.82  99.74 2003.051 2004.17,1,0
-1028,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (3),transformation,4903,4230,IGB-Esp S,3,2368,?,5,9617,,,Use in preference to Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (1) (code 1026).,Institut de Geomatica; Barcelona,EPSG,2000-03-07,99.82  99.74 2004.17,1,0
-1029,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,28992,23031,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,,9632,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1030).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1030,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23031,28992,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,,9632,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (1) (code 1029).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1031,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (2),transformation,28992,23031,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2) (code 1032).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1032,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2),transformation,23031,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (2) (code 1031).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1033,Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,31300,23031,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,999,9631,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (code 1034).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1034,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (1),transformation,23031,31300,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,999,9631,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM 31N (code 1033).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1035,Astra Minas to Campo Inchauspe / Argentina 2 (1),transformation,5800,22192,IHS-Arg ComRiv,1,1265,Oil exploration.,5,9621,,,,IHS Energy,EPSG,2006-12-11,2006.89,1,0
-1036,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (1),transformation,27700,4258,OSGB-Gbr,1,1264,Accuracy 0.2m at 67% confidence level.,0.2,9633,,,Withdrawn and replaced by OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2) (code 1039).,http://www.gps.gov.uk/gpssurveying.asp,EPSG,2007-03-22,2002.62 2007.043,1,0
-1037,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1),transformation,28992,23095,NAM-Nld,1,1630,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1038).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,1
-1038,ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23095,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1630,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1) (code 1037).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,1
-1039,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2),transformation,27700,4258,OSGB-UK Gbr02,2,1264,Accuracy 0.1m at 67% confidence level.,0.1,9633,,,Replaces OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (1) (code 1036). May be taken as approximate transformation OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to WGS 84 - see code 15956.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2007-07-15,2007.067,1,0
-1040,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to WGS 84 (2),transformation,27700,4979,EPSG-UK Gbr02,2,1264,Accuracy 1m.,1,9633,,,Parameter values taken from OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2) (code 1039) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,1
-1041,TM75 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4300,4258,Osi-Ire,1,1305,Accuracy 0.4m (95%).,0.4,9648,9102,9102,Derived at 183 points. Recommended by OSi and OSNI for all horizontal transformations in the Republic and Northern Ireland. Use iteration for reverse transformation ETRS89 to TM75. May be used as approximation for TM75 to WGS 84 (see code 1042).,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1042,TM75 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4300,4326,EPSG-Ire,1,1305,Accuracy 1m.,1,9648,9102,9102,Parameter values taken from TM75 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1041) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.  Use iteration for reverse transformation WGS 84 to TM75.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1043,ED50 to ED87 (1),transformation,4230,4231,5Nat-NSea-90,1,2330,?,1,9651,9102,9102,Latitude differences from ED50 to ED87 in decimal degrees given by coefficients A0 through A14 where U=(latitude - 55) degrees and V=longitude in decimal degrees.  Longitude differences given through coefficients B0 through B14.,Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1,EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,1
-1044,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,28992,23031,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1045).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1045,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23031,28992,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (1) (code 1044).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1046,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (2),transformation,28992,23031,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2) (code 1047).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1047,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2),transformation,23031,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (2) (code 1046).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1048,Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,31300,23031,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,1,9652,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (code 1049).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1049,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (1),transformation,23031,31300,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,1,9652,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM 31N (code 1048).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1050,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1),transformation,28992,23095,NAM-Nld,1,1630,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1051).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1051,ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23095,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1630,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,Used by NAM.  For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1) (code 1050).,Shell / NAM,EPSG,2002-12-21,,1,0
-1052,ED50 to WGS 84 (35),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Eur W,35,2879,Minerals management in Germany.,5,9654,9102,9102,Adopted at June 2003 agreement between LBA and BSH.  From  TR8350.2 MRE for onshore western Europe. May be approximated to better than 0.5m by transformation code 1998. LBA will also accept TR8350.2 mean Europe geocentric translation (code 1133).,Landesbergamt for Lower Saxony and Bundesanstalt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2003.201 2004.63 2007.043,1,0
-1053,NTF to RGF93 (1),transformation,4275,4171,IGN-Fra 1m,1,1326,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9655,,,May be used for transformation of NTF to/from ETR89 and WGS 84 as RGR93 may be considered equivalent to ETRS89 or WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. See tfm codes 1054 and 15939. May be emulated using NTv2 method - see tfm code 15940.,"Institut Geographique National (IGN) document NTG_88.pdf, ""Grille de parametres de transformation de co [...]
-1054,NTF to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4275,4258,EPSG-Fra 1m,2,1326,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9655,,,These parameter values are taken from NTF to RGR93 (1) (code 1053) as RGR93 may be considered equivalent to ETRS89 within the accuracy of the transformation. May be emulated using NTv2 method - see tfm code 15941.,EPSG,EPSG,2007-05-29,2007.036,1,0
-1055,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4204,4326,WGC-Kwt,3,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9603,,,Derived at station K1.,KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1056,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4204,4326,Par-Kwt,4,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9607,,,"Derivation is more precise, but no evidence that accuracy is better than Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (3). EPSG recommends using Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (3).",KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1057,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4204,4326,Par-Kwt N,5,2956,1 metre accuracy.,1,9607,,,.,KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1058,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4204,4326,Par-Kwt S,6,2957,1 metre accuracy.,1,9607,,,,KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1059,KOC to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4246,4326,WGC-Kwt,1,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9603,,,,KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1060,NGN to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4318,4326,Mun-Kwt,1,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9603,,,,KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1061,Kudams to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4319,4326,Mun-Kwt,1,1136,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1062,Kudams to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4319,4326,Par-Kwt,2,1136,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9607,,,,KOC,EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-1063,Vientiane 1982 to Lao 1997 (1),transformation,4676,4678,NGD-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy 2m.,2,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,National Geographic Department,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-1064,Lao 1993 to Lao 1997 (1),transformation,4677,4678,NGD-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy 0.15m,0.15,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,National Geographic Department,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-1065,Lao 1997 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4678,4326,NGD-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy 5m.,5,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,National Geographic Department,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-1066,Amersfoort to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4289,4258,NCG-Nld 2000,2,1275,Accuracy 0.5m,0.5,9636,,,Replaced by Amersfoort to ETRS89 (4) (tfm code 15740). Dutch sources also quote an equivalent transformation using the Coordinate Frame 7-parameter method - see tfm code 1751.,http://rdnap.kadaster.nl/rd/index.html  Also Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 3rd edition 1997.  Also with change of method and parameter units at EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EP [...]
-1067,Minna to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4263,4326,Stat-Nga,11,1717,Oil industry exploration and production.,5,9603,,,"Used by Statoil for deep water blocks 210, 213, 217 and 218. Parameter values interpolated from Racal Survey geocentric translation contour charts  for each of these four blocks and then meaned.",Statoil.,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-1068,Guam 1963 to NAD83(HARN) (1),transformation,4675,4152,NGS-Gum,1,1110,"Geodetic survey. Accuracy 3 m in each component, 1 sigma.",5,9613,,,NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs Guam 1963 and NAD83(HARN) (codes 4675 and 4152) have longitudes positive east. Can be used as approximation for tfm between Guam 1963 and WGS 84 - see tfm code 1069.,ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon/readme.txt,EPSG,2004-04-22,,1,0
-1069,Guam 1963 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4675,4326,EPSG-Gum,2,1110,Accuracy 5m.,5,9613,,,"Parameter files are from Guam 1963 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 1068), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.",EPSG,EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.021,1,0
-1070,Guam to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4675,4326,DMA-Gum,1,1110,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1071,Palestine 1923 to Israel (1),transformation,4281,4141,SoI-Isr,1,1126,Accuracy: 1.5m,1.5,9603,,,For more accurate transformation contact Survey of Israel.,Survey of Israel,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-1072,Palestine 1923 / Israeli CS to Israel / Israeli TM (1),transformation,28193,2039,SoI-Isr,1,1126,Accuracy: 1m to north and 10m to south of east-west line through Beersheba (31 deg 15 min N).,3,9656,,,For more accurate transformation contact Survey of Israel.,Survey of Israel,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-1073,Israel to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4141,4326,SoI-Isr,1,1126,Accuracy: 2m,2,9603,,,For more accurate transformation contact Survey of Israel.,Survey of Israel,EPSG,2004-04-14,,1,0
-1074,Palestine 1923 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4281,4326,EPSG-Isr,1,1126,Oil Exploration. Accuracy: 1m to north and 5m to south of east-west line through Beersheba (31 deg 15 min N).,2,9606,,,Not recognised by Survey of Israel. See Palestine 1923 to WGS 84 (2) (code 8650).,Various industry sources,EPSG,2004-04-14,,1,0
-1075,ED50 to WGS 84 (38),transformation,4230,4326,TPAO-Tur,38,2896,Oil Exploration,10,9603,,,"Derived in 1987 by Geodetic for TPAO.  Used on BP 1991/92 2D seismic surveys in central and eastern Turkish sector of Black Sea.  In Turkey, replaced by tfm code 1784. Also adopted for use offshore Israel.",Various industry sources,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1076,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4248,4326,EPSG-Ven,13,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9636,,,Parameter vales are from PSAD56 to REGVEN (1) (code 1769) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-03-26,,1,1
-1077,La Canoa to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4247,4326,EPSG-Ven,2,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9636,,,Parameter values are from La Canoa to REGVEN (1) (code 1076) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-03-26,,1,1
-1078,Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4181,4258,ACT-Lux 0.1m,2,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 0.1 metre.,0.1,9636,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 - see code 1079.,Administration du Cadastre et de la Topographie. http://www.etat.lu/ACT,EPSG,2004-03-09,,1,0
-1079,Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4181,4326,EPSG-Lux 0.5m,2,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 0.5 metre.,0.5,9636,,,Parameter values from Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1078). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,Administration du Cadastre et de la Topographie. http://www.etat.lu/ACT,EPSG,2004-03-09,,1,0
-1080,CI1971 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4672,4326,DMA-Nzl CI,1,2889,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html",EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1081,CI1979 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4673,4326,OSG-Nzl CI,1,2889,For applications requiring 2m accuracy.,2,9607,,,Derived at 4 stations using concatenation through WGS72. Parameter vales are also used to transform CI1979 to NZGD2000 - see tfm code 1082.,"Office of Surveyor General (OSG) Technical Report 14, June 2001.",EPSG,2004-02-17,,1,0
-1082,CI1979 to NZGD2000 (1),transformation,4673,4167,OSG-Nzl CI,1,2889,For applications requiring 2m accuracy.,2,9607,,,Parameter vales are from CI1979 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1081) assuming that WGS 84 is equivalent to NZGD2000 within the accuracy of the transformation.,"Office of Surveyor General (OSG) Technical Report 14, June 2001.",EPSG,2004-02-17,,1,0
-1083,JAD69 to WGS 72 (2),transformation,4242,4322,PC-Jam,2,3342,For oil exploration.,10,9603,,,Derived in 1981 through Transit observations at 4 stations by Geodetic Survey for Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica.,"""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",EPSG,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
-1084,JAD69 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4242,4326,UT-Jam 5m,1,3342,For applications requiring 5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,Derived via NAD27 and WGS 72. Preliminary values derived by Survey Department but not officially promulgated.,"""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",EPSG,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
-1085,JAD69 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4242,4326,UT-Jam 2m,2,3342,For applications requiring 2m accuracy.,2,9603,,,"Derived at 4 stations, tested at a further 9.","""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",EPSG,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
-1086,JAD69 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4242,4326,UT-Jam 1m,3,3342,For applications requiring 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,"Derived at 4 stations, tested at a further 9.","""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",EPSG,2004-02-17,,1,1
-1087,ED50 to WGS 84 (37),transformation,4230,4326,RJGC-Jor,37,1130,Topographic mapping.,999,9603,,,Information has not been confirmed by National Mapping Agency.,Various industry sources,EPSG,2004-01-29,,1,0
-1088,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Adr N Anc,5,2882,Oil exploration and production,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),EPSG,2004-01-20,,1,0
-1089,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Adr Anc-Gar,6,2883,Oil exploration and production,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),EPSG,2004-01-20,,1,0
-1090,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Adr S Gar,7,2884,Oil exploration and production,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),EPSG,2004-01-20,,1,0
-1091,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Otr,8,2885,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),EPSG,2004-01-20,,1,0
-1092,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita N Jon,9,2886,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),EPSG,2004-01-20,,1,0
-1093,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita E Sic,10,2887,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),EPSG,2004-01-20,,1,0
-1094,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita W Sic,11,2888,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),EPSG,2004-01-20,,1,0
-1095,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4248,4326,EPSG-Ven,13,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,15,9636,,,Parameter values are from PSAD56 to REGVEN (1) (code 1769) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-05,2004.184,1,0
-1096,La Canoa to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4247,4326,EPSG-Ven,2,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,15,9636,,,Parameter values are from La Canoa to REGVEN (1) (code 1771) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-05,2004.184,1,0
-1097,Dealul Piscului 1970 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4317,4326,EPSG-Rom,2,1197,"Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Parameter values taken from Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (9) (code 1293) assuming that Pulkovo 1942 in Romania is equivalent to Dealul Piscului 1970.,EPSG,EPSG,2003-11-28,,1,0
-1098,IGM95 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4670,4258,IGM-Ita,1,1127,IGM95 is a realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation IGM95 to WGS 84 - see code 1099.,ENI,EPSG,2004-01-07,,1,0
-1099,IGM95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4670,4326,IGM-Ita,1,1127,Approximation at the 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from IGM95 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1098) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,ENI,EPSG,2004-01-07,,1,0
-1100,Adindan to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Eth Sud,1,1271,For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1101,Adindan to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Bfa,2,1057,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 1 station connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Burkino Faso.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2002.38 2005.20,1,0
-1102,Adindan to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Cmr,3,3226,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 1 station connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Cameroon.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2002.38 2005.20,1,0
-1103,Adindan to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Eth,4,1091,For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1104,Adindan to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Mli,5,1153,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 1 station connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Mali.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2002.38 2005.20,1,0
-1105,Adindan to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Sen,6,3304,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 2 stations connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Senegal.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2002.38 2005.20,1,0
-1106,Adindan to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Sud,7,3311,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1107,Afgooye to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4205,4326,DMA-Som,1,1214,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1108,AGD66 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4202,4326,DMA-Aus,1,2575,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 105 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.20 2006.01,1,0
-1109,AGD84 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4203,4326,DMA-Aus,1,2575,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 90 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1110,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4204,4326,DMA-Bhr,1,1040,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,97.06,1,0
-1111,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4204,4326,DMA-Sau,2,1206,For military purposes.  Accuracy 10m in each axis.,18,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1112,Amersfoort to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4289,4326,NCG-Nld 93,1,1275,?,1,9606,,,Replaced by Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2) (code 1672).,Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 1993.,EPSG,2007-03-22,97.07 2002.90 2007.043,1,0
-1113,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-mean,1,2312,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m, 33m and 20m in X, Y and Z axes.",44,9603,,,Derived at 41 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1114,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Bwa,2,1051,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1115,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Bdi,3,1058,For military purposes.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1116,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Lso,4,1141,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 3m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1117,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Mwi,5,1150,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 9m, 24m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",27,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1118,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Swz,6,1224,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1119,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Cod,7,1259,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-09-30,2005.15 2005.20,1,1
-1120,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Zmb,8,1260,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 21m, 21m and 27m in X, Y and Z axes.",41,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1121,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Zwe,9,1261,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m, 8m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 10 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1122,Arc 1960 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4210,4326,DMA-Ken Tza,1,2311,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1123,Batavia to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4211,4326,DMA-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Note: The area of use cited for this transformation (Sumatra) is not consistent with the area of use (Java) for the Batavia (Genuk) coordinate system. Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1124,Bermuda 1957 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4216,4326,DMA-Bmu,1,1047,For military purposes.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1125,Bogota 1975 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4218,4326,DMA-Col,1,1070,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 6m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived in 1987 at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1126,Bukit Rimpah to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4219,4326,DMA-Idn BBI,1,1287,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-21,2002.151 2005.20,1,0
-1127,Campo Inchauspe to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4221,4326,DMA-Arg,1,1033,For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 20 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1128,Cape to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4222,4326,DMA-Zaf,1,1215,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 6m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",9,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1129,Cape to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4222,4326,DSLI-Zaf,2,1215,?,15,9603,,,Residuals should not exceed 15 metres. Parameter values are from Cape to Hartebeesthoek94 (1) (code 1504) assuming that Hartebeesthoek94 and WGS 84 are equivalent within the accuracy of the transformation.,"Private Communication, Directorate of Surveys and Land Information, Cape Town.",EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1130,Carthage to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4223,4326,DMA-Tun,1,1236,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 6m, 9m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",14,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1131,Chua to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4224,4326,DMA-Pry,1,1188,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 6m, 9m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2006-10-13,2005.20 2005.21 2005.84 2006.49 2006.89,1,0
-1132,Corrego Alegre to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4225,4326,DMA-Bra,1,1293,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 17 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-12-30,2005.20 2005.841,1,0
-1133,ED50 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-mean,1,2420,"For military purposes. Accepted for minerals management in Germany. Accuracy 3m, 8m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 85 stations. In Germany will be accepted by LBA for minerals management purposes as alternative to tfm 1052 or 1998.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2006-03-16,2004.63 2005.20 2005.471,1,0
-1134,ED50 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-cenEur,2,2421,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 52 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1135,ED50 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-midEast,3,2345,For military purposes only.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1136,ED50 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Cyp,4,1078,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1137,ED50 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Egy,5,1086,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 6m, 8m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",13,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1138,ED50 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Irl Gbr,6,2343,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 40 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1139,ED50 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Fin Nor,7,2344,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 20 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1140,ED50 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Grc,8,1106,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1141,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4154,4326,DMA-Irn,2,1123,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 9m, 12m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Given by DMA as from ED50.  EPSG interpret that as ED50(ED77) in Iran. Derived at 27 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2000.06 2005.20,1,0
-1142,ED50 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Ita Sard,10,2339,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1143,ED50 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Ita Sic,11,2340,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1144,ED50 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Mlt,12,1154,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1145,ED50 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Prt Esp,13,2338,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",9,9603,,,Derived at 18 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1146,ED87 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4231,4326,5Nat-NSea-90,1,2330,?,0.8,9606,,,,"Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1 and note of 13-Feb-1991 ""Om Transformasjon mellom Geodetiske Datum i Norge""",EPSG,1997-04-11,97.03  97.04,1,0
-1147,ED50 to ED87 (2),transformation,4230,4231,NMA-Nor N65,2,2331,Geodetic purposes.,1,9606,,,,"Norwegian Mapping Authority note of 13-Feb-1991 ""Om Transformasjon mellom Geodetiske Datum i Norge""",EPSG,1997-04-11,97.04,1,0
-1148,Egypt 1907 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4229,4326,DMA-Egy,1,1086,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 6m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",11,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1149,ETRS89 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4258,4326,EPSG-eur,1,1298,ETRS89 is a realisation of WGS 84 coincident to within 1 metre.  This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,97.24  2000.72,1,0
-1150,GDA94 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4283,4326,EPSG-Aus,1,2575,GDA94 is a realisation of WGS 84 coincident to within 1 metre.  This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1151,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4272,4326,DMA-Nzl,1,1175,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1152,Hu Tzu Shan to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4236,4326,DMA-Twn,1,1228,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1153,Indian 1954 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4239,4326,DMA-Tha,1,1231,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m, 6m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,97.06,1,0
-1154,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4240,4326,DMA-Tha,1,1231,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 2m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 62 stations. Replaced by Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1304).,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 second edition September 1991,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1155,Kalianpur 1937 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4144,4326,DMA-Bgd,1,1041,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 10m, 8m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",18,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,2005-05-27,97.235 2005.21,1,0
-1156,Kalianpur 1975 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4146,4326,DMA-Ind Npl,1,2411,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 12m, 10m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",22,9603,,,Care!  DMA ellipsoid is inconsistent with EPSG ellipsoid - transformation parameter values may not be appropriate. Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,2005-05-27,97.235 2005.21,1,0
-1157,Kandawala to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4244,4326,DMA-Lka,1,1218,For military purposes.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1158,Kertau 1968 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4245,4326,DMA-Mys Sgp,1,1309,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 10m, 8m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2007-01-04,2005.20 2006.251 2006.89,1,0
-1159,Leigon to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4250,4326,DMA-Gha,1,1104,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 2m, 3m and 2m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1160,Liberia 1964 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4251,4326,DMA-Lbr,1,1142,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1161,Luzon 1911 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4253,4326,DMA-Phl N,1,2364,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 8m, 11m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",17,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1162,Luzon 1911 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4253,4326,DMA-Phl Min,2,2365,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1163,M'poraloko to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4266,4326,DMA-Gab,1,1100,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1164,Mahe 1971 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4256,4326,DMA-Syc,1,2369,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1165,Massawa to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4262,4326,DMA-Eth,1,1089,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1166,Merchich to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4261,4326,DMA-Mar,1,1166,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m, 3m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1167,Minna to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4263,4326,DMA-Cmr,1,3226,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 2 stations.  Note: Minna is used in Nigeria, not Cameroon.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1168,Minna to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4263,4326,DMA-Nga,2,1178,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 6m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",9,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1169,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4265,4326,DMA-Ita Sar,1,2339,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2004.08 2005.20,1,0
-1170,NAD27 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Carib,1,2418,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 9m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",16,9603,,,Derived at 15 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1171,NAD27 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Cen Am,2,2419,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 8m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 19 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1172,NAD27 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can,3,1061,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m, 11m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",20,9603,,,Derived at 112 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1173,NAD27 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Conus,4,1323,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 405 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1174,NAD27 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-ConusE,5,2389,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",11,9603,,,Derived at 129 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1175,NAD27 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-ConusW,6,2390,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 3m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 276 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1176,NAD27 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-USA AK,7,2412,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 9m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 47 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1177,NAD27 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Bha xSalv,8,2413,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1178,NAD27 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Bha Salv,9,2414,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1179,NAD27 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can AB BC,10,2384,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 8m, 8m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",13,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1180,NAD27 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can MN ON,11,2415,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 9m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1181,NAD27 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can E,12,2416,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 6m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",9,9603,,,Derived at 37 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1182,NAD27 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can NWT,13,2410,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 17 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1183,NAD27 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can Yuk,14,2417,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 8m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1184,NAD27 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Pan,15,2385,For military purposes.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1185,NAD27 to WGS 84 (16),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Cuba,16,1077,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1186,NAD27 to WGS 84 (17),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Grl,17,2386,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations. Note: NAD27 is not used in Greenland.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2006-07-21,2005.20 2006.466,1,0
-1187,NAD27 to WGS 84 (18),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Mex,18,1160,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 8m, 6m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1188,NAD83 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4269,4326,DMA-N Am,1,1325,Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 312 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,97.06,1,0
-1189,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4270,4326,DMA-Omn Mas,1,2391,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1190,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4270,4326,DMA-Sau,2,1206,For military purposes.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1191,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4270,4326,DMA-UAE,3,1243,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1192,Naparima 1972 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4271,4326,DMA-Tto,1,1235,For military purposes only.  Accuracy given by NIMA 15m in each axis. EPSG believes there is an 8-10m blunder in dX.,33,9603,,,CAUTION: EPSG believes that these parameter values include a blunder and that if NIMA transformation parameters are to be used the 1987 version (EPSG code 1307) be used.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1998-06-30,98.102,1,0
-1193,NTF to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4275,4326,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to ETRS89. See NTF to ETRS89 (1) (code 1651).,IGN technical report RT/G 14; January 1988.,EPSG,2006-12-29,2006.992,1,0
-1195,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr,1,1264,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 10m, 10m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 38 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1196,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr Eng,2,2395,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 24 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1197,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr E&W,3,2396,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 10m, 10m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1198,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr Sco,4,2397,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 10m in each axis.,18,9603,,,Derived at 13 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1199,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr Wal,5,2398,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1200,Pointe Noire to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4282,4326,DMA-Cog,1,1072,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1201,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-mean,1,2399,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 17m, 27m and 27m in X, Y and Z axes.",42,9603,,,Derived at 63 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1202,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Bol,2,1049,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 11m and 14m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1203,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Chl N,3,2402,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1204,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Chl S,4,2403,For military purposes.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1205,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Col,5,1070,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1206,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Ecu,6,3241,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1207,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Guy,7,1114,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 6m, 14m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",17,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1208,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Per,8,1189,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 6m, 8m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",16,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1209,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Ven,9,1251,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 9m, 14m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",23,9603,,,Derived at 24 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1211,Qornoq to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4287,4326,DMA-Grl S,1,2407,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m, 25m and 32m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1212,SAD69 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-mean,1,1341,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m, 6m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 84 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1213,SAD69 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Arg,2,1033,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 10 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1214,SAD69 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Bol,3,1049,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1215,SAD69 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Bra,4,1053,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1216,SAD69 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Chile,5,1066,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m, 8m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1217,SAD69 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Col,6,1070,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 6m, 6m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1218,SAD69 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Ecu,7,1085,For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1219,SAD69 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Ecu Gal,8,2356,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1220,SAD69 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Guy,9,1114,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 9m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1221,SAD69 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Pgy,10,1188,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1222,SAD69 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Peru,11,1189,For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1223,SAD69 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Tto,12,1235,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1224,SAD69 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Ven,13,1251,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1225,Sapper Hill 1943 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4292,4326,DMA-Flk E,1,2355,For military purposes.  Accuracy 1m in each axis.,2,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1226,Schwarzeck to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4293,4326,DMA-Nam,1,1169,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1227,Tananarive to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4297,4326,DMA-Mdg,1,1149,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1228,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4298,4326,DMA-Borneo,1,1362,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 10m, 10m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1229,TM65 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4299,4326,DMA-Ire,1,1305,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 December 1987.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,1
-1230,Tokyo to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Jpn Kor,1,2409,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m, 5m and 20m in X, Y and Z axes.",29,9603,,,Derived at 31 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,97.06,1,0
-1231,Tokyo to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Jpn,2,1129,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 8m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",13,9603,,,Derived at 16 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1232,Tokyo to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Kor,3,1135,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 8m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.
-.",13,9603,,,Derived at 29 stations. Replaced by Tokyo to WGS 84 (5) (code 1305).,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,97.06 2007.043,1,0
-1233,Tokyo to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Jpn Ok,4,2408,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m, 5m and 20m in X, Y and Z axes.",29,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-1234,Yacare to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4309,4326,DMA-Ury,1,1247,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1235,Zanderij to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4311,4326,DMA-Sur,1,1222,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",11,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,EPSG,EPSG,2005-04-14,,1,0
-1236,AGD84 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4203,4326,Auslig-Aus old,2,2575,Preliminary estimate.,5,9607,,,"""Higgins parameters"". Replaced by AGD84 to GDA94 (2) (code 1280) and AGD84 to WGS 84 (7) (code 1669).",Australian Surveying and Land Information Group - www.auslig.gov.au/geodesy,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1237,WGS 72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4322,4326,DMA1,1,1262,For scientific purposes.,2,9606,,,,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,1996-12-12,,1,0
-1238,WGS 72 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4322,4326,DMA2,2,1262,For scientific purposes.,2,9606,,,,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,1996-12-12,,1,0
-1239,WGS 72BE to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4324,4322,DMA,1,1262,Geodesy.,2,9606,,,,,EPSG,1996-12-12,,1,0
-1240,WGS 72BE to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4324,4326,DMA,1,2346,Geodesy.,2,9606,,,,,EPSG,1996-12-12,,1,0
-1241,NAD27 to NAD83 (1),transformation,4267,4269,NGS-Usa Conus,1,2374,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.15m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",0.15,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov,EPSG,2004-04-27,98.201  98.53  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1243,NAD27 to NAD83 (2),transformation,4267,4269,NGS-Usa AK,2,2373,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.5m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. May be used as transformation to WGS 84 - see NAD27 to WGS 84 (85) (code 15864).,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov,EPSG,2006-12-26,98.201  98.53  2000.14 2004.3 [...]
-1245,ED50 to WGS 84 (16),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Tun,16,1236,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1998-04-16,98.11,1,0
-1246,Herat North to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4255,4326,DMA-Afg,1,1024,For military purposes only.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-1247,Kalianpur 1962 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4145,4326,DMA-Pak,1,1184,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Care!  DMA ellipsoid is inconsistent with EPSG ellipsoid - transformation parameter values may not be appropriate.  No accuracy estimate available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1999-10-20,97.235 2005.21,1,0
-1248,ID74 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4238,4326,DMA-Idn,1,1122,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,2006-08-25,2002.151 2006.81,1,0
-1249,NAD27 to WGS 84 (21),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-AK AluE,21,2387,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 6m, 8m and 10m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-1250,NAD27 to WGS 84 (22),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-AK AluW,22,2388,For military purposes.  Accuracy 10m in each axis.,18,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-1251,NAD83 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4269,4326,DMA-AK Alu,2,2157,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m, 2m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 42 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-1252,NAD83 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4269,4326,DMA-USA Hi,3,1334,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-1253,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4307,4326,DMA-Alg,1,1026,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-1254,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4284,4326,DMA-Rus,1,1198,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-1255,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4307,4326,DMA-Dza N,2,1365,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,CAUTION:  Source CRS described by DMA as from Voirol 1960. EPSG believes that the data used in the derivation of these parameters contains a blunder.  We recommend using transformation North Sahara 1959 to WGS84 (1) (code 1253). Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,2000-06-23,98.15  2000.47,1,0
-1256,Fahud to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4232,4326,DMA-Omn,1,1183,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 3m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.21,1,0
-1258,Bogota 1975 (Bogota) to Bogota 1975 (Greenwich),transformation,4802,4218,IGAC-Col,1,1070,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1259,Lisbon (Lisbon) to Lisbon (Greenwich),transformation,4803,4207,IGC-Prt,1,1294,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1260,Makassar (Jakarta) to Makassar (1),transformation,4804,4257,EPSG-Idn Sulawesi,1,1316,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,99.79 2006.89,1,0
-1261,MGI (Ferro) to MGI (Greenwich),transformation,4805,4312,BEV-Aut balk,1,1166,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1262,Monte Mario (Rome) to Monte Mario (1),transformation,4806,4265,EPSG-Ita,1,1127,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,98.37  99.79 2006.89,1,0
-1263,Padang (Jakarta) to Padang (Greenwich),transformation,4808,4280,EPSG-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1264,Belge 1950 (Brussels) to Belge 1950 (1),transformation,4809,4215,IGN-Bel,1,1347,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,99.79 2006.89,1,0
-1265,Tananarive (Paris) to Tananarive (1),transformation,4810,4297,EPSG-Mdg,1,1149,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,99.79 2006.89,1,0
-1266,Voirol 1875 (Paris) to Voirol 1875 (1),transformation,4811,4304,IGN-Dza,1,2347,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,99.79 2006.89,1,0
-1268,Batavia (Jakarta) to Batavia (Greenwich),transformation,4813,4211,EPSG-Idn Java,1,1285,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1269,RT38 (Stockholm) to RT38 (Greenwich),transformation,4814,4308,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1270,Greek (Athens) to Greek (Greenwich),transformation,4815,4120,NTU-Grc,1,1106,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,Topography Department; National Technical University of Athens.,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1271,Schwarzeck to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4293,4326,SLI-Nam,2,1169,?,999,9603,,,Beware!   Schwarzeck CRS uses German legal metres.  Example:  Schwarzeck Lat 19d 35m 46.952s S Long 20d 41m 50.649s E; X=5623409.40 Y=2124618.00 Z=-2125847.62 GLM; X=5623485.86 Y=2124646.89 Z=-2125876.53 m; WGS84 X=5624101.50 Y=2124748.97 Z=2126132.34 m.,Chief Directorate Surveys and Land Information; Mowbray; South Africa.,EPSG,1997-11-13,97.48,1,0
-1272,GGRS87 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4121,4326,Hel-Grc,1,1106,For applications requiring 1m or better accuracy.,1,9603,,,,Geodesy Department; Public Petroleum Corporation of Greece.,EPSG,1997-06-16,,1,0
-1273,HD72 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4237,4258,ELTE-Hun,1,1119,?,,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation HD72 to WGS 84 - see code 1677.,http://lazarus.elte.hu/gb/geodez/geod5.htm,EPSG,1997-11-13,97.47,1,1
-1274,Pulkovo 1942 to LKS94 (1),transformation,4284,4669,HNIT-Ltu,1,1145,?,9,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 - see code 1679.,HNIT-BALTIC GeoInfoServisas.,EPSG,2006-05-08,2006.31,1,0
-1275,ED50 to WGS 84 (17),transformation,4230,4326,IGN-Fra,17,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to ETRS89. See ED50 to ETRS89 (10) (code 1650).,IGN technical report 14 (January 1988).,EPSG,2006-12-29,98.11 2006.992,1,0
-1276,NTF to ED50 (1),transformation,4275,4230,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,,IGN technical report 7 (October 1981).,EPSG,1997-11-13,,1,0
-1277,NTF to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4275,4322,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,,IGN technical report 7 (October 1981).,EPSG,1997-11-13,,1,0
-1278,AGD66 to GDA94 (1),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-Aus 5m,1,2575,5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,Given to greater precision but no better accuracy at http://www.dehaa.sa.gov.au For higher accuracy requirements see various regional transformations.  May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 15788. Derived at 162 stations.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.86 2006.01,1,0
-1279,AGD84 to GDA94 (1),transformation,4203,4283,Auslig-Aus 5m,1,2575,5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,Given to greater precision but no better accuracy at http://www.dehaa.sa.gov.au For higher accuracy requirements see various regional transformations.  May be taken as approximate transformation AGD84 to WGS 84 - see code 15789. Derived at 327 stations.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.86 2006.01,1,0
-1280,AGD84 to GDA94 (2),transformation,4203,4283,Auslig-Aus 1m,2,2575,1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Replaces AGD84 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1236).  May be taken as approximate transformation AGD84 to WGS 84 - see code 1669.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2007-03-22,2006.01 2007.043,1,0
-1282,Samboja to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4125,4326,TOT-Idn Mah,1,1328,Oil exploration.,,9603,,,Datum shift derived through ITRF93.,Total Indonesia.,EPSG,2000-03-07,2000.23,1,1
-1283,LKS94 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4669,4326,HNIT-Ltu,1,1145,LKS94 is a realisation of ETRS89 coincident to WGS 84 within 1 metre.  This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,HNIT-BALTIC GeoInfoServisas.,EPSG,2006-05-08,98.13 2006.31,1,0
-1284,Arc 1960 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4210,4326,NIMA-Ken,2,1132,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 4m, 3m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",6,9603,,,Derived at 24 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1285,Arc 1960 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4210,4326,NIMA-Tza,3,1230,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 6m, 9m and 10m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 12 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1286,Segora to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4294,4326,NIMA-Idn Kal,1,2354,For military purposes.,,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://164.214.2.59/geospatial/products/GandG/tr83502b/toc.html,EPSG,1998-03-12,,1,1
-1287,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Hun,3,1119,For military purposes.  Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-27,98.11 2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1288,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Pol,4,1192,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 4m, 2m and 4m in X, Y and Z axes.",6,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-27,98.11 2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1289,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Cze,5,1079,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m, 3m and 2m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-27,98.11 2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1290,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Lva,6,1139,For military purposes.  Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-27,98.11 2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1291,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Kaz,7,1131,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-27,98.11 2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1292,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Alb,8,1025,For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-21,98.11 2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1293,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Rom,9,1197,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,EPSG,2005-05-27,98.11 2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1294,Voirol 1875 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4304,4326,NIMA-Dza N,1,2347,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,1998-03-12,,1,0
-1296,Trinidad 1903 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4302,4326,Amoco-Tto Trin,1,1339,Oil exploration.,2,9603,,,Derived in 1989 by ONI for Amoco.,Trinidad Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries.,EPSG,1998-11-11,98.38,1,0
-1297,Tete to Moznet (1),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz,1,1167,Residuals as high as 30 metres.,30,9607,,,Mean of 32 stations. To reduce the size of the residuals; four regional parameter sets (see codes 1298-1301) were developed. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1683.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,EPSG,2007-03-22,2006.76 2007.043,1,0
-1298,Tete to Moznet (2),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz A,2,2350,Residuals are generally under 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Mean of 9 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1684.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,EPSG,2006-08-18,2006.76,1,0
-1299,Tete to Moznet (3),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz B,3,2351,Residuals are generally under 4 metres.,4,9607,,,Mean of 6 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1685.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,EPSG,2006-08-18,2006.76,1,0
-1300,Tete to Moznet (4),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz C,4,2352,Residuals are generally under 3 metres.,3,9607,,,Mean of 11 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1686.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,EPSG,2006-08-18,2006.76,1,0
-1301,Tete to Moznet (5),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz D,5,2353,Residuals are 5-10 metres.,10,9607,,,Mean of 7 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1687.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,EPSG,2006-08-18,2006.76,1,0
-1302,Moznet to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4130,4326,EPSG-Moz,1,1167,For many purposes Moznet can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84. Accuracy better than 1 metre.,1,9607,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1998-04-16,,1,0
-1303,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4284,4326,KCS-Kaz Cas,10,2405,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9606,,,Mean of 13 stations along entire Kazak coastline.,KazakCaspiShelf consortium.,EPSG,2000-02-02,2000.05,1,0
-1304,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4240,4326,NIMA-Tha,2,1231,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m, 2m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 62 stations. Replaces Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1154).,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.20 2005.46 2007.043,1,0
-1305,Tokyo to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4301,4326,NIMA-Kor,5,1135,For military purposes. Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 29 stations. Replaces Tokyo to WGS 84 (3) (code 1232).,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.20 2005.46 2007.043,1,0
-1306,MGI to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4312,4326,NIMA-balk,1,2370,For military purposes only.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.20 2005.21 2005.46,1,0
-1307,Naparima 1972 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4271,4326,NIMA-Tto Tob,3,1322,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,(1) See remarks for tfm code 1192.  (2) Naparima 1972 is an extension to Tobago of the Napaima 1955 geographic CRS of Trindad.  In Trinidad this transformation may also be considered to use Napaima 1955 (code 4158) as its source CRS: see tfm code 1556.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1308,NAD83 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4269,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF94,4,1323,Historical record only - superseded - see remarks.,,9607,,,Strictly between NAD83 and ITRF94(1996.0).  Superseded by NAD83 to WGS 84 (5) (code 1515).,US National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,EPSG,1999-04-22,99.12  99.38,1,1
-1309,DHDN to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W,1,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 5 m level.,5,9607,,,Mean of 69 stations. May be taken as approximate tfm DHDN to WGS 84 (code 1673). Replaced by DHDN to ETRS89 (2) (tfm code 1776) and regional higher accuracy tfms. Note: these later tfms have been published using the Position Vector method.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.72 2004.09 2005.18 2007.043,1,0
-1310,Pulkovo 1942 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4284,4258,IfAG-Deu E,1,1343,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9607,,,Mean of 20 stations.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig.,EPSG,2000-10-19,2000.72,1,1
-1311,ED50 to WGS 84 (18),transformation,4230,4326,UKOOA-CO,18,2342,Recommended transformation for UKCS and IrishCS petroleum purposes.,1,9606,,,Based on ED50 to WGS72 (precise ephemeris) 6-nations agreement of 1981 to which precise to broadcast and broadcast to WGS 84 transformations have been concatenated.,The Hydrographic Journal; vol 52 page 50.,EPSG,2006-10-13,2004.48 2006.89,1,0
-1312,NAD27 to NAD83 (3),transformation,4267,4269,GC-Can NT1,3,1061,Historic record only - now superseded - see remarks.,1,9614,,,Uses NTv1 method.  Replaced in Quebec by code 1462 and elsewhere in 1997 by NTv2 (transformation code 1313).  Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geomatics Canada - Geodetic Survey Division.,EPSG,2007-03-22,98.57 2000.14 2007.043,1,0
-1313,NAD27 to NAD83 (4),transformation,4267,4269,GC-Can NT2,4,1061,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NTv2 data files. Replaces  NTv1 (transformation code 1312) except in Quebec. Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. May be used as tfm to WGS 84 - see code 1693.,http://www.geod.nrcan.gc.ca/products/html-public/GSDapps/English/NTv2_Fact_Sheet.html,EPSG,2006-12-29,98.57  2000.14 2006.993,1,0
-1314,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4277,4326,UKOOA-Pet,6,2394,Oil exploration. Accuracy better than 4m and generally better than 2m.,2,9606,,,For a more accurate transformation see OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2) (code 1039): contact the Ordnance Survey of Great Britain (http://www.gps.gov.uk/gpssurveying.asp) for details.,UK Offshore Operators Association. Also at EuroGeographics at http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu,EPSG,2005-05-27,2002.62 2005.18,1,0
-1315,OSGB 1936 to ED50 (UKOOA),transformation,4277,4230,UKOOA-UKCS,1,2394,For oil exploration. Accuracy better than 4m and generally better than 2m.,2,9606,,,This transformation is concatenated from OSGB36 to WGS 84 (Petroleum) (code 1314) minus ED50 to WGS 84 (Common Offshore) (code 1311).,UK Offshore Operators Association.,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,0
-1316,Manoca to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4260,4326,SCS-Cmr,1,1060,?,999,9603,,,,Stolt Comex Seaway and Geoid for Elf.,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,1
-1317,Camacupa to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4220,4324,GSI-Ago,1,1604,Oil exploration.,10,9603,,,Derived by Geophysical Services Inc. in 1979 from mean of Transit results at 7 stations.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,0
-1318,Camacupa to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4220,4326,CON-Ago B5,1,2316,Used for oil exploration by Conoco.,10,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,0
-1319,Camacupa to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4220,4326,TEX-Ago B2,2,2317,Used for oil exploration by Texaco.,25,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,0
-1320,Camacupa to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4220,4326,SHL-Ago old,3,2321,Oil exploration prior to 1994.,10,9606,,,Replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (9). Used by Shell prior to 1994.,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,98.56 2007.043,1,0
-1321,Camacupa to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4220,4326,GSI-Ago,4,2320,Oil exploration.,10,9603,,,"Derived as mean of 123 Transit passes at station Cabo Ledo NE base in November 1990. Used by Elf for block 7 up to December 1992 then replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (7). Used by Total in block 8, ExxonMobil block 24, Western Geophysical for spec. data.",EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.16 2007.043,1,0
-1322,Camacupa to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B3 old,5,2318,Oil exploration.,3,9603,,,Derived at station Djeno during coordination of platform PAL F2 in February 1992. Used by Elf for block 3 up to December 1992 then replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (7).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1323,Camacupa to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B7 old,6,2319,Used for oil exploration by Elf for 1993 block 7 shallow water survey.,8,9603,,,Derived at Luanda observatory December 1992.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,0
-1324,Camacupa to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B15,7,2322,"Used for oil exploration by Elf for blocks 3, 7 and 17 between December 1992 and 1994 then superseded by Camacupa to WGS 84 (10).  Used by Exxon for block 15 since 1993.",3,9603,,,Derived at platform PAL F2 in December 1992.,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1325,Camacupa to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B2 old,8,2317,Oil exploration between December 1992 and 1994.,3,9603,,,Derived at platform PAL F2 in December 1992. Used by Total for block 2 between December 1992 and 1994 then replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (10).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1326,Camacupa to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4220,4326,SHL-Ago B16,9,2323,Used by Shell since 1994.,10,9606,,,Derived by GPS on two Topnav DGPS reference stations at Djeno and Luanda. Replaces Camacupa to WGS 84 (3).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,98.56 2007.043,1,0
-1327,Camacupa to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago N,10,2324,Used for oil exploration by Elf in blocks 3 and 17 since 1994.  Used by Total in block 2 since 1994. Adopted by BP-Amoco Elf and Exxon for blocks 31-33.,5,9603,,,Derived at platform PAL F2 in 1994 by Topnav using Doris.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,0
-1328,Malongo 1987 to Mhast (1),transformation,4259,4264,CHV-Ago Cab,1,1317,Used for oil exploration.,0,9603,,,Malongo 1987 is an offshore extension of Mhast adopted by Chevron in 1987.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,1
-1329,Mhast to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4264,4326,CHV-Ago Cab,1,1317,"Used for oil exploration by Chevron until superseded in 1990 by trf Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2), code 1557.",10,9603,,,"Superseded in 1990 by trf Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2), code 1557.  Malongo 1987 is an offshore extension of the Mhast cooordinate system.",Chevron.,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,1
-1330,Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4259,4326,CHV-Ago Cab89,1,3180,Offshore oil exploration and production between April 1989 and June 1990.,10,9603,,,Derived at Station Y in April 1989 using 572 transit satellite passes. Computed value for dZ was -96.42 but -96.38 has been utilised. Replaced Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (3) (code 15791) in 1989. Replaced by Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1557) in 1990.,Chevron.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1331,EST92 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4133,4258,UT-Est,1,1090,?,0.1,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2000.72 2005.46,1,0
-1332,Pulkovo 1942 to EST92 (1),transformation,4284,4133,UT-Est,1,1090,?,9,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1333,EST92 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4133,4326,UT-Est,1,1090,?,0.5,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1334,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4284,4326,UT-Est,12,1090,?,9,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1335,Tokyo to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4301,4326,GSI-Jpn 452141,6,2425,For medium accuracy.,2,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,1
-1336,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (7),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 452142,7,2426,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1337,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (8),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 444141,8,2427,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1338,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (9),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 444142,9,2428,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1339,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (10),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440141,10,2429,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1340,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (11),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440142,11,2430,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1341,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (12),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440143,12,2431,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1342,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (13),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440144,13,2432,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1343,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (14),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432141,14,2433,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1344,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (15),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432142,15,2434,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1345,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (16),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432143,16,2435,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1346,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (17),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432144,17,2436,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1347,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (18),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432145,18,2437,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1348,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (19),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424140,19,2438,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1349,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (20),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424141,20,2439,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,99.77 2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1350,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (21),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424142,21,2440,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1351,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (22),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424143,22,2441,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1352,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (23),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424144,23,2442,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1353,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (24),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424145,24,2443,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1354,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (25),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420139,25,2444,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1355,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (26),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420140,26,2445,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1356,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (27),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420141,27,2446,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1357,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (28),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420142,28,2447,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1358,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (29),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420143,29,2448,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1359,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (30),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 412140,30,2449,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1360,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (31),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 412141,31,2450,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1361,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (32),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 404140,32,2451,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1362,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (33),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 404141,33,2452,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1363,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (34),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 400139,34,2453,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1364,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (35),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 400140,35,2454,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1365,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (36),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 400141,36,2455,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1366,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (37),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 392139,37,2456,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1367,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (38),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 392140,38,2457,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1368,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (39),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 392141,39,2458,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1369,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (40),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 384139,40,2459,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1370,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (41),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 384140,41,2460,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1371,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (42),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 384141,42,2461,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1372,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (43),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 380139,43,2462,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1373,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (44),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 380140,44,2463,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1374,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (45),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 380141,45,2464,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1375,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (46),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372136,46,2465,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1376,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (47),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372137,47,2466,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1377,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (48),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372138,48,2467,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1378,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (49),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372139,49,2468,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1379,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (50),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372140,50,2469,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1380,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (51),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372141,51,2470,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1381,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (52),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364136,52,2471,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1382,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (53),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364137,53,2472,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1383,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (54),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364138,54,2473,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1384,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (55),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364139,55,2474,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1385,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (56),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364140,56,2475,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1386,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (57),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360136,57,2476,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1387,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (58),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360137,58,2477,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1388,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (59),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360138,59,2478,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1389,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (60),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360139,60,2479,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1390,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (61),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360140,61,2480,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1391,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (62),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352132,62,2481,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1392,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (63),transformation,7414,4979,GSI-Jpn 352133,63,2482,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1393,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (64),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352134,64,2483,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1394,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (65),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352135,65,2484,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1395,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (66),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352136,66,2485,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1396,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (67),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352137,67,2486,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1397,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (68),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352138,68,2487,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1398,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (69),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352139,69,2488,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1399,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (70),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352140,70,2489,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1400,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (71),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344132,71,2490,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1401,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (72),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344133,72,2491,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1402,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (73),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344134,73,2492,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1403,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (74),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344135,74,2493,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1404,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (75),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344136,75,2494,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1405,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (76),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344137,76,2495,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1406,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (77),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344138,77,2496,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1407,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (78),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344139,78,2497,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1408,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (79),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344140,79,2498,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1409,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (80),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340130,80,2499,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1410,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (81),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340131,81,2500,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1411,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (82),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340132,82,2501,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1412,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (83),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340133,83,2502,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1413,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (84),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340134,84,2503,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1414,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (85),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340135,85,2504,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1415,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (86),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340136,86,2505,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1416,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (87),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340137,87,2506,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1417,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (88),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340138,88,2507,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1418,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (89),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332129,89,2508,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1419,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (90),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332130,90,2509,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1420,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (91),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332131,91,2510,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1421,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (92),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332132,92,2511,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1422,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (93),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332133,93,2512,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1423,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (94),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332134,94,2513,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1424,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (95),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332135,95,2514,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1425,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (96),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332136,96,2515,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1426,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (97),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324129,97,2516,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1427,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (98),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324130,98,2517,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1428,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (99),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324131,99,2518,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1429,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (100),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324132,100,2519,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1430,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (101),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324133,101,2520,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1431,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (102),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324134,102,2521,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1432,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (103),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 320130,103,2522,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1433,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (104),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 320131,104,2523,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1434,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (105),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 320132,105,2524,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1435,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (106),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 312130,106,2525,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1436,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (107),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 312131,107,2526,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2002.08 2004.38,1,1
-1437,RT90 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4124,4258,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Accuracy 0.5m.,0.5,9607,,,"Derived at 22 points in 1993. Replaced by RT90 to SWEREF99 (1) (code 1895) from 2001.
-This transformation is actually between ETRS89 and RR92. RR92 is a geographic 3D CRS where the horizontal component is RT90.",National Land Survey of Sweden.,EPSG,2007-03-22,99.11 2000.72 2002.48 2007.043,1,0
-1438,Fahud to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4232,4326,PDO-Omn,2,1183,Oil exploration.,25,9606,,,,Petroleum Development Oman,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1439,PSD93 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4134,4326,PDO-Omn 97,1,1183,Oil exploration. Residuals 0.5m at 67% probability level.,0.5,9606,,,Replaced PSD93 to WGS 84 (2) (code 8581) in 1997.,Petroleum Development Oman,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.28 2007.043,1,0
-1440,ED50 to WGS 84 (19),transformation,4230,4326,HEL-Grc,19,1106,Used in oil industry.,999,9603,,,,Geodesy Department; Hellenic Petroleum s.a.,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1441,Antigua 1943 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4601,4326,DOS-Atg Ant,1,1273,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1442,Dominica 1945 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4602,4326,DOS-Dma,1,1082,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1443,Grenada 1953 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4603,4326,DOS-Grd,1,3118,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1444,Montserrat 1958 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4604,4326,DOS-Msr,1,1165,Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 satellite station.,NIMA TR8350.2 revision 2 via Ordnance Survey of Great Britain.,EPSG,2007-01-04,2002.76 2006.02 2006.89,1,0
-1445,St. Kitts 1955 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4605,4326,DOS-Kna,1,1200,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1446,St. Lucia 1955 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4606,4326,DOS-Lca,1,1201,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1447,Anguilla 1957 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4600,4326,DOS-Aia,1,1030,?,10,9619,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,EPSG,1999-04-22,,1,0
-1450,ED50 to WGS 84 (20),transformation,4230,4326,NMA-Nor 6265W,20,2333,Oil exploration before 1997/2001.,0.5,9620,,,Valid 1991-1997. Replaced in 1997 by ED50 to WGS 84 (22) (code 1590) and in 2001 by ED50 to WGS 84 (23) (code 1612).,"Norwegian Mapping Authority note of 13-Feb-1991 ""Om Transformasjon mellom Geodetiske Datum i Norge"".",EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.14 2007.043,1,0
-1451,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (1),transformation,4609,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT1,1,1368,Historic record only - now superseded - see remarks.,1,9614,,,Replaced by NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (2) (code 1575).  Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs CGQ77 (code 4609) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.14 2007.043,1,0
-1454,Old Hawaiian to NAD83 (1),transformation,4135,4269,NGS-Usa HI,1,1334,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,0.2,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs Old Hawaiian (code 4135) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.  NADCON data converts from Old Hawaiian Datum but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov,EPSG,2004-04-27,2000.14 2004.182 2004.36,1,0
-1455,St. Lawrence Island to NAD83 (1),transformation,4136,4269,NGS-Usa AK StL,1,1332,Accuracy 0.5m at 67% confidence level.,0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs St. Lawrence (code 4136) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. NADCON data converts from St. Lawrence Datum to but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov,EPSG,2004-04-27,2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1456,St. Paul Island to NAD83 (1),transformation,4137,4269,NGS-Usa AK StP,1,1333,Accuracy 0.5m at 67% confidence level.,0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs St. Paul (code 4137) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. NADCON data converts from St. Paul Datum to but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov,EPSG,2004-04-27,2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1457,St. George Island to NAD83 (1),transformation,4138,4269,NGS-Usa AK StG,1,1331,Accuracy 0.5m at 67% confidence level.,0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs St. George (code 4138) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. NADCON data converts from St. George Datum to but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov,EPSG,2004-04-27,2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1458,AGD66 to GDA94 (2),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-ACT 1m,2,2283,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in A.C.T.  1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1665.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.86 2006.01,1,0
-1459,AGD66 to GDA94 (3),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-Tas 1m old,3,1282,1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Replaced in 2000 by AGD66 to GDA94 (8) (code 1594). Differences are sub-metre.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.68 2006.01 2007.043,1,0
-1460,AGD66 to GDA94 (4),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-NSW Vic 1m,4,2286,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in NSW and Victoria.  1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803).  May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1666.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.86 2006.01,1,0
-1461,Puerto Rico to NAD83 (1),transformation,4139,4269,NGS-PRVI,1,1335,Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Puerto Rico-WGS 84 - see code 15841.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov,EPSG,2004-04-27,2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1462,NAD27 to NAD83 (5),transformation,4267,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT1,5,1368,Historic record only - now superseded - see remarks.,1,9614,,,Densification for Quebec of code 1312. Replaced by NAD27 to NAD83 (6) (code 1573).  Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.14 2007.043,1,0
-1463,NAD27(76) to NAD83 (1),transformation,4608,4269,SGQ-Can Ont,1,1367,?,1,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27(76) (code 4608) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27(76) to WGS 84 - see code 1690.,Geodetic Survey of Canada   http://www.geod.nrcan.gc.ca/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2000.14 2005.46,1,0
-1464,AGD66 to GDA94 (5),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Aus Vic old,5,2285,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (10) (code 1596) and then by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803).  Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,Office of Surveyor General Victoria; http://www.land.vic.gov.au/,EPSG,2005-09-29,99.67  2000.14  2000.68 2005.46,1,0
-1466,NGO 1948 (Oslo) to NGO1948 (Greenwich),transformation,4817,4273,NGO-Nor,1,1352,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,"J. Danielsen; ""Transformasjoner ved Norges Geografiske Oppmåling""; Kart Og Plan nr 1; 1982.",EPSG,1999-11-12,99.79,1,1
-1467,NTF (Paris) to NTF (Greenwich) (1),transformation,4807,4275,IGN-Fra,1,1096,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.63  99.79,1,1
-1468,NTF (Paris) to NTF (Greenwich) (2),transformation,4807,4275,RGS,2,1096,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,EPSG prefers value from IGN Paris (code 1467).,Royal Geographic Society; London,EPSG,1999-11-12,99.63  99.79,1,1
-1469,Locodjo 1965 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4142,4326,IGN-Civ,1,2282,?,999,9603,,,,IGN Paris,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-1470,Abidjan 1987 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4143,4326,IGN-Civ,1,2282,?,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-1471,MGI to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4312,4326,BEV-Aut,1,1037,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,,9606,,,,Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-1472,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4122,4140,GIC-Can NB,1,1447,?,,9615,,,Introduced in 1999. Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1688.,New Brunswick Geographic Information Corporation land and water information standards manual.,EPSG,2000-10-19,2000.14  2000.66,1,1
-1473,NAD83(CSRS98) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4140,4326,EPSG-Can,1,1336,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,9603,,,For many purposes NAD83(CSRS98) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-1474,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (1),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa AL,1,1372,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1717.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1475,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (2),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa AZ,2,1373,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1728.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1476,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (3),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa CA n,3,2297,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1739.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1477,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (4),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa CA s,4,2298,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1750.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1478,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (5),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa CO,5,1376,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1712.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1479,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (6),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa GA,6,1380,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1713.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1480,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (7),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa FL,7,1379,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1714.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1481,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (8),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT e,8,2382,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1715.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1482,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (9),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT w,9,2383,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1716.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1483,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (10),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa KY,10,1386,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1718.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1484,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (11),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa LA,11,1387,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1719.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1485,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (12),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa DE MD,12,2377,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1720.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1486,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (13),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ME,13,1388,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1721.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1487,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (14),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MI,14,1391,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1722.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1488,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (15),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MS,15,1393,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1723.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1489,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (16),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NE,16,1396,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1724.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1490,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (17),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NewEng,17,2378,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1725.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1491,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (18),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NM,18,1400,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1726.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1492,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (19),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NY,19,1401,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1727.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1493,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (20),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ND,20,1403,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1729.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1494,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (21),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa OK,21,1405,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1730.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1495,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (22),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-PRVI,22,1335,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1731.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1496,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (23),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa SD,23,1410,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1732.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1497,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (24),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa TN,24,1411,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1733.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1498,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (25),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa TX e,25,2379,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1734.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1499,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (26),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa TX w,26,2380,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1735.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1500,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (27),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa VA,27,1415,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1736.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1501,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (28),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa OR WA,28,2381,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1737.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1502,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (29),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa WI,29,1418,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1738.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1503,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (30),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa WY,30,1419,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1740.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,99.931  2000.14 2004.36,1,0
-1504,Cape to Hartebeesthoek94 (1),transformation,4222,4148,DSM-Zaf,1,1215,?,15,9603,,,Residuals should not exceed 15 metres. Also used to transform Cape to WGS 84 - see code 1129.,Directorate of Surveys and Mapping; http://w3sli.wcape.gov.za/surveys/mapping/wgs84.htm,EPSG,2000-01-06,99.96,1,0
-1505,Hartebeesthoek94 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4148,4326,EPSG-Zaf,1,1215,For many purposes Hartebeesthoek94 datum can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-01-06,99.96,1,0
-1506,AGD66 to GDA94 (6),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Tas 0.1m,6,1282,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,http://www.delm.tas.gov.au/osg/Geodetic_transform.htm,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.14 2007.043,1,0
-1507,AGD66 to GDA94 (7),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-NT 0.1m,7,2284,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.14 2006.01 2007.043,1,0
-1508,CH1903 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 1,1,1286,?,,9607,,,Implemented in Bundesamt für Landestopographie programme GRANIT.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie.  Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-1509,CH1903+ to CHTRF95 (1),transformation,4150,4151,BfL-CH,1,1286,For applications to an accuracy of 0.1 metres.,0.1,9603,,,This transformation is also given as CH1903+ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1647). CHTRF95 is a realisation of ETRS89. May be taken as approximate transformation CH1903+ to WGS 84 - see code 1676.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie.  Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-1510,CH1903 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 2,2,1286,Accuracy 1.5 metres.,,9603,,,These parameters are strictly between CH1903+ and CHTRF95 but are used from CH1903 as an approximation which is within the accuracy of the distortions in the CH1903 network.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie.  Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-1511,CHTRF95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4151,4326,EPSG-CH,1,1286,For many purposes CHTRF95 can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-1512,Rassadiran to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4153,4326,TOT-Irn Taheri,1,1338,Oil industry engineering survey. Used only for terminal site.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in 1998 at Assaluyeh (Taheri refinery) by Geoid for Total. Used for South Pars phases 2 and 3.,Total-Fina,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-1513,FD58 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4132,4326,TOT-Irn Kangan,1,2362,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in 1998 in Kangan district by Geoid for Total. Used for South Pars phases 2 and 3.,Total-Fina,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-1514,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4154,4326,NCCI-Irn,1,1123,Transformation for whole country: accuracy about 1m.,1,9606,,,"Used for South Pars phases 6, 7 and 8.",National Cartographic Centre of Iran,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-1515,NAD83 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4269,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF96,5,1323,Geodesy.,,9607,,,Strictly between NAD83 and ITRF96(1997.0).  Supersedes NAD83 to WGS 84 (4) (code 1308)., http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,EPSG,1999-11-05,,1,1
-1516,La Canoa to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4247,4326,LAG-Ven E,1,2363,Parameter values estimated accuracy: ± 2.0m;  ± 2.7m;  ± 1.3m respectively.,2.5,9603,,,Also used for PSAD56 to WGS 84 transformations.,"Lagoven; Gonzalez Losano y Rodriguez; ""Determination de los Parametros de Transformacion para el Oriente del Pais""; VII Venezuelan Geophysical Congress; September 1994.",EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-1517,Conakry 1905 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4315,4326,IGN-Gin,1,1112,?,30,9603,,,,IGN Paris,EPSG,1999-12-09,,1,0
-1518,Dabola 1981 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4155,4326,IGN-Gin,1,1112,Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,,NIMA TR8350.2 2nd edition via IGN Paris,EPSG,2002-09-19,2002.76,1,0
-1519,Bern 1898 (Bern) to CH1903 (Greenwich),transformation,4801,4149,BfL-CH,1,1286,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1999-12-09,,1,1
-1520,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (31),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa HI,31,1334,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1741.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1521,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (32),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa IN,32,1383,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1742.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1522,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (33),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa KS,33,1385,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1743.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1523,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (34),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NV,34,1397,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1744.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1524,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (35),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa OH,35,1404,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1745.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1525,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (36),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa UT,36,1413,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1746.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1526,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (37),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa WV,37,1417,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1747.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1527,Campo Inchauspe to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4221,4326,TOT-Arg Neu,2,2325,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived through ties at 2 stations (Cerro Colorado and Chihuido Sur) to 4 IGS stations in February 1995,Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1528,Chos Malal 1914 to Campo Inchauspe (1),transformation,4160,4221,TOT-Arg Neu,1,2325,Oil exploration. Accuracy 10 metres.,10,9603,,,Derived through common coordinates at 5 stations.,Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1529,Hito XVIII to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4254,4326,TOT-Arg TdF,1,2357,Oil exploration.,0.5,9606,,,"Derived through ties at 3 stations (RC03, TOTAL11 and MP12) to 3 IGS stations in  November 1995",Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1530,NAD27 to WGS 84 (30),transformation,4267,4326,ICH-Cub,30,1077,?,1,9603,,,,Institut Cubano di Hidrografia (ICH),EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1531,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4270,4326,TOT-UAE Abk,4,2392,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Parameter values adopted by Total are mean of those derived by Oceonics and Geoid through ties at platform AK1  to 4 IGS stations in  March 1995.,Total-Fina,EPSG,2007-04-20,2007.010,1,0
-1532,M'poraloko to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4266,4326,Elf-Gab94,2,1100,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived as mean of Doris determinations at 3 stations in Port Gentil area in 1994.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1533,Kalianpur 1937 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4144,4326,TOT-Mmr Moat,2,2361,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1534,Minna to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nig S,3,2371,Oil exploration.,,9606,,,,Shell Petroleum Development Company,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1536,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4270,4326,B&R-Qat off,5,2406,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived by Brown & Root in 1992 for Qatar General Petroleum Corporation North Field development. Adopted by QGPC for all offshore Qatar.,Qatar General Petroleum Corporation and Total-Fina,EPSG,2006-01-30,2000.53 2006.09,1,0
-1537,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4240,4326,Fug-Tha,3,2358,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived in 1995 at point RTSD181.,Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1538,Carthage to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4223,4326,Elf-Tun,2,1489,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived at station Chaffar January 1995.,Total / Elf,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1539,South Yemen to Yemen NGN96 (1),transformation,4164,4163,IGN-Yem South,1,1340,?,5,9603,,,May be used as an approximate transformation to WGS 84 - see South Yemen to WGS 84 (1) (code 1682).,IGN Paris,EPSG,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
-1540,Yemen NGN96 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4163,4326,IGN-Yem,1,1257,Accuracy better than 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1541,Indian 1960 to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4131,4324,PV-Vnm,1,1495,Oil exploration.,25,9603,,,Derived in Vung Tau area by Technical Navigation for Deminex in 1978.,PetroVietnam,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1542,Indian 1960 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4131,4326,DMA-Vnm 16N,2,2359,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1543,Indian 1960 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4131,4326,DMA-Vnm ConSon,3,2360,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1544,Hanoi 1972 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4147,4326,BP-Vnm,1,1494,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,Derived in Vung Tau area.,BP Amoco,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1545,Egypt 1907 to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4229,4322,MCE-Egy,1,1086,?,5,9603,,,,UK Mapping and Charting Establishment,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1546,Egypt 1907 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4229,4326,Racal-Egy GoS,3,2341,Used for oil exploration by GUPCO.,30,9603,,,,Maridive,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1547,Bissau to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4165,4326,DMA-Gnb,1,1113,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 second edition September 1991,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1548,SAD69 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4291,4326,IGBE-Bra,14,1053,Medium and small scale mapping.,,9603,,,Derived by Brazilean Institute of Geography and Statistics (IGBE) in 1989. Used by ANP.,Agencia Nacional do Petroleo (ANP).,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1549,Aratu to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra Camp,1,2307,Oil exploration.,999,9603,,,,Petrobras.,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-1550,Aratu to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra TucN,2,2308,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Petrobras.,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1551,Aratu to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra TucC,3,2309,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Petrobras.,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1552,Aratu to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra TucS,4,2310,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Petrobras.,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-1553,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (38),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa IL,38,1382,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1748.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1554,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (39),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NJ,39,1399,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1749.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1555,Naparima 1955 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4158,4326,Amoco-Tto Trin,2,3143,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived in 1989 by ONI for Amoco.,Trinidad Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries.,EPSG,2000-03-07,2000.351,1,0
-1556,Naparima 1955 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4158,4326,NIMA-Tto Trin,3,3143,For military purposes only.  Accuracy given by NIMA 15m in each axis. EPSG believes there is an 8-10m blunder in dX.,26,9603,,,Described by NIMA as Naparima to WGS 84.  In Trinidad the source CRS is better known as Naparima 1955. EPSG has duplicated the tfm using the alternative source CRSs.  See also tfm code 1307.,EPSG after U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2000.351 2005.20,1,0
-1557,Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4259,4326,CHV-Ago Cab90,2,3180,Offshore oil exploration and production from June 1990.,5,9603,,,Derived at station Y in July 1990 through Transit single point positioning using 187 passes by Geodetic Survey Ltd. Replaces Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (1) ( trf code 1330).,Chevron.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.751 2007.043,1,0
-1558,Korean 1995 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4166,4326,NIMA-Kor,1,1135,For military purposes. Accuracy 1m in each axis.,2,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.20 2005.46,1,0
-1559,AGD84 to GDA94 (3),transformation,4203,4283,DOLA-Aus WA 0.1m old,3,1280,0.1m accuracy.,,9615,,,Replaced by AGD84 to GDA94 (4) (code 1593) due to binary file format error and then by AGD84 to GDA94 (5) (code 1804). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD84 (code 4203) and GDA94 (code 4283) have longitudes positive east.,http://www.dola.wa.gov.au/lotl/survey_geodesy/gda1994/download.html,EPSG,2007-03-22,2000.68 2002.06 2007.043,1,0
-1560,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4307,4324,CGG-Alg HM,1,2393,Oil exploration.,8,9603,,,Derived at IGN monument CFP19 using Transit.,Various oil company sources.,EPSG,2000-06-23,,1,0
-1561,Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4285,4326,DMA-Qat,1,1195,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1562,Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4285,4326,B&R-Qat off,2,2406,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived by Brown & Root in 1992 for Qatar General Petroleum Corporation.,Qatar General Petroleum Corporation and Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1563,Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4285,4326,CGIS-Qat,3,1346,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived by Qatar Centre for GIS.  See Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1562) for transformation used by QGPC for offshore petroleum industry.,Qatar Centre for GIS,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1564,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4272,4326,OSG-Nzl 4m,2,1175,Transformation accuracy about 4 metres.,4,9607,,,These parameter values are taken from NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (4) (code 1701) and assume that NZGD2000 and WGS 84 are coincident to within the accuracy of the transformation. For improved accuracy use NZGD49 to WGS 84 (4) (code 1670).,Land Information New Zealand Office of Surveyor General policy statement 97/3.,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1565,NZGD2000 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4167,4326,OSG-Nzl,1,1175,Assumes NZGD2000 is coincident to WGS 84 to the 1m accuracy level.,1,9603,,,,Land Information New Zealand; http://www.linz.govt.nz/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1566,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (1),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 5m,1,1175,5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,For better accuracy use  NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (4) (code 1701) or NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568).,Land Information New Zealand; http://www.linz.govt.nz/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1567,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (2),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 4m,2,1175,4m accuracy.,,9607,,,4m accuracy.  For better accuracy use NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568),http://www.linz.govt.nz/services/surveysystem/osgpublications/nzgd2000_trans.html,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1568,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 1m,3,1175,0.2m accuracy.,0.2,9615,,,These same parameter values may be used to transform to WGS 84 - see NZGD49 to WGS 84 (4) (code 1670).,Land Information New Zealand; http://www.linz.govt.nz/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1569,Accra to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4168,4326,MCE-Gha,1,1104,Military survey,25,9603,,,Derived at 3 common points.,Ordnance Survey International,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1570,Accra to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4168,4324,GSI-Gha,1,1505,Oil exploration.,25,9603,,,Derived be single point Transit observation at several locations.,Various oil industry sources,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1571,Amersfoort to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4258,4326,NCG-Nld 2000,1,1172,Accuracy 0.5m,,9607,,,"Dutch sources also quote an equivalent transformation with parameter values dX=+593.032 dY=+26.000 dZ=+478.741m, rX rY rZ and dS as this tfm. These values belong to a different transformation method and cannot be used with the Coordinate Frame method.",http://rdnap.kadaster.nl/rd/index.html  Also Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 3rd edition 1997.  Also with change of metho [...]
-1572,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4269,4140,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(CSRS98) (code 4140) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1696.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1573,NAD27 to NAD83 (6),transformation,4267,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT2,6,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Replaces NAD27 to NAD83 (5) (code 1462).  Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1574,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4267,4140,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83(CSRS98) (code 4140) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1692.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1575,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (2),transformation,4609,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT2,2,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Replaces NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (1) (code 1451).  Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs CGQ77 and NAD83 (codes 4609 and 4269) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as approx transformation to WGS 84 - see code 1691.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1576,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4609,4140,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27(CGQ77) (code 4609) and NAD83(CSRS98) (code 4140) have 1691longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 - see code 1691.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1577,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4169,4326,NIMA-Asm,1,3109,For military purposes. One sigma uncertainty is 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Transformation based on observations at 2 stations in 1993.,NIMA TR8350.2 revision of January 2000.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.23,1,0
-1578,American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (1),transformation,4169,4152,NGS-Asm W,1,2288,Geodetic survey. No accuracy stated.,5,9613,,,NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs American Samoa 1962 and NAD83(HARN) (codes 4169 and 4152) have longitudes positive east.  NADCON expects latitudes in northern hemisphere and values must be made positive prior to input.,ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon/samoa_readme.txt,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1579,American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (2),transformation,4169,4152,NGS-Asm E,2,2289,Geodetic survey. No accuracy stated.,5,9613,,,NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs American Samoa 1962 and NAD83(HARN) (codes 4169 and 4152) have longitudes positive east.  NADCON expects latitudes in northern hemisphere and values must be made positive prior to input.,ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon/samoa_readme.txt,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1580,NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4152,4326,EPSG-Usa,1,1337,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.23,1,0
-1581,SIRGAS to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4170,4326,NIMA-S America,1,3448,For military purposes. Accuracy 1m in each axis.,2,9603,,,,NIMA TR8350.2 revision of January 2000.,EPSG,2006-07-29,2001.33 2006.465,1,0
-1582,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4248,4326,TOT-Bol  Mad,10,2400,Oil exploration.,3,9603,,,Derived May 1995 by Geoid for Total.  OSU91A geoid model used.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1583,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4248,4326,TOT-Bol  B20,11,2401,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived July 1997 by Geoid from data recorded by UGA for Total.  OSU91A geoid model used.,Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1584,Deir ez Zor to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4227,4324,GECO-Syr,1,2329,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,Recomputed in 1991 by Elf from data derived in 1983 at station 254 Deir by Geco using Transit. Derivation of 1983 parameter values of dX=-163.2 dY=-12.7 dZ=+232.7 contained errors in geodetic parameters for Syria.,Elf,EPSG,2005-04-14,2005.02,1,0
-1585,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4227,4326,IGN-Syr,2,1227,?,999,9603,,,,IGN Paris,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1586,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4227,4326,SHL-Syr Whal,3,2327,Oil exploration.,999,9606,,,"Derived in 1995 by CGG for Al Furat Petroleum Company. Can be approximated using geocentric translations of dX=-174.3m, dY=+14.1m, dZ=+237.6m.",Elf,EPSG,2005-04-14,2005.02,1,0
-1587,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4227,4326,ELF-Syr Shad,4,2328,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived at four stations by Topnav in 1997.,Elf,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1588,ED50 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4230,4258,NMA-Nor N65 1997,1,2332,Accuracy 1m.,1,9606,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans from 1997. The same parameter values were adopted for ED50 to WGS84 (variant 23) transformation offshore Norway north of 62N from April 2001 - see code 1612.,Statens Kartverk.,EPSG,2001-06-05,2001.06,1,0
-1589,ED50 to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4230,4258,NMA-Nor 6265W,3,2333,Accuracy 2m.,2,9620,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans from 1997. See ED50 to WGS84 (23) (code 1612) for a simpler transformation accurate to better than 4m.,Statens Kartverk,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1590,ED50 to WGS 84 (22),transformation,4230,4326,NMA-Nor 6265W 1997,22,2333,Oil exploration before 2001.,0.5,9620,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans between 1997 (v3.1) and 2001 (v4.0). Replaced ED50 to WGS 84 (20) (code 1450) in 1997. Replaced by ED50 to WGS 84 (23) (code 1612) in April 2001.,Statens Kartverk.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1591,RGF93 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4171,4258,IGN-Fra,1,1096,RGF93 is a regional realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation RGF93 to WGS 84 - see code 1671.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2000-10-10,,1,0
-1592,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4298,4326,BSP-Brn,2,2348,Offshore oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Brunei Shell Petroleum,EPSG,2006-09-21,2002.70 2006.252,1,0
-1593,AGD84 to GDA94 (4),transformation,4203,4283,DOLA-Aus WA 0.1m,4,1280,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaces AGD84 to GDA94 (3) (code 1559) and then replaced by AGD84 to GDA94 (5) (code 1804). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD84 (code 4203) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,"Department of Land Information, Government of Western Australia; http://www.dola.wa.gov.au/",EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.46 2007.043,1,0
-1594,AGD66 to GDA94 (8),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Tas 1m,8,1282,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Tasmania.  1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Replaces AGD66 to GDA94 (3) (code 1459) from August 2000.  For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803).  May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1667.,"GDA Technical Manual, http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda, and http://www.delm.tas.gov.au/osg/Geodetic_transform.htm",EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.86 2006.01,1,0
-1595,AGD66 to GDA94 (9),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-NT 1m,9,2284,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Northern Territory. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803).  May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1668.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.86 2006.01,1,0
-1596,AGD66 to GDA94 (10),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Aus SE 0.1m,10,2287,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803).  Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,Office of Surveyor General Victoria; http://www.land.vic.gov.au/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.46 2005.86 2007.043,1,0
-1597,Bogota 1975 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4218,4326,BP-Col CusCup,2,2315,Oil exploration.,0.2,9603,,,Derived in 1995 by WGC at first order stations Recreo and Mena via multi-day ties to 4 IGS stations. Residuals under 20cm.,Various industry sources,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1598,POSGAR to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4172,4326,EPSG-Arg,1,1033,?,,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1599,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS98) (2),transformation,4122,4140,PEI DOT-Can PEI,2,1533,?,,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1689.,PEI Department of Transportation & Public Works,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1600,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS98) (2),transformation,4267,4140,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1703.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1601,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (2),transformation,4269,4140,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1697.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1602,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (3),transformation,4267,4140,AB Env-Can AB,2,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,"This gridded difference file  AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites.  Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/ or email to geoff.banham at gov.ab.ca,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1603,NAD27 to ATS77 (1),transformation,4267,4122,SNB-Can NB,1,1447,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see ATS77 to NAD27 (1) (code 1947),Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2004-08-23,2003.08 2004.47,1,0
-1604,NAD27 to ATS77 (2),transformation,4267,4122,SNB-Can NS,2,2313,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see ATS77 to NAD27 (2) (code 1948).,Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2003-02-25,2003.08,1,0
-1605,NAD27 to ATS77 (3),transformation,4267,4122,SNB-Can PEI,3,1533,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see ATS77 to NAD27 (3) (code 1949).,Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2003-02-25,2003.08,1,0
-1606,ATS77 to NAD27 (1),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NB,1,1447,?,,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (1) (code 1603),Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1607,ATS77 to NAD27 (2),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NS,2,2313,?,,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (2) (code 1604),Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1608,ATS77 to NAD27 (3),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can PEI,3,1533,?,,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (3) (code 1605),Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1609,BD72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4313,4326,IGN-Bel 7,1,1044,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Scale difference is given by information source as 0.999999. Given in this record in ppm to assist application usage. Very similar parameter values (to slightly less precision) used for BD72 to ETRS89: see code 1652.,IGN Brussels www.ngi.be,EPSG,2006-07-30,2006.55,1,0
-1610,BD72 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4313,4326,IGN-Bel 3,2,1044,For applications to an accuracy of 5 metres.,5,9603,,,,IGN Brussels www.ngi.be,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1611,IRENET95 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4173,4258,OSI-Ire,1,1305,?,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation IRENET95 to WGS 84 - see code 1678.,Ordnance Survey of Ireland,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-1612,ED50 to WGS 84 (23),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Nor N62 2001,23,2601,Oil industry offshore.,1,9606,,,"Parameter values are taken from ED50 to ETRS89 (1), code 1588. Adopted for ED50 to WGS84 transformations offshore Norway north of 62N from April 2001 when it replaced code 1590. Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans from v4.0.",EPSG Guidance Note #10,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1613,ED50 to WGS 84 (24),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Nor S62 2001,24,2334,Approximation to 1 metre for oil industry use.,1,9606,,,"Approximation to 1 metre of concatenated transformation ED50 to WGS 84 (14), code 8046. 8046 remains the transformation promulgated by Statens Kartverk but 1613 recommended by EPSG for practical oil industry usage.",EPSG Guidance Note #10,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1614,Sierra Leone 1968 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4175,4326,NIMA-Sle,1,1209,Accuracy +/- 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Determined at 8 stations. Info. source has the source CRS as Sierra Leone 1960.  Sierra Leone 1968 is a readjustment of the 1960 network: coordinates changed by less than 3 metres.,"NIMA TR8350.2 revision 3, 1997.",EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1615,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4298,4326,SD-Brn,3,2349,Topographic and engineering survey onshore.,100,9603,,,CARE! Erroneous GPS data was used in the derivation of these parameters. They produce a coordinate difference of 10m horizontally and 50m vertically compared to Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1592).,Brunei Survey Department,EPSG,2006-09-21,2006.252,1,0
-1616,PSD93 to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4134,4322,PDO-Omn 93,1,1183,Oil exploration. Residuals 1.2m at 67% probability level.,1.2,9606,,,,Petroleum Development Oman,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1617,PSD93 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4134,4326,Tot-Omn 95,3,2404,Oil exploration.,0.5,9606,,,Accuracy better than 0.5m in block 4.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1618,MGI to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4312,4326,BEV-Aut,3,1037,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Same transformation parameters used for MGI to ETRS89 (1) (code 1619).,Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen via EuroGeographics http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu,EPSG,2006-12-16,2006.971,1,0
-1619,MGI to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4312,4258,BEV-Aut,1,1037,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Same transformation parameters used for MGI to WGS 84 (3) (code 1618). Precision of parameter values in this record were increased effective 16-Dec-2006 (db v6.12): see change record 2006.971.,Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2006-12-16,2006.971,1,0
-1620,MGI to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4312,4258,DGU-Hrv,2,1076,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation MGI to WGS 84 - see code 1621.,Drzavna Geodetska Uprava via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1621,MGI to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4312,4326,EPSG-Hrv,4,1076,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from MGI to ETRS89 (2) (code 1620). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1622,S-JTSK to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4156,4258,CUZK-Cze,1,1079,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation S-JTSK to WGS 84 - see code 1623.,Cesky Urad Zememericky a Katastraln via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1623,S-JTSK to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4156,4326,EPSG-Cze,1,1079,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from S-JTSK to ETRS89 (1) (code 1622). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1624,S-JTSK to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4156,4258,UGKK-Svk,2,1211,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation S-JTSK to WGS 84 - see code 1625.,"Urad Geodezie, Kartografie a Katastra via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1625,S-JTSK to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4156,4326,EPSG-Svk,2,1211,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from S-JTSK to ETRS89 (2) (code 1624). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1626,ED50 to ETRS89 (4),transformation,4230,4258,KMS-Dnk,4,1080,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1627.,Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1627,ED50 to WGS 84 (25),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Dnk,25,1080,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (4) (code 1626). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1628,ED50 to ETRS89 (5),transformation,4230,4258,DGC-Gib,5,1105,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1629.,UK Defence Geographic and Imagery Intelligence Agency via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1629,ED50 to WGS 84 (26),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Gib,26,1105,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9603,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (5) (code 1628). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1630,ED50 to ETRS89 (6),transformation,4230,4258,CNIG-Esp Bal,6,2335,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1631.,Centro Nacional de Informacion Geografica via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1631,ED50 to WGS 84 (27),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Esp Bal,27,2335,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (6) (code 1630). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1632,ED50 to ETRS89 (7),transformation,4230,4258,CNIG-Esp,7,2336,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1633.,Centro Nacional de Informacion Geografica via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1633,ED50 to WGS 84 (28),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Esp,28,2336,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (7) (code 1632). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1634,ED50 to ETRS89 (8),transformation,4230,4258,CNIG-Esp NW,8,2337,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1635.,Centro Nacional de Informacion Geografica via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1635,ED50 to WGS 84 (29),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Esp NW,29,2337,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (8) (code 1634). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1638,KKJ to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4123,4258,NLS-Fin,1,1095,For applications to an accuracy of 1 to 2 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation KKJ to WGS 84 - see code 1639. Replaced by KKJ to ETRS89 (2) (code 10098).,National Land Survey of Finland via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2004.12 2007.043,1,0
-1639,KKJ to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4123,4326,EPSG-Fin,1,1095,For applications to an accuracy of 1 to 2 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from KKJ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1638). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by KKJ to WGS 84 (2) (code 10099).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1640,TM65 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4299,4258,OSI-Ire,1,1305,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation TM65 to WGS 84 - see code 1641.,Ordnance Survey Ireland via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,1
-1641,TM65 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4299,4326,EPSG-Ire,2,1125,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"Parameter values from TM75 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1953). Assumes each pair of (i) TM65 and TM75, and (ii) ETRS89 and WGS 84, can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.",EPSG,EPSG,2003-06-27,2002.621,1,0
-1642,Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4181,4258,ACT-Lux,1,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 - see code 1643.,Administration du Cadastre et de la Topographie via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1643,Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4181,4326,EPSG-Lux,1,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1642). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1644,Pulkovo 1942(58) to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4179,4258,GUGK-Pol,1,1192,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"May be taken as approximate transformation Pulkovo 1942(58) to WGS 84 - see code 1645. Parameter values given to greater precision but to no better accuracy in GUGiK Technical Instruction G-2, Warsaw 2001.",Glowny Urzad Geodezji i Kartografii via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2006-02-02,2005.59,1,0
-1645,Pulkovo 1942(58) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4179,4326,EPSG-Pol,1,1192,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from Pulkovo 1942(58) to ETRS89 (1) (code 1644). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1646,CH1903 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4149,4258,BfL-Che,1,1286,Accuracy 1.5 metres.,1.5,9603,,,These parameters are derived from CH1903+ to ETRS89 (code 1647) and are used as from CH1903 as an approximation which is within the accuracy of the distortions in the CH1903 network.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2006-12-29,2006.992,1,0
-1647,CH1903+ to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4150,4258,BfL-Che,1,1286,For applications to an accuracy of 0.1 metres.,0.1,9603,,,This transformation is also given as CH1903+ to CHTRF95 (1) (code 1509). CHTRF95 is a local realisation of ETRS89.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1648,EST97 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4180,4258,NLB-Est,1,1090,EST97 is a realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation EST97 to WGS 84 - see code 1649.,Estonian National Land Board via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1649,EST97 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4180,4326,EPSG-Est,1,1090,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from EST97 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1648). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1650,ED50 to ETRS89 (10),transformation,4230,4258,IGN-Fra,10,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to WGS 84. See ED50 to WGS 84 (17) (code 1275).,Institut Geographique National via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1651,NTF to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4275,4258,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to WGS 84. See NTF to WGS 84 (1) (code 1193).,Institut Geographique National via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1652,BD72 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4313,4258,IGN-Bel,1,1044,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation BD72 to WGS 84 - see code 1609.,Institut Geographique National via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1653,NGO 1948 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4273,4258,SKV-Nor,1,1352,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,3,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NGO 1948 to WGS 84 - see code 1654.,Statens Kartverk via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1654,NGO 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4273,4326,EPSG-Nor,1,1352,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,3,9606,,,Parameter values from NGO 1948 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1653). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,0
-1655,Lisbon to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4207,4258,ICC-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,3,9606,,,Derived in 2000 at 8 stations.  Replaced by 2001 derivation (code 1997).,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2003.233 2003.234 2007.043,1,0
-1656,Lisbon to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4207,4258,EPSG-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Lisbon to ETRS89 (1) (code 1655). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,2002.72,1,1
-1657,Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4274,4258,ICC-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,Derived in 2000 at 8 stations. Replaced by 2001 derivation (code 1992).,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2003.233 2007.043,1,0
-1658,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4274,4258,EPSG-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1657). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-06-05,,1,1
-1659,Monte Mario to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4265,4258,IGM-Ita main,1,2372,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Monte Mario to WGS 84 - see code 1660.,Istituto Geografico Militare Italiano via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2004.08 2005.18,1,0
-1660,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4265,4326,EPSG-Ita main,4,2372,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,Parameter values from Monte Mario to ETRS89 (1) (code 1659). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-01-20,2004.08,1,0
-1661,Monte Mario to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4265,4258,IGM-Ita Sar,2,2339,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Monte Mario to WGS 84 - see code 1662.,Istituto Geografico Militare Italiano via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2004.08 2005.18,1,0
-1662,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4265,4326,EPSG-Ita Sar,2,2339,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,Parameter values from Monte Mario to ETRS89 (2) (code 1661). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-01-20,2004.08,1,0
-1663,Monte Mario to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4265,4258,IGM-Ita Sic,3,2340,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Monte Mario to WGS 84 - see code 1664.,Istituto Geografico Militare Italiano via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2004.08 2005.18,1,0
-1664,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4265,4326,EPSG-Ita Sic,3,2340,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,Parameter values from Monte Mario to ETRS89 (3) (code 1663). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-01-20,2004.08,1,0
-1665,AGD66 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-ACT 1m,12,2283,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in A.C.T.  1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (2) (code 1458). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1666,AGD66 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-NSW Vic 1m,13,2286,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in NSW and Victoria.  1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (4) (code 1460). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1667,AGD66 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-Tas 1m,14,1282,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Tasmania.  1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (8) (code 1594). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1668,AGD66 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-NT 1m,15,2284,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Northern Territory. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (9) (code 1595). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1669,AGD84 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus 1m,7,2575,1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD84 to GDA94 (2) (code 1280). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces AGD84 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1236).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1670,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4272,4326,EPSG-Nzl 1m,3,1175,Accuracy about 1m.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568) and assumes  WGS 84 is coincident with NZGD2000 to the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1671,RGF93 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4171,4326,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values from RGF93 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1591) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1672,Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4289,4326,EPSG-Nld,2,1275,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from Amersfoort to ETRS89 (1) (code 1751) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces Amersfoort to WGS 84 (1) (code 1112). Replaced by Amersfoort to WGS 84 (3) (code 15934).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-04-10,2002.90 2007.043 2007.051,1,0
-1673,DHDN to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4314,4326,EPSG-Deu W,1,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 5 m level.,5,9607,,,Parameter values from DHDN to ETRS89 (1) (code 1309) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by DHDN to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1777).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2006.691 2007.043,1,0
-1674,Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4178,4258,IfAG-Deu E,1,1343,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9607,,,Mean of 20 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation to WGS 84 - see code 1675. Also given by EuroGeographics at http://crs.ifag.de/ as a Position Vector transformation with changed values for rotations.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1675,Pulkovo 1942(83) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4178,4326,EPSG-Deu E,1,1343,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9607,,,Parameter values from Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (1) (code 1674) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1676,CH1903+ to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4150,4326,BfL-CH,1,1286,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values are from CH1903+ to CHTRF95 (1) (code 1509) assuming that CHTRF95 is equivalent to WGS 84. That transformation is also given as CH1903+ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1647). CHTRF95 is a realisation of ETRS89.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1677,HD72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4237,4326,EPSG-Hun,1,1119,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9607,,,Parameter values taken from HD72 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1273) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,1
-1678,IRENET95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4173,4326,EPSG-Ire,1,1305,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Assumes that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1679,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4284,4326,EPSG-Ltu,2,1145,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Pulkovo 1942 to LKS94(ETRS89) (1) (code 1274) assuming that LKS94(ETRS89) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1680,RT90 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe,1,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1437) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by RT90 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1896) from 2001.,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2002.48 2007.043,1,0
-1681,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to WGS 84 (1),transformation,27700,4326,EPSG-Gbr,1,1264,Accuracy about 0.5m.,,9633,,,Parameter values taken from OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (1) (code 1036) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,1
-1682,South Yemen to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4164,4326,EPSG-Yem South,1,1340,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from South Yemen to Yemen NGN96 (1) (code 1539) assuming that NGN96 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1683,Tete to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz,1,1167,Residuals as high as 30 metres.,30,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (1) (code 1297) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1684,Tete to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz A,2,2350,Residuals are generally under 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (2) (code 1298) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1685,Tete to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz B,3,2351,Residuals are generally under 4 metres.,4,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (3) (code 1299) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1686,Tete to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz C,4,2352,Residuals are generally under 3 metres.,3,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (4) (code 1300) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1687,Tete to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz D,5,2353,Residuals are 5-10 metres.,10,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (5) (code 1301) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1688,ATS77 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can NB,1,1447,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1841) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1689,ATS77 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can PEI,2,1533,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (2) (code 1846) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1690,NAD27(76) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4608,4326,EPSG-Can On,1,1367,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27(76) to NAD83 (1) (code 1463) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1691,NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4609,4326,EPSG-Can Qc NT2,3,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1845) assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1692,NAD27 to WGS 84 (34),transformation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can QC,34,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1844) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1693,NAD27 to WGS 84 (33),transformation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can,33,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27 to NAD83 (4) (code 1313) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1694,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm W,2,2288,No accuracy stated for source transformation.,5,9613,,,"Parameter files are from American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 1578), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.",EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1695,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm E,3,2289,No accuracy stated for source transformation.,5,9613,,,"Parameter files are from American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (2) (code 1579), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.",EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1696,NAD83 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can QC,6,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1843) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1697,NAD83 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can SK,7,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS8) (2) (code 1848) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1698,St. George Island to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4138,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StG,1,1331,Approximation at the +/- 1 to 2m level.,1.5,9613,,,Parameter files are from St. George Island to NAD83 (1) (code 1457) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1699,St. Lawrence Island to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4136,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StL,1,1332,Approximation at the +/- 1 to 2m level.,1.5,9613,,,Parameter files are from St. Lawrence Island to NAD83 (1) (code 1455) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1700,St. Paul Island to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4137,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StP,1,1333,Approximation at the +/- 1 to 2m level.,1.5,9613,,,Parameter files are from St. Paul Island to NAD83 (1) (code 1456) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1701,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (2),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 4m,2,1175,4m accuracy.,4,9607,,,For better accuracy use NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568).,Land Information New Zealand; http://www.linz.govt.nz/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1702,NAD83 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can AB,8,2376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (3) (code 1849) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. This file  AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some sodtware.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-1703,NAD27 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can SK,32,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1847) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
-1704,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (40),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa AR,40,1374,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1708.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1705,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (41),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa IA,41,1384,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1709.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1706,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (42),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MN,42,1392,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.   May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1710.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1707,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (43),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MO,43,1394,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1711.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1708,NAD83 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-USA Ar,12,1374,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (40) (code 1704) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1709,NAD83 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa IA,13,1384,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (41) (code 1705) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1710,NAD83 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MN,14,1392,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (42) (code 1706) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1711,NAD83 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MO,15,1394,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (43) (code 1707) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1712,NAD83 to WGS 84 (16),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa CO,16,1376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (5) (code 1478) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1713,NAD83 to WGS 84 (17),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa GA,17,1380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (6) (code 1479) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1714,NAD83 to WGS 84 (18),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa FL,18,1379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (7) (code 1480) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1715,NAD83 to WGS 84 (19),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT e,19,2382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (8) (code 1481) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1716,NAD83 to WGS 84 (20),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT w,20,2383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (9) (code 1482) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1717,NAD83 to WGS 84 (21),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa AL,21,1372,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 1474) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1718,NAD83 to WGS 84 (22),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa KY,22,1386,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (10) (code 1483) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1719,NAD83 to WGS 84 (23),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa LA,23,1387,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (11) (code 1484) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1720,NAD83 to WGS 84 (24),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa DE MD,24,2377,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (12) (code 1485) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1721,NAD83 to WGS 84 (25),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ME,25,1388,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (13) (code 1486) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1722,NAD83 to WGS 84 (26),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MI,26,1391,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (14) (code 1487) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1723,NAD83 to WGS 84 (27),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MS,27,1393,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (15) (code 1488) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1724,NAD83 to WGS 84 (28),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NE,28,1396,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (16) (code 1489) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1725,NAD83 to WGS 84 (29),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NewEng,29,2378,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (17) (code 1490) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1726,NAD83 to WGS 84 (30),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NM,30,1400,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (18) (code 1491) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1727,NAD83 to WGS 84 (31),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NY,31,1401,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (19) (code 1492) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1728,NAD83 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa AZ,32,1373,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (2) (code 1475) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1729,NAD83 to WGS 84 (33),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ND,33,1403,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (20) (code 1493) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1730,NAD83 to WGS 84 (34),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa OK,34,1405,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (21) (code 1494) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1731,NAD83 to WGS 84 (35),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-PRVI,35,1335,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (22) (code 1495) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1732,NAD83 to WGS 84 (36),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa SD,36,1410,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (23) (code 1496) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1733,NAD83 to WGS 84 (37),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa TN,37,1411,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (24) (code 1497) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1734,NAD83 to WGS 84 (38),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa TX e,38,2379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (25) (code 1498) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1735,NAD83 to WGS 84 (39),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa TX w,39,2380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (26) (code 1499) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1736,NAD83 to WGS 84 (40),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa VA,40,1415,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (27) (code 1500) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1737,NAD83 to WGS 84 (41),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa OR WA,41,2381,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (28) (code 1501) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1738,NAD83 to WGS 84 (42),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa WI,42,1418,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (29) (code 1502) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1739,NAD83 to WGS 84 (43),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa CA n,43,2297,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (3) (code 1476) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1740,NAD83 to WGS 84 (44),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa WY,44,1419,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (30) (code 1503) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1741,NAD83 to WGS 84 (45),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa HI,45,1334,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (31) (code 1520) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1742,NAD83 to WGS 84 (46),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa IN,46,1383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (32) (code 1521) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1743,NAD83 to WGS 84 (47),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa KS,47,1385,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (33) (code 1522) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1744,NAD83 to WGS 84 (48),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NV,48,1397,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (34) (code 1523) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1745,NAD83 to WGS 84 (49),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa OH,49,1404,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (35) (code 1524) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1746,NAD83 to WGS 84 (50),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa UT,50,1413,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (36) (code 1525) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1747,NAD83 to WGS 84 (51),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa WV,51,1417,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (37) (code 1526) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1748,NAD83 to WGS 84 (52),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa IL,52,1382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (38) (code 1553) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1749,NAD83 to WGS 84 (53),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NJ,53,1399,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (39) (code 1554) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1750,NAD83 to WGS 84 (54),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa CA s,54,2298,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (4) (code 1477) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.36,1,0
-1751,Amersfoort to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4289,4258,NCG-Nld 2000,1,1275,Accuracy 0.5m,0.5,9607,,,Replaced by Amersfoort to ETRS89 (3) (tfm code 15739). Dutch sources also quote an equivalent transformation using the Molodenski-Badekas 10-parameter method (M-B) - see tfm code 1066.,http://www.rdnap.nl/  Also Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 3rd edition 1997.  Also with change of method and parameter units at EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2007-0 [...]
-1752,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (3),transformation,4269,4140,AB Env-Can AB,3,2376,?,,9615,,,"This gridded difference file  AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites.  Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only.  Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1702.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/ or email to geoff.banham at gov.ab.ca,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-1753,CH1903 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 1,1,1286,?,1,9607,,,Implemented in Bundesamt für Landestopographie programme GRANIT. Used from 1987 to 1997. Not recommended for current usage - replaced by CH1903 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1766).,Bundesamt für Landestopographie.  Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2006.992 2007.043,1,0
-1754,Minna to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga S,3,2371,Oil exploration.,5,9606,,,"Used by Shell SPDC throughout southern Nigeria onshore, delta and shallow offshore from 1994; adopted by Total for offshore OPL246.",Shell Petroleum Development Company,EPSG,2002-03-15,2001.38  2002.29,1,0
-1755,Bogota 1975 (Bogota) to Bogota 1975 (1),transformation,4802,4218,IGAC-Col,1,1070,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2006.89,1,0
-1756,Lisbon (Lisbon) to Lisbon (1),transformation,4803,4207,IGC-Prt,1,1294,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2003.234 2006.89,1,0
-1757,MGI (Ferro) to MGI (1),transformation,4805,4312,BEV-Aut balk,1,2804,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2002.57 2006.89,1,0
-1758,Padang (Jakarta) to Padang (1),transformation,4808,4280,EPSG-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2006.89,1,0
-1759,Batavia (Jakarta) to Batavia (1),transformation,4813,4211,EPSG-Idn Java,1,1285,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2006.89,1,0
-1760,RT38 (Stockholm) to RT38 (1),transformation,4814,4308,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2006.89,1,0
-1761,Greek (Athens) to Greek (1),transformation,4815,4120,NTU-Grc,1,1106,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,Topography Department; National Technical University of Athens.,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2006.89,1,0
-1762,NGO 1948 (Oslo) to NGO1948 (1),transformation,4817,4273,NGO-Nor,1,1352,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,"J. Danielsen; ""Transformasjoner ved Norges Geografiske Oppmåling""; Kart Og Plan nr 1; 1982.",EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2006.89,1,0
-1763,NTF (Paris) to NTF (1),transformation,4807,4275,IGN-Fra,1,1096,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2001-10-04,2001.39,1,0
-1764,NTF (Paris) to NTF (2),transformation,4807,4275,RGS,2,1096,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,EPSG prefers value from IGN Paris (code 1763).,Royal Geographic Society; London,EPSG,2001-10-04,2001.39 2002.74,1,0
-1765,Bern 1898 (Bern) to CH1903 (1),transformation,4801,4149,BfL-CH,1,1286,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2001.39 2006.89,1,0
-1766,CH1903 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 2,2,1286,Accuracy 1.5 metres.,1.5,9603,,,These parameters are derive from CH1903+ to ETRS89 (code 1647) and are used at lesser precision from CH1903 to WGS 84 as an approximation which is within the accuracy of the distortions in the CH1903 network. Replaces CH1903 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1753).,Bundesamt für Landestopographie.  Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 19 [...]
-1767,REGVEN to SIRGAS (1),transformation,4189,4170,CN-Ven,1,1251,Accuracy 2 centimetres.,0.02,9603,,,,Instituto Geografia de Venezuela Simon Bolivar,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-1768,REGVEN to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4189,4326,EPSG-Ven,1,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-1769,PSAD56 to REGVEN (1),transformation,4248,4189,IGSB-Ven,1,1251,?,15,9636,,,May be taken as transformation to WGS 84 - see PSAD56 to WGS 84 (13) (code 1095).,Instituto Geografia de Venezuela Simon Bolivar,EPSG,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
-1770,PSAD56 to WGS84 (1),transformation,4248,4326,EPSG-Ven,1,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9636,,,Parameter vales are from PSAD56 to REGVEN (1) (code 1769) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-1771,La Canoa to REGVEN (1),transformation,4247,4189,IGSB-Ven,1,1251,?,15,9636,,,May be used as transformation to WGS 84 - see La Canoa to WGS 84 (2) (code 1096),Instituto Geografia de Venezuela Simon Bolivar,EPSG,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
-1772,La Canoa to WGS84 (1),transformation,4247,4326,EPSG-Ven,1,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9636,,,Parameter values are from La Canoa to REGVEN (1) (code 1771) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-1773,POSGAR 98 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4190,4326,EPSG-Arg,1,1033,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-1774,POSGAR 98 to SIRGAS (1),transformation,4190,4170,IGM-Arg,1,1033,POSGAR 98 is a densification of SIRGAS.,0,9603,,,,ISBN 85-240-0647-1. Sistema de Referência Geocêntrico para a América do Sul: Relatório Final. IGBE Rio de Janeiro 1997.,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-1775,Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4178,4258,IfAG-Deu E 0.1m,2,3396,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 35 points of the German GPS Network DREF. From 2001 replaces Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (1) (code 1674) within Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Sachsen-Anhalt.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.18 2006.41 2007.043,1,0
-1776,DHDN to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W 3m,2,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 3 m level,3,9606,,,Mean of 109 stations. Replaces DHDN to ETRS89 (1) (tfm code 1309). May be taken as approximate transformation DHDN to WGS 84 - see code 1777.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.18 2006.691 2007.043,1,0
-1777,DHDN to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4314,4326,EPSG-Deu W 3m,2,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 3 m level,3,9606,,,Parameter values from DHDN to ETRS89 (2) (code 1776) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces DHDN to WGS 84 (1) (tfm code 1673).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2006.691 2007.043,1,0
-1778,DHDN to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W-S,3,2543,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 10 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-1779,DHDN to ETRS89 (4),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W-cen,4,2542,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 27 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-1780,DHDN to ETRS89 (5),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W-N,5,2541,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 21 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-1781,DHDN to ETRS89 (6),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu Thur,6,2544,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 10 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,1
-1782,DHDN to ETRS89 (7),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu Sach,7,2545,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 35 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,1
-1783,ED50 to ETRS89 (9),transformation,4230,4258,HGK-Tur,9,1237,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1784.,General Command of Mapping via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-1784,ED50 to WGS 84 (30),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Tur,30,1237,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (9) (code 1783). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-1785,MGI to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4312,4258,GURS-Svn,3,1212,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation MGI to WGS 84 - see code 1786.,Geodetska Uprava Republike Slovenij via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-1786,MGI to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4312,4326,EPSG-Svn,5,1212,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from MGI to ETRS89 (3) (code 1785). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-1787,RT90 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4124,4258,NLS-Swe 2001,2,1225,Accuracy 0.1m.,,9607,,,Derived at 165 points. Supersedes RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1437). May be taken as approximate transformation RT90 to WGS 84 - see code 1787.,National Land Survey of Sweden (http://www.lm.se/geodesi/refsys/eng/refsys-eng.htm) via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-1788,RT90 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe 2001,2,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9607,,,Parameter values from RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1787) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Supersedes RT90 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1680).,EPSG,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-1789,Dealui Piscului 1933 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4316,4326,NAMR-Rom,1,1197,?,,9603,,,Parameter values taken from Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (9) (code 1293) assuming that,Petromar and NAMR,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-1790,Lisbon to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4207,4258,ICC-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Derived in 2001.  Supersedes Lisbon to ETRS89 (1) (code 1655).,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/   Also given to greater precision (but no more accuracy) using the coordinate frame method at the IGEO website www.igeo.pt,EPSG,2003-08-14,2002.72 2003.234,1,1
-1791,Lisbon to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4207,4258,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Lisbon to ETRS89 (2) (code 1790). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-01-18,,1,1
-1792,Datum 73 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4274,4258,ICC-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,Derived in 2001.  Supersedes Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1657).,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2003-08-14,2002.72  2003.233,1,1
-1793,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4274,4258,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Datum 73 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1792). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-01-18,,1,1
-1794,MGI to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4312,4326,JPet-Yug,6,2547,Oil industry,999,9603,,,For more accurate transformation see MGI to WGS 84 (7) (code 1795).,Jugopetrol,EPSG,2002-01-18,,1,0
-1795,MGI to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4312,4326,JPET-Yug MB,7,2547,Oil industry,999,9636,,,,Jugopetrol,EPSG,2002-01-18,,1,0
-1796,Manoca 1962 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4193,4326,ELF94-Cmr,1,2555,Oil industry,0.5,9603,,,"Derived at two points, checked at a third by Stolt Comex Seaway and Geoid for Elf.",TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-01-18,,1,0
-1797,Qornoq 1927 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4194,4326,DMA-Grl S,1,2407,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m, 25m and 32m in X, Y and Z axes.",48,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1798,Qornoq 1927 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4194,4326,KMS-Grl,2,3362,Topographic mapping.,1,9606,,,,"Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen, Copenhagen.",EPSG,2006-03-16,2006.22,1,0
-1799,Scoresbysund 1952 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4195,4326,KMS-Grl Scosd,1,2570,Topographic mapping.,1,9606,,,,"Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen, Copenhagen.",EPSG,2002-01-26,,1,0
-1800,Ammassalik 1958 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4196,4326,KMS-Grl Ammlk,1,2571,Topographic mapping.,1,9606,,,,"Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen, Copenhagen.",EPSG,2002-01-26,,1,0
-1801,Pointe Noire to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4282,4326,CGG94-Cog,2,2574,?,4,9603,,,Derived in 1994 by CGG/Topnav using DORIS system on various stations along the coastline.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-02-08,,1,0
-1802,Pointe Noire to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4282,4326,ELF95-Cog,3,2574,Used by Elf since May 1995 for all offshore Congo operations.,0.15,9606,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in May 1995 using GPS and IGS data by tying 4 geodetic points to ITRF93 epoch 1995.4.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-02-08,,1,0
-1803,AGD66 to GDA94 (11),transformation,4202,4283,ICSM-Aus 0.1m,11,2575,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,"Replaces AGD66 to GDA94 variants 6, 7 and 10 (codes 1506 1507 1596).  Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.",GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2006-01-02,2005.86 2006.01,1,0
-1804,AGD84 to GDA94 (5),transformation,4203,4283,Auslig-Aus 0.1m,5,2576,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaces AGD84 to GDA94 (4) (code 1593) which itself replaced variant 3 (code 1559).  Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD84 (code 4203) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,EPSG,2007-03-22,2004.182 2006.01 2007.043,1,0
-1805,Garoua to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4197,4324,ELF-Cmr,1,2590,Oil industry exploration.,5,9603,,,Derived in 1981 by Decca Survey France for Elf Serepca.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1806,Kousseri to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4198,4324,ELF-Cmr,1,2591,Oil industry expoloration.,5,9603,,,Derived in 1981 by Decca Survey France for Elf Serepca.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1807,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4284,4326,BP-Aze Aioc95,13,1038,Oil industry operations by AIOC prior to 1997.,10,9606,,,"Derived via WGS72 values taken from SOCAR Magnavox 1502 manual. Used by AIOC 1995-1997 then replaced by the AIOC97 values (tfm code 1808).
-Do not confuse with AIOC95 vertical datum as used in southern Caspian Sea and at Sangachal terminal by AIOC.",BP,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1808,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4284,4326,BP-Aze Aioc97,14,2593,Oil industry operations.,5,9606,,,"Mean of 3 stations in western Georgia, 4 stations in eastern Georgia and 4 stations in eastern Azerbaijan.  Derived for use on AIOC early oil western export pipeline, but adopted for all AIOC work replacing the 1995 AIOC transformation (code 1807).",BP,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1809,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4284,4326,TFE-Aze97,15,2594,Oil industry operations.,2,9606,,,Parameter values calculated by Elf Exploration and Production based on geodetic survey carried out by Azerbaijan State Committee for Geodesy and Cartography.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1810,ED50 to WGS 84 (31),transformation,4230,4326,wgc72-Egy,31,2595,Oil industry exploration and production operations.,15,9606,,,Derived via concatenation through WGS72.  The ED50 to WGS72 step is the Sepplin 1974 value for all Europe.,Western Geophysical,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1811,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4248,4326,PB-Braz N,12,1754,Oil industry exploration.,10,9603,,,Used by Petrobras for shelf operations.,Petrobras,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1812,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4240,4326,Auslig-Tha,4,1231,Cadastral survey.,3,9606,,,,Auslig via GPS World.,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1813,Batavia to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4211,4326,ARCO-Idn ONWJ,2,2577,Oil industry operations.,5,9603,,,Used by ARCO offshore NW Java area.,Arco geodetic database,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1814,Batavia to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4211,4326,KOM-Idn EJGP,3,2588,Oil industry operations.,5,9603,,,Used by PT Komaritim for Nippon Steel during East Java Gas Pipeline construction.,PT Komaritim report S808/91.,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1815,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4307,4326,BP-Alg D3,4,2598,Oil industry operations.,5,9606,,,Used by BP in District 3 and In Salah Gas.,BP,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1816,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4307,4326,BPA-Alg InAm,5,2599,Oil industry operations.,100,9603,,,Derived at astro station central to concession.  Significant and varying differences (>100m) at 4 neighbouring astro stations.,BP,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1817,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4307,4326,ARCO-Alg HBR,6,2600,Oil industry operations.,100,9603,,,Derived at astro station Guerrara.,Arco geodetic database,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-1818,Minna to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4263,4326,RSL-Nga,4,1717,Oil industry operations.,8,9606,,,Concatenated via WGS 72BE.,Racal Survey Nigeria,EPSG,2004-04-27,2004.16,1,0
-1819,Minna to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4263,4326,SPD-Nga S,5,2371,Oil industry operations.,,9606,,,Used by Shell in southern Nigeria and Total in OPL246.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,1
-1820,Minna to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4263,4326,CON89-Nga,6,1717,Oil industry operations.,12,9603,,,Derived by Nortech at station L40 Minna using NNPC 1989 GPS network tied to 4 ADOS stations. Used by Conoco in OPLs 219-220 to cm precision and ExxonMobil in OPL 209 to dm precision..,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-16,2002.29,1,0
-1821,Minna to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4263,4326,ELF94-Nga,7,1717,Oil industry operations.,3,9603,,,"Derived by Elf Petroleum Nigeria in 1994 at 3 stations (M101 onshore, offshore platforms XSW06 and XSV39) and used in OMLs 99-102 and OPLs 222-223.",TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-16,2002.29,1,0
-1822,Minna to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga OPL W,8,1717,Oil industry exploration and production.,10,9603,,,"Used by Shell SNEPCO for OPLs 209-213 and 316. Derived during 1990 Niger Delta control survey at 4 stations (XSU27, 30 31 and 35).",Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company,EPSG,2002-03-15,,1,0
-1823,Minna to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga OPL S,9,1717,Oil industry exploration and production.,10,9603,,,"Used by Shell SNEPCO for OPLs 217-223. Derived during 1990 Niger Delta control survey at 4 stations (XSU38, 41, 44 and 45).",Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company,EPSG,2002-03-15,,1,0
-1824,Minna to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga Gongola,10,2371,Oil industry exploration and production.,25,9603,,,Used by Shell SNEPCO for Gongola basin.,Shell International Exploration and Production,EPSG,2002-03-15,,1,0
-1825,Hong Kong 1980 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4611,4326,LSD-HKG 2002,1,1118,Accuracy to 1m level.,1,9606,,,Published 1st March 2002.,"Geodetic Survey Section, Survey and Mapping Office, Lands Department, Hong Kong. http://www.info.gov.hk/landsd/mapping/tindex.htm",EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1826,JGD2000 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4612,4326,EPSG-Jpn,1,1129,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1827,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (6),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 452141,6,2425,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html   (Geographical Survey Institute).,EPSG,2004-05-09,2004.38,1,1
-1828,Yoff to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4310,4322,DMA-SEN,1,1207,Military survey.,25,9603,,,,DMA,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1829,HD72 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4237,4258,FOMI-Hun,1,1119,Accuracy at decimetre level throughout Hungary.,0.1,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation HD72 to WGS 84 - see code 1830.,Institute of Geodetic Survey and Remote Sensing (FOMI) reflected at http://lazarus.elte.hu/gb/geodez/geod5.htm,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1830,HD72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4237,4326,EPSG-Hun,1,1119,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9607,,,Parameter values taken from HD72 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1829) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1831,HD72 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4237,4326,ELTE-Hun,2,1119,Accuracy better than 1m in all three dimensions throughout Hungary.,1,9603,,,Derived at fundamental point Szolohegy and tested at 99 stations throughout Hungary.,"Timar, Molnar and Pasztor; Eotvos University, in Geodezia es Kartografia 54(1) pp11-16.  www.fomi.hu/internet/magyar/szaklap/geodkart.htm",EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1832,ID74 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4238,4326,Rac91-Idn,2,1122,For oil industry purposes.,25,9606,,,Derived via coordinates of 2 Pulse8 stations. Use of ID74 to WGS 84 (3) (code 1833) is recommended.,Racal Survey,EPSG,2006-08-25,2006.81,1,0
-1833,ID74 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4238,4326,Bak-Idn,3,1122,"Standard deviations of translations are 1.3, 1.1 and 3.6m, of rotations 0.11, 0.06 and 0.04 sec and ppm 0.18.",3,9607,,,Parameter values from ID74 to DGN95 (1) (code 15911) assuming that DGN95 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,Bakosurtanal.,EPSG,2006-08-25,2006.81,1,0
-1834,Segara to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4294,4326,NIMA-Idn Kal,1,2354,For military purposes.,,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://164.214.2.59/geospatial/products/GandG/tr83502b/toc.html,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,1
-1835,Segara to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4294,4326,Shl-Idn Kal E,2,1360,Oil exploration.,,9603,,,,Shell,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,1
-1836,Segara to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4294,4326,Shl-Idn Kal NE,3,2770,Oil exploration.,,9603,,,,Shell,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,1
-1837,Makassar to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4257,4326,Shl-Idn Sul SW,1,1316,Oil exploration.,999,9603,,,,Shell,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1838,Segara to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4613,4326,TOT-Idn Mah,4,1328,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Datum shift derived through ITRF93.,Total Indonesia.,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-1839,Beduaram to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4213,4324,ELF-Ner SE,1,2771,Oil exploration. Accuracy estimated at 15m.,15,9603,,,Derived by Elf in 1986.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2006-02-10,2006.17,1,0
-1840,QND95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4614,4326,CGIS-Qat,1,1346,Parameter values are defined and therefore exact.,0,9606,,,"Transformation defines QND95. May be approximated to 1m throughout Qatar by geocentric translation transformation with dX=-127.78098m, dY=-283.37477m, dZ=+21.24081m.",Qatar Centre for Geographic Information.,EPSG,2002-06-28,,1,0
-1841,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4122,4617,GIC-Can NB,1,1447,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Introduced in 1999. Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1688.,New Brunswick Geographic Information Corporation land and water information standards manual.,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1842,NAD83(CSRS) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4617,4326,EPSG-Can,1,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes NAD83(CSRS) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2007-05-29,2007.026,1,0
-1843,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4269,4617,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(CSRS) (code 4617) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1696.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1844,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4267,4617,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83(CSRS) (code 4617) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1692.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1845,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4609,4617,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27(CGQ77) (code 4609) and NAD83(CSRS) (code 4617) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 - see code 1691.,Geodetic Service of Quebec.  Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1846,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (2),transformation,4122,4617,PEI DOT-Can PEI,2,1533,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1689.,PEI Department of Transportation & Public Works,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1847,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (2),transformation,4267,4617,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1703.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1848,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (2),transformation,4269,4617,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1697.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1849,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (3),transformation,4269,4617,AB Env-Can AB,3,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,"This gridded difference file  AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites.  Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only.  Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1702.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www3.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.46,1,0
-1850,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (3),transformation,4122,4617,NSGC-Can NS,3,2313,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1851.,Nova Scotia Geomatics Centre -   Contact aflemmin at linux1.nsgc.gov.ns.ca or telephone 902-667-6409,EPSG,2002-11-18,2002.83,1,0
-1851,ATS77 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can NS,2,2313,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (3) (code 1850) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1852,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4298,4326,SSB-Mys E,4,2780,Oil exploration.,5,9606,,,Derived by Racal Survey for SSB at 24 coastal stations (including Timbalai fundamental point and 6 other primary triangulation stations) between in Sabah (Kudat southwards) and Sarawak (Sibu northwards).,Sarawak Shell Berhad,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1853,ED50 to WGS 84 (39),transformation,4230,4326,Ent-Ire Corrib,39,2961,Used by Enterprise for Corrib.,5,9603,,,Derived at a single point in Galway docks.,Shell UK.,EPSG,2004-09-07,,1,0
-1854,FD58 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4132,4326,TFE-Irn Lavan,2,2782,Oil Exploration,0.5,9603,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in 1999.  EGM96 geoid used.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1855,FD58 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4132,4326,TFE-Irn Kharg,3,2781,Oil Exploration,0.5,9603,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in 1999.  EGM96 geoid used.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1856,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4154,4326,TFE-Irn SPars,3,2783,Petroleum Exploration and Production.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in Kangan district by Geoid for Total in 1998.  Used for South Pars phases 2 and 3.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1857,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4154,4326,TFE-Irn Lavan,4,2782,Petroleum Exploration and Production.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in 1999 on Lavan island by Geoid for Elf.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1858,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4154,4326,TFE-Irn Kharg,5,2781,Petroleum Exploration and Production.,0.5,9603,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in 1999.  EGM96 geoid used.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-1859,ELD79 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4159,4326,REP-Lby MZQ,1,2785,Oil Exploration,20,9603,,,"Used by Repsol in Murzuq field, and PetroCanada and previous licence holders in NC177 and 72 (En Naga field). Reliability of connection to ELD79 questionned.",Oil industry sources.,EPSG,2006-09-21,2004.70 2006.57,1,0
-1860,ELD79 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4159,4326,TFE-Lby MZQ,2,2785,Oil Exploration. 3-dimensional SD at 11 points is 0.5m.,0.5,9603,,,Derived December 2001 by NAGECO. Connected to ITRF via Remsa 2000 data. Used by TotalFinaElf.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-16,,1,0
-1861,ELD79 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4159,4326,TFE-Lby MBK94,3,2786,Oil Exploration,2,9603,,,Derived by GEOID in 1994 from Transit satellite data. Used by TotalFinaElf.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-07-16,,1,0
-1862,ELD79 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4159,4326,TFE-Lby MBK00,4,2786,Oil Exploration,0.5,9606,,,Derived by Geoid in 2000 from ITRF connection by NAGECO for TotalFinaElf. For historic compatibility TFE use the 1994 tfm ELD79 to WGS 84 (3) (code 1861) rather than this transformation.,TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2007-01-17,2007.006,1,0
-1863,ELD79 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4159,4326,GMRA-Lby,5,2786,Engineering survey and oil exploration,6,9607,,,Derived for the Great Man-made River Authority (GMRA).,Norsk Hydro,EPSG,2005-09-19,2005.51,1,0
-1864,SAD69 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-mean,1,1341,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m, 6m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Derived at 84 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1865,SAD69 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Arg,2,1033,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 10 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1866,SAD69 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Bol,3,1049,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1867,SAD69 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Bra,4,1053,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1868,SAD69 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Chile,5,1066,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 15m, 8m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1869,SAD69 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Col,6,1070,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 6m, 6m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1870,SAD69 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Ecu,7,3241,For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1871,SAD69 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Ecu Gal,8,2356,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1872,SAD69 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Guy,9,1114,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 9m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1873,SAD69 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Pgy,10,1188,For military purposes.  Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1874,SAD69 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Peru,11,1189,For military purposes.  Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1875,SAD69 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Tto,12,1235,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1876,SAD69 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Ven,13,1251,"For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1877,SAD69 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4618,4326,IGBE-Bra,14,1053,Medium and small scale mapping.,5,9603,,,Derived by Brazilean Institute of Geography and Statistics (IGBE) in 1989. Used by ANP.,Agencia Nacional do Petroleo (ANP).,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-1878,SWEREF99 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4619,4258,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Geodetic survey.,0,9603,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation SWEREF99 to WGS 84 - see code 1879.,National Land Survey,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-1879,SWEREF99 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4619,4326,EPSG-Swe,1,1225,Geographic Information Systems.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from SWEREF to ETRS89 (1) (code 1878) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-1880,Point 58 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4620,4326,NIMA-Bfa Ner,1,2791,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at one point in each of Burkina Faso and Niger.,NIMA TR8350.2,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-1881,Carthage (Paris) to Carthage (1),transformation,4816,4223,IGN-Fra,1,1236,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-1882,Nord Sahara 1959 (Paris) to Nord Sahara 1959 (1),transformation,4819,4307,IGN-Fra,1,1026,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,1
-1883,Segara (Jakarta) to Segara (1),transformation,4820,4613,EPSG-Idn Kal E,1,1360,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-1884,S-JTSK (Ferro) to S-JTSK (1),transformation,4818,4156,EPSG-Cze,1,1306,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-1885,Azores Oriental 1940 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4184,4326,DMA-Prt Az E,1,1345,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.20 2005.46,1,0
-1886,Azores Central 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4183,4326,DMA-Prt Az C,1,1301,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",EPSG,2005-09-29,2003.231 2005.20 2005.21 2005.46,1,0
-1887,Azores Occidental 1939 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4182,4326,DMA-Prt Az W,1,1344,For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",EPSG,2007-01-04,2005.20 2005.21 2005.46 2006.89,1,0
-1888,Porto Santo to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4615,4326,DMA-Prt Mad,1,1314,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",EPSG,2007-01-04,2003.231 2005.20 2005.46 2006.89,1,0
-1889,Selvagen Grande to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4616,4326,DMA-Prt Sel,1,2779,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://164.214.2.59/GandG/tr8350_2.html",EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,1
-1890,Australian Antarctic to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4176,4326,EPSG-Ata Aus,1,1031,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Australian Antarctic is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes Australian Antarctic can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-1891,Greek to GGRS87 (1),transformation,4120,4121,HGS-Grc,1,1106,Better than 5m throughout Greece.,5,9619,,,More accurate polynomial transformations between Greek / Hatt projection zones and GGRS87 / Greek Grid are available from the Military Geographic Service.,Hellenic Petroleum,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-1892,Hito XVIII 1963 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4254,4326,NIMA-Chl,2,2805,Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.  As the source CRS was used for the border survey this transformation is probably also applicable to adjacent areas of Argentina.,,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.21,1,0
-1893,Puerto Rico to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4139,4326,NIMA-Pri,3,1335,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1894,Gandajika 1970 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4233,4326,NIMA-Mdv,3,1152,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 December 1987.,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,1
-1895,RT90 to SWEREF99 (1),transformation,4124,4619,NLS-Swe 2001,1,1225,Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9607,,,Derived at 165 points in 2001. Also given by EuroGeographics as RT90 to ETRS89 using the Position Vector transformation method. Replaces RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1437). May be taken as approximate transformation RT90 to WGS 84 - see code 1896.,National Land Survey of Sweden (http://www.lantmateriet.se/) via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.18 2005.46 2007.043,1,0
-1896,RT90 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe 2001,2,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from RT90 to SWEREF99 (1) (code 1895) assuming that SWEREF99 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces RT90 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1680).,EPSG,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-1897,Segara to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4613,4326,NIMA-Idn Kal,1,2354,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,EPSG,2005-09-29,2005.20 2005.21 2005.46,1,0
-1898,Segara to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4613,4326,Shl-Idn Kal E,2,1360,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Shell,EPSG,2002-11-18,,1,0
-1899,Segara to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4613,4326,Shl-Idn Kal NE,3,2770,Oil exploration.,10,9603,,,,Shell,EPSG,2002-11-18,,1,0
-1900,NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4152,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF94,2,1323,Historical record only - superseded - see remarks.,0.1,9607,,,Strictly between NAD83(HARN) and ITRF94(1996.0).  Replaced by NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (3) (code 1901).,US National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.13 2007.043,1,0
-1901,NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4152,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF96,3,1323,"Geodesy. Accuracy with respect to CORS at stations adjusted to HARN network is better than 0.05-0.07m. For locations outside a HARN network (i.e. NAD83), accuracy may be only 1m but will usually be better than 0.5m.",0.1,9607,,,Jointly derived by US NGS and Geodetic Survey of Canada as transformation to target CRS of ITRF96(1997.0) - see also tfm code 1946. In USA only replaces NAD83 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1900). [...]
-1902,Manoca 1962 to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4193,4324,GOC-Cmr,1,2555,Oil exploration,5,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations using Transit in 1977.,Gulf Oil Company of Cameroon and Elf Cameroun (SEREPCA).,EPSG,2006-02-02,2005.821,1,0
-1903,Fort Marigot to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4621,4326,IGN-Glp,1,2828,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1904,Guadeloupe 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4622,4326,IGN-Glp 10m,1,2829,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
-1905,Guadeloupe 1948 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4622,4326,IGN-Glp 1m,2,2829,Accuracy  +/- 0.1 metre.,0.1,9606,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
-1906,CSG67 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4623,4326,IGN-Guf,1,3105,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2005-04-24,2004.562,1,0
-1907,RGFG95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4624,4326,IGN-Guf,1,1097,Accuracy +/- 2 metres.,2,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1908,CSG67 to RGFG95 (1),transformation,4623,4624,IGN-Guf,1,3105,"Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre in the coastal area, better than +/- 1 metre in the interior.",1,9606,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2005-04-24,2004.562,1,0
-1909,Martinique 1938 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4625,4326,IGN-Mtq 10m,1,1156,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
-1910,Martinique 1938 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4625,4326,IGN-Mtq 1m,2,1156,Accuracy +/- 0.1 metre.,0.1,9606,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
-1911,Reunion 1947 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4626,4326,IGN-Reu 30m,1,1196,Accuracy +/- 30 metres.,30,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,1
-1912,RGR92 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4627,4326,IGN-Reu,1,1196,Accuracy +/- 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1913,Tahaa 54 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4629,4326,IGN-Pyf Tahaa,1,2812,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1914,IGN72 Nuku Hiva to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4630,4326,IGN-Pyf,1,3129,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2005-08-12,2005.38,1,0
-1915,K0 1949 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4631,4326,IGN-Atf Kerg,1,2816,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,Also published in US NIMA/NGA TR8350.2 which gives accuracy of +/-25m in each axis and states that derived at one station.,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1916,Combani 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4632,4326,IGN-Myt,1,1159,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1917,IGN56 Lifou to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4633,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,2814,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1918,IGN72 Grand Terre to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4634,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,1174,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1919,ST87 Ouvea to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4635,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2813,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2003-08-14,2003.241,1,1
-1920,RGNC 1991 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4645,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,1174,Accuracy +/- 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1921,Petrels 1972 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4636,4326,IGN-Ata Adel,1,2818,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1922,Perroud 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4637,4326,IGN-Ata Adel,1,2818,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1923,Saint Pierre et Miquelon 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4638,4326,IGN-Spm,1,1220,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.06,1,0
-1924,Tahiti 52 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4628,4326,IGN-Pyf,1,2811,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1925,MOP78 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4639,4326,IGN-Wlf Wallis,1,2815,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1926,Reunion 1947 to RGR92 (1),transformation,4626,4627,IGN-Reu 0.1m,1,1196,Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre. Not reversible - see remarks.,0.1,9606,,,Note: Because of the large rotation about the Y-axis this transformation is not reversible. Errors of up to 0.5m may occur. For the reverse transformation use RGR92 to Reunion 1947 [alias Piton des Neiges] (1) (code 1964).,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,2003.25 2004.50 2004.561,1,0
-1927,IGN56 Lifou to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4633,4326,BGN-Ncl,2,2814,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1928,IGN53 Mare to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4641,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2819,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1929,IGN72 Grand Terre to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4634,4326,BGN-Ncl,2,2822,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1930,ST84 Ile des Pins to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4642,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2820,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1931,ST71 Belep to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4643,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2821,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1932,NEA74 Noumea to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4644,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2823,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1933,RGR92 to Piton des Nieges (1),transformation,4627,4626,IGN-Reu 0.1m,1,1196,Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre. Not reversible - see remarks.,,9606,,,Note: Because of the large rotation about the Y-axis this transformation is not reversible. For the reverse transformation see Piton des Nieges to RGR92 (1) (code 1926).,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,1
-1934,RRAF 1991 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4640,4326,IGN-FrAnt,1,2824,Accuracy +/- 1 metre.,1,9603,,,RRAF 1991 was defined to be WGS84 at a single point in Martinique during the 1988 Tango mission.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-11-29,,1,0
-1935,ITRF97 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4918,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1997.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS). ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1936,ITRF96 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4917,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1997.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1937,ITRF94 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4916,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1997.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1938,ITRF93 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4915,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0029 m/yr, dy=0.0002 m/yr, dZ=0.0006 m/yr, rX=0.00011""/yr, rY=0.00019""/yr, rZ=-0.00007""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1939,ITRF92 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4914,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1940,ITRF91 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4913,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1941,ITRF90 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4912,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1942,ITRF89 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4911,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1943,ITRF88 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4910,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.31 2006.89,1,0
-1944,Lisbon to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4207,4326,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Lisbon to ETRS89 (2) (code 1790). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-09-19,2002.72,1,1
-1945,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4274,4326,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Datum 73 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1792). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,1
-1946,NAD83(CSRS) to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4617,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF96,2,1061,Geodesy.,0.1,9607,,,Jointly derived by US NGS and Geodetic Survey of Canada - see also code 1901. Strictly between NAD83(CSRS) and ITRF96(1997.0).,http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,EPSG,2007-05-29,,1,0
-1947,ATS77 to NAD27 (1),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NB,1,1447,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (1) (code 1603),Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2003-02-25,,1,0
-1948,ATS77 to NAD27 (2),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NS,2,2313,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (2) (code 1604),Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2003-02-25,,1,0
-1949,ATS77 to NAD27 (3),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can PEI,3,1533,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (3) (code 1605),Survey of New Brunswick,EPSG,2003-02-25,,1,0
-1950,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (4),transformation,4269,4617,EPSG-Can E Off,4,2831,Accuracy 1 to 2 metres. Used for oil industry operations only.,2,9603,,,Used as part of NAD27 to/from WGS 84 transformation for offshore oil operations - see code 8647.,Various oil industry sources.,EPSG,2003-02-25,,1,0
-1951,Hjorsey 1955 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4658,4326,DMA-Isl,1,1120,"Accuracy 3m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.20,1,0
-1952,ISN93 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4659,4326,EPSG-Isl,1,1120,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ISN93 is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes ISN93 can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2003-06-27,,1,0
-1953,TM75 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4300,4258,OSI-Ire,2,1305,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"TM75 is based on the geodetic datum of 1965 which should not be confused with the mapping adjustment of 1965 (TM65). May be taken as approximate transformations TM75 to WGS 84, TM65 to WGS 84 and OSNI 1952 to WGS 84 - see codes 1954, 1641 and 1955.",Ordnance Survey Ireland via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,EPSG,2003-06-27,,1,0
-1954,TM75 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4300,4326,EPSG-Ire,2,1305,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values taken from TM65 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1953). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2003-06-27,,1,0
-1955,OSNI 1952 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4188,4326,EPSG-Ire,1,2530,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"Parameter values from TM75 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1953). Assumes each pair of (i) OSNI 1952 and TM75, and (ii) ETRS89 and WGS 84, can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.",EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-09,2004.20,1,0
-1956,TM75 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4300,4326,DMA-Ire,3,1305,For military purposes only.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations. TM75 is based on the geodetic datum of 1965 which should not be confused with the mapping adjustment of 1965 (TM65).,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 September 1987.,EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.20 2005.21,1,0
-1957,Helle 1954 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4660,4326,SKV-SJM Jan Mayen,1,2869,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Derived at 3 stations. Residuals under 1m.,"""Transformation from existing geodetic network to WGS84"", Geodesy Division, Statens kartverk, 26/11/92.",EPSG,2003-06-27,,1,0
-1958,LKS92 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4661,4326,Vzd-Lva,1,1139,LKS92 is a realisation of ETRS89 coincident to WGS84 within 1 metre.  This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2003-06-27,,1,0
-1959,St. Vincent 1945 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4607,4326,LSU-Vct,1,1202,1m accuracy.,1,9603,,,Derived at 4 points.,"Clifford J Mugnier, Louisiana State University.",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.06,1,0
-1960,ED87 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4231,4326,IERS-Eur,2,1297,Scientific research.,1,9606,,,,"IERS Paris via Rijkswaterstaat report 9635 September 1996 ""Coordinaattransformaties en kartprojecties"" and Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM).",EPSG,2003-06-27,,1,0
-1961,ED50 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4230,4326,NAM-Nld-Nsea,32,1630,Used by NAM for offshore operations.,,9606,,,Parameter values taken from ED87 to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1960) assuming that ED87 is identical to ED50. Errors caused by this assumption can reach 3m.,Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM).,EPSG,2003-06-27,,1,1
-1962,IGN72 Grande Terre to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4662,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,2822,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,1
-1963,IGN72 Grande Terre to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4662,4326,BGN-Ncl,2,2822,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,1
-1964,RGR92 to Reunion 1947 (1),transformation,4627,4626,IGN-Reu 0.1m,1,1196,Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre. Not reversible - see remarks.,0.1,9606,,,Note: Because of the large rotation about the Y-axis this transformation is not reversible. Errors of up to 0.5m may occur. For the reverse transformation use Piton des Neiges to RGR92 (1) (code 1926).,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,2004.50 2004.561,1,0
-1965,Selvagem Grande to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4616,4326,DMA-Prt Sel,1,2779,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency  TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",EPSG,2007-01-04,2005.20 2005.46 2006.89,1,0
-1966,Porto Santo 1995 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4663,4326,CGC-Prt Mad 5m,2,2870,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Derived at Forte de Sao Tiago.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1967,Porto Santo 1995 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4663,4326,CGC-Prt Mad 1m,3,2870,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1968,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az Mig 5m,2,2871,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Calculated in 2001.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2004-09-14,2004.521,1,0
-1969,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az Mig 1m,3,2871,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Calculated in 2001.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1970,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az E 5m,4,1345,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1971,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az E 1m,5,1345,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1972,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Ter 5m,2,2872,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1973,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Ter 1m,3,2872,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1974,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Fai 5m,4,2873,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1975,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Fai 1m,5,2873,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1976,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Pic 5m,6,2874,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1977,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Pic 1m,7,2874,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1978,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az SJ 5m,8,2875,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1979,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az SJ 1m,9,2875,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1980,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az C 5m,10,1301,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1981,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az C 1m,11,1301,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1982,Azores Occidental 1939 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4182,4326,CGC-Prt Az W,2,1344,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations in 1999.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1983,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4274,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,3,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1984,Lisbon to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4207,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,3,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1985,ED50 to WGS 84 (33),transformation,4230,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,33,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1986,Lisbon 1890 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4666,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,1,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1987,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4274,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,4,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1988,Lisbon to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4207,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,4,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1989,ED50 to WGS 84 (34),transformation,4230,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,34,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1990,Lisbon 1890 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4666,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,2,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-1991,Lisbon 1890 (Lisbon) to Lisbon 1890 (1),transformation,4904,4666,CGC-Prt,1,1294,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-1992,Datum 73 to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4274,4258,CGC-Prt 1m,3,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Parameters calculated in 1998 using 9 common stations. Published in 2001. Replaces Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1657).,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",EPSG,2007-03-22,2003.233 2005.18 2007.043,1,0
-1993,IKBD-92 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4667,4326,UN-Irq Kwt,4,2876,Boundary demarcation.,0,9603,,,For all practical purposes this transformation is exact.,EPSG,EPSG,2003-09-01,,1,0
-1994,Reykjavik 1900 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4657,4326,LMI-Isl,1,1120,Low accuracy applications.,10,9603,,,,Landmaelingar Islands (National Land Survey of Iceland).,EPSG,2003-09-30,,1,0
-1995,Dealul Piscului 1933 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4316,4326,NAMR-Rom,1,1197,Oil exploration,10,9603,,,,Petromar and NAMR,EPSG,2003-11-28,,1,0
-1996,Dealul Piscului 1970 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4317,4326,Shell-Rom,1,1197,Oil exploration,10,9603,,,,Shell SIEP,EPSG,2003-11-28,,1,0
-1997,Lisbon to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4207,4258,ICC-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,Derived in 2001. Replaces Lisbon to ETRS89 (1) (code 1655). Also given to greater precision but no more accuracy on ICC web site using Coordinate Frame method.,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/   Also given to greater precision (but no more accuracy) using the coordinate frame method at the IGEO websit [...]
-1998,ED50 to WGS 84 (36),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Ger Nsea,36,2879,Recommended transformation for Germany North Sea petroleum  purposes.,1,9606,,,"Approximation to better than 0.5m of transformation adopted in June 2003 (see ED50 to WGS 84 (35), code 1052). Acceptable to Landesbergamt for Lower Saxony and Bundesanstalt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie.",EPSG,EPSG,2004-10-22,2004.63,1,0
-1999,ED50 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4230,4326,NAM-Nld-Nsea,32,1630,Used by NAM for offshore operations.,3,9606,,,Parameter values taken from ED87 to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1960) assuming that ED87 is identical to ED50. Errors caused by this assumption can reach 3m.,Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM).,EPSG,2004-01-07,,1,0
-5400,Baltic to Caspian (1),transformation,5705,5706,Caspian Sea,1,2314,Vertical datum change for hydrographic charting.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum is 28m above Caspian datum.,,EPSG,2006-10-13,97.61 2006.89,1,0
-5401,Belfast to Malin Head,transformation,5732,5731,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,,9616,,,Belfast datum is 37mm above Malin Head datum.,,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-5402,Baltic to AIOC95 (1),transformation,5705,5734,AIOC95-Aze,1,2592,Vertical datum change for engineering surveying.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum is 26.3m above AIOC95 datum.,BP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5403,AIOC95 to Caspian (1),transformation,5734,5706,AIOC95-Aze,1,2592,Vertical datum change for hydrographic charting.,0,9616,,,AIOC95 datum is 1.7m above Caspian datum.,BP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5404,Baltic to Black Sea (1),transformation,5705,5735,Black Sea,1,1102,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum is 0.4m above Black Sea datum.,BP,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5405,Hong Kong Principal height to Hong Kong Chart depth (1),transformation,5738,5739,SMO-HK,1,1118,Vertical datum change for hydrographic charting.,0,9616,,,HKPD is 0.146m above chart datum.,"Survey and Mapping Office, Lands Department. Http://www.info.gov.hk/landsd/mapping/tindex.htm",EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5406,Belfast to Malin Head (1),transformation,5732,5731,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0.01,9616,,,Belfast datum is 37mm below Malin Head datum.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5407,Poolbeg to Malin Head (1),transformation,5754,5731,OSI-Ire,1,1305,Vertical datum change for topographic mapping and engineering survey. Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9616,,,Poolbeg datum is 2.7m below Malin Head datum. Transformations are subject to localised anomalies.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5408,Poolbeg to Belfast (1),transformation,5754,5732,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey. Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9616,,,Poolbeg datum is 2.7m below Belfast datum. Transformations are subject to localised anomalies.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5409,NGVD29 to NAVD88 (1),transformation,5702,5703,NGS-US Conus W,1,2950,Accuracy 2cm,0.02,9658,,,"Interpolation within the gridded data file may be made using any of the horizontal CRSs NAD27, NAD83 or NAD83(HARN).","National Geodetic Survey, www.ngs.noaa.gov",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-5410,NGVD29 to NAVD88 (2),transformation,5702,5703,NGS-US Conus C,2,2949,Accuracy 2cm,0.02,9658,,,"Interpolation within the gridded data file may be made using any of the horizontal CRSs NAD27, NAD83 or NAD83(HARN).","National Geodetic Survey, www.ngs.noaa.gov",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-5411,NGVD29 to NAVD88 (3),transformation,5702,5703,NGS-US Conus E,3,2948,Accuracy 2cm,0.02,9658,,,"Interpolation within the gridded data file may be made using any of the horizontal CRSs NAD27, NAD83 or NAD83(HARN).","National Geodetic Survey, www.ngs.noaa.gov",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-5412,KOC CD to Kuwait PWD (1),transformation,5790,5788,KOC-Kwt,1,1136,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Construction datum is 0.49m below PWD datum.,KOC,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5413,KOC CD to KOC WD (1),transformation,5790,5789,KOC-Kwt,1,1136,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Construction datum is 4.74m (15.55ft) below well datum.,KOC,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5414,KOC WD to Kuwait PWD (1),transformation,5789,5788,KOC-Kwt,1,1136,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Well datum is 4.25m above PWD datum.,KOC,EPSG,2006-10-13,2006.89,1,0
-5415,GHA to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5778,5730,EuG-Aut,1,1037,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 114 points. RMS residual 0.031m, maximum residual 0.061m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-21,2005.18,1,0
-5416,Baltic 1982 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5786,5730,EuG-Bgr,1,1056,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 36 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.006m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-25,2005.18,1,0
-5417,DNN to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5733,5730,EuG-Den,1,1080,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 707 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.009m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-5418,Baltic to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Est,1,1090,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 36 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.005m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-5419,NGF IGN69 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5720,5730,EuG-Fra,1,1326,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 8 points. RMS residual 0.005m, maximum residual 0.010m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5420,DHHN92 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5783,5730,EuG-Deu,1,3339,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 443 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.007m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5421,DHHN85 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5784,5730,EuG-Deu W,1,2326,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 363 points. RMS residual 0.004m, maximum residual 0.026m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-5422,SNN76 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5785,5730,EuG-Deu E,1,1343,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 73 points. RMS residual 0.004m, maximum residual 0.011m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5423,Newlyn to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5778,5730,EuG-Gbr,1,2792,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 5 points. RMS residual 0.019m, maximum residual 0.022m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,1
-5424,EOMA 1980 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5787,5730,EuG-Hun,1,1119,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,Determined at 35 points. RMS residual 0.003m.,"EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5425,NAP to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5709,5730,EuG-Nld,1,1275,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 757 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.021m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5426,NN54 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5776,5730,EuG-Nor,1,1352,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 117 points. RMS residual 0.037m, maximum residual 0.076m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5427,Cascais to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5780,5730,EuG-Prt,1,1294,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 5 points. RMS residual 0.013m, maximum residual 0.021m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-5428,NVN99 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5779,5730,EuG-Svn,1,1212,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 9 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.004m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5429,Alicante to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5782,5730,EuG-Esp,1,2366,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,Determined at 70 points. RMS residual 0.010m.,"EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5430,RH70 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5718,5730,EuG-Swe,1,1225,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 21 points. RMS residual 0.011m, maximum residual 0.023m","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-5431,LN02 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5728,5730,EuG-Che,1,1286,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 225 points. RMS residual 0.033m, maximum residual 0.094m","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,2005.18,1,0
-5432,N60 to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5717,5730,EuG-Fin,1,1095,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 66 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.009m","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,,1,0
-5433,Newlyn to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5701,5730,EuG-Gbr,1,2792,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 5 points. RMS residual 0.019m, maximum residual 0.022m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,,1,0
-5434,Baltic to EVRF2000 (2),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Ltu,2,1145,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 46 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.003m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2005-05-27,,1,0
-5435,Baltic to EVRF2000 (3),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Svk,3,1211,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 3 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.001m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",EPSG,2006-02-03,2005.89,1,0
-8046,ED50 to WGS 84 (14),concatenated operation,4230,4326,5Nat-NSea90,14,2330,Primarily oil industry usage.,,,,,"1990 agreement between Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Netherlands and Norway.  Supersedes 1981 6-nations agreement between ED50 and WGS72 or WGS72BE. Only actively used offshore Norway but see ED50 to WGS 84 (24) (code 1613) for simpler transformation.","Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1 ""The transformation between ED50 and WGS84 for exploration purposes in the [...]
-8047,ED50 to WGS 84 (15),concatenated operation,4230,4326,NMA-Nor N65 1991,15,2331,Oil exploration before 2001.,,,,,"Replaced by codes 8569 and 1612 in 1997 and 2001.
-The concatenation of transformations 1147 and 1146 gives the following position vector tfm: dX=-84.491  dY=-100.559  dZ=-114.209 metres rX= -2.4006  rY=-0.5367  rZ=-2.3742 microradians  dS=+0.2947 ppm.","Statenskartverk note of January 1991 ""Om transformasjon mellom geodetiske datum i Norge"".",EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-8094,NTF (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4807,4326,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,?,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1996-10-18,,1,0
-8174,Bogota 1975 (Bogota) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4802,4326,DMA-Col,1,1070,"For military purposes.  Accuracy 6m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-8175,Monte Mario (Rome) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4806,4326,EPSG-Ita,1,2339,For military purposes.  Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-8176,Tananarive (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4810,4326,EPSG-Mdg,1,1149,For military purposes.  Accuracy not available.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-8178,Batavia (Jakarta) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4813,4326,EPSG-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,For military purposes.  Accuracy 3m in each axis.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1997-04-11,,1,0
-8183,HD72 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4237,4326,EPSG-Hun,1,1119,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1997-07-22,,1,1
-8186,NTF (Paris) to ED50 (1),concatenated operation,4807,4230,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,?,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1997-11-13,,1,0
-8188,NTF (Paris) to WGS 72 (1),concatenated operation,4807,4322,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,?,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1997-11-13,,1,0
-8190,AGD66 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus 5m,2,2575,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  0.1m accuracy.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-12-16,98.50,1,1
-8192,AGD84 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus 5m,3,2575,5m accuracy. Approximation assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-12-16,98.50,1,1
-8194,AGD84 to WGS 84 (4),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus 1m,4,2575,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-12-16,98.50,1,1
-8195,RT90 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe,1,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-04-22,99.11,1,1
-8199,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4284,4326,EPSG-Ltu,2,1145,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that LKS94(ETRS89) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that LKS94(ETRS89) is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-03-12,,1,1
-8211,Voirol 1875 (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4811,4326,EPSG-Dza N,1,2347,Oil exploration.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,1998-03-12,,1,0
-8215,Tete to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz,1,1167,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-04-16,,1,1
-8217,Tete to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz A,2,2350,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-04-16,,1,1
-8219,Tete to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz B,3,2351,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-04-16,,1,1
-8221,Tete to WGS 84 (4),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz C,4,2352,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-04-16,,1,1
-8223,Tete to WGS 84 (5),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz D,5,2353,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-04-16,,1,1
-8234,DHDN to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4314,4326,EPSG-Deu W,1,2326,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-06-30,,1,1
-8236,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (11),concatenated operation,4284,4326,EPSG-Deu E,11,1343,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-06-30,,1,1
-8241,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4903,4326,EPSG-Esp,1,1217,?,,,,,,See individual transformations.,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,0
-8243,NAD27 to WGS 84 (25),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can old,25,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Superseded by NAD27 to WGS 84 (27) (code 8404) in Quebec and NAD27 to WGS 84 (26) (code 8245) elsewhere in Canada.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,1
-8245,NAD27 to WGS 84 (26),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can,26,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-11-11,,1,1
-8263,MGI (Ferro) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4805,4326,DMA-balk,1,2370,For military purposes only.,,,,,Accuracy estimate is not available.,EPSG,EPSG,1998-12-12,,1,0
-8386,Old Hawaiian to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4135,4326,EPSG-Usa Hi,1,1334,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8388,St. Lawrence Island to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4136,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StL,1,1332,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8390,St. Paul Island to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4137,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StP,1,1333,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8392,St. George Island to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4138,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StG,1,1331,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8394,NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4609,4326,EPSG-Can Qc NT1,1,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Superseded by NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (2) (code 8564).,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8396,AGD66 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus ACT 1m,3,2283,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Superseded by AGD66 to WGS 84 (11) (code 8581).,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8398,AGD66 to WGS 84 (4),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Tas 1m,4,1282,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Superseded by AGD66 to WGS 84 (9) (code 8576).,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8400,AGD66 to WGS 84 (5),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus NSW Vic 1m,5,2286,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8402,Puerto Rico to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4139,4326,EPSG-PRVI,1,1335,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8404,NAD27 to WGS 84 (27),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can QC,27,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Superseded by NAD27 to WGS 84 (31) (code 8565).,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8406,NAD27(76) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4608,4326,EPSG-Can On,1,1367,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8408,AGD66 to WGS 84 (6),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Vic 0.1m,6,2285,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.   Superseded by AGD66 to WGS 84 (11) (code 8578).,EPSG,EPSG,1999-05-24,,1,1
-8418,ATS77 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can NB,1,1447,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-8419,ATS77 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can PEI,2,1533,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8420,NAD27 to WGS 84 (32),concatenated operation,4267,4326,SK PMC-Can SK,32,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8421,NAD83 to WGS 84 (7),concatenated operation,4269,4326,SK PMC-Can SK,7,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8422,NAD83 to WGS 84 (8),concatenated operation,4269,4326,Alb Env-Can AB,8,2376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,"The gridded difference file  AB_CSRS.DAC in STEP 1 will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites.  Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/ or email to geoff.banham at gov.ab.ca,EPS [...]
-8453,AGD66 to WGS 84 (7),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Tas 0.1m,7,1282,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-8454,AGD66 to WGS 84 (8),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus NT 0.1m,8,2284,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-8457,CH1903+ to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4150,4326,EPSG-CH,1,1286,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that CHTRF95 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that CHTRF95 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-8460,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (1),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa AL,1,1372,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8590.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8461,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (2),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa AZ,2,1373,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8591.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8462,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (3),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa CA n,3,2297,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8593.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8463,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (4),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa CA s,4,2298,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8594.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8464,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (5),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa CO,5,1376,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8595.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8465,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (6),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa GA,6,1380,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8597.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8466,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (7),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa FL,7,1379,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8596.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8467,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (8),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT e,8,2382,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8611.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8468,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (9),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT w,9,2383,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8612.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8469,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (10),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa KY,10,1386,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8602.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8470,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (11),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa LA,11,1387,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8603.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8471,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (12),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa DE MD,12,2377,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8605.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8472,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (13),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ME,13,1388,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8604.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8473,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (14),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MI,14,1391,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8607.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8474,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (15),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MS,15,1393,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8609.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8475,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (16),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NE,16,1396,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8613.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8476,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (17),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NewEng,17,2378,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8606.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8477,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (18),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NM,18,1400,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8616.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8478,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (19),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NY,19,1401,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8617.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8479,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (20),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ND,20,1403,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8618.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8480,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (21),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa OK,21,1405,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8620.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8481,Puerto Rico to NAD83(HARN) (1),concatenated operation,4139,4152,NGS-PRVI,1,1335,Accuracy 0.1m at 67% confidence level.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Puerto Rico to WGS 84 - see code 8583.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8482,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (22),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa SD,22,1410,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8622.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8483,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (23),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa TN,23,1411,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8623.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8484,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (24),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa TX e,24,2379,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8624.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8485,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (25),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa TX w,25,2380,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8625.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8486,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (26),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa VA,26,1415,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8627.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8487,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (27),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa OR WA,27,2381,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8621.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8488,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (28),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa WI,28,1418,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8629.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8489,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (29),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa WY,29,1419,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8630.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  www.ngs.noaa.gov  NADCON readme file,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,0
-8496,NAD27 to WGS 84 (28),concatenated operation,4267,4326,NGS-Usa conus,28,2374,Geodetic survey.,,,,,,Both transformations from US National Geodetic Survey.,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-8497,NAD27 to WGS 84 (29),concatenated operation,4267,4326,NGS-Usa AK,29,2373,Geodetic survey.,,,,,,Both transformations from US National Geodetic Survey.,EPSG,1999-10-20,,1,1
-8508,Old Hawaiian to NAD83(HARN) (1),concatenated operation,4135,4152,NGS-Usa HI,1,1334,Assumes NAD83 is coincident with NAD83(HARN). Accuracy about 1m.,,,,,"Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs Old Hawaiian (code 4135), NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation Old Hawaiin to WGS 84 - see code 8582.",US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8509,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (30),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa IN,30,1383,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8599.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8510,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (31),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa KS,31,1385,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8601.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8511,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (32),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NV,32,1397,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8614.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8512,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (33),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa OH,33,1404,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8619.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8513,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (34),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa UT,34,1413,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8626.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8514,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (35),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa WV,35,1417,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8628.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8517,Chos Malal 1914 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4160,4326,TOT-Arg Neu,1,2325,Oil exploration,,,,,May be implemented using a single step geocentric translations of dx=+5.5m dY=+176.7m dZ=+141.4m.,Total-Fina,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-8530,South Yemen to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4164,4326,IGN-Yem South,1,1340,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NGN96 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,May be implemented as a single transformation using geocentric translations transformation method with parameter values dX=-76m dY=-138m dZ=+67m.,IGN Paris,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,1
-8532,Indian 1960 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4131,4326,PV-Vnm,1,1495,Oil exploration.,,,,,May be implemented as a single transformation using position vector 7-parameter geocentric transformation method with parameter values dX=+199m dY=+931m dZ=+318.9m rX=rY=0 sec rZ=+0.814 sec dS=-0.38 ppm.,Various oil company sources.,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-8537,Egypt 1907 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4229,4326,MCE-Egy,2,1086,Oil exploration.,,,,,Used by Shell.  May be implemented as a single transformation using position vector 7-parameter geocentric transformation method with parameter values dX=-121.8m dY=+98.1m dZ=-10.7m rX=rY=0 sec rZ=+0.554 sec dS=+0.2263 ppm.,Maridive,EPSG,2000-03-07,,1,0
-8553,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (36),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa IL,36,1382,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8598.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8554,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (37),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NJ,37,1399,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8615.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2000-01-06,,1,0
-8560,AGD84 to WGS 84 (5),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus WA,5,1280,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Superseded by AGD84 to WGS 84 (6) (code 8579).,EPSG,EPSG,2000-06-10,,1,1
-8562,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4307,4326,CGG-Alg HM,3,2393,Oil exploration.,,,,,Derived at IGN monument CFP19 using Transit.  Can be implemented as a single 7-param Position Vector transformation with parameter values of dX=-156m dY=-87.2m dZ=+287.8m; rX=rY=0 rZ=+0.814sec; dS=-0.38ppm.,,EPSG,2000-06-23,,1,0
-8563,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4272,4326,OSG-Nzl 1m,3,1175,Assumes WGS 84 is coincident with NZGD2000. Accuracy about 1m.,,,,,Assumes WGS 84 is coincident with NZGD2000. Accuracy about 1m.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8564,NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4609,4326,EPSG-Can Qc NT2,2,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8565,NAD27 to WGS 84 (31),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can Que,31,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8566,NAD83 to WGS 84 (6),concatenated operation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can Qc,6,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8567,OSGB36 / National Grid to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,27700,4326,EPSG-Gbr,1,1264,Assumes ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84.  Accuracy about 0.5m.,,,,,Assumes ETRF89 is coincident with WGS 84.  Accuracy about 0.5m.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8568,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4227,4326,EPSG-Syr,1,2329,Oil exploration,,,,,"Can be implemented as a position vector tfm with param. values dX=-174.6  dY=-3.1 dZ=238.1m; rX=rY=0 rZ=0.814""; dS=-0.38 ppm.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-8569,ED50 to WGS 84 (21),concatenated operation,4230,4326,EPSG-Nor N65 1997,21,2332,Oil exploration before 1997/2001.,,,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans between 1997 (v3.1) and 2001 (v4.0). Replaced by ED50 to WGS 84 (23) (code 1612) in April 2001.,EPSG guidance note #10.,EPSG,2007-03-22,2001.224 2007.043,1,0
-8570,ED50 to ETRS89 (2),concatenated operation,4230,4258,5Nat-NSea98,2,2330,Offshore.,,,,,Taken from ED50 to WGS 84 (14) (code 8046). In 1998 agreed that within the accuracy of that transformation WGS 84 equates to ETRS89 and the transformation would relate ED50 to ETRS89.,Statens Kartverk.,EPSG,2001-06-05,2000.72  2001.06,1,1
-8571,Accra to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4168,4326,EPSG-Gha,2,1505,Oil industry.,,,,,"Can be implemented as a position vector tfm with param. values dX=-171.16 dY=17.29 dZ=325.21m; rX=rY=0 rZ=0.814""; dS=-0.38 ppm. Found in use within oil industry erroneously concatenated as dX=-171.16 dY=17.29 dZ=327.81m; rX=rY0 rZ=0.554"" dS=0.2263 ppm.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,0
-8572,Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4289,4326,EPSG-Nld,2,1275,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Parameter values for step 1 from Amersfoort to ETRS89 (2) (code 1751). Step 2 assumes that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Supersedes Amersfoort to WGS 84 (1) (code 1112).,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8573,RGF93 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4171,4326,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8574,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm,2,2288,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",,,,,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARNS) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8575,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm,3,2289,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",,,,,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARNS) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8576,AGD66 to WGS 84 (9),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Tas 1m,9,1282,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Supersedes AGD66 to WGS 84 (4) (code 8398).,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8577,AGD66 to WGS 84 (10),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus NT,10,2284,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8578,AGD66 to WGS 84 (11),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus,11,2287,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.   Supersedes AGD66 to WGS 84 (3) (code 8396) and AGD66 to WGS 84 (6) (code 8408).,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8579,AGD84 to WGS 84 (6),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus WA,6,1280,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Supersedes AGD84 to WGS 84 (5) (code 8560).,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8580,IRENET95 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4173,4326,OSI-Ire,1,1305,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-8581,PSD93 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4134,4326,PDO-Omn 93,2,1183,Oil exploration.,,,,,"Replaced by PSD93 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1439) in 1997. Can be implemented as a position vector tfm with parameter values dX= -182.046 dY= -225.604 dZ=+173.384m rX= -0.616 rY= -1.655 rZ=+8.378"" dS=16.8673ppm.",Petroleum Development Oman,EPSG,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
-8582,Old Hawaiian to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4135,4326,EPSG-Usa Hi,2,1334,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from Old Hawaiian to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 8508) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8583,Puerto Rico to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4139,4326,EPSG-PRVI,2,1335,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from Puerto Rico to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 8481) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-01-18,2002.02,1,0
-8584,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS98) (3),concatenated operation,4267,4140,EPSG-Can AB,3,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8585.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,1
-8585,NAD27 to WGS 84 (36),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can AB,36,2376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Steps based on concatenated transformation NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (3) (code 8635) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-07-13,2002.41,1,0
-8586,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (38),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa AR,38,1374,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8592.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8587,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (39),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa IA,39,1384,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8600.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8588,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (40),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MN,40,1392,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8608.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8589,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (41),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MO,41,1394,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8610.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey  ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8590,NAD27 to WGS 84 (37),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa AL,37,1372,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 8460) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2004-12-28,2004.74,1,0
-8591,NAD27 to WGS 84 (38),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa AZ,38,1373,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (2) (code 8461) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8592,NAD27 to WGS 84 (39),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa AR,39,1374,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (38) (code 8586) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8593,NAD27 to WGS 84 (40),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa CA n,40,2297,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (3) (code 8462) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8594,NAD27 to WGS 84 (41),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa CA s,41,2298,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (4) (code 8463) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8595,NAD27 to WGS 84 (42),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa CO,42,1376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (5) (code 8464) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8596,NAD27 to WGS 84 (43),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa FL,43,1379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (7) (code 8466) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8597,NAD27 to WGS 84 (44),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa GA,44,1380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (6) (code 8465) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8598,NAD27 to WGS 84 (45),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa IL,45,1382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (36) (code 8553) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8599,NAD27 to WGS 84 (46),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa IN,46,1383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (30) (code 8509) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8600,NAD27 to WGS 84 (47),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa IA,47,1384,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (39) (code 8587) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8601,NAD27 to WGS 84 (48),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa KS,48,1385,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (31) (code 8510) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8602,NAD27 to WGS 84 (49),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa KY,49,1386,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (10) (code 8469) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8603,NAD27 to WGS 84 (50),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa LA,50,1387,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (11) (code 8470) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8604,NAD27 to WGS 84 (51),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ME,51,1388,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (13) (code 8472) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8605,NAD27 to WGS 84 (52),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa DE MD,52,2377,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (12) (code 8471) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8606,NAD27 to WGS 84 (53),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NewEng,53,2378,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (17) (code 8476) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8607,NAD27 to WGS 84 (54),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MI,54,1391,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (14) (code 8473) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8608,NAD27 to WGS 84 (55),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MN,55,1392,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (40) (code 8588) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8609,NAD27 to WGS 84 (56),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MS,56,1393,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (15) (code 8474) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8610,NAD27 to WGS 84 (57),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MO,57,1394,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (41) (code 8589) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8611,NAD27 to WGS 84 (58),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT e,58,2382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (8) (code 8467) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8612,NAD27 to WGS 84 (59),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT w,59,2383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (9) (code 8468) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8613,NAD27 to WGS 84 (60),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NE,60,1396,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (16) (code 8475) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8614,NAD27 to WGS 84 (61),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NV,61,1397,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (32) (code 8511) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8615,NAD27 to WGS 84 (62),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NJ,62,1399,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (37) (code 8554) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8616,NAD27 to WGS 84 (63),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NM,63,1400,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (18) (code 8477) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8617,NAD27 to WGS 84 (64),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NY,64,1401,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (19) (code 8478) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8618,NAD27 to WGS 84 (65),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ND,65,1403,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (20) (code 8479) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8619,NAD27 to WGS 84 (66),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa OH,66,1404,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (33) (code 8512) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8620,NAD27 to WGS 84 (67),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa OK,67,1405,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (21) (code 8480) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8621,NAD27 to WGS 84 (68),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa OR WA,68,2381,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (27) (code 8487) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8622,NAD27 to WGS 84 (69),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa SD,69,1410,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (22) (code 8482) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8623,NAD27 to WGS 84 (70),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa TN,70,1411,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (23) (code 8483) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8624,NAD27 to WGS 84 (71),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa TX e,71,2379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (24) (code 8484) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8625,NAD27 to WGS 84 (72),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa TX w,72,2380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (25) (code 8485) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8626,NAD27 to WGS 84 (73),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa UT,73,1413,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (34) (code 8513) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8627,NAD27 to WGS 84 (74),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa VA,74,1415,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (26) (code 8486) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8628,NAD27 to WGS 84 (75),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa WV,75,1417,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (35) (code 8514) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8629,NAD27 to WGS 84 (76),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa WI,76,1418,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (28) (code 8488) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8630,NAD27 to WGS 84 (77),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa WY,77,1419,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (29) (code 8489) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,EPSG,EPSG,2001-08-15,,1,0
-8631,Garoua to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4197,4326,EPSG-Cmr,1,2590,Oil industry.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-8632,Kousseri to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4198,4326,EPSG-Cmr,1,2591,Oil industry.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-02-12,,1,0
-8633,Yoff to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4310,4326,EPSG-SEN,1,1207,Military purposes.,,,,,"Derived via WGS72. Can be used as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -37 m, dY = +157 m, dZ = +89.5 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.554 sec, dS = 0.219 ppm",TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-06-22,,1,0
-8634,Beduaram to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4213,4326,ELF-Ner SE,1,2771,Oil exploration.,,,,,"Derived via WGS72BE. Can be used as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -101 m, dY = -111 m, dZ = +188.9 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.814 sec, dS = -0.38 ppm",TotalFinaElf,EPSG,2002-06-28,,1,0
-8635,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (3),concatenated operation,4267,4617,EPSG-Can AB,3,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8585.,EPSG,EPSG,2002-07-13,,1,0
-8636,Carthage (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4816,4326,EPSG-Tun,1,1236,For military purposes.,,,,,,,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8637,Lisbon (Lisbon) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4803,4326,EPSG-Prt,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2003-08-14,2003.234,1,0
-8638,Makassar (Jakarta) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4804,4326,EPSG - Idn Sul SW,1,1316,Oil exploration.,,,,,,,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8639,NGO 1948 (Oslo) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4817,4326,EPSG-Nor,1,1182,For military purposes.,,,,,,,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8640,Nord Sahara 1959 (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4819,4326,EPSG-Dza,1,1026,For military purposes.,,,,,,,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,1
-8641,Segara (Jakarta) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4820,4326,EPSG-Idn Kal SW,1,1359,Accuracy estimate not available.,,,,,,,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8642,S-JTSK (Ferro) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4818,4326,EPSG-Cze,1,1306,?,,,,,,,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8643,Greek to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4120,4326,EPSG-Grc,1,1106,5m accuracy,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8644,Greek (Athens) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4815,4326,EPSG-Grc,1,1106,5m accuracy.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8645,MGI (Ferro) to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4805,4326,BEV-Aut,2,1037,2m accuracy,,,,,,Bundesamt fur Eich- und Vermessungswesen; Wien,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
-8646,Manoca 1962 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4193,4326,OGP-Cmr,1,2555,Oil exploration,,,,,"Derived via WGS72BE. Can be used as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -56.7 m, dY = -171.8 m, dZ = -40.6 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.814 sec, dS = -0.38 ppm",,EPSG,2002-11-18,,1,1
-8647,NAD27 to WGS 84 (78),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can E Off,78,2831,Oil industry operations.,,,,,,Various oil industry sources.,EPSG,2003-02-25,,1,0
-8648,Lisbon 1890 (Lisbon) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4904,4326,EPSG-Prt 5m,1,1294,Low accuracy applications.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-8649,Lisbon 1890 (Lisbon) to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4904,4326,EPSG-Prt 1m,2,1294,Medium accuracy applications.,,,,,,EPSG,EPSG,2003-08-14,,1,0
-8650,Palestine 1923 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4281,4326,SoI-Isr,2,1126,Accuracy: 1m to north and 10m to south of east-west line through Beersheba (31 deg 15 min N).,,,,,"Can be implemented as a geocentric translation tfm with param. values dX = -229m,  dY = -67m, dZ= +277m.",Survey of Israel.,EPSG,2004-04-14,,1,0
-8651,Vientiane 1982 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4676,4326,EPSG-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy: 5m.,,,,,"Can be implemented as a geocentric translation tfm with param. values dX = 42.358m,  dY = -124.688m, dZ= -37.366m.",EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-8652,Lao 1993 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4677,4326,EPSG-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy: 5m.,,,,,"Can be implemented as a geocentric translation tfm with param. values dX = 43.933m,  dY = -129.593m, dZ= -39.331m.",EPSG,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-8653,ED50 to WGS 84 (14),concatenated operation,4230,4326,5Nat-NSea90,14,2330,Primarily oil industry usage.,,,,,"1990 agreement between Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Netherlands and Norway.  Replaces 1981 6-nations agreement between ED50 and WGS72 or WGS72BE. Only actively used offshore Norway but see ED50 to WGS 84 (24) (code 1613) for simpler transformation.","Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1 ""The transformation between ED50 and WGS84 for exploration purposes in the N [...]
-8654,ED50 to ETRS89 (2),concatenated operation,4230,4258,5Nat-NSea98,2,2330,Offshore.,,,,,Taken from ED50 to WGS 84 (14) (code 8046). In 1998 agreed that within the accuracy of that transformation WGS 84 equates to ETRS89 and the transformation would relate ED50 to ETRS89.,Statens Kartverk.,EPSG,2005-05-30,,1,0
+101,deg to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert decimal degrees to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9637,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+102,degH to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree hemisphere representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere.,0,9638,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+103,Hdeg to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert hemisphere degree representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9639,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+104,DM to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree minute representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9640,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+105,DMH to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree minute hemisphere representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9641,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+106,HDM to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert hemisphere degree minute representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9642,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+107,DMS to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert degree minute second representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9643,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+108,HDMS to DMSH,conversion,,,,,1262,Convert hemisphere degree minute second representation to and from degrees minutes seconds hemisphere representation.,0,9644,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-11-22,,1,1
+1024,MGI to ETRS89 (4),transformation,4312,4258,LBD-Aut Sty,4,1543,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from MGI to WGS 84 (8) (tfm code 1194). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Information source gives scale as -2.388739 ppm.,Amt der Steiermarkischen Landesregierung; GIS-STMK. www.gis.steiermark.at,OGP,2008-06-24,,1,0
+1025,ED50 to ED87 (1),transformation,4230,4231,5Nat-NSea-90,1,2330,?,,9630,9102,9102,Latitude differences from ED50 to ED87 in decimal degrees given by coefficients A0 through A14 where m=(latitude - 55) degrees and n=longitude in decimal degrees. Longitude differences given through coefficients B0 through B14.,Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1,OGP,2002-06-22,1999.740 2000.550 2002.400,1,1
+1026,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (1),transformation,4903,4230,IGB-Esp,1,2366,?,10,9617,,,It is preferable to use whichever of either Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (2) (code 1027) or Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (3) (code 1028) is applicable to the area.,Institut de Geomatica; Barcelona,OGP,2007-03-22,1999.820 1999.740 2003.051 2004.170 2007.043,1,0
+1027,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (2),transformation,4903,4230,IGB-Esp N,2,2367,?,5,9617,,,Use in preference to Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (1) (code 1026).,Institut de Geomatica; Barcelona,OGP,2003-02-06,1999.820 1999.740 2003.051 2004.170,1,0
+1028,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (3),transformation,4903,4230,IGB-Esp S,3,2368,?,5,9617,,,Use in preference to Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to ED50 (1) (code 1026).,Institut de Geomatica; Barcelona,OGP,2000-03-07,1999.820 1999.740 2004.170,1,0
+1029,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,28992,23031,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,,9632,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1030).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1030,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23031,28992,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,,9632,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (1) (code 1029).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1031,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (2),transformation,28992,23031,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM. For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2) (code 1032).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1032,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2),transformation,23031,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM. For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (2) (code 1031).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1033,Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,31300,23031,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,999,9631,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (code 1034).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1034,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (1),transformation,23031,31300,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,999,9631,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM 31N (code 1033).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1035,Astra Minas to Campo Inchauspe / Argentina 2 (1),transformation,5800,22192,IHS-Arg ComRiv,1,1265,Oil exploration.,5,9621,,,,IHS Energy,OGP,2006-12-11,2006.890,1,0
+1036,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (1),transformation,27700,4258,OSGB-Gbr,1,1264,Accuracy 0.2m at 67% confidence level.,0.2,9633,,,Withdrawn and replaced by OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2) (code 1039). May be taken as approximate transformation to WGS 84 - see tfm code 1681.,http://www.gps.gov.uk/gpssurveying.asp,OGP,2007-03-22,2002.620 2007.043,1,0
+1037,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1),transformation,28992,23095,NAM-Nld,1,1630,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM. For reverse transformation see ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1038).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,1
+1038,ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23095,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1630,Oil exploration.,,9632,9001,9001,Used by NAM. For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1) (code 1037).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,1
+1039,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2),transformation,27700,4258,OSGB-UK Gbr02,2,1264,Accuracy 0.1m at 67% confidence level.,0.1,9633,,,Replaces OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (1) (code 1036). May be taken as approximate transformation OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to WGS 84 - see code 15956.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2007-07-15,2007.067,1,0
+1040,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to WGS 84 (2),transformation,27700,4979,EPSG-UK Gbr02,2,1264,Accuracy 1m.,1,9633,,,Parameter values taken from OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2) (code 1039) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,1
+1041,TM75 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4300,4258,Osi-Ire,1,1305,Accuracy 0.4m (95%).,0.4,9648,9102,9102,Derived at 183 points. Recommended by OSi and OSNI for all horizontal transformations in the Republic and Northern Ireland. Use iteration for reverse transformation ETRS89 to TM75. May be used as approximation for TM75 to WGS 84 (see code 1042).,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2002-12-21,,1,0
+1042,TM75 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4300,4326,EPSG-Ire,1,1305,Accuracy 1m.,1,9648,9102,9102,Parameter values taken from TM75 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1041) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Use iteration for reverse transformation WGS 84 to TM75.,OGP,OGP,2002-12-21,,1,0
+1043,ED50 to ED87 (1),transformation,4230,4231,5Nat-NSea-90,1,2330,?,1,9651,9102,9102,Latitude differences from ED50 to ED87 in decimal degrees given by coefficients A0 through A14 where U=(latitude - 55) degrees and V=longitude in decimal degrees. Longitude differences given through coefficients B0 through B14.,Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1,OGP,2002-12-21,,1,1
+1044,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,28992,23031,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1045).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2002-12-21,,1,0
+1045,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23031,28992,NCG-Nld,1,1172,?,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (1) (code 1044).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2002-12-21,,1,0
+1046,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (2),transformation,28992,23031,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2) (code 1047). Used by NAM until early 2006 when replaced by concatenation of tfms Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2) and WGS 84 to ED50 (18) (tfm codes 1672 and 1311).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2009-05-21,2009.013,1,0
+1047,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Amersfoort / RD New (2),transformation,23031,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1172,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / UTM zone 31 (2) (code 1046). Used by NAM until early 2006 when replaced by concatenation of tfms ED50 to WGS 84 (18) and WGS 84 to Amersfoort (2) (tfm codes 1311 and 1672).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2009-05-21,2009.013,1,0
+1048,Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM zone 31N (1),transformation,31300,23031,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,1,9652,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / UTM 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (code 1049).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2002-12-21,,1,0
+1049,ED50 / UTM zone 31N to Belge 72 / Lambert (1),transformation,23031,31300,NCG-Bel,1,1044,?,1,9652,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Belge 72 / Lambert to ED50 / UTM 31N (code 1048).,"Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; ""Globale en Lokale Geodetische Systemen""; G. Strang van Hees.",OGP,2002-12-21,,1,0
+1050,Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1),transformation,28992,23095,NAM-Nld,1,1630,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1) (code 1051). Used by NAM until early 2006 when replaced by concatenation of tfms Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2) and WGS 84 to ED50 (18) (tfm codes 1672 and 1311).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2009-05-21,2009.013,1,0
+1051,ED50 / TM 5 NE to Amersfoort / RD New (1),transformation,23095,28992,NAM-Nld,2,1630,Oil exploration.,1,9653,9001,9001,For reverse transformation see Amersfoort / RD New to ED50 / TM 5 NE (1) (code 1050). Used by NAM until early 2006 when replaced by concatenation of tfms ED50 to WGS 84 (18) and WGS 84 to Amersfoort (2) (tfm codes 1311 and 1672).,Shell / NAM,OGP,2009-05-21,2009.013,1,0
+1052,ED50 to WGS 84 (35),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Eur W,35,2879,Minerals management in Germany.,5,9654,9102,9102,Adopted at June 2003 agreement between LBA and BSH. From TR8350.2 MRE for onshore western Europe. May be approximated to better than 0.5m by transformation code 1998. LBA will also accept TR8350.2 mean Europe geocentric translation (code 1133).,Landesbergamt for Lower Saxony and Bundesanstalt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie.,OGP,2007-03-22,2003.201 2004.630 2007.043,1,0
+1053,NTF to RGF93 (1),transformation,4275,4171,IGN-Fra 1m,1,1326,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9655,,,May be used for transformation of NTF to/from ETR89 and WGS 84 as RGF93 may be considered equivalent to ETRS89 or WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. See tfm codes 1054 and 15939. May be emulated using NTv2 method - see tfm code 15958.,"Institut Geographique National (IGN) document NTG_88.pdf, ""Grille de parametres de transformation de co [...]
+1054,NTF to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4275,4258,EPSG-Fra 1m,2,1326,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9655,,,These parameter values are taken from NTF to RGF93 (1) (code 1053) as RGF93 may be considered equivalent to ETRS89 within the accuracy of the transformation. May be emulated using NTv2 method - see tfm code 15959.,OGP,OGP,2007-08-01,2007.036 2007.068,1,0
+1055,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4204,4326,WGC-Kwt,3,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9603,,,Derived at station K1.,KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1056,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4204,4326,Par-Kwt,4,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9607,,,"Derivation is more precise, but no evidence that accuracy is better than Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (3). OGP recommends using Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (3).",KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1057,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4204,4326,Par-Kwt N,5,2956,1 metre accuracy.,1,9607,,,.,KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1058,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4204,4326,Par-Kwt S,6,2957,1 metre accuracy.,1,9607,,,,KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1059,KOC to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4246,4326,WGC-Kwt,1,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9603,,,,KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1060,NGN to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4318,4326,Mun-Kwt,1,1136,1 metre accuracy.,1,9603,,,,KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1061,Kudams to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4319,4326,Mun-Kwt,1,1136,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1062,Kudams to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4319,4326,Par-Kwt,2,1136,For applications requiring an accuracy of better than 1 metre.,1,9607,,,,KOC,OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+1063,Vientiane 1982 to Lao 1997 (1),transformation,4676,4678,NGD-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy 2m.,2,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,National Geographic Department,OGP,2004-04-27,,1,0
+1064,Lao 1993 to Lao 1997 (1),transformation,4677,4678,NGD-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy 0.15m,0.15,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,National Geographic Department,OGP,2004-04-27,,1,0
+1065,Lao 1997 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4678,4326,NGD-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy 5m.,5,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,National Geographic Department,OGP,2004-04-27,,1,0
+1066,Amersfoort to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4289,4258,NCG-Nld 2000,2,1275,Accuracy 0.5m,0.5,9636,,,Replaced by Amersfoort to ETRS89 (4) (tfm code 15740). Dutch sources also quote an equivalent transformation using the Coordinate Frame 7-parameter method - see tfm code 1751.,http://rdnap.kadaster.nl/rd/index.html. Also Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 3rd edition 1997. Also with change of method and parameter units at EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP [...]
+1067,Minna to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4263,4326,Stat-Nga,11,1717,Oil industry exploration and production.,8,9603,,,"Used by Statoil for deep water blocks 210, 213, 217 and 218. Parameter values interpolated from Racal Survey geocentric translation contour charts for each of these four blocks and then meaned.",Statoil.,OGP,2008-11-07,2008.077,1,0
+1068,Guam 1963 to NAD83(HARN) (1),transformation,4675,4152,NGS-Gum,1,1110,"Geodetic survey. Accuracy 3 m in each component, 1 sigma.",5,9613,,,NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs Guam 1963 and NAD83(HARN) (codes 4675 and 4152) have longitudes positive east. Can be used as approximation for tfm between Guam 1963 and WGS 84 - see tfm code 1069.,ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon/readme.txt,OGP,2004-04-22,,1,0
+1069,Guam 1963 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4675,4326,EPSG-Gum,2,1110,Accuracy 5m.,5,9613,,,"Parameter files are from Guam 1963 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 1068), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.",OGP,OGP,2006-02-03,2006.021,1,0
+1070,Guam to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4675,4326,DMA-Gum,1,1110,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1071,Palestine 1923 to Israel (1),transformation,4281,4141,SoI-Isr,1,1126,Accuracy: 1.5m,1.5,9603,,,For more accurate transformation contact Survey of Israel.,Survey of Israel,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,0
+1072,Palestine 1923 / Israeli CS to Israel / Israeli TM (1),transformation,28193,2039,SoI-Isr,1,1126,Accuracy: 1m to north and 10m to south of east-west line through Beersheba (31°15'N).,3,9656,,,For more accurate transformation contact Survey of Israel.,Survey of Israel,OGP,2008-06-24,2006.890 2008.045,1,0
+1073,Israel to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4141,4326,SoI-Isr,1,1126,Accuracy: 2m,2,9603,,,For more accurate transformation contact Survey of Israel.,Survey of Israel,OGP,2004-04-14,,1,0
+1074,Palestine 1923 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4281,4326,EPSG-Isr,1,1126,Oil Exploration. Accuracy: 1m to north and 5m to south of east-west line through Beersheba (31°15'N).,2,9606,,,Not recognised by Survey of Israel. See Palestine 1923 to WGS 84 (2) (code 8650).,Various industry sources,OGP,2008-06-24,2008.045,1,0
+1075,ED50 to WGS 84 (38),transformation,4230,4326,TPAO-Tur,38,2896,Oil Exploration,10,9603,,,"Derived in 1987 by Geodetic for TPAO. Used on BP 1991/92 2D seismic surveys in central and eastern Turkish sector of Black Sea. In Turkey, replaced by tfm code 1784. Also adopted for use offshore Israel.",Various industry sources,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1076,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4248,4326,EPSG-Ven,13,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9636,,,Parameter vales are from PSAD56 to REGVEN (1) (code 1769) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-03-26,,1,1
+1077,La Canoa to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4247,4326,EPSG-Ven,2,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9636,,,Parameter values are from La Canoa to REGVEN (1) (code 1076) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-03-26,,1,1
+1078,Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4181,4258,ACT-Lux 0.1m,2,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 0.1 metre.,0.1,9636,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 - see code 1079.,Administration du Cadastre et de la Topographie. http://www.etat.lu/ACT,OGP,2004-03-09,,1,0
+1079,Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4181,4326,EPSG-Lux 0.5m,2,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 0.5 metre.,0.5,9636,,,Parameter values from Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1078). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,Administration du Cadastre et de la Topographie. http://www.etat.lu/ACT,OGP,2004-03-09,,1,0
+1080,CI1971 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4672,4326,DMA-Nzl CI,1,2889,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html",OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200 2005.210,1,0
+1081,CI1979 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4673,4326,OSG-Nzl CI,1,2889,For applications requiring 2m accuracy.,2,9607,,,Derived at 4 stations using concatenation through WGS72. Parameter vales are also used to transform CI1979 to NZGD2000 - see tfm code 1082.,Land Information New Zealand: LINZS25000 Standard for New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000; 16 November 2007.,OGP,2008-04-04,2008.023,1,0
+1082,CI1979 to NZGD2000 (1),transformation,4673,4167,OSG-Nzl CI,1,2889,For applications requiring 2m accuracy.,2,9607,,,Parameter vales are from CI1979 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1081) assuming that WGS 84 is equivalent to NZGD2000 within the accuracy of the transformation.,Land Information New Zealand: LINZS25000 Standard for New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000; 16 November 2007.,OGP,2008-04-04,2008.023,1,0
+1083,JAD69 to WGS 72 (2),transformation,4242,4322,PC-Jam,2,3342,For oil exploration.,10,9603,,,Derived in 1981 through Transit observations at 4 stations by Geodetic Survey for Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica.,"""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",OGP,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
+1084,JAD69 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4242,4326,UT-Jam 5m,1,3342,For applications requiring 5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,Derived via NAD27 and WGS 72. Preliminary values derived by Survey Department but not officially promulgated.,"""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",OGP,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
+1085,JAD69 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4242,4326,UT-Jam 2m,2,3342,For applications requiring 2m accuracy.,2,9603,,,"Derived at 4 stations, tested at a further 9.","""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",OGP,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
+1086,JAD69 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4242,4326,UT-Jam 1m,3,3342,For applications requiring 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,"Derived at 4 stations, tested at a further 9.","""GPS Coordinate Transformation Parameters for Jamaica"", Newsome and Harvey, Survey Review Volume 37 Number 289 (July 2003). http://www.surveyreview.org",OGP,2004-02-17,,1,1
+1087,ED50 to WGS 84 (37),transformation,4230,4326,RJGC-Jor,37,1130,Topographic mapping.,999,9603,,,Information has not been confirmed by National Mapping Agency.,Various industry sources,OGP,2004-01-29,,1,0
+1088,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Adr N Anc,5,2882,Oil exploration and production,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),OGP,2004-01-20,,1,0
+1089,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Adr Anc-Gar,6,2883,Oil exploration and production,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),OGP,2004-01-20,,1,0
+1090,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Adr S Gar,7,2884,Oil exploration and production,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),OGP,2004-01-20,,1,0
+1091,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita Otr,8,2885,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),OGP,2004-01-20,,1,0
+1092,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita N Jon,9,2886,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),OGP,2004-01-20,,1,0
+1093,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita E Sic,10,2887,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),OGP,2004-01-20,,1,0
+1094,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4265,4326,ENI-Ita W Sic,11,2888,Marine navigation,10,9603,,,,ENI E&P Division (AGIP),OGP,2004-01-20,,1,0
+1095,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4248,4326,EPSG-Ven,13,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,15,9636,,,Parameter values are from PSAD56 to REGVEN (1) (code 1769) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-05,2004.184,1,0
+1096,La Canoa to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4247,4326,EPSG-Ven,2,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,15,9636,,,Parameter values are from La Canoa to REGVEN (1) (code 1771) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-05,2004.184,1,0
+1097,Dealul Piscului 1970 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4317,4326,EPSG-Rom,2,1197,"Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Parameter values taken from Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (9) (code 1293) assuming that Pulkovo 1942 in Romania is equivalent to Dealul Piscului 1970.,OGP,OGP,2007-08-28,2007.082,1,1
+1098,IGM95 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4670,4258,IGM-Ita,1,1127,IGM95 is a realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation IGM95 to WGS 84 - see code 1099.,ENI,OGP,2004-01-07,,1,0
+1099,IGM95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4670,4326,IGM-Ita,1,1127,Approximation at the 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from IGM95 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1098) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,ENI,OGP,2004-01-07,,1,0
+1100,Adindan to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Eth Sud,1,1271,For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1101,Adindan to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Bfa,2,1057,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 1 station connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Burkino Faso.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2002.380 2005.200,1,0
+1102,Adindan to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Cmr,3,3226,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 1 station connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Cameroon.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2002.380 2005.200,1,0
+1103,Adindan to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Eth,4,1091,For military purposes. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1104,Adindan to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Mli,5,1153,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 1 station connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Mali.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2002.380 2005.200,1,0
+1105,Adindan to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Sen,6,3304,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 2 stations connected to the Adindan network through the 1968-69 12th parallel traverse. Note: Adindan datum is used in Ethiopia and Sudan, not Senegal.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2002.380 2005.200,1,0
+1106,Adindan to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4201,4326,DMA-Sud,7,3311,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1107,Afgooye to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4205,4326,DMA-Som,1,1214,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1108,AGD66 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4202,4326,DMA-Aus,1,2575,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 105 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2006-01-02,2005.200 2006.010,1,0
+1109,AGD84 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4203,4326,DMA-Aus,1,2575,For military purposes only. Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 90 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1110,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4204,4326,DMA-Bhr,1,1040,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,1997.060,1,0
+1111,Ain el Abd to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4204,4326,DMA-Sau,2,1206,For military purposes. Accuracy 10m in each axis.,18,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1112,Amersfoort to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4289,4326,NCG-Nld 93,1,1275,?,1,9606,,,Replaced by Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2) (code 1672).,Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 1993.,OGP,2007-03-22,1997.070 2002.900 2007.043,1,0
+1113,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-mean,1,2312,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m, 33m and 20m in X, Y and Z axes.",44,9603,,,Derived at 41 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1114,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Bwa,2,1051,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1115,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Bdi,3,1058,For military purposes. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200 2009.025,1,1
+1116,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Lso,4,1141,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 3m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1117,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Mwi,5,1150,"For military purposes. Accuracy 9m, 24m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",27,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1118,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Swz,6,1224,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1119,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Cod,7,1259,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-09-30,2005.150 2005.200,1,1
+1120,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Zmb,8,1260,"For military purposes. Accuracy 21m, 21m and 27m in X, Y and Z axes.",41,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1121,Arc 1950 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4209,4326,DMA-Zwe,9,1261,"For military purposes. Accuracy 5m, 8m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 10 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1122,Arc 1960 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4210,4326,DMA-Ken Tza,1,2311,For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1123,Batavia to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4211,4326,DMA-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,For military purposes. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Note: The area of use cited for this transformation (Sumatra) is not consistent with the area of use (Java) for the Batavia (Genuk) coordinate reference system. Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1124,Bermuda 1957 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4216,4326,DMA-Bmu,1,1047,For military purposes. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1125,Bogota 1975 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4218,4326,DMA-Col,1,1070,"For military purposes. Accuracy 6m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived in 1987 at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1126,Bukit Rimpah to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4219,4326,DMA-Idn BBI,1,1287,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-21,2002.151 2005.200,1,0
+1127,Campo Inchauspe to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4221,4326,DMA-Arg,1,1033,For military purposes. Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 20 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1128,Cape to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4222,4326,DMA-Zaf,1,1215,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 6m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",9,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1129,Cape to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4222,4326,DSLI-Zaf,2,1215,?,15,9603,,,Residuals should not exceed 15 metres. Parameter values are from Cape to Hartebeesthoek94 (1) (code 1504) assuming that Hartebeesthoek94 and WGS 84 are equivalent within the accuracy of the transformation.,"Private Communication, Directorate of Surveys and Land Information, Cape Town.",OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1130,Carthage to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4223,4326,DMA-Tun,1,1236,"For military purposes. Accuracy 6m, 9m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",14,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1131,Chua to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4224,4326,DMA-Pry,1,1188,"For military purposes. Accuracy 6m, 9m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2006-10-13,2005.200 2005.210 2005.840 2006.490 2006.890,1,0
+1132,Corrego Alegre to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4225,4326,DMA-Bra,1,1293,"For military purposes. Accuracy 5m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 17 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-12-30,2005.200 2005.841,1,0
+1133,ED50 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-mean,1,2420,"For military purposes. Accepted for minerals management in Germany. Accuracy 3m, 8m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 85 stations. In Germany will be accepted by LBA for minerals management purposes as alternative to tfm 1052 or 1998.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2006-03-16,2004.630 2005.200 2005.471,1,0
+1134,ED50 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-cenEur,2,2421,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 52 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1135,ED50 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-midEast,3,2345,For military purposes only.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1136,ED50 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Cyp,4,1078,For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1137,ED50 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Egy,5,1086,"For military purposes. Accuracy 6m, 8m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",13,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1138,ED50 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Irl Gbr,6,2343,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 40 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1139,ED50 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Fin Nor,7,2344,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 20 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1140,ED50 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Grc,8,1106,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1141,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4154,4326,DMA-Irn,2,1123,"For military purposes. Accuracy 9m, 12m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Given by DMA as from ED50. OGP interpret that as ED50(ED77) in Iran. Derived at 27 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2000.060 2005.200,1,0
+1142,ED50 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Ita Sard,10,2339,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1143,ED50 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Ita Sic,11,2340,For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1144,ED50 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Mlt,12,1154,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1145,ED50 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Prt Esp,13,2338,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",9,9603,,,Derived at 18 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1146,ED87 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4231,4326,5Nat-NSea-90,1,2330,?,0.8,9606,,,,"Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1 and note of 13-Feb-1991 ""Om Transformasjon mellom Geodetiske Datum i Norge""",OGP,1997-04-11,1997.030 1997.040,1,0
+1147,ED50 to ED87 (2),transformation,4230,4231,NMA-Nor N65,2,2331,Geodetic purposes.,1,9606,,,,"Norwegian Mapping Authority note of 13-Feb-1991 ""Om Transformasjon mellom Geodetiske Datum i Norge""",OGP,1997-04-11,1997.040,1,0
+1148,Egypt 1907 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4229,4326,DMA-Egy,1,1086,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 6m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",11,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1149,ETRS89 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4258,4326,EPSG-eur,1,1298,ETRS89 is a realisation of WGS 84 coincident to within 1 metre. This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,1997.240 2000.720,1,0
+1150,GDA94 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4283,4326,EPSG-Aus,1,2575,GDA94 is a realisation of WGS 84 coincident to within 1 metre. This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1151,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4272,4326,DMA-Nzl,1,3285,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 14 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2008-04-04,2005.200 2008.023,1,0
+1152,Hu Tzu Shan 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4236,4326,DMA-Twn,1,1228,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2008-08-13,2008.017,1,0
+1153,Indian 1954 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4239,4326,DMA-Tha,1,1231,"For military purposes. Accuracy 15m, 6m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,1997.060,1,0
+1154,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4240,4326,DMA-Tha,1,1231,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 2m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 62 stations. Replaced by Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1304).,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 second edition September 1991,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1155,Kalianpur 1937 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4144,4326,DMA-Bgd,1,1041,"For military purposes. Accuracy 10m, 8m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",18,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2005-05-27,1997.232 2005.210,1,0
+1156,Kalianpur 1975 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4146,4326,DMA-Ind Npl,1,2411,"For military purposes. Accuracy 12m, 10m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",22,9603,,,Care! DMA ellipsoid is inconsistent with EPSG ellipsoid - transformation parameter values may not be appropriate. Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2005-05-27,1997.232 2005.210,1,0
+1157,Kandawala to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4244,4326,DMA-Lka,1,1218,For military purposes. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1158,Kertau 1968 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4245,4326,DMA-Mys Sgp,1,1309,"For military purposes. Accuracy 10m, 8m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2007-01-04,2005.200 2006.251 2006.890,1,0
+1159,Leigon to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4250,4326,DMA-Gha,1,1104,"For military purposes. Accuracy 2m, 3m and 2m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1160,Liberia 1964 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4251,4326,DMA-Lbr,1,1142,For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1161,Luzon 1911 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4253,4326,DMA-Phl N,1,2364,"For military purposes. Accuracy 8m, 11m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",17,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1162,Luzon 1911 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4253,4326,DMA-Phl Min,2,2365,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1163,M'poraloko to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4266,4326,DMA-Gab,1,1100,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1164,Mahe 1971 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4256,4326,DMA-Syc,1,2369,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1165,Massawa to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4262,4326,DMA-Eth,1,1089,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1166,Merchich to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4261,4326,DMA-Mar,1,1166,"For military purposes. Accuracy 5m, 3m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1167,Minna to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4263,4326,DMA-Cmr,1,3226,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,"Derived at 2 stations. Note: Minna is used in Nigeria, not Cameroon.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1168,Minna to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4263,4326,DMA-Nga,2,1178,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 6m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2008-11-07,2005.200 2008.077,1,0
+1169,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4265,4326,DMA-Ita Sar,1,2339,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2004.080 2005.200,1,0
+1170,NAD27 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Carib,1,2418,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 9m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",16,9603,,,Derived at 15 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1171,NAD27 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Cen Am,2,2419,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 8m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 19 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1172,NAD27 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can,3,1061,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m, 11m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",20,9603,,,Derived at 112 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1173,NAD27 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Conus,4,1323,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 405 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1174,NAD27 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-ConusE,5,2389,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",11,9603,,,Derived at 129 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1175,NAD27 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-ConusW,6,2390,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 3m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 276 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1176,NAD27 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-USA AK,7,2412,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 9m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 47 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1177,NAD27 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Bha xSalv,8,2413,"For military purposes. Accuracy 5m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1178,NAD27 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Bha Salv,9,2414,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1179,NAD27 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can AB BC,10,2384,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 8m, 8m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",13,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1180,NAD27 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can MN ON,11,2415,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 9m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1181,NAD27 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can E,12,2416,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 6m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",9,9603,,,Derived at 37 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1182,NAD27 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can NWT,13,2410,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 17 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1183,NAD27 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Can Yuk,14,2417,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 8m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1184,NAD27 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Pan,15,2385,For military purposes. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1185,NAD27 to WGS 84 (16),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Cuba,16,1077,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1186,NAD27 to WGS 84 (17),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Grl,17,2386,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations. Note: NAD27 is not used in Greenland.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2006-07-21,2005.200 2006.466,1,0
+1187,NAD27 to WGS 84 (18),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-Mex,18,1160,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 8m, 6m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1188,NAD83 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4269,4326,DMA-N Am,1,1325,Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 312 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,1997.060,1,0
+1189,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4270,4326,DMA-Omn Mas,1,2391,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1190,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4270,4326,DMA-Sau,2,1206,For military purposes. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1191,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4270,4326,DMA-UAE,3,1243,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1192,Naparima 1972 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4271,4326,DMA-Tto,1,1235,For military purposes only. Accuracy given by NIMA 15m in each axis. EPSG believes there is an 8-10m blunder in dX.,33,9603,,,CAUTION: OGP believes that these parameter values include a blunder and that if NIMA transformation parameters are to be used the 1987 version (EPSG code 1307) be used.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1998-06-30,1998.102,1,0
+1193,NTF to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4275,4326,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to ETRS89. See NTF to ETRS89 (1) (code 1651).,IGN technical report RT/G 14; January 1988.,OGP,2006-12-29,2006.992,1,0
+1194,MGI to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4312,4326,LBD-Aut Sty,8,1543,Provincial GIS and other applications to an accuracy of 0.5 metres.,0.5,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation MGI to ETRS89 assuming ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation - see tfm code 1024. Information source gives scale as -2.388739 ppm.,Amt der Steiermarkischen Landesregierung; GIS-STMK. www.gis.steiermark.at,OGP,2008-06-24,,1,0
+1195,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr,1,1264,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 10m, 10m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 38 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1196,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr Eng,2,2395,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 24 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1197,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr E&W,3,2396,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 10m, 10m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 25 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1198,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr Sco,4,2397,For military purposes only. Accuracy 10m in each axis.,18,9603,,,Derived at 13 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1199,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4277,4326,DMA-Gbr Wal,5,2398,For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1200,Pointe Noire to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4282,4326,DMA-Cog,1,1072,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1201,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-mean,1,2399,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 17m, 27m and 27m in X, Y and Z axes.",42,9603,,,Derived at 63 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1202,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Bol,2,1049,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 11m and 14m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1203,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Chl N,3,2402,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1204,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Chl S,4,2403,For military purposes. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1205,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Col,5,1070,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1206,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Ecu,6,3241,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1207,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Guy,7,1114,"For military purposes. Accuracy 6m, 14m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",17,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1208,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Per,8,1189,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 6m, 8m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",16,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1209,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4248,4326,DMA-Ven,9,1251,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 9m, 14m and 15m in X, Y and Z axes.",23,9603,,,Derived at 24 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1210,POSGAR 94 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4694,4326,EPSG-Arg,1,1033,POSGAR 94 is a local realisation of WGS 84.,0.2,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2008-06-24,,1,0
+1211,Qornoq to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4287,4326,DMA-Grl S,1,2407,"For military purposes. Accuracy 25m, 25m and 32m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1212,SAD69 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-mean,1,1341,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m, 6m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 84 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1213,SAD69 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Arg,2,1033,For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 10 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1214,SAD69 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Bol,3,1049,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1215,SAD69 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Bra,4,1053,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1216,SAD69 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Chile,5,1066,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m, 8m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1217,SAD69 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Col,6,1070,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 6m, 6m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1218,SAD69 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Ecu,7,1085,For military purposes. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1219,SAD69 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Ecu Gal,8,2356,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1220,SAD69 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Guy,9,1114,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 9m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1221,SAD69 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Pgy,10,1188,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1222,SAD69 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Peru,11,1189,For military purposes. Accuracy 5m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1223,SAD69 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Tto,12,1235,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1224,SAD69 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4291,4326,DMA-Ven,13,1251,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1225,Sapper Hill 1943 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4292,4326,DMA-Flk E,1,2355,For military purposes. Accuracy 1m in each axis.,2,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1226,Schwarzeck to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4293,4326,DMA-Nam,1,1169,For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1227,Tananarive to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4297,4326,DMA-Mdg,1,1149,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.200 2005.210,1,0
+1228,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4298,4326,DMA-Borneo,1,1362,"For military purposes. Accuracy 10m, 10m and 12m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Derived at 8 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1229,TM65 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4299,4326,DMA-Ire,1,1305,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 December 1987.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,1
+1230,Tokyo to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Jpn Kor,1,2409,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m, 5m and 20m in X, Y and Z axes.",29,9603,,,Derived at 31 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,1997.060,1,0
+1231,Tokyo to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Jpn,2,1129,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 8m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",13,9603,,,Derived at 16 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1232,Tokyo to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Kor,3,1135,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 8m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.¶.",13,9603,,,Derived at 29 stations. Replaced by Tokyo to WGS 84 (5) (code 1305).,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,1997.060 2007.043,1,0
+1233,Tokyo to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4301,4326,DMA-Jpn Ok,4,2408,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m, 5m and 20m in X, Y and Z axes.",29,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+1234,Yacare to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4309,4326,DMA-Ury,1,1247,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1235,Zanderij to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4311,4326,DMA-Sur,1,1222,"For military purposes. Accuracy 5m, 5m and 8m in X, Y and Z axes.",11,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,OGP,OGP,2005-04-14,,1,0
+1236,AGD84 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4203,4326,Auslig-Aus old,2,2575,Preliminary estimate.,5,9607,,,"""Higgins parameters"". Replaced by AGD84 to GDA94 (2) (code 1280) and AGD84 to WGS 84 (7) (code 1669).",Australian Surveying and Land Information Group - www.auslig.gov.au/geodesy,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1237,WGS 72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4322,4326,DMA1,1,1262,For scientific purposes.,2,9606,,,,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,1996-12-12,,1,0
+1238,WGS 72 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4322,4326,DMA2,2,1262,For scientific purposes.,2,9606,,,,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,1996-12-12,,1,0
+1239,WGS 72BE to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4324,4322,DMA,1,1262,Geodesy.,2,9606,,,,,OGP,1996-12-12,,1,0
+1240,WGS 72BE to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4324,4326,DMA,1,2346,Geodesy.,2,9606,,,,,OGP,1996-12-12,,1,0
+1241,NAD27 to NAD83 (1),transformation,4267,4269,NGS-Usa Conus,1,2374,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.15m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",0.15,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov,OGP,2004-04-27,1998.201 1998.530 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1242,HD72 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4237,4326,ELTE-Hun 2004,4,1119,Accuracy at metre level throughout Hungary.,1,9603,,,Parameter value error in info source Hungarian text but correct in English summary. Replaces HD72 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1831).,Timar and Molnar in Geodezia es Kartografia 56(4):9-13.,OGP,2008-08-02,,1,0
+1243,NAD27 to NAD83 (2),transformation,4267,4269,NGS-Usa AK,2,2373,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.5m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. May be used as transformation to WGS 84 - see NAD27 to WGS 84 (85) (code 15864).,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov,OGP,2006-12-26,1998.201 1998.530 2000.140 2004 [...]
+1244,PZ-90 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4740,4326,GOST-Rus,2,1198,Geodetic applications. Accuracy better than 0.5 metre.,0.5,9607,,,"Mandated for use in Russia by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.","GOST R 51794-2001, approved by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.",OGP,2008-07-15,,1,0
+1245,ED50 to WGS 84 (16),transformation,4230,4326,DMA-Tun,16,1236,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1998-04-16,1998.110,1,0
+1246,Herat North to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4255,4326,DMA-Afg,1,1024,For military purposes only.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+1247,Kalianpur 1962 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4145,4326,DMA-Pak,1,1184,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Care! DMA ellipsoid is inconsistent with EPSG ellipsoid - transformation parameter values may not be appropriate. No accuracy estimate available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1999-10-20,1997.232 2005.210,1,0
+1248,ID74 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4238,4326,DMA-Idn,1,1122,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2006-08-25,2002.151 2006.810,1,0
+1249,NAD27 to WGS 84 (21),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-AK AluE,21,2387,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 6m, 8m and 10m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+1250,NAD27 to WGS 84 (22),transformation,4267,4326,DMA-AK AluW,22,2388,For military purposes. Accuracy 10m in each axis.,18,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+1251,NAD83 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4269,4326,DMA-AK Alu,2,2157,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m, 2m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 42 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+1252,NAD83 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4269,4326,DMA-USA Hi,3,1334,For military purposes only. Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+1253,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4307,4326,DMA-Alg,1,1026,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+1254,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4284,4326,DMA-Rus,1,1198,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+1255,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4307,4326,DMA-Dza N,2,1365,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,CAUTION: Source CRS described by DMA as from Voirol 1960. OGP believes that the data used in the derivation of these parameters contains a blunder. We recommend using transformation North Sahara 1959 to WGS84 (1) (code 1253). Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2000-06-23,1998.150 2000.470,1,0
+1256,Fahud to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4232,4326,DMA-Omn,1,1183,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 3m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.210,1,0
+1257,Pulkovo 1995 to PZ-90 (1),transformation,4200,4740,GOST-Rus,1,1198,Accuracy better than 1 metre.,1,9603,,,"Mandated for use in Russia by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.","GOST R 51794-2001, approved by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.",OGP,2008-07-15,,1,0
+1258,Bogota 1975 (Bogota) to Bogota 1975 (Greenwich),transformation,4802,4218,IGAC-Col,1,1070,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1259,Lisbon (Lisbon) to Lisbon (Greenwich),transformation,4803,4207,IGC-Prt,1,1294,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1260,Makassar (Jakarta) to Makassar (1),transformation,4804,4257,EPSG-Idn Sulawesi,1,1316,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,1999.790 2006.890,1,0
+1261,MGI (Ferro) to MGI (Greenwich),transformation,4805,4312,BEV-Aut balk,1,1166,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1262,Monte Mario (Rome) to Monte Mario (1),transformation,4806,4265,EPSG-Ita,1,1127,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,1998.370 1999.790 2006.890,1,0
+1263,Padang (Jakarta) to Padang (Greenwich),transformation,4808,4280,EPSG-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1264,Belge 1950 (Brussels) to Belge 1950 (1),transformation,4809,4215,IGN-Bel,1,1347,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,1999.790 2006.890,1,0
+1265,Tananarive (Paris) to Tananarive (1),transformation,4810,4297,EPSG-Mdg,1,1149,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,1999.790 2006.890,1,0
+1266,Voirol 1875 (Paris) to Voirol 1875 (1),transformation,4811,4304,IGN-Dza,1,2347,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,1999.790 2006.890,1,0
+1267,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (17),transformation,4284,4326,GOST-Rus,17,1198,Accuracy 4 metres.,4,9607,,,"Derived through concatenation of Pulkovo 1942 to PZ-90 (1) (tfm code 15844) and PZ-90 to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1244). Mandated for use in Russia by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.","GOST R 51794-2001, approved by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.",OGP,2008-07-15,,1,0
+1268,Batavia (Jakarta) to Batavia (Greenwich),transformation,4813,4211,EPSG-Idn Java,1,1285,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1269,RT38 (Stockholm) to RT38 (Greenwich),transformation,4814,4308,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1270,Greek (Athens) to Greek (Greenwich),transformation,4815,4120,NTU-Grc,1,1106,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,Topography Department; National Technical University of Athens.,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1271,Schwarzeck to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4293,4326,SLI-Nam,2,1169,?,999,9603,,,Beware!  Schwarzeck CRS uses German legal metres. Example: Schwarzeck Lat 19d 35m 46.952s S Long 20d 41m 50.649s E; X=5623409.40 Y=2124618.00 Z=-2125847.62 GLM; X=5623485.86 Y=2124646.89 Z=-2125876.53 m; WGS84 X=5624101.50 Y=2124748.97 Z=2126132.34 m.,Chief Directorate Surveys and Land Information; Mowbray; South Africa.,OGP,1997-11-13,1997.480,1,0
+1272,GGRS87 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4121,4326,Hel-Grc,1,1106,For applications requiring 1m or better accuracy.,1,9603,,,,Geodesy Department; Public Petroleum Corporation of Greece.,OGP,1997-06-16,,1,0
+1273,HD72 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4237,4258,ELTE-Hun,1,1119,?,,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation HD72 to WGS 84 - see code 1677.,http://lazarus.elte.hu/gb/geodez/geod5.htm,OGP,1997-11-13,1997.470,1,1
+1274,Pulkovo 1942 to LKS94 (1),transformation,4284,4669,HNIT-Ltu,1,1145,?,9,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 - see code 1679.,HNIT-BALTIC GeoInfoServisas.,OGP,2006-05-08,2006.310,1,0
+1275,ED50 to WGS 84 (17),transformation,4230,4326,IGN-Fra,17,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to ETRS89. See ED50 to ETRS89 (10) (code 1650).,IGN technical report 14 (January 1988).,OGP,2006-12-29,1998.110 2006.992,1,0
+1276,NTF to ED50 (1),transformation,4275,4230,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,,IGN technical report 7 (October 1981).,OGP,1997-11-13,,1,0
+1277,NTF to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4275,4322,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,,IGN technical report 7 (October 1981).,OGP,1997-11-13,,1,0
+1278,AGD66 to GDA94 (1),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-Aus 5m,1,2575,5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,Given to greater precision but no better accuracy at http://www.dehaa.sa.gov.au For higher accuracy requirements see various regional transformations. May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 15788. Derived at 162 stations.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2006-01-02,2005.860 2006.010,1,0
+1279,AGD84 to GDA94 (1),transformation,4203,4283,Auslig-Aus 5m,1,2575,5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,Derived at 327 stations. Given to greater precision but no better accuracy at http://www.dehaa.sa.gov.au May be taken as approximate transformation AGD84 to WGS 84 - see code 15789. For higher accuracy use AGD84 to GDA94 (1) (code xxxxx),GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2006-01-02,2005.860 2006.010,1,0
+1280,AGD84 to GDA94 (2),transformation,4203,4283,Auslig-Aus 1m,2,2575,1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Replaces AGD84 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1236). May be taken as approximate transformation AGD84 to WGS 84 - see code 1669.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2007-03-22,2006.010 2007.043,1,0
+1281,Pulkovo 1995 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4200,4326,GOST-Rus,1,1198,Accuracy 1 metre.,1,9607,,,"Derived through concatenation of Pulkovo 1995 to PZ-90 (1) (tfm code 1257) and PZ-90 to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1244). Mandated for use in Russia by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.","GOST R 51794-2001, approved by GosStandard of Russia Decree #327 of August 9, 2001.",OGP,2008-07-14,,1,0
+1282,Samboja to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4125,4326,TOT-Idn Mah,1,1328,Oil exploration.,,9603,,,Datum shift derived through ITRF93.,Total Indonesia.,OGP,2000-03-07,2000.230,1,1
+1283,LKS94 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4669,4326,HNIT-Ltu,1,1145,LKS94 is a realisation of ETRS89 coincident to WGS 84 within 1 metre. This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,HNIT-BALTIC GeoInfoServisas.,OGP,2006-05-08,1998.130 2006.310,1,0
+1284,Arc 1960 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4210,4326,NIMA-Ken,2,1132,"For military purposes. Accuracy 4m, 3m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",6,9603,,,Derived at 24 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1285,Arc 1960 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4210,4326,NIMA-Tza,3,1230,"For military purposes. Accuracy 6m, 9m and 10m in X, Y and Z axes.",15,9603,,,Derived at 12 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1286,Segora to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4294,4326,NIMA-Idn Kal,1,2354,For military purposes.,,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://164.214.2.59/geospatial/products/GandG/tr83502b/toc.html,OGP,1998-03-12,,1,1
+1287,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Hun,3,1119,For military purposes. Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-27,1998.110 2005.200 2005.210,1,1
+1288,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Pol,4,1192,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 4m, 2m and 4m in X, Y and Z axes.",6,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-27,1998.110 2005.200 2005.210,1,1
+1289,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Cze,5,1306,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m, 3m and 2m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2007-11-01,1998.110 2005.200 2005.210 2007.080,1,1
+1290,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Lva,6,1139,For military purposes. Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-27,1998.110 2005.200 2005.210,1,0
+1291,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Kaz,7,1131,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-27,1998.110 2005.200 2005.210,1,0
+1292,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Alb,8,1025,For military purposes. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-21,1998.110 2005.200 2005.210,1,1
+1293,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4284,4326,NIMA-Rom,9,1197,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 5m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/tr8350/tr8350_2.html,OGP,2005-05-27,1998.110 2005.200 2005.210,1,1
+1294,Voirol 1875 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4304,4326,NIMA-Dza N,1,2347,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,1998-03-12,,1,0
+1295,RGNC91-93 to NEA74 Noumea (4),transformation,4749,4644,ESRI-Ncl 0.05m,4,2823,Accuracy 5-10cm.,0.05,9615,,,Emulation using NTv2 method of tfm NEA74 Noumea to RGNC91-93 (3) (code 15943). Note reversal of sign of parameter values in grid file.,ESRI,OGP,2008-07-17,,1,0
+1296,Trinidad 1903 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4302,4326,Amoco-Tto Trin,1,1339,Oil exploration.,2,9603,,,Derived in 1989 by ONI for Amoco.,Trinidad Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries.,OGP,1998-11-11,1998.380,1,0
+1297,Tete to Moznet (1),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz,1,1167,Residuals as high as 30 metres.,30,9607,,,Mean of 32 stations. To reduce the size of the residuals; four regional parameter sets (see codes 1298-1301) were developed. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1683.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,OGP,2007-03-22,2006.760 2007.043,1,0
+1298,Tete to Moznet (2),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz A,2,2350,Residuals are generally under 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Mean of 9 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1684.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,OGP,2006-08-18,2006.760,1,0
+1299,Tete to Moznet (3),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz B,3,2351,Residuals are generally under 4 metres.,4,9607,,,Mean of 6 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1685.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,OGP,2006-08-18,2006.760,1,0
+1300,Tete to Moznet (4),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz C,4,2352,Residuals are generally under 3 metres.,3,9607,,,Mean of 11 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1686.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,OGP,2006-08-18,2006.760,1,0
+1301,Tete to Moznet (5),transformation,4127,4130,DNGC-Moz D,5,2353,Residuals are 5-10 metres.,10,9607,,,Mean of 7 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation Tete to WGS 84 - see code 1687.,Direcção Nacional de Geografia e Cadastral (DINAGECA).,OGP,2006-08-18,2006.760,1,0
+1302,Moznet to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4130,4326,EPSG-Moz,1,1167,For many purposes Moznet can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84. Accuracy better than 1 metre.,1,9607,,,,OGP,OGP,1998-04-16,,1,0
+1303,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4284,4326,KCS-Kaz Cas,10,2405,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9606,,,Mean of 13 stations along entire Kazak coastline.,KazakCaspiShelf consortium.,OGP,2000-02-02,2000.050,1,0
+1304,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4240,4326,NIMA-Tha,2,1231,"For military purposes. Accuracy 3m, 2m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",5,9603,,,Derived at 62 stations. Replaces Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1154).,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.200 2005.460 2007.043,1,0
+1305,Tokyo to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4301,4326,NIMA-Kor,5,1135,For military purposes. Accuracy 2m in each axis.,4,9603,,,Derived at 29 stations. Replaces Tokyo to WGS 84 (3) (code 1232).,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.200 2005.460 2007.043,1,0
+1306,MGI to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4312,4326,NIMA-balk,1,2370,For military purposes only.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.200 2005.210 2005.460 2009.015,1,1
+1307,Naparima 1972 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4271,4326,NIMA-Tto Tob,3,1322,For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,(1) See remarks for tfm code 1192. (2) Naparima 1972 is an extension to Tobago of the Napaima 1955 geographic CRS of Trindad. In Trinidad this transformation may also be considered to use Napaima 1955 (code 4158) as its source CRS: see tfm code 1556.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1308,NAD83 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4269,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF94,4,1323,Historical record only - superseded - see remarks.,,9607,,,Strictly between NAD83 and ITRF94(1996.0). Superseded by NAD83 to WGS 84 (5) (code 1515).,US National Geodetic Survey http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,OGP,1999-04-22,1999.120 1999.380,1,1
+1309,DHDN to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W,1,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 5 m level.,5,9607,,,Mean of 69 stations. May be taken as approximate tfm DHDN to WGS 84 (code 1673). Replaced by DHDN to ETRS89 (2) (tfm code 1776) and regional higher accuracy tfms. Note: these later tfms have been published using the Position Vector method.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig.,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.720 2004.090 2005.180 2007.043,1,0
+1310,Pulkovo 1942 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4284,4258,IfAG-Deu E,1,1343,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9607,,,Mean of 20 stations.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig.,OGP,2000-10-19,2000.720,1,1
+1311,ED50 to WGS 84 (18),transformation,4230,4326,UKOOA-CO,18,2342,Recommended transformation for UKCS and IrishCS petroleum purposes.,1,9606,,,Based on ED50 to WGS72 (precise ephemeris) 6-nations agreement of 1981 to which precise to broadcast and broadcast to WGS 84 transformations have been concatenated.,The Hydrographic Journal; vol 52 page 50.,OGP,2006-10-13,2004.480 2006.890,1,0
+1312,NAD27 to NAD83 (3),transformation,4267,4269,GC-Can NT1,3,1061,Historic record only - now superseded - see remarks.,1,9614,,,Uses NTv1 method. Replaced in Quebec by code 1462 and elsewhere in 1997 by NTv2 (transformation code 1313). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geomatics Canada - Geodetic Survey Division.,OGP,2007-03-22,1998.570 2000.140 2007.043,1,0
+1313,NAD27 to NAD83 (4),transformation,4267,4269,GC-Can NT2,4,1061,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NTv2 data files. Replaces NTv1 (transformation code 1312) except in Quebec. Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS NAD27 (code 4267) and (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. May be used as tfm to WGS 84 - see code 1693.,http://www.geod.nrcan.gc.ca/products/html-public/GSDapps/English/NTv2_Fact_Sheet.html,OGP,2006-12-29,1998.570 2000.140 2006.993,1,0
+1314,OSGB 1936 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4277,4326,UKOOA-Pet,6,2394,Oil exploration. Accuracy better than 4m and generally better than 2m.,2,9606,,,For a more accurate transformation see OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (2) (code 1039): contact the Ordnance Survey of Great Britain (http://www.gps.gov.uk/gpssurveying.asp) for details.,UK Offshore Operators Association. Also at EuroGeographics at http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu,OGP,2005-05-27,2002.620 2005.180,1,0
+1315,OSGB 1936 to ED50 (UKOOA),transformation,4277,4230,UKOOA-UKCS,1,2394,For oil exploration. Accuracy better than 4m and generally better than 2m.,2,9606,,,This transformation is concatenated from OSGB36 to WGS 84 (Petroleum) (code 1314) minus ED50 to WGS 84 (Common Offshore) (code 1311).,UK Offshore Operators Association.,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,0
+1316,Manoca to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4260,4326,SCS-Cmr,1,1060,?,999,9603,,,,Stolt Comex Seaway and Geoid for Elf.,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,1
+1317,Camacupa to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4220,4324,GSI-Ago,1,1604,Oil exploration.,10,9603,,,Derived by Geophysical Services Inc. in 1979 from mean of Transit results at 7 stations.,OGP,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,0
+1318,Camacupa to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4220,4326,CON-Ago B5,1,2316,Used for oil exploration by Conoco.,10,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,0
+1319,Camacupa to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4220,4326,TEX-Ago B2,2,2317,Used for oil exploration by Texaco.,25,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,0
+1320,Camacupa to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4220,4326,SHL-Ago old,3,2321,Oil exploration prior to 1994.,10,9606,,,Replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (9). Used by Shell prior to 1994.,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,1998.560 2007.043,1,0
+1321,Camacupa to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4220,4326,GSI-Ago,4,2320,Oil exploration.,10,9603,,,"Derived as mean of 123 Transit passes at station Cabo Ledo NE base in November 1990. Used by Elf for block 7 up to December 1992 then replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (7). Used by Total in block 8, ExxonMobil block 24, Western Geophysical for spec. data.",OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.160 2007.043,1,0
+1322,Camacupa to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B3 old,5,2318,Oil exploration.,3,9603,,,Derived at station Djeno during coordination of platform PAL F2 in February 1992. Used by Elf for block 3 up to December 1992 then replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (7).,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1323,Camacupa to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B7 old,6,2319,Used for oil exploration by Elf for 1993 block 7 shallow water survey.,8,9603,,,Derived at Luanda observatory December 1992.,OGP,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,0
+1324,Camacupa to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B15,7,2322,"Used for oil exploration by Elf for blocks 3, 7 and 17 between December 1992 and 1994 then superseded by Camacupa to WGS 84 (10). Used by Exxon for block 15 since 1993.",3,9603,,,"Derived at platform PAL F2 in December 1992. For use in blocks 3, 7 and 17, replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (10) (code 1327).",OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1325,Camacupa to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago B2 old,8,2317,Oil exploration between December 1992 and 1994.,3,9603,,,Derived at platform PAL F2 in December 1992. Used by Total for block 2 between December 1992 and 1994 then replaced by Camacupa to WGS 84 (10).,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1326,Camacupa to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4220,4326,SHL-Ago B16,9,2323,Used by Shell since 1994.,10,9606,,,Derived by GPS on two Topnav DGPS reference stations at Djeno and Luanda. Replaces Camacupa to WGS 84 (3). In block 18 replaced by BP from 1999 by Camacupa to WGS 84 (10).,OGP,OGP,2007-07-19,1998.560 2007.043 2007.066,1,0
+1327,Camacupa to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4220,4326,ELF-Ago N,10,2324,Used for oil exploration by Elf in blocks 3 and 17 since 1994. Used by Total in block 2 since 1994. Adopted by BP-Amoco Elf and Exxon for blocks 18 and 31-33 in 1999.,5,9603,,,Derived at platform PAL F2 in 1994 by Topnav using Doris.,OGP,OGP,2007-07-19,2007.066,1,0
+1328,Malongo 1987 to Mhast (1),transformation,4259,4264,CHV-Ago Cab,1,1317,Used for oil exploration.,0,9603,,,Malongo 1987 is an offshore extension of Mhast adopted by Chevron in 1987.,OGP,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,1
+1329,Mhast to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4264,4326,CHV-Ago Cab,1,1317,"Used for oil exploration by Chevron until superseded in 1990 by trf Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2), code 1557.",10,9603,,,"Superseded in 1990 by trf Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2), code 1557. Malongo 1987 is an offshore extension of the Mhast cooordinate system.",Chevron.,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,1
+1330,Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4259,4326,CHV-Ago Cab89,1,3180,Offshore oil exploration and production between April 1989 and June 1990.,10,9603,,,Derived at Station Y in April 1989 using 572 transit satellite passes. Computed value for dZ was -96.42 but -96.38 has been utilised. Replaced Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (3) (code 15791) in 1989. Replaced by Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1557) in 1990.,Chevron.,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1331,EST92 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4133,4258,UT-Est,1,1090,?,0.1,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,OGP,2005-09-29,2000.720 2005.460,1,0
+1332,Pulkovo 1942 to EST92 (1),transformation,4284,4133,UT-Est,1,1090,?,9,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.460,1,0
+1333,EST92 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4133,4326,UT-Est,1,1090,?,0.5,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.460,1,0
+1334,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4284,4326,UT-Est,12,1090,?,9,9607,,,,http://www.geo.ut.ee/,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.460,1,0
+1335,Tokyo to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4301,4326,GSI-Jpn 452141,6,2425,For medium accuracy.,2,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.460,1,1
+1336,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (7),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 452142,7,2426,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1337,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (8),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 444141,8,2427,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1338,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (9),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 444142,9,2428,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1339,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (10),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440141,10,2429,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1340,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (11),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440142,11,2430,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1341,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (12),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440143,12,2431,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1342,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (13),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 440144,13,2432,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1343,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (14),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432141,14,2433,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1344,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (15),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432142,15,2434,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1345,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (16),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432143,16,2435,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1346,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (17),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432144,17,2436,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1347,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (18),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 432145,18,2437,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1348,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (19),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424140,19,2438,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1349,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (20),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424141,20,2439,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,1999.770 2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1350,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (21),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424142,21,2440,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1351,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (22),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424143,22,2441,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1352,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (23),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424144,23,2442,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1353,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (24),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 424145,24,2443,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1354,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (25),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420139,25,2444,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1355,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (26),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420140,26,2445,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1356,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (27),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420141,27,2446,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1357,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (28),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420142,28,2447,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1358,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (29),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 420143,29,2448,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1359,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (30),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 412140,30,2449,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1360,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (31),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 412141,31,2450,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1361,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (32),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 404140,32,2451,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1362,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (33),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 404141,33,2452,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1363,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (34),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 400139,34,2453,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1364,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (35),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 400140,35,2454,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1365,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (36),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 400141,36,2455,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1366,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (37),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 392139,37,2456,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1367,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (38),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 392140,38,2457,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1368,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (39),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 392141,39,2458,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1369,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (40),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 384139,40,2459,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1370,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (41),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 384140,41,2460,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1371,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (42),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 384141,42,2461,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1372,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (43),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 380139,43,2462,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1373,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (44),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 380140,44,2463,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1374,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (45),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 380141,45,2464,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1375,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (46),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372136,46,2465,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1376,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (47),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372137,47,2466,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1377,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (48),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372138,48,2467,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1378,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (49),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372139,49,2468,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1379,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (50),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372140,50,2469,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1380,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (51),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 372141,51,2470,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1381,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (52),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364136,52,2471,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1382,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (53),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364137,53,2472,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1383,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (54),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364138,54,2473,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1384,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (55),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364139,55,2474,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1385,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (56),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 364140,56,2475,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1386,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (57),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360136,57,2476,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1387,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (58),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360137,58,2477,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1388,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (59),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360138,59,2478,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1389,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (60),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360139,60,2479,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1390,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (61),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 360140,61,2480,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1391,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (62),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352132,62,2481,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1392,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (63),transformation,7414,4979,GSI-Jpn 352133,63,2482,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1393,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (64),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352134,64,2483,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1394,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (65),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352135,65,2484,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1395,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (66),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352136,66,2485,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1396,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (67),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352137,67,2486,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1397,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (68),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352138,68,2487,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1398,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (69),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352139,69,2488,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1399,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (70),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 352140,70,2489,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1400,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (71),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344132,71,2490,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1401,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (72),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344133,72,2491,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1402,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (73),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344134,73,2492,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1403,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (74),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344135,74,2493,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1404,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (75),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344136,75,2494,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1405,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (76),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344137,76,2495,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1406,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (77),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344138,77,2496,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1407,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (78),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344139,78,2497,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1408,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (79),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 344140,79,2498,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1409,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (80),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340130,80,2499,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1410,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (81),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340131,81,2500,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1411,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (82),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340132,82,2501,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1412,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (83),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340133,83,2502,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1413,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (84),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340134,84,2503,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1414,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (85),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340135,85,2504,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1415,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (86),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340136,86,2505,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1416,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (87),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340137,87,2506,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1417,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (88),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 340138,88,2507,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1418,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (89),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332129,89,2508,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1419,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (90),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332130,90,2509,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1420,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (91),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332131,91,2510,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1421,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (92),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332132,92,2511,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1422,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (93),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332133,93,2512,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1423,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (94),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332134,94,2513,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1424,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (95),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332135,95,2514,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1425,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (96),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 332136,96,2515,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1426,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (97),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324129,97,2516,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1427,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (98),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324130,98,2517,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1428,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (99),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324131,99,2518,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1429,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (100),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324132,100,2519,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1430,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (101),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324133,101,2520,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1431,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (102),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 324134,102,2521,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1432,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (103),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 320130,103,2522,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1433,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (104),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 320131,104,2523,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1434,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (105),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 320132,105,2524,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1435,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (106),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 312130,106,2525,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1436,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (107),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 312131,107,2526,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2002.080 2004.380,1,1
+1437,RT90 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4124,4258,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Accuracy 0.5m.,0.5,9607,,,Derived at 22 points in 1993. Replaced by RT90 to SWEREF99 (1) (code 1895) from 2001.¶This transformation is actually between ETRS89 and RR92. RR92 is a geographic 3D CRS where the horizontal component is RT90.,National Land Survey of Sweden.,OGP,2007-03-22,1999.110 2000.720 2002.480 2007.043,1,0
+1438,Fahud to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4232,4326,PDO-Omn,2,1183,Oil exploration.,25,9606,,,,Petroleum Development Oman,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1439,PSD93 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4134,4326,PDO-Omn 97,1,1183,Oil exploration. Residuals 0.5m at 67% probability level.,0.5,9606,,,Replaced PSD93 to WGS 84 (2) (code 8581) in 1997.,Petroleum Development Oman,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.280 2007.043,1,0
+1440,ED50 to WGS 84 (19),transformation,4230,4326,HEL-Grc,19,1106,Used in oil industry.,999,9603,,,,Geodesy Department; Hellenic Petroleum s.a.,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1441,Antigua 1943 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4601,4326,DOS-Atg Ant,1,1273,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1442,Dominica 1945 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4602,4326,DOS-Dma,1,1082,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1443,Grenada 1953 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4603,4326,DOS-Grd,1,3118,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1444,Montserrat 1958 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4604,4326,DOS-Msr,1,1165,Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 satellite station.,NIMA TR8350.2 revision 2 via Ordnance Survey of Great Britain.,OGP,2007-01-04,2002.760 2006.020 2006.890,1,0
+1445,St. Kitts 1955 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4605,4326,DOS-Kna,1,1200,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1446,St. Lucia 1955 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4606,4326,DOS-Lca,1,1201,?,10,9603,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1447,Anguilla 1957 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4600,4326,DOS-Aia,1,1030,?,10,9619,,,,Ordnance Survey of Great Britain,OGP,1999-04-22,,1,0
+1448,HD72 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4237,4326,ELTE-Hun 2003,3,1119,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9607,,,Parameter values taken from HD72 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1449) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces HD72 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1830).,"Timar and Molnar, ""Standardization problems of the HD72 to ETRS89 transformation"" in Geodezia es Kartografia 54(12):28-30.  www.fomi.hu/intern [...]
+1449,HD72 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4237,4258,MSZ-Hun,2,1119,"Throughout Hungary the average horizontal error of the transformation is 0.19 m, the maximum is 0.41 m.",0.4,9607,,,"Derived at 1153 stations of the Hungarian National GPS Network. Values here correct parameter errors given in Hungarian standard MSZ 7222:2002. Replaces HD72 to ETRS89 (1), code 1829. May be taken as approximate tfm HD72 to WGS 84 - see tfm code 1448.","Timar and Molnar, ""Standardization problems of the HD72 [...]
+1450,ED50 to WGS 84 (20),transformation,4230,4326,NMA-Nor 6265W,20,2333,Oil exploration before 1997/2001.,0.5,9620,,,Valid 1991-1997. Replaced in 1997 by ED50 to WGS 84 (22) (code 1590) and in 2001 by ED50 to WGS 84 (23) (code 1612).,"Norwegian Mapping Authority note of 13-Feb-1991 ""Om Transformasjon mellom Geodetiske Datum i Norge"".",OGP,2007-03-22,2000.140 2007.043,1,0
+1451,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (1),transformation,4609,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT1,1,1368,Historic record only - now superseded - see remarks.,1,9614,,,Replaced by NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (2) (code 1575). Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs CGQ77 (code 4609) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.140 2007.043,1,0
+1452,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (1),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 1,1,2578,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9990153250° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+1453,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (2),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 2,2,2579,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9987988952° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+1454,Old Hawaiian to NAD83 (1),transformation,4135,4269,NGS-Usa HI,1,1334,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,0.2,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs Old Hawaiian (code 4135) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. NADCON data converts from Old Hawaiian Datum but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov,OGP,2004-04-27,2000.140 2004.182 2004.360,1,0
+1455,St. Lawrence Island to NAD83 (1),transformation,4136,4269,NGS-Usa AK StL,1,1332,Accuracy 0.5m at 67% confidence level.,0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs St. Lawrence (code 4136) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. NADCON data converts from St. Lawrence Datum to but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov,OGP,2004-04-27,2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1456,St. Paul Island to NAD83 (1),transformation,4137,4269,NGS-Usa AK StP,1,1333,Accuracy 0.5m at 67% confidence level.,0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs St. Paul (code 4137) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. NADCON data converts from St. Paul Datum to but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov,OGP,2004-04-27,2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1457,St. George Island to NAD83 (1),transformation,4138,4269,NGS-Usa AK StG,1,1331,Accuracy 0.5m at 67% confidence level.,0.5,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs St. George (code 4138) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. NADCON data converts from St. George Datum to but makes the transformation appear to be from NAD27.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov,OGP,2004-04-27,2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1458,AGD66 to GDA94 (2),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-ACT 1m,2,2283,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in A.C.T. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1665.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2006-01-02,2005.860 2006.010,1,0
+1459,AGD66 to GDA94 (3),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-Tas 1m old,3,1282,1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Replaced in 2000 by AGD66 to GDA94 (8) (code 1594). Application gives result differences which are sub-metre.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.680 2006.010 2007.043,1,0
+1460,AGD66 to GDA94 (4),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-NSW Vic 1m,4,2286,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in NSW and Victoria. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1666.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2006-01-02,2005.860 2006.010,1,0
+1461,Puerto Rico to NAD83 (1),transformation,4139,4269,NGS-PRVI,1,1335,Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Puerto Rico-WGS 84 - see code 15841.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov,OGP,2004-04-27,2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1462,NAD27 to NAD83 (5),transformation,4267,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT1,5,1368,Historic record only - now superseded - see remarks.,1,9614,,,Densification for Quebec of code 1312. Replaced by NAD27 to NAD83 (6) (code 1573). Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.140 2007.043,1,0
+1463,NAD27(76) to NAD83 (1),transformation,4608,4269,SGQ-Can Ont,1,1367,?,1,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27(76) (code 4608) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east. May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27(76) to WGS 84 - see code 1690.,Geodetic Survey of Canada  http://www.geod.nrcan.gc.ca/,OGP,2005-09-29,2000.140 2005.460,1,0
+1464,AGD66 to GDA94 (5),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Aus Vic old,5,2285,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (10) (code 1596) and then by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,Office of Surveyor General Victoria; http://www.land.vic.gov.au/,OGP,2005-09-29,1999.670 2000.140 2000.680 2005.460,1,0
+1465,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (3),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 3,3,2582,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9990080921° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+1466,NGO 1948 (Oslo) to NGO1948 (Greenwich),transformation,4817,4273,NGO-Nor,1,1352,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,"J. Danielsen; ""Transformasjoner ved Norges Geografiske Oppmåling""; Kart Og Plan nr 1; 1982.",OGP,1999-11-12,1999.790,1,1
+1467,NTF (Paris) to NTF (Greenwich) (1),transformation,4807,4275,IGN-Fra,1,1096,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.630 1999.790,1,1
+1468,NTF (Paris) to NTF (Greenwich) (2),transformation,4807,4275,RGS,2,1096,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,OGP prefers value from IGN Paris (code 1467).,Royal Geographic Society; London,OGP,1999-11-12,1999.630 1999.790,1,1
+1469,Locodjo 1965 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4142,4326,IGN-Civ,1,2282,?,999,9603,,,,IGN Paris,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+1470,Abidjan 1987 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4143,4326,IGN-Civ,1,2282,?,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+1471,MGI to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4312,4326,BEV-Aut,1,1037,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,,9606,,,,Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+1472,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4122,4140,GIC-Can NB,1,1447,?,,9615,,,Introduced in 1999. Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1688.,New Brunswick Geographic Information Corporation land and water information standards manual.,OGP,2000-10-19,2000.140 2000.660,1,1
+1473,NAD83(CSRS98) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4140,4326,EPSG-Can,1,1336,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,9603,,,For many purposes NAD83(CSRS98) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+1474,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (1),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa AL,1,1372,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east. May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1717.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1475,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (2),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa AZ,2,1373,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1728.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1476,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (3),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa CA n,3,2297,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1739.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1477,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (4),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa CA s,4,2298,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1750.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1478,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (5),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa CO,5,1376,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1712.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1479,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (6),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa GA,6,1380,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1713.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1480,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (7),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa FL,7,1379,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1714.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1481,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (8),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT e,8,2382,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east. May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1715.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1482,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (9),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT w,9,2383,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1716.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1483,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (10),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa KY,10,1386,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1718.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1484,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (11),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa LA,11,1387,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1719.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1485,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (12),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa DE MD,12,2377,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1720.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1486,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (13),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ME,13,1388,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1721.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1487,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (14),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MI,14,1391,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1722.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1488,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (15),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MS,15,1393,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1723.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1489,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (16),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NE,16,1396,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1724.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1490,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (17),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NewEng,17,2378,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1725.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1491,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (18),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NM,18,1400,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1726.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1492,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (19),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NY,19,1401,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1727.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1493,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (20),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa ND,20,1403,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1729.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1494,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (21),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa OK,21,1405,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1730.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1495,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (22),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-PRVI,22,1335,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1731.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1496,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (23),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa SD,23,1410,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1732.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1497,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (24),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa TN,24,1411,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1733.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1498,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (25),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa TX e,25,2379,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1734.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1499,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (26),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa TX w,26,2380,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1735.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1500,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (27),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa VA,27,1415,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1736.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1501,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (28),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa OR WA,28,2381,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1737.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1502,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (29),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa WI,29,1418,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1738.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1503,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (30),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa WY,30,1419,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1740.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,1999.931 2000.140 2004.360,1,0
+1504,Cape to Hartebeesthoek94 (1),transformation,4222,4148,DSM-Zaf,1,1215,?,15,9603,,,Residuals should not exceed 15 metres. Also used to transform Cape to WGS 84 - see code 1129.,Directorate of Surveys and Mapping; http://w3sli.wcape.gov.za/surveys/mapping/wgs84.htm,OGP,2000-01-06,1999.960,1,0
+1505,Hartebeesthoek94 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4148,4326,EPSG-Zaf,1,1215,For many purposes Hartebeesthoek94 datum can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2000-01-06,1999.960,1,0
+1506,AGD66 to GDA94 (6),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Tas 0.1m,6,1282,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,http://www.delm.tas.gov.au/osg/Geodetic_transform.htm,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.140 2007.043,1,0
+1507,AGD66 to GDA94 (7),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-NT 0.1m,7,2284,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.140 2006.010 2007.043,1,0
+1508,CH1903 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 1,1,1286,?,,9607,,,Implemented in Bundesamt für Landestopographie programme GRANIT.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie. Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+1509,CH1903+ to CHTRF95 (1),transformation,4150,4151,BfL-CH,1,1286,For applications to an accuracy of 0.1 metres.,0.1,9603,,,This transformation is also given as CH1903+ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1647). CHTRF95 is a realisation of ETRS89. May be taken as approximate transformation CH1903+ to WGS 84 - see code 1676.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie. Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+1510,CH1903 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 2,2,1286,Accuracy 1.5 metres.,,9603,,,These parameters are strictly between CH1903+ and CHTRF95 but are used from CH1903 as an approximation which is within the accuracy of the distortions in the CH1903 network.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie. Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+1511,CHTRF95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4151,4326,EPSG-CH,1,1286,For many purposes CHTRF95 can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+1512,Rassadiran to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4153,4326,TOT-Irn Taheri,1,1338,Oil industry engineering survey. Used only for terminal site.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in 1998 at Assaluyeh (Taheri refinery) by Geoid for Total. Used for South Pars phases 2 and 3.,Total-Fina,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+1513,FD58 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4132,4326,TOT-Irn Kangan,1,2362,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in 1998 in Kangan district by Geoid for Total. Used for South Pars phases 2 and 3.,Total-Fina,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+1514,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4154,4326,NCCI-Irn,1,1123,Transformation for whole country: accuracy about 1m.,1,9606,,,"Used for South Pars phases 6, 7 and 8.",National Cartographic Centre of Iran,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+1515,NAD83 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4269,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF96,5,1323,Geodesy.,,9607,,,Strictly between NAD83 and ITRF96(1997.0). Supersedes NAD83 to WGS 84 (4) (code 1308)., http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,OGP,1999-11-05,,1,1
+1516,La Canoa to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4247,4326,LAG-Ven E,1,2363,Parameter values estimated accuracy: ± 2.0m; ± 2.7m; ± 1.3m respectively.,2.5,9603,,,Also used for PSAD56 to WGS 84 transformations.,"Lagoven; Gonzalez Losano y Rodriguez; ""Determination de los Parametros de Transformacion para el Oriente del Pais""; VII Venezuelan Geophysical Congress; September 1994.",OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,0
+1517,Conakry 1905 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4315,4326,IGN-Gin,1,1112,?,30,9603,,,,IGN Paris,OGP,1999-12-09,,1,0
+1518,Dabola 1981 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4155,4326,IGN-Gin,1,1112,Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,,NIMA TR8350.2 2nd edition via IGN Paris,OGP,2002-09-19,2002.760,1,0
+1519,Bern 1898 (Bern) to CH1903 (Greenwich),transformation,4801,4149,BfL-CH,1,1286,Change of prime meridian.,,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,1999-12-09,,1,1
+1520,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (31),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa HI,31,1334,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1741.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1521,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (32),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa IN,32,1383,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1742.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1522,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (33),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa KS,33,1385,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1743.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1523,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (34),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NV,34,1397,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1744.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1524,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (35),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa OH,35,1404,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1745.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1525,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (36),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa UT,36,1413,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1746.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1526,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (37),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa WV,37,1417,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1747.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1527,Campo Inchauspe to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4221,4326,TOT-Arg Neu,2,2325,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived through ties at 2 stations (Cerro Colorado and Chihuido Sur) to 4 IGS stations in February 1995,Total-Fina,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1528,Chos Malal 1914 to Campo Inchauspe (1),transformation,4160,4221,TOT-Arg Neu,1,2325,Oil exploration. Accuracy 10 metres.,10,9603,,,Derived through common coordinates at 5 stations.,Total-Fina,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1529,Hito XVIII to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4254,4326,TOT-Arg TdF,1,2357,Oil exploration.,0.5,9606,,,"Derived through ties at 3 stations (RC03, TOTAL11 and MP12) to 3 IGS stations in November 1995",Total-Fina,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1530,NAD27 to WGS 84 (30),transformation,4267,4326,ICH-Cub,30,1077,Accuracy 3m.,3,9603,,,,Institut Cubano di Hidrografia (ICH),OGP,2008-04-11,2008.024,1,0
+1531,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4270,4326,TOT-UAE Abk,4,2392,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Parameter values adopted by Total are mean of those derived by Oceonics and Geoid through ties at platform AK1 to 4 IGS stations in March 1995.,Total-Fina,OGP,2007-04-20,2007.010,1,0
+1532,M'poraloko to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4266,4326,Elf-Gab94,2,1100,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived as mean of Doris determinations at 3 stations in Port Gentil area in 1994.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1533,Kalianpur 1937 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4144,4326,TOT-Mmr Moat,2,2361,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Total-Fina,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1534,Minna to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nig S,3,2371,Oil exploration.,,9606,,,,Shell Petroleum Development Company,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1535,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (4),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 4,4,2583,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9991387616° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+1536,Nahrwan 1967 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4270,4326,B&R-Qat off,5,2406,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived by Brown & Root in 1992 for Qatar General Petroleum Corporation North Field development. Adopted by QGPC for all offshore Qatar.,Qatar General Petroleum Corporation and Total-Fina,OGP,2006-01-30,2000.530 2006.090,1,0
+1537,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4240,4326,Fug-Tha,3,2358,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived in 1995 at point RTSD181.,Total-Fina,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1538,Carthage to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4223,4326,Elf-Tun,2,1489,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived at station Chaffar January 1995.,Total / Elf,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1539,South Yemen to Yemen NGN96 (1),transformation,4164,4163,IGN-Yem South,1,1340,?,5,9603,,,May be used as an approximate transformation to WGS 84 - see South Yemen to WGS 84 (1) (code 1682).,IGN Paris,OGP,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
+1540,Yemen NGN96 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4163,4326,IGN-Yem,1,1257,Accuracy better than 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1541,Indian 1960 to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4131,4324,PV-Vnm,1,1495,Oil exploration.,25,9603,,,Derived in Vung Tau area by Technical Navigation for Deminex in 1978.,PetroVietnam,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1542,Indian 1960 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4131,4326,DMA-Vnm 16N,2,2359,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1543,Indian 1960 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4131,4326,DMA-Vnm ConSon,3,2360,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of August 1993.,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1544,Hanoi 1972 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4147,4326,BP-Vnm,1,1494,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,Derived in Vung Tau area.,BP Amoco,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1545,Egypt 1907 to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4229,4322,MCE-Egy,1,1086,?,5,9603,,,,UK Mapping and Charting Establishment,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1546,Egypt 1907 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4229,4326,Racal-Egy GoS,3,2341,Used for oil exploration by GUPCO.,30,9603,,,,Maridive,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1547,Bissau to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4165,4326,DMA-Gnb,1,1113,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 second edition September 1991,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1548,SAD69 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4291,4326,IGBE-Bra,14,1053,Medium and small scale mapping.,,9603,,,Derived by Brazilean Institute of Geography and Statistics (IGBE) in 1989. Used by ANP.,Agencia Nacional do Petroleo (ANP).,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1549,Aratu to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra Camp,1,2307,Oil exploration.,999,9603,,,,Petrobras.,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+1550,Aratu to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra TucN,2,2308,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Petrobras.,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1551,Aratu to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra TucC,3,2309,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Petrobras.,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1552,Aratu to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4208,4326,PB-Bra TucS,4,2310,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Petrobras.,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+1553,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (38),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa IL,38,1382,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1748.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1554,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (39),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa NJ,39,1399,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1749.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1555,Naparima 1955 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4158,4326,Amoco-Tto Trin,2,3143,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived in 1989 by ONI for Amoco.,Trinidad Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries.,OGP,2000-03-07,2000.351,1,0
+1556,Naparima 1955 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4158,4326,NIMA-Tto Trin,3,3143,For military purposes only. Accuracy given by NIMA 15m in each axis. EPSG believes there is an 8-10m blunder in dX.,26,9603,,,Described by NIMA as Naparima to WGS 84. In Trinidad the source CRS is better known as Naparima 1955. EPSG has duplicated the tfm using the alternative source CRSs. See also tfm code 1307.,EPSG after U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2000.351 2005.200,1,0
+1557,Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4259,4326,CHV-Ago Cab90,2,3180,Offshore oil exploration and production from June 1990.,5,9603,,,Derived at station Y in July 1990 through Transit single point positioning using 187 passes by Geodetic Survey Ltd. Replaces Malongo 1987 to WGS 84 (1) (trf code 1330).,Chevron.,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.751 2007.043,1,0
+1558,Korean 1995 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4166,4326,NIMA-Kor,1,1135,For military purposes. Accuracy 1m in each axis.,2,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.200 2005.460,1,0
+1559,AGD84 to GDA94 (3),transformation,4203,4283,DOLA-Aus WA 0.1m old,3,1280,0.1m accuracy.,,9615,,,Withdrawn and replaced by AGD84 to GDA94 (4) (code 1593) due to binary file format error. Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD84 (code 4203) and GDA94 (code 4283) have longitudes positive east.,http://www.dola.wa.gov.au/lotl/survey_geodesy/gda1994/download.html,OGP,2007-03-22,2000.680 2002.060 2007.043,1,0
+1560,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4307,4324,CGG-Alg HM,1,2393,Oil exploration.,8,9603,,,Derived at IGN monument CFP19 using Transit.,Various oil company sources.,OGP,2000-06-23,,1,0
+1561,Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4285,4326,DMA-Qat,1,1195,For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.200 2005.210,1,0
+1562,Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4285,4326,B&R-Qat off,2,2406,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived by Brown & Root in 1992 for Qatar General Petroleum Corporation.,Qatar General Petroleum Corporation and Total-Fina,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1563,Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4285,4326,CGIS-Qat,3,1346,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived by Qatar Centre for GIS. See Qatar 1974 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1562) for transformation used by QGPC for offshore petroleum industry.,Qatar Centre for GIS,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1564,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4272,4326,OSG-Nzl 4m,2,3285,Transformation accuracy about 4 metres.,4,9607,,,These parameter values are taken from NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (2) (code 1701) and assume that NZGD2000 and WGS 84 are coincident to within the accuracy of the transformation. For improved accuracy use NZGD49 to WGS 84 (4) (code 1670).,Land Information New Zealand: LINZS25000 Standard for New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000; 16 November 2007.,OGP,2008-04-04,2008.023,1,0
+1565,NZGD2000 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4167,4326,OSG-Nzl,1,1175,Assumes NZGD2000 is coincident to WGS 84 to the 1m accuracy level.,1,9603,,,,Land Information New Zealand: LINZS25000 Standard for New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000; 16 November 2007.,OGP,2008-04-04,2005.460 2008.023,1,0
+1566,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (1),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 5m,1,3285,5m accuracy.,5,9603,,,For better accuracy use NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (4) (code 1701) or NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568).,Land Information New Zealand: LINZS25000 Standard for New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000; 16 November 2007.,OGP,2008-04-04,2005.460 2008.023,1,0
+1567,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (2),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 4m,2,1175,4m accuracy.,,9607,,,4m accuracy. For better accuracy use NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568),http://www.linz.govt.nz/services/surveysystem/osgpublications/nzgd2000_trans.html,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1568,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 1m,3,3285,0.2m accuracy.,0.2,9615,,,These same parameter values may be used to transform to WGS 84 - see NZGD49 to WGS 84 (4) (code 1670).,Land Information New Zealand: LINZS25000 Standard for New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000; 16 November 2007.,OGP,2008-04-04,2005.460 2008.023,1,0
+1569,Accra to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4168,4326,MCE-Gha,1,1104,Military survey,25,9603,,,Derived at 3 common points.,Ordnance Survey International,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1570,Accra to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4168,4324,GSI-Gha,1,1505,Oil exploration.,25,9603,,,Derived be single point Transit observation at several locations.,Various oil industry sources,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1571,Amersfoort to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4258,4326,NCG-Nld 2000,1,1172,Accuracy 0.5m,,9607,,,"Dutch sources also quote an equivalent transformation with parameter values dX=+593.032 dY=+26.000 dZ=+478.741m, rX rY rZ and dS as this tfm. These values belong to a different transformation method and cannot be used with the Coordinate Frame method.",http://rdnap.kadaster.nl/rd/index.html Also Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 3rd edition 1997. Also with change of method  [...]
+1572,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4269,4140,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(CSRS98) (code 4140) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1696.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1573,NAD27 to NAD83 (6),transformation,4267,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT2,6,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Replaces NAD27 to NAD83 (5) (code 1462). Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83 (code 4269) have longitudes positive east.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1574,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4267,4140,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83(CSRS98) (code 4140) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1692.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1575,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (2),transformation,4609,4269,SGQ-Can QC NT2,2,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Replaces NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83 (1) (code 1451). Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs CGQ77 and NAD83 (codes 4609 and 4269) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as approx transformation to WGS 84 - see code 1691.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1576,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83(CSRS98) (1),transformation,4609,4140,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27(CGQ77) (code 4609) and NAD83(CSRS98) (code 4140) have 1691longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 - see code 1691.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1577,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4169,4326,NIMA-Asm,1,3109,For military purposes. One sigma uncertainty is 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Transformation based on observations at 2 stations in 1993.,NIMA TR8350.2 revision of January 2000.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.230,1,0
+1578,American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (1),transformation,4169,4152,NGS-Asm W,1,2288,Geodetic survey. No accuracy stated.,5,9613,,,NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs American Samoa 1962 and NAD83(HARN) (codes 4169 and 4152) have longitudes positive east. NADCON expects latitudes in northern hemisphere and values must be made positive prior to input.,ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon/samoa_readme.txt,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1579,American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (2),transformation,4169,4152,NGS-Asm E,2,2289,Geodetic survey. No accuracy stated.,5,9613,,,NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs American Samoa 1962 and NAD83(HARN) (codes 4169 and 4152) have longitudes positive east. NADCON expects latitudes in northern hemisphere and values must be made positive prior to input.,ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon/samoa_readme.txt,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1580,NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4152,4326,EPSG-Usa,1,1337,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.230,1,0
+1581,SIRGAS to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4170,4326,NIMA-S America,1,3448,For military purposes. Accuracy 1m in each axis.,2,9603,,,,NIMA TR8350.2 revision of January 2000.,OGP,2006-07-29,2001.330 2006.465,1,0
+1582,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4248,4326,TOT-Bol  Mad,10,2400,Oil exploration.,3,9603,,,Derived May 1995 by Geoid for Total. OSU91A geoid model used.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1583,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4248,4326,TOT-Bol  B20,11,2401,Oil exploration.,0.5,9603,,,Derived July 1997 by Geoid from data recorded by UGA for Total. OSU91A geoid model used.,Total-Fina,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1584,Deir ez Zor to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4227,4324,GECO-Syr,1,2329,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,Recomputed in 1991 by Elf from data derived in 1983 at station 254 Deir by Geco using Transit. Derivation of 1983 parameter values of dX=-163.2 dY=-12.7 dZ=+232.7 contained errors in geodetic parameters for Syria.,Elf,OGP,2005-04-14,2005.020,1,0
+1585,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4227,4326,IGN-Syr,2,1227,?,999,9603,,,,IGN Paris,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1586,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4227,4326,SHL-Syr Whal,3,2327,Oil exploration.,999,9606,,,"Derived in 1995 by CGG for Al Furat Petroleum Company. Can be approximated using geocentric translations of dX=-174.3m, dY=+14.1m, dZ=+237.6m.",Elf,OGP,2005-04-14,2005.020,1,0
+1587,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4227,4326,ELF-Syr Shad,4,2328,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Derived at four stations by Topnav in 1997.,Elf,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1588,ED50 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4230,4258,NMA-Nor N65 1997,1,2332,Accuracy 1m.,1,9606,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans from 1997. The same parameter values were adopted for ED50 to WGS84 (variant 23) transformation offshore Norway north of 62N from April 2001 - see code 1612.,Statens Kartverk.,OGP,2001-06-05,2001.060,1,0
+1589,ED50 to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4230,4258,NMA-Nor 6265W,3,2333,Accuracy 2m.,2,9620,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans from 1997. See ED50 to WGS84 (23) (code 1612) for a simpler transformation accurate to better than 4m.,Statens Kartverk,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1590,ED50 to WGS 84 (22),transformation,4230,4326,NMA-Nor 6265W 1997,22,2333,Oil exploration before 2001.,0.5,9620,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans between 1997 (v3.1) and 2001 (v4.0). Replaced ED50 to WGS 84 (20) (code 1450) in 1997. Replaced by ED50 to WGS 84 (23) (code 1612) in April 2001.,Statens Kartverk.,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1591,RGF93 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4171,4258,IGN-Fra,1,1096,RGF93 is a regional realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation RGF93 to WGS 84 - see code 1671.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2000-10-10,,1,0
+1592,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4298,4326,BSP-Brn,2,2348,Offshore oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Brunei Shell Petroleum,OGP,2006-09-21,2002.700 2006.252,1,0
+1593,AGD84 to GDA94 (4),transformation,4203,4283,DOLA-Aus WA 0.1m,4,1280,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaces AGD84 to GDA94 (3) (code 1559) and then replaced by AGD84 to GDA94 (5) (code 1804). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD84 (code 4203) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,"Department of Land Information, Government of Western Australia; http://www.dola.wa.gov.au/",OGP,2007-03-22,2005.460 2007.043,1,0
+1594,AGD66 to GDA94 (8),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Tas 1m,8,1282,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Tasmania. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Replaces AGD66 to GDA94 (3) (code 1459) from August 2000. For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1667.,"GDA Technical Manual, http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda, and http://www.delm.tas.gov.au/osg/Geodetic_transform.htm",OGP,2006-01-02,2005.860 2006.010,1,0
+1595,AGD66 to GDA94 (9),transformation,4202,4283,Auslig-NT 1m,9,2284,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Northern Territory. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,For higher accuracy requirements see AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). May be taken as approximate transformation AGD66 to WGS 84 - see code 1668.,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2006-01-02,2005.860 2006.010,1,0
+1596,AGD66 to GDA94 (10),transformation,4202,4283,OSG-Aus SE 0.1m,10,2287,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaces AGD66 to GDA94 (5) (code 1464). Replaced by AGD66 to GDA94 (11) (code 1803). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east.,Office of Surveyor General Victoria; http://www.land.vic.gov.au/,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.460 2005.860 2007.043,1,0
+1597,Bogota 1975 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4218,4326,BP-Col CusCup,2,2315,Oil exploration.,0.2,9603,,,Derived in 1995 by WGC at first order stations Recreo and Mena via multi-day ties to 4 IGS stations. Residuals under 20cm.,Various industry sources,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1598,POSGAR to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4172,4326,EPSG-Arg,1,1033,?,,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1599,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS98) (2),transformation,4122,4140,PEI DOT-Can PEI,2,1533,?,,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1689.,PEI Department of Transportation & Public Works,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1600,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS98) (2),transformation,4267,4140,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1703.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1601,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (2),transformation,4269,4140,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1697.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1602,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (3),transformation,4267,4140,AB Env-Can AB,2,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,9615,,,"This gridded difference file AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites. Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/ or email to geoff.banham at gov.ab.ca,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1603,NAD27 to ATS77 (1),transformation,4267,4122,SNB-Can NB,1,1447,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see ATS77 to NAD27 (1) (code 1947),Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2004-08-23,2003.080 2004.470,1,0
+1604,NAD27 to ATS77 (2),transformation,4267,4122,SNB-Can NS,2,2313,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see ATS77 to NAD27 (2) (code 1948).,Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2003-02-25,2003.080,1,0
+1605,NAD27 to ATS77 (3),transformation,4267,4122,SNB-Can PEI,3,1533,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see ATS77 to NAD27 (3) (code 1949).,Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2003-02-25,2003.080,1,0
+1606,ATS77 to NAD27 (1),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NB,1,1447,?,,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (1) (code 1603),Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1607,ATS77 to NAD27 (2),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NS,2,2313,?,,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (2) (code 1604),Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1608,ATS77 to NAD27 (3),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can PEI,3,1533,?,,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (3) (code 1605),Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1609,BD72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4313,4326,IGN-Bel 7,1,1044,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Scale difference is given by information source as 0.999999. Given in this record in ppm to assist application usage. Very similar parameter values (to slightly less precision) used for BD72 to ETRS89: see code 1652.,IGN Brussels www.ngi.be,OGP,2006-07-30,2006.550,1,0
+1610,BD72 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4313,4326,IGN-Bel 3,2,1044,For applications to an accuracy of 5 metres.,5,9603,,,,IGN Brussels www.ngi.be,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+1611,IRENET95 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4173,4258,OSI-Ire,1,1305,IRENET95 is a regional realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation IRENET95 to WGS 84 - see code 1678.,Ordnance Survey of Ireland,OGP,2007-11-01,2007.099,1,0
+1612,ED50 to WGS 84 (23),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Nor N62 2001,23,2601,Oil industry offshore.,1,9606,,,"Parameter values are taken from ED50 to ETRS89 (1), code 1588. Adopted for ED50 to WGS84 transformations offshore Norway north of 62N from April 2001 when it replaced code 1590. Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans from v4.0.",EPSG Guidance Note #10,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1613,ED50 to WGS 84 (24),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Nor S62 2001,24,2334,Approximation to 1 metre for oil industry use.,1,9606,,,"Approximation to 1 metre of concatenated transformation ED50 to WGS 84 (14), code 8653. 8653 remains the transformation promulgated by Statens Kartverk but 1613 recommended by EPSG for practical oil industry usage.",EPSG Guidance Note #10,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1614,Sierra Leone 1968 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4175,4326,NIMA-Sle,1,1209,Accuracy +/- 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Determined at 8 stations. Info. source has the source CRS as Sierra Leone 1960. Sierra Leone 1968 is a readjustment of the 1960 network: coordinates changed by less than 3 metres.,"NIMA TR8350.2 revision 3, 1997.",OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1615,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4298,4326,SD-Brn,3,2349,Topographic and engineering survey onshore.,100,9603,,,CARE! Erroneous GPS data was used in the derivation of these parameters. They produce a coordinate difference of 10m horizontally and 50m vertically compared to Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1592).,Brunei Survey Department,OGP,2006-09-21,2006.252,1,0
+1616,PSD93 to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4134,4322,PDO-Omn 93,1,1183,Oil exploration. Residuals 1.2m at 67% probability level.,1.2,9606,,,,Petroleum Development Oman,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1617,PSD93 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4134,4326,Tot-Omn 95,3,2404,Oil exploration.,0.5,9606,,,Accuracy better than 0.5m in block 4.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1618,MGI to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4312,4326,BEV-Aut,3,1037,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Same transformation parameters used for MGI to ETRS89 (1) (code 1619).,Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen via EuroGeographics http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu,OGP,2006-12-16,2006.971,1,0
+1619,MGI to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4312,4258,BEV-Aut,1,1037,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Same transformation parameters used for MGI to WGS 84 (3) (code 1618). Precision of parameter values in this record were increased effective 16-Dec-2006 (db v6.12): see change record 2006.971.,Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2006-12-16,2006.971,1,0
+1620,MGI to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4312,4258,DGU-Hrv,2,1076,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation MGI to WGS 84 - see code 1621.,Drzavna Geodetska Uprava via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,2009.015,1,1
+1621,MGI to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4312,4326,EPSG-Hrv,4,1076,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from MGI to ETRS89 (2) (code 1620). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,2009.015,1,1
+1622,S-JTSK to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4156,4258,CUZK-Cze,1,1079,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation S-JTSK to WGS 84 - see code 1623.,Cesky Urad Zememericky a Katastraln via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1623,S-JTSK to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4156,4326,EPSG-Cze,1,1079,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from S-JTSK to ETRS89 (1) (code 1622). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1624,S-JTSK to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4156,4258,UGKK-Svk,2,1211,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation S-JTSK to WGS 84 - see code 1625.,"Urad Geodezie, Kartografie a Katastra via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1625,S-JTSK to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4156,4326,EPSG-Svk,2,1211,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from S-JTSK to ETRS89 (2) (code 1624). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1626,ED50 to ETRS89 (4),transformation,4230,4258,KMS-Dnk,4,1080,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1627.,Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1627,ED50 to WGS 84 (25),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Dnk,25,1080,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (4) (code 1626). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1628,ED50 to ETRS89 (5),transformation,4230,4258,DGC-Gib,5,1105,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1629.,UK Defence Geographic and Imagery Intelligence Agency via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1629,ED50 to WGS 84 (26),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Gib,26,1105,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9603,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (5) (code 1628). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1630,ED50 to ETRS89 (6),transformation,4230,4258,CNIG-Esp Bal,6,2335,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1631.,Centro Nacional de Informacion Geografica via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1631,ED50 to WGS 84 (27),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Esp Bal,27,2335,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (6) (code 1630). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1632,ED50 to ETRS89 (7),transformation,4230,4258,CNIG-Esp,7,2336,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1633.,Centro Nacional de Informacion Geografica via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1633,ED50 to WGS 84 (28),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Esp,28,2336,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (7) (code 1632). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1634,ED50 to ETRS89 (8),transformation,4230,4258,CNIG-Esp NW,8,2337,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1635.,Centro Nacional de Informacion Geografica via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1635,ED50 to WGS 84 (29),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Esp NW,29,2337,For applications to an accuracy of 1.5 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (8) (code 1634). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1636,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (5),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 5,5,3348,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9988083326° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+1637,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (6),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 6,6,2422,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9985894280° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+1638,KKJ to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4123,4258,NLS-Fin,1,1095,For applications to an accuracy of 1 to 2 metres.,1.5,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation KKJ to WGS 84 - see code 1639. Replaced by KKJ to ETRS89 (2) (code 10098).,National Land Survey of Finland via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2007-03-22,2004.120 2007.043,1,0
+1639,KKJ to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4123,4326,EPSG-Fin,1,1095,For applications to an accuracy of 1 to 2 metres.,1.5,9606,,,Parameter values from KKJ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1638). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by KKJ to WGS 84 (2) (code 10099).,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1640,TM65 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4299,4258,OSI-Ire,1,1305,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation TM65 to WGS 84 - see code 1641.,Ordnance Survey Ireland via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,1
+1641,TM65 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4299,4326,EPSG-Ire,2,1125,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"Parameter values from TM75 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1953). Assumes each pair of (i) TM65 and TM75, and (ii) ETRS89 and WGS 84, can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.",OGP,OGP,2003-06-27,2002.621,1,0
+1642,Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4181,4258,ACT-Lux,1,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 - see code 1643.,Administration du Cadastre et de la Topographie via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1643,Luxembourg 1930 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4181,4326,EPSG-Lux,1,1146,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from Luxembourg 1930 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1642). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1644,Pulkovo 1942(58) to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4179,4258,GUGK-Pol,1,1192,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"May be taken as approximate transformation Pulkovo 1942(58) to WGS 84 - see code 1645. Parameter values given to greater precision but to no better accuracy in GUGiK Technical Instruction G-2, Warsaw 2001.",Glowny Urzad Geodezji i Kartografii via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2006-02-02,2005.590,1,0
+1645,Pulkovo 1942(58) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4179,4326,EPSG-Pol,1,1192,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from Pulkovo 1942(58) to ETRS89 (1) (code 1644). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1646,CH1903 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4149,4258,BfL-Che,1,1286,Accuracy 1.5 metres.,1.5,9603,,,These parameters are derived from CH1903+ to ETRS89 (code 1647) and are used as from CH1903 as an approximation which is within the accuracy of the distortions in the CH1903 network.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2006-12-29,2006.992,1,0
+1647,CH1903+ to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4150,4258,BfL-Che,1,1286,For applications to an accuracy of 0.1 metres.,0.1,9603,,,This transformation is also given as CH1903+ to CHTRF95 (1) (code 1509). CHTRF95 is a local realisation of ETRS89.,Bundesamt für Landestopographie via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1648,EST97 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4180,4258,NLB-Est,1,1090,EST97 is a realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation EST97 to WGS 84 - see code 1649.,Estonian National Land Board via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1649,EST97 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4180,4326,EPSG-Est,1,1090,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from EST97 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1648). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1650,ED50 to ETRS89 (10),transformation,4230,4258,IGN-Fra,10,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to WGS 84. See ED50 to WGS 84 (17) (code 1275).,Institut Geographique National via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1651,NTF to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4275,4258,IGN-Fra,1,1096,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9603,,,These same parameter values are used to transform to WGS 84. See NTF to WGS 84 (1) (code 1193).,Institut Geographique National via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1652,BD72 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4313,4258,IGN-Bel,1,1044,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation BD72 to WGS 84 - see code 1609.,Institut Geographique National via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1653,NGO 1948 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4273,4258,SKV-Nor,1,1352,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,3,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NGO 1948 to WGS 84 - see code 1654.,Statens Kartverk via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1654,NGO 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4273,4326,EPSG-Nor,1,1352,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,3,9606,,,Parameter values from NGO 1948 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1653). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1655,Lisbon to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4207,4258,ICC-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,3,9606,,,"Derived in 2000 at 8 stations. Replaced by 2001 derivation (tfm code 1997). May be taken as approximate transformation to WGS 84 - see tfm code 1656,",Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2007-03-22,2003.233 2003.234 2007.043,1,0
+1656,Lisbon to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4207,4258,EPSG-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 3 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Lisbon to ETRS89 (1) (code 1655). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by Lisbon to WGS 84 (4) (code 1988).,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,2002.720,1,0
+1657,Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4274,4258,ICC-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,Derived in 2000 at 8 stations. Replaced by 2001 derivation (tfm code 1992). May be taken as approximate tfm to WGS 84 - see tfm 1658.,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2007-03-22,2003.233 2007.043,1,0
+1658,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4274,4258,EPSG-Prt 2000,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1657). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by Datum 73 to WGS 84 (4) (tfm code 1987).,OGP,OGP,2001-06-05,,1,0
+1659,Monte Mario to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4265,4258,IGM-Ita main,1,2372,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Monte Mario to WGS 84 - see code 1660.,Istituto Geografico Militare Italiano via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2004.080 2005.180,1,0
+1660,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4265,4326,EPSG-Ita main,4,2372,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,Parameter values from Monte Mario to ETRS89 (1) (code 1659). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-01-20,2004.080,1,0
+1661,Monte Mario to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4265,4258,IGM-Ita Sar,2,2339,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Monte Mario to WGS 84 - see code 1662.,Istituto Geografico Militare Italiano via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2004.080 2005.180,1,0
+1662,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4265,4326,EPSG-Ita Sar,2,2339,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,Parameter values from Monte Mario to ETRS89 (2) (code 1661). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-01-20,2004.080,1,0
+1663,Monte Mario to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4265,4258,IGM-Ita Sic,3,2340,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Monte Mario to WGS 84 - see code 1664.,Istituto Geografico Militare Italiano via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2004.080 2005.180,1,0
+1664,Monte Mario to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4265,4326,EPSG-Ita Sic,3,2340,Accuracy: 4 metres,4,9606,,,Parameter values from Monte Mario to ETRS89 (3) (code 1663). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-01-20,2004.080,1,0
+1665,AGD66 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-ACT 1m,12,2283,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in A.C.T. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (2) (code 1458). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1666,AGD66 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-NSW Vic 1m,13,2286,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in NSW and Victoria. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (4) (code 1460). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1667,AGD66 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-Tas 1m,14,1282,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Tasmania. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (8) (code 1594). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1668,AGD66 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4202,4326,EPSG-NT 1m,15,2284,Recommended for mid-accuracy use in Northern Territory. 1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD66 to GDA94 (9) (code 1595). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1669,AGD84 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus 1m,7,2575,1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from AGD84 to GDA94 (2) (code 1280). Assumes GDA94 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces AGD84 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1236).,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1670,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4272,4326,EPSG-Nzl 1m,3,3285,Accuracy about 1m.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568) and assumes WGS 84 is coincident with NZGD2000 to the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2008-04-04,2008.023,1,0
+1671,RGF93 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4171,4326,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values from RGF93 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1591) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1672,Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4289,4326,EPSG-Nld,2,1275,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from Amersfoort to ETRS89 (1) (code 1751) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces Amersfoort to WGS 84 (1) (code 1112). Replaced by Amersfoort to WGS 84 (3) (code 15934).,OGP,OGP,2007-04-10,2002.900 2007.043 2007.051,1,0
+1673,DHDN to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4314,4326,EPSG-Deu W,1,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 5 m level.,5,9607,,,Parameter values from DHDN to ETRS89 (1) (code 1309) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by DHDN to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1777).,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2006.691 2007.043,1,0
+1674,Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4178,4258,IfAG-Deu E,1,1343,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9607,,,Mean of 20 stations. May be taken as approximate transformation to WGS 84 - see code 1675. Also given by EuroGeographics at http://crs.ifag.de/ as a Position Vector transformation with changed values for rotations. In 2001 partially replaced by tfm 1175.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig.,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1675,Pulkovo 1942(83) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4178,4326,EPSG-Deu E,1,1343,Residuals under 2 m.,2,9607,,,Parameter values from Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (1) (code 1674) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1676,CH1903+ to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4150,4326,BfL-CH,1,1286,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values are from CH1903+ to CHTRF95 (1) (code 1509) assuming that CHTRF95 is equivalent to WGS 84. That transformation is also given as CH1903+ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1647). CHTRF95 is a realisation of ETRS89.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1677,HD72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4237,4326,EPSG-Hun,1,1119,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9607,,,Parameter values taken from HD72 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1273) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,1
+1678,IRENET95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4173,4326,EPSG-Ire,1,1305,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Assumes that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. IRENET95 is a regional realisation of ETRS89.,OGP,OGP,2007-11-01,2007.099,1,0
+1679,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4284,4326,EPSG-Ltu,2,1145,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Pulkovo 1942 to LKS94(ETRS89) (1) (code 1274) assuming that LKS94(ETRS89) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1680,RT90 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe,1,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1437) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by RT90 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1896) from 2001.,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2002.480 2007.043,1,0
+1681,OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to WGS 84 (1),transformation,27700,4326,EPSG-Gbr,1,1264,Accuracy 1m.,1,9633,,,Parameter values taken from OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to ETRS89 (1) (code 1036) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaced by OSGB 1936 / British National Grid to WGS 84 (2) (code 15956).,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1682,South Yemen to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4164,4326,EPSG-Yem South,1,1340,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from South Yemen to Yemen NGN96 (1) (code 1539) assuming that NGN96 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1683,Tete to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz,1,1167,Residuals as high as 30 metres.,30,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (1) (code 1297) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1684,Tete to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz A,2,2350,Residuals are generally under 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (2) (code 1298) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1685,Tete to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz B,3,2351,Residuals are generally under 4 metres.,4,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (3) (code 1299) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1686,Tete to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz C,4,2352,Residuals are generally under 3 metres.,3,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (4) (code 1300) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1687,Tete to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz D,5,2353,Residuals are 5-10 metres.,10,9607,,,Parameter values taken from Tete to Moznet (5) (code 1301) assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1688,ATS77 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can NB,1,1447,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1841) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1689,ATS77 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can PEI,2,1533,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (2) (code 1846) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1690,NAD27(76) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4608,4326,EPSG-Can On,1,1367,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27(76) to NAD83 (1) (code 1463) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1691,NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4609,4326,EPSG-Can Qc NT2,3,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1845) assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1692,NAD27 to WGS 84 (34),transformation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can QC,34,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1844) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1693,NAD27 to WGS 84 (33),transformation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can,33,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27 to NAD83 (4) (code 1313) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1694,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm W,2,2288,No accuracy stated for source transformation.,5,9613,,,"Parameter files are from American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 1578), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.",OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1695,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm E,3,2289,No accuracy stated for source transformation.,5,9613,,,"Parameter files are from American Samoa 1962 to NAD83(HARN) (2) (code 1579), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.",OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1696,NAD83 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can QC,6,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1843) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1697,NAD83 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can SK,7,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS8) (2) (code 1848) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1698,St. George Island to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4138,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StG,1,1331,Approximation at the +/- 1 to 2m level.,1.5,9613,,,Parameter files are from St. George Island to NAD83 (1) (code 1457) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1699,St. Lawrence Island to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4136,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StL,1,1332,Approximation at the +/- 1 to 2m level.,1.5,9613,,,Parameter files are from St. Lawrence Island to NAD83 (1) (code 1455) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1700,St. Paul Island to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4137,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StP,1,1333,Approximation at the +/- 1 to 2m level.,1.5,9613,,,Parameter files are from St. Paul Island to NAD83 (1) (code 1456) assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1701,NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (2),transformation,4272,4167,OSG-Nzl 4m,2,3285,4m accuracy.,4,9607,,,For better accuracy use NZGD49 to NZGD2000 (3) (code 1568).,Land Information New Zealand: LINZS25000 Standard for New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000; 16 November 2007.,OGP,2008-04-04,2005.460 2008.023,1,0
+1702,NAD83 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can AB,8,2376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (3) (code 1849) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. This file AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some sodtware.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+1703,NAD27 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can SK,32,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (1) (code 1847) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
+1704,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (40),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa AR,40,1374,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1708.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1705,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (41),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa IA,41,1384,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east. May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1709.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1706,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (42),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MN,42,1392,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east.  May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1710.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1707,NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (43),transformation,4269,4152,NGS-Usa MO,43,1394,Geodetic survey. Accuracy 0.05m at 67% confidence level.,0.05,9613,,,Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) (code 4152) have longitudes positive east. May be taken as approximate transformation NAD83-WGS 84 - see code 1711.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1708,NAD83 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-USA Ar,12,1374,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (40) (code 1704) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1709,NAD83 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa IA,13,1384,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (41) (code 1705) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1710,NAD83 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MN,14,1392,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (42) (code 1706) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1711,NAD83 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MO,15,1394,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (43) (code 1707) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1712,NAD83 to WGS 84 (16),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa CO,16,1376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (5) (code 1478) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1713,NAD83 to WGS 84 (17),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa GA,17,1380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (6) (code 1479) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1714,NAD83 to WGS 84 (18),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa FL,18,1379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (7) (code 1480) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1715,NAD83 to WGS 84 (19),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT e,19,2382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (8) (code 1481) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1716,NAD83 to WGS 84 (20),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT w,20,2383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (9) (code 1482) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1717,NAD83 to WGS 84 (21),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa AL,21,1372,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 1474) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1718,NAD83 to WGS 84 (22),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa KY,22,1386,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (10) (code 1483) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1719,NAD83 to WGS 84 (23),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa LA,23,1387,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (11) (code 1484) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1720,NAD83 to WGS 84 (24),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa DE MD,24,2377,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (12) (code 1485) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1721,NAD83 to WGS 84 (25),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ME,25,1388,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (13) (code 1486) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1722,NAD83 to WGS 84 (26),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MI,26,1391,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (14) (code 1487) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1723,NAD83 to WGS 84 (27),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa MS,27,1393,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (15) (code 1488) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1724,NAD83 to WGS 84 (28),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NE,28,1396,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (16) (code 1489) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1725,NAD83 to WGS 84 (29),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NewEng,29,2378,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (17) (code 1490) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1726,NAD83 to WGS 84 (30),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NM,30,1400,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (18) (code 1491) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1727,NAD83 to WGS 84 (31),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NY,31,1401,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (19) (code 1492) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1728,NAD83 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa AZ,32,1373,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (2) (code 1475) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1729,NAD83 to WGS 84 (33),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa ND,33,1403,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (20) (code 1493) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1730,NAD83 to WGS 84 (34),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa OK,34,1405,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (21) (code 1494) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1731,NAD83 to WGS 84 (35),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-PRVI,35,1335,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (22) (code 1495) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1732,NAD83 to WGS 84 (36),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa SD,36,1410,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (23) (code 1496) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1733,NAD83 to WGS 84 (37),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa TN,37,1411,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (24) (code 1497) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1734,NAD83 to WGS 84 (38),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa TX e,38,2379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (25) (code 1498) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1735,NAD83 to WGS 84 (39),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa TX w,39,2380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (26) (code 1499) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1736,NAD83 to WGS 84 (40),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa VA,40,1415,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (27) (code 1500) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1737,NAD83 to WGS 84 (41),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa OR WA,41,2381,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (28) (code 1501) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1738,NAD83 to WGS 84 (42),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa WI,42,1418,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (29) (code 1502) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1739,NAD83 to WGS 84 (43),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa CA n,43,2297,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (3) (code 1476) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1740,NAD83 to WGS 84 (44),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa WY,44,1419,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (30) (code 1503) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1741,NAD83 to WGS 84 (45),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa HI,45,1334,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (31) (code 1520) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1742,NAD83 to WGS 84 (46),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa IN,46,1383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (32) (code 1521) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1743,NAD83 to WGS 84 (47),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa KS,47,1385,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (33) (code 1522) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1744,NAD83 to WGS 84 (48),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NV,48,1397,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (34) (code 1523) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1745,NAD83 to WGS 84 (49),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa OH,49,1404,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (35) (code 1524) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1746,NAD83 to WGS 84 (50),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa UT,50,1413,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (36) (code 1525) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1747,NAD83 to WGS 84 (51),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa WV,51,1417,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (37) (code 1526) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1748,NAD83 to WGS 84 (52),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa IL,52,1382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (38) (code 1553) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1749,NAD83 to WGS 84 (53),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa NJ,53,1399,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (39) (code 1554) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1750,NAD83 to WGS 84 (54),transformation,4269,4326,EPSG-Usa CA s,54,2298,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9613,,,Parameter files are from NAD83 to NAD83(HARN) (4) (code 1477) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,2004.360,1,0
+1751,Amersfoort to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4289,4258,NCG-Nld 2000,1,1275,Accuracy 0.5m,0.5,9607,,,Replaced by Amersfoort to ETRS89 (3) (tfm code 15739). Dutch sources also quote an equivalent transformation using the Molodenski-Badekas 10-parameter method (M-B) - see tfm code 1066.,http://www.rdnap.nl/ Also Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie publication 30; 3rd edition 1997. Also with change of method and parameter units at EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2007-03-2 [...]
+1752,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS98) (3),transformation,4269,4140,AB Env-Can AB,3,2376,?,,9615,,,"This gridded difference file AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites. Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1702.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/ or email to geoff.banham at gov.ab.ca,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+1753,CH1903 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 1,1,1286,?,1,9607,,,Implemented in Bundesamt für Landestopographie programme GRANIT. Used from 1987 to 1997. Not recommended for current usage - replaced by CH1903 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1766).,Bundesamt für Landestopographie. Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 1999.,OGP,2007-03-22,2006.992 2007.043,1,0
+1754,Minna to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga S,3,2371,Oil exploration.,5,9606,,,"Derived at 8 stations across the Niger delta. Used by Shell SPDC throughout southern Nigeria onshore, delta and shallow offshore from 1994 and by Total in OPL246. Sometimes given with parameter values to greater resolution; values here are adequate.",Shell Petroleum Development Company,OGP,2008-11-07,2001.380 2002.290 2008.077,1,0
+1755,Bogota 1975 (Bogota) to Bogota 1975 (1),transformation,4802,4218,IGAC-Col,1,1070,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2006.890,1,0
+1756,Lisbon (Lisbon) to Lisbon (1),transformation,4803,4207,IGC-Prt,1,1294,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2003.234 2006.890,1,0
+1757,MGI (Ferro) to MGI (1),transformation,4805,4312,BEV-Aut balk,1,1321,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2007-08-27,2001.390 2002.570 2006.890 2007.072 2009.015,1,1
+1758,Padang (Jakarta) to Padang (1),transformation,4808,4280,EPSG-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2006.890,1,0
+1759,Batavia (Jakarta) to Batavia (1),transformation,4813,4211,EPSG-Idn Java,1,1285,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2006.890,1,0
+1760,RT38 (Stockholm) to RT38 (1),transformation,4814,4308,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2006.890,1,0
+1761,Greek (Athens) to Greek (1),transformation,4815,4120,NTU-Grc,1,1106,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,Topography Department; National Technical University of Athens.,OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2006.890,1,0
+1762,NGO 1948 (Oslo) to NGO1948 (1),transformation,4817,4273,NGO-Nor,1,1352,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,"J. Danielsen; ""Transformasjoner ved Norges Geografiske Oppmåling""; Kart Og Plan nr 1; 1982.",OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2006.890,1,0
+1763,NTF (Paris) to NTF (1),transformation,4807,4275,IGN-Fra,1,1096,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2001-10-04,2001.390,1,0
+1764,NTF (Paris) to NTF (2),transformation,4807,4275,RGS,2,1096,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,OGP prefers value from IGN Paris (code 1763).,Royal Geographic Society; London,OGP,2001-10-04,2001.390 2002.740,1,0
+1765,Bern 1898 (Bern) to CH1903 (1),transformation,4801,4149,BfL-CH,1,1286,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2001.390 2006.890,1,0
+1766,CH1903 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4149,4326,BfL-CH 2,2,1286,Accuracy 1.5 metres.,1.5,9603,,,These parameters are derive from CH1903+ to ETRS89 (code 1647) and are used at lesser precision from CH1903 to WGS 84 as an approximation which is within the accuracy of the distortions in the CH1903 network. Replaces CH1903 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1753).,Bundesamt für Landestopographie. Aufbau der Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95' Teil 3: Terrestrische Bezugssysteme und Bezugsrahmen. L+T 199 [...]
+1767,REGVEN to SIRGAS (1),transformation,4189,4170,CN-Ven,1,1251,Accuracy 2 centimetres.,0.02,9603,,,,Instituto Geografia de Venezuela Simon Bolivar,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,0
+1768,REGVEN to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4189,4326,EPSG-Ven,1,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,0
+1769,PSAD56 to REGVEN (1),transformation,4248,4189,IGSB-Ven,1,1251,?,15,9636,,,May be taken as transformation to WGS 84 - see PSAD56 to WGS 84 (13) (code 1095).,Instituto Geografia de Venezuela Simon Bolivar,OGP,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
+1770,PSAD56 to WGS84 (1),transformation,4248,4326,EPSG-Ven,1,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9636,,,Parameter vales are from PSAD56 to REGVEN (1) (code 1769) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,1
+1771,La Canoa to REGVEN (1),transformation,4247,4189,IGSB-Ven,1,1251,?,15,9636,,,May be used as transformation to WGS 84 - see La Canoa to WGS 84 (2) (code 1096),Instituto Geografia de Venezuela Simon Bolivar,OGP,2006-12-29,2006.993,1,0
+1772,La Canoa to WGS84 (1),transformation,4247,4326,EPSG-Ven,1,1251,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9636,,,Parameter values are from La Canoa to REGVEN (1) (code 1771) assuming that REGVEN is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,1
+1773,POSGAR 98 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4190,4326,EPSG-Arg,1,1033,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,0
+1774,POSGAR 98 to SIRGAS (1),transformation,4190,4170,IGM-Arg,1,1033,POSGAR 98 is a densification of SIRGAS.,0,9603,,,,ISBN 85-240-0647-1. Sistema de Referência Geocêntrico para a América do Sul: Relatório Final. IBGE Rio de Janeiro 1997.,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,0
+1775,Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4178,4258,IfAG-Deu E 0.1m,2,1343,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 35 points of the German GPS Network DREF. From 2001 replaces Pulkovo 1942(83) to ETRS89 (1) (code 1674) within Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Sachsen-Anhalt. From 2009 replaces tfm 1674 in all other states of former East Germany.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2009-05-2 [...]
+1776,DHDN to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W 3m,2,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 3 m level,3,9606,,,Mean of 109 stations. Replaces DHDN to ETRS89 (1) (tfm code 1309). May be taken as approximate transformation DHDN to WGS 84 - see code 1777.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.180 2006.691 2007.043,1,0
+1777,DHDN to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4314,4326,EPSG-Deu W 3m,2,2326,For applications with an accuracy at 3 m level,3,9606,,,Parameter values from DHDN to ETRS89 (2) (code 1776) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces DHDN to WGS 84 (1) (tfm code 1673).,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2006.691 2007.043,1,0
+1778,DHDN to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W-S,3,2543,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived in 2001 at 41 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2009-05-21,2005.180 2009.014,1,0
+1779,DHDN to ETRS89 (4),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W-cen,4,2542,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 27 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.180,1,0
+1780,DHDN to ETRS89 (5),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu W-N,5,2541,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 21 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.180,1,0
+1781,DHDN to ETRS89 (6),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu Thur,6,2544,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 10 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.180,1,1
+1782,DHDN to ETRS89 (7),transformation,4314,4258,IfAG-Deu Sach,7,2545,For applications with an accuracy at 0.1m level,0.1,9606,,,Derived at 35 points of the German GPS Network DREF.,Institute for Cartography and Geodesy; Leipzig via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.180,1,1
+1783,ED50 to ETRS89 (9),transformation,4230,4258,HGK-Tur,9,1237,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation ED50 to WGS 84 - see code 1784.,General Command of Mapping via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,0
+1784,ED50 to WGS 84 (30),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Tur,30,1237,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,Parameter values from ED50 to ETRS89 (9) (code 1783). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,0
+1785,MGI to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4312,4258,GURS-Svn,3,1212,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation MGI to WGS 84 - see code 1786.,Geodetska Uprava Republike Slovenij via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.180 2009.015,1,1
+1786,MGI to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4312,4326,EPSG-Svn,5,1212,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from MGI to ETRS89 (3) (code 1785). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-11-06,2009.015,1,1
+1787,RT90 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4124,4258,NLS-Swe 2001,2,1225,Accuracy 0.1m.,,9607,,,Derived at 165 points. Supersedes RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1437). May be taken as approximate transformation RT90 to WGS 84 - see code 1787.,National Land Survey of Sweden (http://www.lm.se/geodesi/refsys/eng/refsys-eng.htm) via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,1
+1788,RT90 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe 2001,2,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,9607,,,Parameter values from RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1787) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Supersedes RT90 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1680).,OGP,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,1
+1789,Dealui Piscului 1933 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4316,4326,NAMR-Rom,1,1197,?,,9603,,,Parameter values taken from Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (9) (code 1293) assuming that,Petromar and NAMR,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,1
+1790,Lisbon to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4207,4258,ICC-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Derived in 2001. Supersedes Lisbon to ETRS89 (1) (code 1655).,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/  Also given to greater precision (but no more accuracy) using the coordinate frame method at the IGEO website www.igeo.pt,OGP,2003-08-14,2002.720 2003.234,1,1
+1791,Lisbon to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4207,4258,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Lisbon to ETRS89 (2) (code 1790). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-01-18,,1,1
+1792,Datum 73 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4274,4258,ICC-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,Derived in 2001. Supersedes Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1657).,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2003-08-14,2002.720 2003.233,1,1
+1793,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4274,4258,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Datum 73 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1792). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-01-18,,1,1
+1794,MGI to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4312,4326,JPet-Yug,6,3536,Oil industry,999,9603,,,For more accurate transformation see MGI to WGS 84 (7) (code 1795).,Jugopetrol,OGP,2002-01-18,2009.015,1,1
+1795,MGI to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4312,4326,JPET-Yug MB,7,3536,Oil industry,999,9636,,,,Jugopetrol,OGP,2002-01-18,2009.015,1,1
+1796,Manoca 1962 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4193,4326,ELF94-Cmr,1,2555,Oil industry,0.5,9603,,,"Derived at two points, checked at a third by Stolt Comex Seaway and Geoid for Elf.",TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-01-18,,1,0
+1797,Qornoq 1927 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4194,4326,DMA-Grl S,1,2407,"For military purposes. Accuracy 25m, 25m and 32m in X, Y and Z axes.",48,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1798,Qornoq 1927 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4194,4326,KMS-Grl,2,3362,Topographic mapping.,1,9606,,,,"Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen, Copenhagen.",OGP,2006-03-16,2006.220,1,0
+1799,Scoresbysund 1952 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4195,4326,KMS-Grl Scosd,1,2570,Topographic mapping.,1,9606,,,,"Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen, Copenhagen.",OGP,2002-01-26,,1,0
+1800,Ammassalik 1958 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4196,4326,KMS-Grl Ammlk,1,2571,Topographic mapping.,1,9606,,,,"Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen, Copenhagen.",OGP,2002-01-26,,1,0
+1801,Pointe Noire to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4282,4326,CGG94-Cog,2,2574,?,4,9603,,,Derived in 1994 by CGG/Topnav using DORIS system on various stations along the coastline.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-02-08,,1,0
+1802,Pointe Noire to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4282,4326,ELF95-Cog,3,2574,Used by Elf since May 1995 for all offshore Congo operations.,0.15,9606,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in May 1995 using GPS and IGS data by tying 4 geodetic points to ITRF93 epoch 1995.4.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-02-08,,1,0
+1803,AGD66 to GDA94 (11),transformation,4202,4283,ICSM-Aus 0.1m,11,2575,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,"Replaces AGD66 to GDA94 variants 6, 7 and 10 (codes 1506 1507 1596). Input expects longitudes to be positive west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD66 (code 4202) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east. May be used as tfm to WGS 84 - see code 15786.",GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2006-01-02,2005.860 2006.010,1,0
+1804,AGD84 to GDA94 (5),transformation,4203,4283,Auslig-Aus 0.1m,5,2576,0.1m accuracy.,0.1,9615,,,Replaces AGD84 to GDA94 (4) (code 1593) which itself replaced variant 3 (code 1559). Input expects longitudes to be + west; EPSG GeogCRS AGD84 (code 4203) and GDA94 (code 4283) both have longitudes positive east. May be used as tfm to WGS 84 - see 15785,GDA Technical Manual. http://www.icsm.gov.au/gda,OGP,2007-03-22,2004.182 2006.010 2007.043,1,0
+1805,Garoua to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4197,4324,ELF-Cmr,1,2590,Oil industry exploration.,5,9603,,,Derived in 1981 by Decca Survey France for Elf Serepca.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1806,Kousseri to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4198,4324,ELF-Cmr,1,2591,Oil industry expoloration.,5,9603,,,Derived in 1981 by Decca Survey France for Elf Serepca.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1807,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4284,4326,BP-Aze Aioc95,13,1038,Oil industry operations by AIOC prior to 1997.,10,9606,,,Derived via WGS72 values taken from SOCAR Magnavox 1502 manual. Used by AIOC 1995-1997 then replaced by the AIOC97 values (tfm code 1808).¶Do not confuse with AIOC95 vertical datum as used in southern Caspian Sea and at Sangachal terminal by AIOC.,BP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1808,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4284,4326,BP-Aze Aioc97,14,2593,Oil industry operations.,5,9606,,,"Mean of 3 stations in western Georgia, 4 stations in eastern Georgia and 4 stations in eastern Azerbaijan. Derived for use on AIOC early oil western export pipeline, but adopted for all AIOC work replacing the 1995 AIOC transformation (code 1807).",BP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1809,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (15),transformation,4284,4326,TFE-Aze97,15,2594,Oil industry operations.,2,9606,,,Parameter values calculated by Elf Exploration and Production based on geodetic survey carried out by Azerbaijan State Committee for Geodesy and Cartography.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1810,ED50 to WGS 84 (31),transformation,4230,4326,wgc72-Egy,31,2595,Oil industry exploration and production operations.,15,9606,,,Derived via concatenation through WGS72. The ED50 to WGS72 step is the Sepplin 1974 value for all Europe.,Western Geophysical,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1811,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4248,4326,PB-Braz N,12,1754,Oil industry exploration.,10,9603,,,Used by Petrobras for shelf operations.,Petrobras,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1812,Indian 1975 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4240,4326,Auslig-Tha,4,1231,Cadastral survey.,3,9606,,,,Auslig via GPS World.,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1813,Batavia to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4211,4326,ARCO-Idn ONWJ,2,2577,Oil industry operations.,5,9603,,,Used by ARCO offshore NW Java area.,Arco geodetic database,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1814,Batavia to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4211,4326,KOM-Idn EJGP,3,2588,Oil industry operations.,5,9603,,,Used by PT Komaritim for Nippon Steel during East Java Gas Pipeline construction.,PT Komaritim report S808/91.,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1815,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4307,4326,BP-Alg D3,4,2598,Oil industry operations.,5,9606,,,Used by BP in District 3 and In Salah Gas.,BP,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1816,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4307,4326,BPA-Alg InAm,5,2599,Oil industry operations.,100,9603,,,Derived at astro station central to concession. Significant and varying differences (>100m) at 4 neighbouring astro stations.,BP,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1817,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4307,4326,ARCO-Alg HBR,6,2600,Oil industry operations.,100,9603,,,Derived at astro station Guerrara.,Arco geodetic database,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+1818,Minna to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4263,4326,RSL-Nga,4,1717,Oil industry operations.,12,9606,,,Concatenated via WGS 72BE.,Racal Survey Nigeria,OGP,2008-11-07,2004.160 2008.077,1,0
+1819,Minna to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4263,4326,SPD-Nga S,5,2371,Oil industry operations.,,9606,,,Used by Shell in southern Nigeria and Total in OPL246.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,1
+1820,Minna to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4263,4326,CON89-Nga,6,1717,Oil industry operations.,12,9603,,,Derived by Nortech at station L40 Minna using NNPC 1989 GPS network tied to 4 ADOS stations. Used by Conoco in OPLs 219-220 to cm precision and ExxonMobil in OPL 209 to dm precision..,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-16,2002.290,1,0
+1821,Minna to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4263,4326,ELF94-Nga,7,1717,Oil industry operations.,6,9603,,,"Derived by Elf Petroleum Nigeria in 1994 at 3 stations (M101 onshore, offshore platforms XSW06 and XSV39) and used in OMLs 99-102 and OPLs 222-223.",TotalFinaElf,OGP,2008-11-07,2002.290,1,0
+1822,Minna to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga OPL W,8,1717,Oil industry exploration and production.,10,9603,,,"Used by Shell SNEPCO for OPLs 209-213 and 316. Derived during 1990 Niger Delta control survey at 4 stations (XSU27, 30 31 and 35).",Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company,OGP,2002-03-15,,1,0
+1823,Minna to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga OPL S,9,1717,Oil industry exploration and production.,8,9603,,,"Used by Shell SNEPCO for OPLs 217-223. Derived during 1990 Niger Delta control survey at 4 stations (XSU38, 41, 44 and 45).",Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company,OGP,2008-11-07,,1,0
+1824,Minna to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4263,4326,SHL-Nga Gongola,10,2371,Oil industry exploration and production.,25,9603,,,Used by Shell SNEPCO for Gongola basin.,Shell International Exploration and Production,OGP,2002-03-15,,1,0
+1825,Hong Kong 1980 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4611,4326,LSD-HKG 2002,1,1118,Accuracy to 1m level.,1,9606,,,Published 1st March 2002.,"Geodetic Survey Section, Survey and Mapping Office, Lands Department, Hong Kong. http://www.info.gov.hk/landsd/mapping/tindex.htm",OGP,2002-06-22,,1,0
+1826,JGD2000 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4612,4326,EPSG-Jpn,1,1129,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,0
+1827,Tokyo + JSLD to WGS 84 (6),transformation,7414,4326,GSI-Jpn 452141,6,2425,For medium accuracy.,1,9618,,,,http://vldb.gsi.go.jp/sokuchi/coordinates/localtrans.html  (Geographical Survey Institute).,OGP,2004-05-09,2004.380,1,1
+1828,Yoff to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4310,4322,DMA-SEN,1,1207,Military survey.,25,9603,,,,DMA,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,0
+1829,HD72 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4237,4258,FOMI-Hun,1,1119,Accuracy at decimetre level throughout Hungary.,0.5,9607,,,Derived at 5 stations. OGP recommends corrected Hungarian standard MSZ 7222 (tfm code 1449) be used in preference to this transformation. May be taken as approximate transformation HD72 to WGS 84 - see code 1830.,Institute of Geodetic Survey and Remote Sensing (FOMI) reflected at http://lazarus.elte.hu/gb/geodez/geod5.htm,OGP,2008-08-02,2008.047,1,0
+1830,HD72 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4237,4326,EPSG-Hun,1,1119,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9607,,,Parameter values taken from HD72 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1829) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. OGP recommends use of newer MSZ 7222 equivalent (tfm code 1448) in preference to this transformation.,OGP,OGP,2008-08-02,2008.047,1,0
+1831,HD72 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4237,4326,ELTE-Hun,2,1119,Accuracy better than 1m in all three dimensions throughout Hungary.,1,9603,,,Derived at fundamental point Szolohegy and tested at 99 stations throughout Hungary. OGP recommends use of newer transformation (tfm code 1242) in preference to this transformation.,"Timar, Molnar and Pasztor; Eotvos University, in Geodezia es Kartografia 54(1) pp11-16. www.fomi.hu/internet/magyar/szaklap/geodkart.htm",OGP,2008-08-02,2008.047,1,0
+1832,ID74 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4238,4326,Rac91-Idn,2,1122,For oil industry purposes.,25,9606,,,Derived via coordinates of 2 Pulse8 stations. Use of ID74 to WGS 84 (3) (code 1833) is recommended.,Racal Survey,OGP,2006-08-25,2006.810,1,0
+1833,ID74 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4238,4326,Bak-Idn,3,1122,"Standard deviations of translations are 1.3, 1.1 and 3.6m, of rotations 0.11, 0.06 and 0.04 sec and ppm 0.18.",3,9607,,,Parameter values from ID74 to DGN95 (1) (code 15911) assuming that DGN95 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,Bakosurtanal.,OGP,2006-08-25,2006.810,1,0
+1834,Segara to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4294,4326,NIMA-Idn Kal,1,2354,For military purposes.,,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://164.214.2.59/geospatial/products/GandG/tr83502b/toc.html,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,1
+1835,Segara to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4294,4326,Shl-Idn Kal E,2,1360,Oil exploration.,,9603,,,,Shell,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,1
+1836,Segara to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4294,4326,Shl-Idn Kal NE,3,2770,Oil exploration.,,9603,,,,Shell,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,1
+1837,Makassar to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4257,4326,Shl-Idn Sul SW,1,1316,Oil exploration.,999,9603,,,,Shell,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,0
+1838,Segara to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4613,4326,TOT-Idn Mah,4,1328,Oil exploration.,1,9603,,,Datum shift derived through ITRF93.,Total Indonesia.,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,0
+1839,Beduaram to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4213,4324,ELF-Ner SE,1,2771,Oil exploration. Accuracy estimated at 15m.,15,9603,,,Derived by Elf in 1986.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2006-02-10,2006.170,1,0
+1840,QND95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4614,4326,CGIS-Qat,1,1346,Parameter values are defined and therefore exact.,0,9606,,,"Transformation defines QND95. May be approximated to 1m throughout Qatar by geocentric translation transformation with dX=-127.78098m, dY=-283.37477m, dZ=+21.24081m.",Qatar Centre for Geographic Information.,OGP,2002-06-28,,1,0
+1841,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4122,4617,GIC-Can NB,1,1447,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Introduced in 1999. Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1688.,New Brunswick Geographic Information Corporation land and water information standards manual.,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1842,NAD83(CSRS) to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4617,4326,EPSG-Can,1,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes NAD83(CSRS) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2007-05-29,2007.026,1,0
+1843,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4269,4617,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(CSRS) (code 4617) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1696.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1844,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4267,4617,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27 (code 4267) and NAD83(CSRS) (code 4617) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1692.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1845,NAD27(CGQ77) to NAD83(CSRS) (1),transformation,4609,4617,SGQ-Can QC,1,1368,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Uses NT method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs NAD27(CGQ77) (code 4609) and NAD83(CSRS) (code 4617) have longitudes positive east. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 - see code 1691.,Geodetic Service of Quebec. Contact alain.bernard at mrn.gouv.qc.ca,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1846,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (2),transformation,4122,4617,PEI DOT-Can PEI,2,1533,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1689.,PEI Department of Transportation & Public Works,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1847,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (2),transformation,4267,4617,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 1703.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1848,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (2),transformation,4269,4617,SK PMC-Can SK,2,2375,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1697.,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1849,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (3),transformation,4269,4617,AB Env-Can AB,3,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,"This gridded difference file AB_CSRS.DAC will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites. Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only. Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD83 to WGS 84 - see code 1702.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www3.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.460,1,0
+1850,ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (3),transformation,4122,4617,NSGC-Can NS,3,2313,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,1.5,9615,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation ATS77 to WGS 84 - see code 1851.,Nova Scotia Geomatics Centre -  Contact aflemmin at linux1.nsgc.gov.ns.ca or telephone 902-667-6409,OGP,2002-11-18,2002.830,1,0
+1851,ATS77 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can NS,2,2313,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9615,,,Parameter file is from ATS77 to NAD83(CSRS) (3) (code 1850) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1852,Timbalai 1948 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4298,4326,SSB-Mys E,4,2780,Oil exploration.,5,9606,,,Derived by Racal Survey for SSB at 24 coastal stations (including Timbalai fundamental point and 6 other primary triangulation stations) between in Sabah (Kudat southwards) and Sarawak (Sibu northwards).,Sarawak Shell Berhad,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1853,ED50 to WGS 84 (39),transformation,4230,4326,Ent-Ire Corrib,39,2961,Used by Enterprise for Corrib.,5,9603,,,Derived at a single point in Galway docks.,Shell UK.,OGP,2004-09-07,,1,0
+1854,FD58 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4132,4326,TFE-Irn Lavan,2,2782,Oil Exploration,0.5,9603,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in 1999. EGM96 geoid used.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1855,FD58 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4132,4326,TFE-Irn Kharg,3,2781,Oil Exploration,0.5,9603,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in 1999. EGM96 geoid used.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1856,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4154,4326,TFE-Irn SPars,3,2783,Petroleum Exploration and Production.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in Kangan district by Geoid for Total in 1998. Used for South Pars phases 2 and 3.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1857,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4154,4326,TFE-Irn Lavan,4,2782,Petroleum Exploration and Production.,0.5,9603,,,Derived in 1999 on Lavan island by Geoid for Elf.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1858,ED50(ED77) to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4154,4326,TFE-Irn Kharg,5,2781,Petroleum Exploration and Production.,0.5,9603,,,Derived by Geoid for Elf in 1999. EGM96 geoid used.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+1859,ELD79 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4159,4326,REP-Lby MZQ,1,2785,Oil Exploration,20,9603,,,"Used by Repsol in Murzuq field, and PetroCanada and previous licence holders in NC177 and 72 (En Naga field). Reliability of connection to ELD79 questionned.",Oil industry sources.,OGP,2006-09-21,2004.700 2006.570,1,0
+1860,ELD79 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4159,4326,TFE-Lby MZQ,2,2785,Oil Exploration. 3-dimensional SD at 11 points is 0.5m.,0.5,9603,,,Derived December 2001 by NAGECO. Connected to ITRF via Remsa 2000 data. Used by TotalFinaElf.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-16,,1,0
+1861,ELD79 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4159,4326,TFE-Lby MBK94,3,2786,Oil Exploration,2,9603,,,Derived by GEOID in 1994 from Transit satellite data. Used by TotalFinaElf.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-07-16,,1,0
+1862,ELD79 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4159,4326,TFE-Lby MBK00,4,2786,Oil Exploration,0.5,9606,,,Derived by Geoid in 2000 from ITRF connection by NAGECO for TotalFinaElf. For historic compatibility TFE use the 1994 tfm ELD79 to WGS 84 (3) (code 1861) rather than this transformation.,TotalFinaElf,OGP,2007-01-17,2007.006,1,0
+1863,ELD79 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4159,4326,GMRA-Lby,5,2786,Engineering survey and oil exploration,6,9607,,,Derived for the Great Man-made River Authority (GMRA).,Norsk Hydro,OGP,2005-09-19,2005.510,1,0
+1864,SAD69 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-mean,1,1341,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m, 6m and 9m in X, Y and Z axes.",19,9603,,,Derived at 84 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1865,SAD69 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Arg,2,1033,For military purposes only. Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 10 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1866,SAD69 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Bol,3,1049,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1867,SAD69 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Bra,4,1053,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 22 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1868,SAD69 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Chile,5,1066,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 15m, 8m and 11m in X, Y and Z axes.",21,9603,,,Derived at 9 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1869,SAD69 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Col,6,1070,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 6m, 6m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",10,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1870,SAD69 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Ecu,7,3241,For military purposes. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1871,SAD69 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Ecu Gal,8,2356,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1872,SAD69 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Guy,9,1114,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 9m, 5m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",12,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1873,SAD69 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Pgy,10,1188,For military purposes. Accuracy 15m in each axis.,26,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1874,SAD69 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Peru,11,1189,For military purposes. Accuracy 5m in each axis.,9,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1875,SAD69 to WGS 84 (12),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Tto,12,1235,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1876,SAD69 to WGS 84 (13),transformation,4618,4326,DMA-Ven,13,1251,"For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m, 6m and 3m in X, Y and Z axes.",8,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1877,SAD69 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4618,4326,IGBE-Bra,14,1053,Medium and small scale mapping.,5,9603,,,"Derived by Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in 1989. Used by ANP. (Note: for historic reasons associated with one-time web url, tfm version uses initials IGBE, not IBGE).",Agencia Nacional do Petroleo (ANP) and IBGE resolution 23/89 of 21st February 1989.,OGP,2008-11-23,2008.107,1,0
+1878,SWEREF99 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4619,4258,NLS-Swe,1,1225,Geodetic survey.,0,9603,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation SWEREF99 to WGS 84 - see code 1879.,National Land Survey,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+1879,SWEREF99 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4619,4326,EPSG-Swe,1,1225,Geographic Information Systems.,1,9603,,,Parameter values taken from SWEREF to ETRS89 (1) (code 1878) assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+1880,Point 58 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4620,4326,NIMA-Bfa Ner,1,2791,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at one point in each of Burkina Faso and Niger.,NIMA TR8350.2,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+1881,Carthage (Paris) to Carthage (1),transformation,4816,4223,IGN-Fra,1,1236,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,0
+1882,Nord Sahara 1959 (Paris) to Nord Sahara 1959 (1),transformation,4819,4307,IGN-Fra,1,1026,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+1883,Segara (Jakarta) to Segara (1),transformation,4820,4613,EPSG-Idn Kal E,1,1360,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,0
+1884,S-JTSK (Ferro) to S-JTSK (1),transformation,4818,4156,EPSG-Cze,1,1306,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,0
+1885,Azores Oriental 1940 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4184,4326,DMA-Prt Az E,1,1345,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",OGP,2005-09-29,2005.200 2005.460,1,0
+1886,Azores Central 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4183,4326,DMA-Prt Az C,1,1301,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 5 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",OGP,2005-09-29,2003.231 2005.200 2005.210 2005.460,1,0
+1887,Azores Occidental 1939 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4182,4326,DMA-Prt Az W,1,1344,For military purposes only. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,Derived at 3 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",OGP,2007-01-04,2005.200 2005.210 2005.460 2006.890,1,0
+1888,Porto Santo to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4615,4326,DMA-Prt Mad,1,1314,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",OGP,2007-01-04,2003.231 2005.200 2005.460 2006.890,1,0
+1889,Selvagen Grande to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4616,4326,DMA-Prt Sel,1,2779,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://164.214.2.59/GandG/tr8350_2.html",OGP,2002-09-19,,1,1
+1890,Australian Antarctic to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4176,4326,EPSG-Ata Aus,1,1031,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Australian Antarctic is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes Australian Antarctic can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+1891,Greek to GGRS87 (1),transformation,4120,4121,HGS-Grc,1,1106,Better than 5m throughout Greece.,5,9619,,,More accurate polynomial transformations between Greek / Hatt projection zones and GGRS87 / Greek Grid are available from the Military Geographic Service.,Hellenic Petroleum,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+1892,Hito XVIII 1963 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4254,4326,NIMA-Chl,2,2805,Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations. As the source CRS was used for the border survey this transformation is probably also applicable to adjacent areas of Argentina.,,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.210,1,0
+1893,Puerto Rico to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4139,4326,NIMA-Pri,3,1335,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 11 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1894,Gandajika 1970 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4233,4326,NIMA-Mdv,3,1152,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,25,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 December 1987.,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,1
+1895,RT90 to SWEREF99 (1),transformation,4124,4619,NLS-Swe 2001,1,1225,Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9607,,,Derived at 165 points in 2001. Also given by EuroGeographics as RT90 to ETRS89 using the Position Vector transformation method. Replaces RT90 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1437). May be taken as approximate transformation RT90 to WGS 84 - see code 1896.,National Land Survey of Sweden (http://www.lantmateriet.se/) via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.180 2005.460 2007.043,1,0
+1896,RT90 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe 2001,2,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from RT90 to SWEREF99 (1) (code 1895) assuming that SWEREF99 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces RT90 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1680).,OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+1897,Segara to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4613,4326,NIMA-Idn Kal,1,2354,For military purposes.,999,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,OGP,2005-09-29,2005.200 2005.210 2005.460,1,0
+1898,Segara to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4613,4326,Shl-Idn Kal E,2,1360,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,,Shell,OGP,2002-11-18,,1,0
+1899,Segara to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4613,4326,Shl-Idn Kal NE,3,2770,Oil exploration.,10,9603,,,,Shell,OGP,2002-11-18,,1,0
+1900,NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4152,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF94,2,1323,Historical record only - superseded - see remarks.,0.1,9607,,,Strictly between NAD83(HARN) and ITRF94(1996.0). Replaced by NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (3) (code 1901).,US National Geodetic Survey http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.130 2007.043,1,0
+1901,NAD83(HARN) to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4152,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF96,3,1323,"Geodesy. Accuracy with respect to CORS at stations adjusted to HARN network is better than 0.05-0.07m. For locations outside a HARN network (i.e. NAD83), accuracy may be only 1m but will usually be better than 0.5m.",0.1,9607,,,Jointly derived by US NGS and Geodetic Survey of Canada as transformation to target CRS of ITRF96(1997.0) - see also tfm code 1946. In USA only replaces NAD83 to WGS 84 (2) (code 1900). [...]
+1902,Manoca 1962 to WGS 72BE (1),transformation,4193,4324,GOC-Cmr,1,2555,Oil exploration,5,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations using Transit in 1977.,Gulf Oil Company of Cameroon and Elf Cameroun (SEREPCA).,OGP,2006-02-02,2005.821,1,0
+1903,Fort Marigot to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4621,4326,IGN-Glp,1,2828,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1904,Guadeloupe 1948 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4622,4326,IGN-Glp 10m,1,2829,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
+1905,Guadeloupe 1948 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4622,4326,IGN-Glp 1m,2,2829,Accuracy +/- 0.1 metre.,0.1,9606,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
+1906,CSG67 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4623,4326,IGN-Guf,1,3105,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2005-04-24,2004.562,1,0
+1907,RGFG95 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4624,4326,IGN-Guf,1,1097,Accuracy +/- 2 metres.,2,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1908,CSG67 to RGFG95 (1),transformation,4623,4624,IGN-Guf,1,3105,"Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre in the coastal area, better than +/- 1 metre in the interior.",1,9606,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2005-04-24,2004.562,1,0
+1909,Martinique 1938 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4625,4326,IGN-Mtq 10m,1,1156,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
+1910,Martinique 1938 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4625,4326,IGN-Mtq 1m,2,1156,Accuracy +/- 0.1 metre.,0.1,9606,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,0
+1911,Reunion 1947 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4626,4326,IGN-Reu 30m,1,1196,Accuracy +/- 30 metres.,30,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,2004.561,1,1
+1912,RGR92 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4627,4326,IGN-Reu,1,1196,Accuracy +/- 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1913,Tahaa 54 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4629,4326,IGN-Pyf Tahaa,1,2812,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1914,IGN72 Nuku Hiva to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4630,4326,IGN-Pyf,1,3129,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2005-08-12,2005.380,1,0
+1915,K0 1949 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4631,4326,IGN-Atf Kerg,1,2816,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,Also published in US NIMA/NGA TR8350.2 which gives accuracy of +/-25m in each axis and states that derived at one station.,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1916,Combani 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4632,4326,IGN-Myt,1,1159,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1917,IGN56 Lifou to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4633,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,2814,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,Withdrawn by information source and replaced by improved information from local authority - see tfm code 15902.,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1918,IGN72 Grand Terre to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4634,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,1174,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1919,ST87 Ouvea to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4635,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2813,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2003-08-14,2003.241,1,1
+1920,RGNC 1991 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4645,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,1174,Accuracy +/- 1 metre.,1,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1921,Petrels 1972 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4636,4326,IGN-Ata Adel,1,2818,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1922,Perroud 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4637,4326,IGN-Ata Adel,1,2818,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1923,Saint Pierre et Miquelon 1950 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4638,4326,IGN-Spm,1,1220,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2006-02-03,2006.060,1,0
+1924,Tahiti 52 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4628,4326,IGN-Pyf,1,2811,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1925,MOP78 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4639,4326,IGN-Wlf Wallis,1,2815,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1926,Reunion 1947 to RGR92 (1),transformation,4626,4627,IGN-Reu 0.1m,1,1196,Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre. Not reversible - see remarks.,0.1,9606,,,Note: Because of the large rotation about the Y-axis this transformation is not reversible. Errors of up to 0.5m may occur. For the reverse transformation use RGR92 to Reunion 1947 [alias Piton des Neiges] (1) (code 1964).,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,2003.250 2004.500 2004.561,1,0
+1927,IGN56 Lifou to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4633,4326,BGN-Ncl,2,2814,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Withdrawn by information source and replaced by improved information - see tfm code 15902.,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1928,IGN53 Mare to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4641,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2819,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Withdrawn by information source and replaced by improved information - see tfm code 15901.,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1929,IGN72 Grand Terre to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4634,4326,BGN-Ncl,2,2822,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1930,ST84 Ile des Pins to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4642,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2820,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1931,ST71 Belep to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4643,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2821,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1932,NEA74 Noumea to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4644,4326,BGN-Ncl,1,2823,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1933,RGR92 to Piton des Nieges (1),transformation,4627,4626,IGN-Reu 0.1m,1,1196,Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre. Not reversible - see remarks.,,9606,,,Note: Because of the large rotation about the Y-axis this transformation is not reversible. For the reverse transformation see Piton des Nieges to RGR92 (1) (code 1926).,IGN Paris.,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,1
+1934,RRAF 1991 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4640,4326,IGN-FrAnt,1,2824,Accuracy +/- 1 metre.,1,9603,,,RRAF 1991 was defined to be WGS84 at a single point in Martinique during the 1988 Tango mission.,OGP,OGP,2002-11-29,,1,0
+1935,ITRF97 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4918,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1997.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS). ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1936,ITRF96 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4917,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1997.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1937,ITRF94 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4916,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1997.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1938,ITRF93 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4915,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0029 m/yr, dy=0.0002 m/yr, dZ=0.0006 m/yr, rX=0.00011""/yr, rY=0.00019""/yr, rZ=-0.00007""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1939,ITRF92 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4914,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1940,ITRF91 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4913,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1941,ITRF90 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4912,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1942,ITRF89 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4911,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1943,ITRF88 to ITRF2000 (1),transformation,4910,4919,IERS,1,1262,Geodesy.,0,9606,,,"At epoch 1988.0. Rates dX=0.0000 m/yr, dy=0.0006 m/yr, dZ=0.0014 m/yr, rX=rY=0.0""/yr, rZ=-0.00002""/yr, dS=-0.00001 ppm/yr.",International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) ftp://lareg.ensg.ign.fr/pub/itrf/ITRF.TP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.310 2006.890,1,0
+1944,Lisbon to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4207,4326,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Lisbon to ETRS89 (2) (code 1790). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-09-19,2002.720,1,1
+1945,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4274,4326,EPSG-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,,9606,,,Parameter values from Datum 73 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1792). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,1
+1946,NAD83(CSRS) to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4617,4326,NGS-Usa ITRF96,2,1061,Geodesy.,0.1,9607,,,Jointly derived by US NGS and Geodetic Survey of Canada - see also code 1901. Strictly between NAD83(CSRS) and ITRF96(1997.0).,http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/CORS/Derivation.html,OGP,2007-05-29,,1,0
+1947,ATS77 to NAD27 (1),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NB,1,1447,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (1) (code 1603),Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2003-02-25,,1,0
+1948,ATS77 to NAD27 (2),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can NS,2,2313,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (2) (code 1604),Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2003-02-25,,1,0
+1949,ATS77 to NAD27 (3),transformation,4122,4267,SNB-Can PEI,3,1533,?,1,9634,,,For reverse transformation see NAD27 to ATS77 (3) (code 1605),Survey of New Brunswick,OGP,2003-02-25,,1,0
+1950,NAD83 to NAD83(CSRS) (4),transformation,4269,4617,EPSG-Can E Off,4,2831,Accuracy 1 to 2 metres. Used for oil industry operations only.,2,9603,,,Used as part of NAD27 to/from WGS 84 transformation for offshore oil operations - see code 8647.,Various oil industry sources.,OGP,2003-02-25,,1,0
+1951,Hjorsey 1955 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4658,4326,DMA-Isl,1,1120,"Accuracy 3m, 3m and 5m in X, Y and Z axes.",7,9603,,,Derived at 6 stations.,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-21,2005.200,1,0
+1952,ISN93 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4659,4326,EPSG-Isl,1,1120,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ISN93 is equivalent to WGS 84.,1,9603,,,For many purposes ISN93 can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2003-06-27,,1,0
+1953,TM75 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4300,4258,OSI-Ire,2,1305,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"TM75 is based on the geodetic datum of 1965 which should not be confused with the mapping adjustment of 1965 (TM65). May be taken as approximate transformations TM75 to WGS 84, TM65 to WGS 84 and OSNI 1952 to WGS 84 - see codes 1954, 1641 and 1955.",Ordnance Survey Ireland via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2003-06-27,,1,0
+1954,TM75 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4300,4326,EPSG-Ire,2,1305,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values taken from TM65 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1953). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2003-06-27,,1,0
+1955,OSNI 1952 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4188,4326,EPSG-Ire,1,2530,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,"Parameter values from TM75 to ETRS89 (2) (code 1953). Assumes each pair of (i) OSNI 1952 and TM75, and (ii) ETRS89 and WGS 84, can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.",OGP,OGP,2004-04-09,2004.200,1,0
+1956,TM75 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4300,4326,DMA-Ire,3,1305,For military purposes only. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,6,9603,,,Derived at 7 stations. TM75 is based on the geodetic datum of 1965 which should not be confused with the mapping adjustment of 1965 (TM65).,U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2005-05-27,2005.200 2005.210,1,0
+1957,Helle 1954 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4660,4326,SKV-SJM Jan Mayen,1,2869,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Derived at 3 stations. Residuals under 1m.,"""Transformation from existing geodetic network to WGS84"", Geodesy Division, Statens kartverk, 26/11/92.",OGP,2003-06-27,,1,0
+1958,LKS92 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4661,4326,Vzd-Lva,1,1139,LKS92 is a realisation of ETRS89 coincident to WGS84 within 1 metre. This transformation has an accuracy equal to the coincidence figure.,1,9603,,,,OGP,OGP,2003-06-27,,1,0
+1959,St. Vincent 1945 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4607,4326,LSU-Vct,1,1202,1m accuracy.,1,9603,,,Derived at 4 points.,"Clifford J Mugnier, Louisiana State University.",OGP,2006-02-03,2006.060,1,0
+1960,ED87 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4231,4326,IERS-Eur,2,1297,Scientific research.,1,9606,,,,"IERS Paris via Rijkswaterstaat report 9635 September 1996 ""Coordinaattransformaties en kartprojecties"" and Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM).",OGP,2003-06-27,2009.013,1,1
+1961,ED50 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4230,4326,NAM-Nld-Nsea,32,1630,Used by NAM for offshore operations.,,9606,,,Parameter values taken from ED87 to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1960) assuming that ED87 is identical to ED50. Errors caused by this assumption can reach 3m.,Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM).,OGP,2003-06-27,,1,1
+1962,IGN72 Grande Terre to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4662,4326,IGN-Ncl,1,2822,Accuracy +/- 10 metres.,10,9603,,,Withdrawn by information source and replaced by improved information from local authority - see tfm code 15903.,IGN Paris.,OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1963,IGN72 Grande Terre to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4662,4326,BGN-Ncl,2,2822,Accuracy better than +/- 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Withdrawn by information source and replaced by improved information - see tfm code 15903.,"Bureau Geodesie et Nivellement, Service Topographique, via IGN Paris.",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1964,RGR92 to Reunion 1947 (1),transformation,4627,4626,IGN-Reu 0.1m,1,1196,Accuracy better than +/- 0.1 metre. Not reversible - see remarks.,0.1,9606,,,Note: Because of the large rotation about the Y-axis this transformation is not reversible. Errors of up to 0.5m may occur. For the reverse transformation use Piton des Neiges to RGR92 (1) (code 1926).,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,2004.500 2004.561,1,0
+1965,Selvagem Grande to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4616,4326,DMA-Prt Sel,1,2779,For military purposes only. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,44,9603,,,Derived at 1 station.,"U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 rev 3, January 2000. http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/",OGP,2007-01-04,2005.200 2005.460 2006.890,1,0
+1966,Porto Santo 1995 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4663,4326,CGC-Prt Mad 5m,2,2870,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Derived at Forte de Sao Tiago.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1967,Porto Santo 1995 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4663,4326,CGC-Prt Mad 1m,3,2870,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1968,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az Mig 5m,2,2871,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Calculated in 2001.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2004-09-14,2004.521,1,0
+1969,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az Mig 1m,3,2871,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Calculated in 2001.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1970,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az E 5m,4,1345,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1971,Azores Oriental 1995 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4664,4326,CGC-Prt Az E 1m,5,1345,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1972,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Ter 5m,2,2872,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1973,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Ter 1m,3,2872,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1974,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Fai 5m,4,2873,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1975,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Fai 1m,5,2873,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1976,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Pic 5m,6,2874,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1977,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az Pic 1m,7,2874,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1978,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az SJ 5m,8,2875,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1979,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az SJ 1m,9,2875,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1980,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (10),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az C 5m,10,1301,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1981,Azores Central 1995 to WGS 84 (11),transformation,4665,4326,CGC-Prt Az C 1m,11,1301,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Mean for all islands in group.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1982,Azores Occidental 1939 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4182,4326,CGC-Prt Az W,2,1344,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,Derived at 2 stations in 1999.,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1983,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4274,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,3,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1984,Lisbon to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4207,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,3,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1985,ED50 to WGS 84 (33),transformation,4230,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,33,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1986,Lisbon 1890 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4666,4326,CGC-Prt 5m,1,1294,For low resolution applications.,5,9603,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1987,Datum 73 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4274,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,4,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1988,Lisbon to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4207,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,4,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1989,ED50 to WGS 84 (34),transformation,4230,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,34,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1990,Lisbon 1890 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4666,4326,CGC-Prt 1m,2,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+1991,Lisbon 1890 (Lisbon) to Lisbon 1890 (1),transformation,4904,4666,CGC-Prt,1,1294,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,,OGP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,0
+1992,Datum 73 to ETRS89 (3),transformation,4274,4258,CGC-Prt 1m,3,1294,For medium resolution applications.,1,9607,,,Parameters calculated in 1998 using 9 common stations. Published in 2001. Replaces Datum 73 to ETRS89 (1) (code 1657).,"Centre for Geodesy and Cartography, Portuguese Geographical Institute; http:/www.igeo.pt",OGP,2007-03-22,2003.233 2005.180 2007.043,1,0
+1993,IKBD-92 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4667,4326,UN-Irq Kwt,4,2876,Boundary demarcation.,0,9603,,,For all practical purposes this transformation is exact.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-21,2009.003,1,0
+1994,Reykjavik 1900 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4657,4326,LMI-Isl,1,1120,Low accuracy applications.,10,9603,,,,Landmaelingar Islands (National Land Survey of Iceland).,OGP,2003-09-30,,1,0
+1995,Dealul Piscului 1930 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4316,4326,NAMR-Rom,1,1197,Oil exploration,10,9603,,,,Petromar and NAMR,OGP,2008-09-24,2008.011,1,0
+1996,Dealul Piscului 1970 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4317,4326,Shell-Rom,1,1197,Oil exploration,10,9603,,,,Shell SIEP,OGP,2003-11-28,,1,1
+1997,Lisbon to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4207,4258,ICC-Prt 2001,2,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,2,9606,,,Derived in 2001. Replaces Lisbon to ETRS89 (1) (code 1655). Also given to greater precision but no more accuracy on ICC web site using Coordinate Frame method.,Instituto Portugues de Cartografia e Cadastro via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/  Also given to greater precision (but no more accuracy) using the coordinate frame method at the IGEO website [...]
+1998,ED50 to WGS 84 (36),transformation,4230,4326,EPSG-Ger Nsea,36,2879,Recommended transformation for Germany North Sea petroleum purposes.,1,9606,,,"Approximation to better than 0.5m of transformation adopted in June 2003 (see ED50 to WGS 84 (35), code 1052). Acceptable to Landesbergamt for Lower Saxony and Bundesanstalt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie.",OGP,OGP,2004-10-22,2004.630,1,0
+1999,ED50 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4230,4326,NAM-Nld-Nsea,32,1630,Used by NAM for offshore operations.,3,9606,,,Parameter values taken from ED87 to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 1960) assuming that ED87 is identical to ED50. Errors caused by this assumption can reach 3m.,Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM).,OGP,2004-01-07,2009.013,1,1
+2181,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (7),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 7,7,3349,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9989361857° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2182,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (8),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 8,8,3350,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9990279960° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2183,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (9),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 9,9,2580,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9984713141° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2184,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (10),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 10,10,3345,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9984602820° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2185,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (11),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 11,11,2581,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9982890576° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2186,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (12),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 12,12,3351,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9995848956° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2187,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (13),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 13,13,3352,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9978086208° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2293,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (14),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 14,14,3353,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9986330172° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+2974,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (15),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 15,15,3354,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9986660539° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3792,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (16),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 16,16,3560,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9988835539° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3803,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (17),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 17,17,3347,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9985599438° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3804,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (18),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 18,18,2584,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9993228929° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3805,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (19),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 19,19,2585,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9975573682° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3806,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (20),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 20,20,2877,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9981683819° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3807,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (21),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 21,21,2586,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9987926666° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3808,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (22),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 22,22,2587,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9978515930° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3809,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (23),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 23,23,2878,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9980774015° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3810,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (24),transformation,3787,3794,GuRS-Svn 24,24,3346,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9979842399° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2008-07-20,2009.015,1,1
+3811,Belgian Lambert 2008,conversion,,,,,1347,Large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,Replaces Lambert 2005.,IGN Brussels www.ngi.be,OGP,2008-08-05,,1,0
+3813,Mississippi Transverse Mercator,conversion,,,,,1393,Development and storage of geographic data.,0,9807,,,,"Mississippi Department of Transportation / Mississippi Automated Resource Information System (MARIS), http://www.maris.state.ms.us/",OGP,2008-08-05,,1,0
+3817,HD1909 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,3819,4326,ELTE-Hun,1,1119,GIS and topographic survey.,3,9607,,,Horizontal coordinates of 66 points of the National Geodetic Network were used to compute this transformation.,"Timar, Molnar and Marta in Geodezia es Kartografia 55(3) pp16-21. www.fomi.hu/internet/magyar/szaklap/geodkart.htm",OGP,2008-08-02,,1,0
+3818,Taiwan 2-degree TM zone 119,conversion,,,,,3563,"Topographic and cadastral mapping, engineering survey.",0,9807,,,,"National Land Surveying and Mapping Center (NLSC), http://www.nlsc.gov.tw",OGP,2008-08-11,,1,0
+3820,Taiwan 2-degree TM zone 121,conversion,,,,,3562,"Topographic and cadastral mapping, engineering survey.",0,9807,,,,"National Land Surveying and Mapping Center (NLSC), http://www.nlsc.gov.tw",OGP,2008-08-11,,1,0
+3830,TWD97 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,3824,4326,OGP-Twn,1,1228,Accuracy +/- 1m.,1,9603,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that TWD97 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2008-08-12,,1,0
+3831,Pacific Disaster Center Mercator,conversion,,,,,3172,Small scale mapping and analysis.,0,9804,,,,"Pacific Disaster Center, Kihei, Hawaii, USA.",OGP,2008-09-10,,1,0
+3853,County ST74,conversion,,,,,3608,"Large scale topographic mapping, cadastral and engineering survey.",,9807,,,"In Stockholm commune, replaces ST74 (proj code 19876).","Surveying Department, Stockholm City Planning Administration.",OGP,2009-02-10,2008.111,1,0
+3856,Popular Visualisation Pseudo-Mercator,conversion,,,,,1262,Web mapping and visualisation.,,1024,,,,Microsoft,OGP,2009-02-09,2008.114,1,0
+3858,WGS 84 to EGM2008 Geoid height (1),transformation,4979,3855,NGA-World,1,1262,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,1,1025,,,"Replaces WGS 84 to EGM96 geoid height (1) (tfm code 15781). This tfm uses a grid with node spacing of 2.5 arc-minutes. For a smaller spacing (in principle more exact but requiring greater computing resources) see variant 2, tfm code 3859.",,OGP,2009-02-09,2008.097,1,0
+3859,WGS 84 to EGM2008 Geoid height (2),transformation,4979,3855,NGA-World,2,1262,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,1025,,,"Replaces WGS 84 to EGM96 geoid height (1) (tfm code 15781). This tfm uses a grid with node spacing of 1 arc-minute. For a larger grid spacing (in principle less exact but requiring less computing resources) see variant 1, tfm code 3858.",,OGP,2009-02-09,2008.097,1,0
+3894,IGRS to WGS 84 (1),transformation,3889,4326,OGP-Irq,4,1124,Accuracy 1m.,0,9603,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that IGRS is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2009-02-03,2009.003,1,0
+3895,MGI (Ferro) to MGI (1),transformation,4805,4312,BEV-Aut,1,1037,Change of prime meridian.,0,9601,,,See tfm code 3913 for longitude rotation applied in former Yugoslavia.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-11,2009.015,1,0
+3896,MGI (Ferro) to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4805,4326,BEV-Aut,2,1037,2m accuracy,,,,,,Bundesamt fur Eich- und Vermessungswesen; Wien,OGP,2009-05-10,2009.015,1,0
+3897,US NSIDC Equal Area north projection,conversion,,,,,3475,Gridding including EASE-Grid and small scale digital mapping for environmental sciences in north polar region.,,1027,,,See information source for equations to define Equal-Area Scalable Earth Grid (EASE-Grid) overlay.,"Brodzik, M. J., & Knowles, K. (2002). EASE-Grid: a versatile set of equal-area projections and grids. http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/globalgrids-book/ease_grid",OGP,2009-05-21,2009.007 2008.109,1,0
+3898,US NSIDC Equal Area south projection,conversion,,,,,3474,Gridding including EASE-Grid and small scale digital mapping for environmental sciences in south polar region.,,1027,,,See information source for equations to define Equal-Area Scalable Earth Grid (EASE-Grid) overlay.,"Brodzik, M. J., & Knowles, K. (2002). EASE-Grid: a versatile set of equal-area projections and grids. http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/globalgrids-book/ease_grid",OGP,2009-05-21,2009.007 2008.109,1,0
+3899,US National Atlas Equal Area,conversion,,,,,1245,Statistical mapping,,1027,,,,"United States Geological Survey, Western Geographic Science Center.",OGP,2009-02-04,2009.007,1,0
+3904,ED50 to WGS 84 (32),transformation,4230,4326,Rws-Nld-Nsea,32,1630,E&P operations in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.,5,9606,,,"Parameter values from ED87 to WGS 84 (32) (tfm code 3905), assuming that ED87 is identical to ED50. Errors caused by this assumption can reach 3-5m. Used by NAM for offshore operations until mid 2004, then replaced by tfm code 1311.","Rijkswaterstaat report 9635 ""Coordinaattransformaties en kaartprojecties"", September 1996.",OGP,2009-05-15,2009.013,1,0
+3905,ED87 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4231,4326,OGP-Eur,2,1297,Scientific research.,1,9606,,,Parameter values taken from ED87 to ETRS89 (1) (tfm code 4078) assuming that ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Used as a tfm between ED50 and WGS 84 - see code 3904.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-14,2009.013,1,0
+3913,MGI (Ferro) to MGI 1901 (1),transformation,4805,3906,OGP-Yug,1,2370,Change of prime meridian.,1,9601,,,Uses Albrecht 1902 value. See tfm code 3895 for longitude rotation applied in Austria.,Gabor Timar (2007): The Ferro prime meridian. Geodezia es Kartografia vol 59 issue 12 pages 3-7.,OGP,2009-05-11,2009.015,1,0
+3914,MGI 1901 to ETRS89 (3),transformation,3906,4258,GURS-Svn,3,1212,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation MGI 1901 to WGS 84 - see code 3915.,Geodetska Uprava Republike Slovenij via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3915,MGI 1901 to WGS 84 (5),transformation,3906,4326,EPSG-Svn,5,1212,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from MGI 1901 to ETRS89 (3) (code 3914). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3916,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (1),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn,1,1212,1m accuracy.,1,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible. May be taken as approx tfm MGI 1901 to WGS 84 (see code 3917).,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3917,MGI 1901 to WGS 84 (9),transformation,3906,4326,OGP-Svn 96,9,1212,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (1) (code 3916). Assumes Slovenia 1996 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3918,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (2),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn W,1,3564,0.5m accuracy.,0.5,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3919,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (3),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn NE,1,3565,0.5m accuracy.,0.5,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3921,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (4),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn SE 0.5m,1,3566,0.5m accuracy.,0.5,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3922,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (5),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn SE 0.3m,1,3567,0.3m accuracy.,0.3,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3923,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (6),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn Dol,1,3568,0.3m accuracy.,0.3,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3924,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (7),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn Staj,1,3569,0.3m accuracy.,0.3,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3925,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (8),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn Pom,1,3570,0.3m accuracy.,0.3,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3926,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (9),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn Gor,1,3571,0.3m accuracy.,0.3,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3927,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (10),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn Prim,1,3572,0.3m accuracy.,0.3,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3928,MGI 1901 to Slovenia 1996 (11),transformation,3906,4765,GuRS-Svn cen,1,3573,0.3m accuracy.,0.3,9607,,,Info source also gives a separate reverse tfm with slightly different parameter values. Given the tfm accuracy these differences are not significant and this tfm can be considered reversible.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3929,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (1),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 1,1,2578,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9990153250° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3930,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (2),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 2,2,2579,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9987988952° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3931,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (3),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 3,3,2582,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9990080921° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3932,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (4),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 4,4,2583,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9991387616° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3933,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (5),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 5,5,3348,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9988083326° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3934,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (6),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 6,6,2422,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9985894280° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3935,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (7),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 7,7,3349,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9989361857° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3936,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (8),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 8,8,3350,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9990279960° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3937,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (9),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 9,9,2580,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9984713141° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3938,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (10),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 10,10,3345,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9984602820° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3939,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (11),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 11,11,2581,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9982890576° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3940,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (12),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 12,12,3351,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9995848956° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3941,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (13),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 13,13,3352,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9978086208° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3951,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (14),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 14,14,3353,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9986330172° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3952,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (15),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 15,15,3354,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9986660539° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3953,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (16),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 16,16,3560,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9988835539° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3954,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (17),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 17,17,3347,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9985599438° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3955,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (18),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 18,18,2584,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9993228929° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3956,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (19),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 19,19,2585,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9975573682° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3957,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (20),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 20,20,2877,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9981683819° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3958,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (21),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 21,21,2586,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9987926666° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-14,2009.015,1,0
+3959,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (22),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 22,22,2587,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9978515930° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3960,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (23),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 23,23,2878,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9980774015° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-01,2009.015,1,0
+3961,D48 / GK to D96 / TM (24),transformation,3912,3794,GuRS-Svn 24,24,3346,Accuracy 0.2m.,0.2,9621,,,Information source gives rotation angle of source CRS axes as 359.9979842399° using opposite rotation convention to EPSG formula.,"Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije, http://www.gu.gov.si",OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3962,MGI 1901 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,3906,4326,NIMA-balk,1,2370,For military purposes only.,5,9603,,,Accuracy estimate not available from information source but established empirically by OGP.,U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency TR8350.2 revision of October 1997; http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,OGP,2009-03-04,2009.015,1,0
+3963,MGI 1901 to ETRS89 (2),transformation,3906,4258,DGU-Hrv,2,1076,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,May be taken as approximate transformation MGI 1901 to WGS 84 - see code 3964.,Drzavna Geodetska Uprava via EuroGeographics; http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/,OGP,2009-03-14,2009.015,1,0
+3964,MGI 1901 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,3906,4326,EPSG-Hrv,4,1076,For applications to an accuracy of 1 metre.,1,9606,,,Parameter values from MGI 1901 to ETRS89 (2) (code 3963). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2009-03-14,2009.015,1,0
+3965,MGI 1901 to WGS 84 (6),transformation,3906,4326,JPet-Yug,6,3536,Oil industry,10,9603,,,,Jugopetrol,OGP,2009-03-12,2009.015,1,0
+3966,MGI (Ferro) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4805,4326,DMA-balk,1,2370,For military purposes only.,,,,,Accuracy estimate is not available.,OGP,OGP,2009-03-02,2009.015,1,0
+3967,Virginia Lambert Conic Conformal,conversion,,,,,1415,State-wide spatial data presentation and mapping.,,9802,,,,Virginia Information Technologies Agency; http://gisdata.virginia.gov/Portal/,OGP,2009-04-08,2009.020,1,0
+3971,PSAD56 to SIRGAS 1995 (1),transformation,4248,4170,IGM-Ecu,1,3241,"Suitable for mapping at 1:25,000 scale and smaller.",5,9607,,,Derived at 42 points. May be taken as transformation PSAD56 to WGS 84 - see code 3990.,IGM Ecuador,OGP,2009-04-08,2009.016,1,0
+3972,Chua to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4224,4326,SICAD-Bra DF pre 2000,2,3619,Used by governmental agencies in Distrito Federal until adoption of SIRGAS 2000 by Brazil in 2005. Legally mandated for Cartography System of Distrito Federal (SICAD) until 2005.,5,9603,,,Mandatory for SICAD use until 2005. Replaced by Chua to SIRGAS 2000 (tfm code 4069).,Sistema Cartográfico do Distrito Federal,OGP,2009-05-15,2009.021,1,0
+3977,Canada Atlas Lambert,conversion,,,,,1061,Used for Atlas of Canada and nationwide web mapping applications.,,9802,,,,"Natural Resources Canada, Atlas of Canada;  http://atlas.nrcan.gc.ca",OGP,2009-04-26,2009.012,1,0
+3980,Katanga Lambert,conversion,,,,,3147,Medium and small scale topographic mapping.,,9802,,,,"J Maury, ""Triangulation du Katanga"", Institut Royal Colonial Belge, Brussels 1931.",OGP,2009-04-15,2009.011,1,0
+3981,Katanga Gauss zone A,conversion,,,,,3612,"Cadastre, engineering survey.",,9807,,,,"J Maury, ""Triangulation du Katanga"", Institut Royal Colonial Belge, Brussels 1931.",OGP,2009-03-11,2009.011,1,0
+3982,Katanga Gauss zone B,conversion,,,,,3611,"Cadastre, engineering survey.",,9807,,,,"J Maury, ""Triangulation du Katanga"", Institut Royal Colonial Belge, Brussels 1931.",OGP,2009-03-11,2009.011,1,0
+3983,Katanga Gauss zone C,conversion,,,,,3610,"Cadastre, engineering survey.",,9807,,,,"J Maury, ""Triangulation du Katanga"", Institut Royal Colonial Belge, Brussels 1931.",OGP,2009-03-11,2009.011,1,0
+3984,Katanga Gauss zone D,conversion,,,,,3609,"Cadastre, engineering survey.",,9807,,,,"J Maury, ""Triangulation du Katanga"", Institut Royal Colonial Belge, Brussels 1931.",OGP,2009-03-11,2009.011,1,0
+3990,PSAD56 to WGS 84 (14),transformation,4248,4326,IGM-Ecu,14,3241,"Suitable for mapping at 1:25,000 scale and smaller.",5,9607,,,Parameter values from PSAD56 to SIRGAS 1995 (1) (code 3971). Assumes SIRGAS 1995 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation.,IGM Ecuador,OGP,2009-04-08,2009.016,1,0
+3998,Arc 1960 to WGS 84 (4),transformation,4210,4326,DMA-Bdi,4,1058,For military purposes. Accuracy 20m in each axis.,35,9603,,,"Derived at 3 stations. From inspection of parameter values and geographic applicability of CRS, OGP believes that the published source CRS (Arc 1950) has been misidentified by information source. Analysis of TR8350.2 contour charts suggest Arc 1960.",U.S. Defense Mapping Agency TR8350.2 September 1987.,OGP,2009-05-10,2009.025,1,0
+3999,Moldova Transverse Mercator,conversion,,,,,1162,"Cadastre, engineering survey.",,9807,,,,State Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre.,OGP,2009-05-11,2009.026,1,0
+4064,RGRDC 2005 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4046,4326,OGP-DUC,1,3613,Accuracy 1m.,1,9603,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that RGRDC 2005 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2009-04-16,2009.011,1,0
+4065,Katanga 1955 to RGRDC 2005 (1),transformation,4695,4046,Rec-DUC,1,3614,Accuracy 1.5m.,1.5,9603,,,Derived at 4 stations in Lubumbashi area. May be taken as approximate transformation Katanga 1955 to WGS 84 - see code 4066.,"""Revision du Tiers Meridional du Reseau Geodesique de la RDC"", COPIREP Reclus project report, 2005.",OGP,2009-05-11,2009.011,1,0
+4066,Katanga 1955 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4695,4326,Rec-DUC,1,3614,Accuracy 1.5m.,1.5,9603,,,Parameter values taken from Katanga 1955 to RGRDC 2005 (1) (code 4065) assuming that RGRDC 2005 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-11,2009.011,1,0
+4067,Katanga 1955 to RGRDC 2005 (2),transformation,4695,4046,SDG-DUC,2,3614,Accuracy 0.5m.,0.5,9636,,,Derived at 5 stations across Lubumbashi-Likasi region. Used as transformation Katanga 1955 to WGS 84 - see code 4068.,SD Geomatique.,OGP,2009-04-16,2009.011,1,0
+4068,Katanga 1955 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4695,4326,SDG-DUC,2,3614,Accuracy 1m.,1,9636,,,Parameter values taken from Katanga 1955 to RGRDC 2005 (2) (code 4067) assuming that RGRDC 2005 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,SD Geomatique.,OGP,2009-04-16,2009.011,1,0
+4069,Chua to SIRGAS 2000 (1),transformation,4224,4674,SICAD-Bra DF,1,3619,Used by governmental agencies in Distrito Federal after adoption of SIRGAS 2000 by Brazil in 2005. Legally mandated for Cartography System of Distrito Federal (SICAD).,5,9603,,,Mandatory for SICAD use. Replaces Chua to WGS 84 (2) (code 3972). May be used as a tfm to WGS 84 - see tfm code 4070.,Sistema Cartográfico do Distrito Federal,OGP,2009-05-15,2009.021,1,0
+4070,Chua to WGS 84 (3),transformation,4224,4674,OGP-Bra DF post 2000,3,1053,Cartography System of Distrito Federal (SICAD),5,9603,,,Parameter values from Chua to SIRGAS 2000 (1) (tfm code 4069) assuming that within the tfm accuracy SIRGAS 2000 is equivalent to WGS 84.,Sistema Cartográfico do Distrito Federal,OGP,2009-05-14,2009.021,1,0
+4076,SREF98 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4075,4258,OGP-Srb,1,3534,SREF98 is a regional realisation of ETRS89.,0,9603,,,May be taken as approximate transformation HTRS96 to WGS 84 - see code 4077.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-11,2009.015,1,0
+4077,SREF98 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4075,4326,OGP-Srb,1,3534,Accuracy +/- 1 metre.,1,9603,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84. SREF98 is a regional realisation of ETRS89.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-11,2009.015,1,0
+4078,ED87 to ETRS89 (1),transformation,4231,4258,IERS-Eur,1,1297,Scientific research.,0.3,9606,,,May be used as a transformation between ED87 and WGS 84 - see tfm code 3905.,"IERS Paris via Rijkswaterstaat report 9635 September 1996 ""Coordinaattransformaties en kaartprojecties"".",OGP,2009-05-15,2009.013,1,0
+4084,REGCAN to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4081,4326,OGP-esp,1,3199,Accuracy +/- 1m.,1,9603,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that REGCAN95 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-14,2009.033,1,0
+4085,World Equidistant Cylindrical,conversion,,,,,1262,Graticule coordinates in rectangular Cartesian form.,,1028,,,Origin at intersection of equator and prime meridian. See projection code 4086 for spherical development.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-20,2009.023,1,0
+4086,World Equidistant Cylindrical (Sphere),conversion,,,,,1262,Graticule coordinates in rectangular Cartesian form.,,1029,,,Origin at intersection of equator and prime meridian.,OGP,OGP,2009-05-20,2009.023,1,0
+5400,Baltic height to Caspian depth (1),transformation,5705,5706,Caspian Sea,1,2314,Vertical datum change for hydrographic charting.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 28m above Caspian datum plane.,,OGP,2008-04-11,2006.890 2008.010,1,0
+5401,Belfast to Malin Head,transformation,5732,5731,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0.01,9616,,,Belfast datum is 37mm above Malin Head datum.,,OGP,2001-11-06,,1,1
+5402,Baltic height to AIOC95 depth (1),transformation,5705,5734,AIOC95-Aze,1,2592,Vertical datum change for engineering surveying.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 26.3m above AIOC95 datum plane.,BP,OGP,2008-04-11,2006.890 2008.010,1,0
+5403,AIOC95 depth to Caspian depth (1),transformation,5734,5706,AIOC95-Aze,1,2592,Vertical datum change for hydrographic charting.,0,9616,,,AIOC95 datum plane is 1.7m above Caspian datum plane.,BP,OGP,2008-03-14,2006.890 2008.010,1,0
+5404,Baltic to Black Sea (1),transformation,5705,5735,Black Sea,1,1102,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum is 0.4m above Black Sea datum.,BP,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+5405,Hong Kong Principal height to Hong Kong Chart depth (1),transformation,5738,5739,SMO-HK,1,1118,Vertical datum change for hydrographic charting.,0,9616,,,HKPD is 0.146m above chart datum.,"Survey and Mapping Office, Lands Department. Http://www.info.gov.hk/landsd/mapping/tindex.htm",OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+5406,Belfast to Malin Head (1),transformation,5732,5731,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0.01,9616,,,Belfast datum is 37mm below Malin Head datum.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+5407,Poolbeg to Malin Head (1),transformation,5754,5731,OSI-Ire,1,1305,Vertical datum change for topographic mapping and engineering survey. Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9616,,,Poolbeg datum is 2.7m below Malin Head datum. Transformations are subject to localised anomalies.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+5408,Poolbeg to Belfast (1),transformation,5754,5732,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey. Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9616,,,Poolbeg datum is 2.7m below Belfast datum. Transformations are subject to localised anomalies.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+5409,NGVD29 height to NAVD88 height (1),transformation,5702,5703,NGS-US Conus W,1,2950,Accuracy 2cm,0.02,9658,,,"Interpolation within the gridded data file may be made using any of the horizontal CRSs NAD27, NAD83 or NAD83(HARN).","National Geodetic Survey, www.ngs.noaa.gov",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5410,NGVD29 height to NAVD88 height (2),transformation,5702,5703,NGS-US Conus C,2,2949,Accuracy 2cm,0.02,9658,,,"Interpolation within the gridded data file may be made using any of the horizontal CRSs NAD27, NAD83 or NAD83(HARN).","National Geodetic Survey, www.ngs.noaa.gov",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5411,NGVD29 height to NAVD88 height (3),transformation,5702,5703,NGS-US Conus E,3,2948,Accuracy 2cm,0.02,9658,,,"Interpolation within the gridded data file may be made using any of the horizontal CRSs NAD27, NAD83 or NAD83(HARN).","National Geodetic Survey, www.ngs.noaa.gov",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5412,KOC CD to Kuwait PWD (1),transformation,5790,5788,KOC-Kwt,1,1136,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Construction datum is 0.49m below PWD datum.,KOC,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+5413,KOC CD height to KOC WD depth (1),transformation,5790,5789,KOC-Kwt,1,1136,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Construction Datum datum plane is 4.74m (15.55ft) below Well Datum datum plane.,KOC,OGP,2008-04-11,2008.010,1,0
+5414,KOC WD to Kuwait PWD (1),transformation,5789,5788,KOC-Kwt,1,1136,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Well datum is 4.25m above PWD datum.,KOC,OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,1
+5415,GHA height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5778,5730,EuG-Aut,1,1037,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 114 points. RMS residual 0.031m, maximum residual 0.061m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5416,Baltic 1982 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5786,5730,EuG-Bgr,1,1056,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 36 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.006m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5417,DNN height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5733,5730,EuG-Den,1,1080,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 707 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.009m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5418,Baltic to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Est,1,1090,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 36 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.005m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2004-06-16,,1,1
+5419,NGF IGN69 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5720,5730,EuG-Fra,1,1326,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 8 points. RMS residual 0.005m, maximum residual 0.010m. IGN69 datum plane is below EVRF2000 datum plane.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5420,DHHN92 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5783,5730,EuG-Deu,1,3339,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 443 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.007m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5421,DHHN85 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5784,5730,EuG-Deu W,1,2326,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 363 points. RMS residual 0.004m, maximum residual 0.026m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5422,SNN76 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5785,5730,EuG-Deu E,1,1343,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 73 points. RMS residual 0.004m, maximum residual 0.011m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5423,Newlyn to EVRF2000 (1),transformation,5778,5730,EuG-Gbr,1,2792,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 5 points. RMS residual 0.019m, maximum residual 0.022m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2004-06-16,,1,1
+5424,EOMA height 1980 to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5787,5730,EuG-Hun,1,1119,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,Determined at 35 points. RMS residual 0.003m.,"EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5425,NAP height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5709,5730,EuG-Nld,1,1275,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 757 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.021m. NAP datum plane is below EVRF2000 datum plane.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5426,NN54 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5776,5730,EuG-Nor,1,1352,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 117 points. RMS residual 0.037m, maximum residual 0.076m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5427,Cascais height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5780,5730,EuG-Prt,1,1294,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 5 points. RMS residual 0.013m, maximum residual 0.021m. Cascais datum plane is below EVRF2000 datum plane.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5428,NVN99 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5779,5730,EuG-Svn,1,1212,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 9 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.004m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5429,Alicante height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5782,5730,EuG-Esp,1,2366,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,Determined at 70 points. RMS residual 0.010m.,"EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5430,RH70 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5718,5730,EuG-Swe,1,1225,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 21 points. RMS residual 0.011m, maximum residual 0.023m. Not recognised by National Land Survey of Sweden. No longer supported by information source.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010 2008.012,1,0
+5431,LN02 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5728,5730,EuG-Che,1,1286,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 225 points. RMS residual 0.033m, maximum residual 0.094m","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2005.180 2008.010,1,0
+5432,N60 height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5717,5730,EuG-Fin,1,1095,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,"Determined at 66 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.009m. N60 datum plane is above EVRF2000 datum plane.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5433,Newlyn height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5701,5730,EuG-Gbr,1,2792,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 5 points. RMS residual 0.019m, maximum residual 0.022m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+5434,Baltic to EVRF2000 (2),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Ltu,2,1145,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 46 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.003m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2005-05-27,,1,1
+5435,Baltic height to EVRF2000 height (3),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Svk,3,1211,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 3 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.001m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-12,2005.890 2008.010,1,0
+5436,Baltic height to EVRF2000 height (1),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Est,1,1090,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 36 points. RMS residual 0.003m, maximum residual 0.005m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-12,2008.010,1,0
+5437,Baltic height to EVRF2000 height (2),transformation,5705,5730,EuG-Ltu,2,1145,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9657,,,"Determined at 46 points. RMS residual 0.002m, maximum residual 0.003m.","EuroGeographics, http://crs.bkg.bund.de/crs-eu/",OGP,2008-03-12,2008.010,1,0
+5438,Baltic height to Caspian height (1),transformation,5705,5611,Caspian Sea,1,2314,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 28m above Caspian datum plane.,Hydrographic Department of Azerbaijan.,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5440,Baltic depth to Caspian depth (1),transformation,5612,5706,Caspian Sea,1,2314,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 28m above Caspian datum plane.,Hydrographic Department of Azerbaijan.,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5441,Baltic depth to Caspian height (1),transformation,5612,5611,Caspian Sea,1,2314,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 28m above Caspian datum plane.,Hydrographic Department of Azerbaijan.,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5442,Baltic height to Baltic depth (1),transformation,5705,5612,OGP-FSU,1,1284,Axis change.,0,9616,,,,OGP,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5443,Baltic height to AIOC95 height (1),transformation,5705,5797,AIOC95-Aze,1,2592,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 26.3m above AIOC95 datum plane.,BP,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5445,Baltic depth to AIOC95 depth (1),transformation,5612,5734,AIOC95-Aze,1,2592,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 26.3m above AIOC95 datum plane.,BP,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5446,Baltic depth to AIOC95 height (1),transformation,5612,5797,AIOC95-Aze,1,2592,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 26.3m above AIOC95 datum plane.,BP,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5447,Baltic height to Black Sea height (1),transformation,5705,5735,Black Sea,1,1102,Vertical datum change.,0,9616,,,Baltic datum plane is 0.4m above Black Sea datum plane.,BP,OGP,2008-04-11,,1,0
+5448,Poolbeg height to Malin Head height (1),transformation,5754,5731,OSI-Ire,1,1305,Vertical datum change for topographic mapping and engineering survey. Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9616,,,Poolbeg datum plane is 2.7m below Malin Head datum plane. Transformations are subject to localised anomalies.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",OGP,2006-10-13,2006.890,1,0
+5449,Poolbeg height to Belfast height (1),transformation,5754,5732,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey. Accuracy 0.1m.,0.1,9616,,,Poolbeg datum plane is 2.7m below Belfast datum plane. Transformations are subject to localised anomalies.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5450,KOC CD height to Kuwait PWD height (1),transformation,5790,5788,KOC-Kwt,1,3267,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Construction Datum datum plane is 0.49m below PWD datum plane.,KOC,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5452,Belfast height to Malin Head height (1),transformation,5732,5731,OSNI-Gbr NI,1,1305,Vertical datum change for large scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0.01,9616,,,Belfast datum is 37mm below Malin Head datum.,"""The Irish Grid - A Description of the Co-ordinate Reference System"" published by Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Dublin and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, Belfast.",OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5453,KOC CD height to KOC WD depth (ft) (1),transformation,5790,5614,KOC-Kwt,1,3267,Vertical datum change including change of axis unit.,0.1,9616,,,Construction Datum datum plane is 4.74m (15.55ft) below Well Datum datum plane.,KOC,OGP,2008-03-14,,1,0
+5454,HKPD height to HKCD depth (1),transformation,5738,5739,SMO-HK,1,1118,Vertical datum change for hydrographic charting.,0,9616,,,HKPD datum plane is 0.146m above HKCD datum plane.,"Survey and Mapping Office, Lands Department. Http://www.info.gov.hk/landsd/mapping/tindex.htm",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.890 2008.010,1,0
+5455,KOC WD depth to Kuwait PWD height (1),transformation,5789,5788,KOC-Kwt,1,1136,Vertical datum change.,0.1,9616,,,Well Datum datum plane is 4.25m above PWD datum plane.,KOC,OGP,2008-04-11,,1,0
+8046,ED50 to WGS 84 (14),concatenated operation,4230,4326,5Nat-NSea90,14,2330,Primarily oil industry usage.,,,,,"1990 agreement between Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Netherlands and Norway. Supersedes 1981 6-nations agreement between ED50 and WGS72 or WGS72BE. Only actively used offshore Norway but see ED50 to WGS 84 (24) (code 1613) for simpler transformation.","Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1 ""The transformation between ED50 and WGS84 for exploration purposes in the  [...]
+8047,ED50 to WGS 84 (15),concatenated operation,4230,4326,NMA-Nor N65 1991,15,2331,Oil exploration before 2001.,,,,,Replaced by codes 8569 and 1612 in 1997 and 2001.¶The concatenation of transformations 1147 and 1146 gives the following position vector tfm: dX=-84.491 dY=-100.559 dZ=-114.209 metres rX= -2.4006 rY=-0.5367 rZ=-2.3742 microradians dS=+0.2947 ppm.,"Statenskartverk note of January 1991 ""Om transformasjon mellom geodetiske datum i Norge"".",OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+8094,NTF (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4807,4326,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,?,,,,,,OGP,OGP,1996-10-18,,1,0
+8174,Bogota 1975 (Bogota) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4802,4326,DMA-Col,1,1070,"For military purposes. Accuracy 6m, 5m and 6m in X, Y and Z axes.",,,,,,OGP,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+8175,Monte Mario (Rome) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4806,4326,EPSG-Ita,1,2339,For military purposes. Accuracy 25m in each axis.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+8176,Tananarive (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4810,4326,EPSG-Mdg,1,1149,For military purposes. Accuracy not available.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+8178,Batavia (Jakarta) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4813,4326,EPSG-Idn Sumatra,1,1355,For military purposes. Accuracy 3m in each axis.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,1997-04-11,,1,0
+8183,HD72 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4237,4326,EPSG-Hun,1,1119,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1997-07-22,,1,1
+8186,NTF (Paris) to ED50 (1),concatenated operation,4807,4230,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,?,,,,,,OGP,OGP,1997-11-13,,1,0
+8188,NTF (Paris) to WGS 72 (1),concatenated operation,4807,4322,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,?,,,,,,OGP,OGP,1997-11-13,,1,0
+8190,AGD66 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus 5m,2,2575,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84. 0.1m accuracy.,OGP,OGP,1998-12-16,1998.500,1,1
+8192,AGD84 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus 5m,3,2575,5m accuracy. Approximation assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-12-16,1998.500,1,1
+8194,AGD84 to WGS 84 (4),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus 1m,4,2575,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-12-16,1998.500,1,1
+8195,RT90 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4124,4326,EPSG-Swe,1,1225,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-04-22,1999.110,1,1
+8199,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4284,4326,EPSG-Ltu,2,1145,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that LKS94(ETRS89) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that LKS94(ETRS89) is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-03-12,,1,1
+8211,Voirol 1875 (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4811,4326,EPSG-Dza N,1,2347,Oil exploration.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,1998-03-12,,1,0
+8215,Tete to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz,1,1167,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-04-16,,1,1
+8217,Tete to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz A,2,2350,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-04-16,,1,1
+8219,Tete to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz B,3,2351,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-04-16,,1,1
+8221,Tete to WGS 84 (4),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz C,4,2352,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-04-16,,1,1
+8223,Tete to WGS 84 (5),concatenated operation,4127,4326,EPSG-Moz D,5,2353,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that Moznet is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-04-16,,1,1
+8234,DHDN to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4314,4326,EPSG-Deu W,1,2326,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-06-30,,1,1
+8236,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (11),concatenated operation,4284,4326,EPSG-Deu E,11,1343,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRF89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-06-30,,1,1
+8241,Madrid 1870 (Madrid) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4903,4326,EPSG-Esp,1,1217,?,,,,,,See individual transformations.,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,0
+8243,NAD27 to WGS 84 (25),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can old,25,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84. Superseded by NAD27 to WGS 84 (27) (code 8404) in Quebec and NAD27 to WGS 84 (26) (code 8245) elsewhere in Canada.,OGP,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,1
+8245,NAD27 to WGS 84 (26),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can,26,1061,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1998-11-11,,1,1
+8263,MGI (Ferro) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4805,4326,DMA-balk,1,2370,For military purposes only.,,,,,Accuracy estimate is not available.,OGP,OGP,1998-12-12,2009.015,1,1
+8386,Old Hawaiian to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4135,4326,EPSG-Usa Hi,1,1334,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8388,St. Lawrence Island to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4136,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StL,1,1332,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8390,St. Paul Island to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4137,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StP,1,1333,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8392,St. George Island to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4138,4326,EPSG-Usa AK StG,1,1331,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8394,NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4609,4326,EPSG-Can Qc NT1,1,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84. Superseded by NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (2) (code 8564).,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8396,AGD66 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus ACT 1m,3,2283,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84. Superseded by AGD66 to WGS 84 (11) (code 8581).,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8398,AGD66 to WGS 84 (4),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Tas 1m,4,1282,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84. Superseded by AGD66 to WGS 84 (9) (code 8576).,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8400,AGD66 to WGS 84 (5),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus NSW Vic 1m,5,2286,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8402,Puerto Rico to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4139,4326,EPSG-PRVI,1,1335,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8404,NAD27 to WGS 84 (27),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can QC,27,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84. Superseded by NAD27 to WGS 84 (31) (code 8565).,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8406,NAD27(76) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4608,4326,EPSG-Can On,1,1367,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8408,AGD66 to WGS 84 (6),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Vic 0.1m,6,2285,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Superseded by AGD66 to WGS 84 (11) (code 8578).,OGP,OGP,1999-05-24,,1,1
+8418,ATS77 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can NB,1,1447,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+8419,ATS77 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4122,4326,EPSG-Can PEI,2,1533,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8420,NAD27 to WGS 84 (32),concatenated operation,4267,4326,SK PMC-Can SK,32,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8421,NAD83 to WGS 84 (7),concatenated operation,4269,4326,SK PMC-Can SK,7,2375,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,Dir Geodetic Surveys; SaskGeomatics Div.; Saskatchewan Property Management Company.,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8422,NAD83 to WGS 84 (8),concatenated operation,4269,4326,Alb Env-Can AB,8,2376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,"The gridded difference file AB_CSRS.DAC in STEP 1 will need to be renamed to AB_CSRS.gsb to run in some software suites. Formats identical, but AB file is provincial fit only.",Geodetic Control Section; Land and Forest Svc; Alberta Environment; http://www.gov.ab.ca/env/land/dos/ or email to geoff.banham at gov.ab.ca,OGP,2 [...]
+8453,AGD66 to WGS 84 (7),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Tas 0.1m,7,1282,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+8454,AGD66 to WGS 84 (8),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus NT 0.1m,8,2284,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+8457,CH1903+ to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4150,4326,EPSG-CH,1,1286,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that CHTRF95 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that CHTRF95 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+8460,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (1),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa AL,1,1372,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8590.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8461,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (2),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa AZ,2,1373,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8591.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8462,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (3),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa CA n,3,2297,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8593.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8463,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (4),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa CA s,4,2298,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8594.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8464,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (5),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa CO,5,1376,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8595.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8465,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (6),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa GA,6,1380,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8597.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8466,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (7),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa FL,7,1379,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8596.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8467,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (8),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT e,8,2382,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8611.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8468,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (9),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ID MT w,9,2383,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8612.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8469,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (10),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa KY,10,1386,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8602.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8470,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (11),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa LA,11,1387,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8603.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8471,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (12),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa DE MD,12,2377,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8605.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8472,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (13),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ME,13,1388,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8604.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8473,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (14),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MI,14,1391,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8607.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8474,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (15),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MS,15,1393,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8609.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8475,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (16),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NE,16,1396,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8613.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8476,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (17),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NewEng,17,2378,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8606.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8477,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (18),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NM,18,1400,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8616.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8478,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (19),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NY,19,1401,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8617.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8479,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (20),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa ND,20,1403,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8618.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8480,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (21),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa OK,21,1405,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8620.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8481,Puerto Rico to NAD83(HARN) (1),concatenated operation,4139,4152,NGS-PRVI,1,1335,Accuracy 0.1m at 67% confidence level.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation Puerto Rico to WGS 84 - see code 8583.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8482,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (22),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa SD,22,1410,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8622.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8483,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (23),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa TN,23,1411,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8623.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8484,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (24),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa TX e,24,2379,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8624.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8485,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (25),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa TX w,25,2380,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8625.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8486,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (26),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa VA,26,1415,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8627.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8487,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (27),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa OR WA,27,2381,"Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m onshore, 5m nearshore and undetermined farther offshore.",,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8621.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8488,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (28),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa WI,28,1418,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8629.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8489,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (29),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa WY,29,1419,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8630.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey www.ngs.noaa.gov NADCON readme file,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,0
+8496,NAD27 to WGS 84 (28),concatenated operation,4267,4326,NGS-Usa conus,28,2374,Geodetic survey.,,,,,,Both transformations from US National Geodetic Survey.,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+8497,NAD27 to WGS 84 (29),concatenated operation,4267,4326,NGS-Usa AK,29,2373,Geodetic survey.,,,,,,Both transformations from US National Geodetic Survey.,OGP,1999-10-20,,1,1
+8508,Old Hawaiian to NAD83(HARN) (1),concatenated operation,4135,4152,NGS-Usa HI,1,1334,Assumes NAD83 is coincident with NAD83(HARN). Accuracy about 1m.,,,,,"Uses NADCON method which expects longitudes positive west; EPSG GeogCRSs Old Hawaiian (code 4135), NAD83 (code 4269) and NAD83(HARN) have longitudes positive east. May be taken as approximate transformation Old Hawaiin to WGS 84 - see code 8582.",US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8509,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (30),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa IN,30,1383,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8599.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8510,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (31),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa KS,31,1385,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8601.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8511,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (32),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NV,32,1397,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8614.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8512,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (33),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa OH,33,1404,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8619.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8513,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (34),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa UT,34,1413,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8626.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8514,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (35),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa WV,35,1417,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8628.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8517,Chos Malal 1914 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4160,4326,TOT-Arg Neu,1,2325,Oil exploration,,,,,May be implemented using a single step geocentric translations of dx=+5.5m dY=+176.7m dZ=+141.4m.,Total-Fina,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+8530,South Yemen to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4164,4326,IGN-Yem South,1,1340,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NGN96 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,May be implemented as a single transformation using geocentric translations transformation method with parameter values dX=-76m dY=-138m dZ=+67m.,IGN Paris,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,1
+8532,Indian 1960 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4131,4326,PV-Vnm,1,1495,Oil exploration.,,,,,May be implemented as a single transformation using position vector 7-parameter geocentric transformation method with parameter values dX=+199m dY=+931m dZ=+318.9m rX=rY=0 sec rZ=+0.814 sec dS=-0.38 ppm.,Various oil company sources.,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+8537,Egypt 1907 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4229,4326,MCE-Egy,2,1086,Oil exploration.,,,,,Used by Shell. May be implemented as a single transformation using position vector 7-parameter geocentric transformation method with parameter values dX=-121.8m dY=+98.1m dZ=-10.7m rX=rY=0 sec rZ=+0.554 sec dS=+0.2263 ppm.,Maridive,OGP,2000-03-07,,1,0
+8553,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (36),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa IL,36,1382,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8598.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8554,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (37),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa NJ,37,1399,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8615.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2000-01-06,,1,0
+8560,AGD84 to WGS 84 (5),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus WA,5,1280,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84. Superseded by AGD84 to WGS 84 (6) (code 8579).,OGP,OGP,2000-06-10,,1,1
+8562,Nord Sahara 1959 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4307,4326,CGG-Alg HM,3,2393,Oil exploration.,,,,,Derived at IGN monument CFP19 using Transit. Can be implemented as a single 7-param Position Vector transformation with parameter values of dX=-156m dY=-87.2m dZ=+287.8m; rX=rY=0 rZ=+0.814sec; dS=-0.38ppm.,,OGP,2000-06-23,,1,0
+8563,NZGD49 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4272,4326,OSG-Nzl 1m,3,1175,Assumes WGS 84 is coincident with NZGD2000. Accuracy about 1m.,,,,,Assumes WGS 84 is coincident with NZGD2000. Accuracy about 1m.,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8564,NAD27(CGQ77) to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4609,4326,EPSG-Can Qc NT2,2,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8565,NAD27 to WGS 84 (31),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can Que,31,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8566,NAD83 to WGS 84 (6),concatenated operation,4269,4326,EPSG-Can Qc,6,1368,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that NAD83(CSRS98) is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8567,OSGB36 / National Grid to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,27700,4326,EPSG-Gbr,1,1264,Assumes ETRS89 is coincident with WGS 84. Accuracy about 0.5m.,,,,,Assumes ETRF89 is coincident with WGS 84. Accuracy about 0.5m.,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8568,Deir ez Zor to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4227,4326,EPSG-Syr,1,2329,Oil exploration,,,,,"Can be implemented as a position vector tfm with param. values dX=-174.6 dY=-3.1 dZ=238.1m; rX=rY=0 rZ=0.814""; dS=-0.38 ppm.",OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,0
+8569,ED50 to WGS 84 (21),concatenated operation,4230,4326,EPSG-Nor N65 1997,21,2332,Oil exploration before 1997/2001.,,,,,Included in Statens Kartverk programme wsktrans between 1997 (v3.1) and 2001 (v4.0). Replaced by ED50 to WGS 84 (23) (code 1612) in April 2001.,EPSG guidance note #10.,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+8570,ED50 to ETRS89 (2),concatenated operation,4230,4258,5Nat-NSea98,2,2330,Offshore.,,,,,Taken from ED50 to WGS 84 (14) (code 8046). In 1998 agreed that within the accuracy of that transformation WGS 84 equates to ETRS89 and the transformation would relate ED50 to ETRS89.,Statens Kartverk.,OGP,2001-06-05,2000.720 2001.060,1,1
+8571,Accra to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4168,4326,EPSG-Gha,2,1505,Oil industry.,,,,,"Can be implemented as a position vector tfm dX=-171.16 dY=17.29 dZ=325.21m, rX=rY=0 rZ=0.814"", dS=-0.38 ppm. See tfm code 15495. Found in use within oil industry erroneously concatenated as dX=-171.16 dY=17.29 dZ=327.81m, rX=rY0 rZ=0.554"", dS=0.2263 ppm.",OGP,OGP,2008-09-24,2008.092,1,0
+8572,Amersfoort to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4289,4326,EPSG-Nld,2,1275,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Parameter values for step 1 from Amersfoort to ETRS89 (2) (code 1751). Step 2 assumes that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation. Supersedes Amersfoort to WGS 84 (1) (code 1112).,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8573,RGF93 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4171,4326,EPSG-Fra,1,1096,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8574,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm,2,2288,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",,,,,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARNS) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8575,American Samoa 1962 to WGS 84 (3),concatenated operation,4169,4326,EPSG-Asm,3,2289,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARN) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",,,,,"Transformation actually to NAD83(HARN), but for many purposes NAD83(HARNS) can be considered to be coincident with WGS 84.",OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8576,AGD66 to WGS 84 (9),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus Tas 1m,9,1282,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84. Supersedes AGD66 to WGS 84 (4) (code 8398).,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8577,AGD66 to WGS 84 (10),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus NT,10,2284,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8578,AGD66 to WGS 84 (11),concatenated operation,4202,4326,EPSG-Aus,11,2287,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.  Supersedes AGD66 to WGS 84 (3) (code 8396) and AGD66 to WGS 84 (6) (code 8408).,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8579,AGD84 to WGS 84 (6),concatenated operation,4203,4326,EPSG-Aus WA,6,1280,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that GDA94 is equivalent to WGS 84. Supersedes AGD84 to WGS 84 (5) (code 8560).,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8580,IRENET95 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4173,4326,OSI-Ire,1,1305,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,,,,,Approximation at the +/- 1m level assuming that ETRS89 is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2000-10-19,,1,1
+8581,PSD93 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4134,4326,PDO-Omn 93,2,1183,Oil exploration.,,,,,"Replaced by PSD93 to WGS 84 (1) (code 1439) in 1997. Can be implemented as a position vector tfm with parameter values dX= -182.046 dY= -225.604 dZ=+173.384m rX= -0.616 rY= -1.655 rZ=+8.378"" dS=16.8673ppm.",Petroleum Development Oman,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
+8582,Old Hawaiian to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4135,4326,EPSG-Usa Hi,2,1334,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from Old Hawaiian to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 8508) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8583,Puerto Rico to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4139,4326,EPSG-PRVI,2,1335,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from Puerto Rico to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 8481) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2002-01-18,2002.020,1,0
+8584,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS98) (3),concatenated operation,4267,4140,EPSG-Can AB,3,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8585.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,1
+8585,NAD27 to WGS 84 (36),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can AB,36,2376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Steps based on concatenated transformation NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (3) (code 8635) assuming that NAD83(CSRS) is equivalent to WGS 84.,OGP,OGP,2002-07-13,2002.410,1,0
+8586,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (38),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa AR,38,1374,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8592.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8587,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (39),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa IA,39,1384,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8600.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8588,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (40),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MN,40,1392,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8608.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8589,NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (41),concatenated operation,4267,4152,NGS-Usa MO,41,1394,Accuracy at 67% confidence level is 0.2m.,,,,,May be taken as approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8610.,US Coast & Geodetic Survey ftp://ftp.ngs.noaa.gov/pub/pcsoft/nadcon,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8590,NAD27 to WGS 84 (37),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa AL,37,1372,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (1) (code 8460) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2004-12-28,2004.740,1,0
+8591,NAD27 to WGS 84 (38),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa AZ,38,1373,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (2) (code 8461) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8592,NAD27 to WGS 84 (39),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa AR,39,1374,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (38) (code 8586) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8593,NAD27 to WGS 84 (40),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa CA n,40,2297,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (3) (code 8462) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8594,NAD27 to WGS 84 (41),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa CA s,41,2298,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (4) (code 8463) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8595,NAD27 to WGS 84 (42),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa CO,42,1376,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (5) (code 8464) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8596,NAD27 to WGS 84 (43),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa FL,43,1379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (7) (code 8466) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8597,NAD27 to WGS 84 (44),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa GA,44,1380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (6) (code 8465) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8598,NAD27 to WGS 84 (45),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa IL,45,1382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (36) (code 8553) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8599,NAD27 to WGS 84 (46),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa IN,46,1383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (30) (code 8509) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8600,NAD27 to WGS 84 (47),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa IA,47,1384,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (39) (code 8587) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8601,NAD27 to WGS 84 (48),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa KS,48,1385,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (31) (code 8510) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8602,NAD27 to WGS 84 (49),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa KY,49,1386,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (10) (code 8469) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8603,NAD27 to WGS 84 (50),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa LA,50,1387,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (11) (code 8470) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8604,NAD27 to WGS 84 (51),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ME,51,1388,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (13) (code 8472) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8605,NAD27 to WGS 84 (52),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa DE MD,52,2377,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (12) (code 8471) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8606,NAD27 to WGS 84 (53),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NewEng,53,2378,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (17) (code 8476) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8607,NAD27 to WGS 84 (54),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MI,54,1391,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (14) (code 8473) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8608,NAD27 to WGS 84 (55),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MN,55,1392,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (40) (code 8588) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8609,NAD27 to WGS 84 (56),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MS,56,1393,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (15) (code 8474) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8610,NAD27 to WGS 84 (57),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa MO,57,1394,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (41) (code 8589) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8611,NAD27 to WGS 84 (58),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT e,58,2382,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (8) (code 8467) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8612,NAD27 to WGS 84 (59),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ID MT w,59,2383,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (9) (code 8468) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8613,NAD27 to WGS 84 (60),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NE,60,1396,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (16) (code 8475) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8614,NAD27 to WGS 84 (61),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NV,61,1397,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (32) (code 8511) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8615,NAD27 to WGS 84 (62),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NJ,62,1399,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (37) (code 8554) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8616,NAD27 to WGS 84 (63),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NM,63,1400,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (18) (code 8477) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8617,NAD27 to WGS 84 (64),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa NY,64,1401,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (19) (code 8478) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8618,NAD27 to WGS 84 (65),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa ND,65,1403,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (20) (code 8479) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8619,NAD27 to WGS 84 (66),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa OH,66,1404,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (33) (code 8512) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8620,NAD27 to WGS 84 (67),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa OK,67,1405,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (21) (code 8480) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8621,NAD27 to WGS 84 (68),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa OR WA,68,2381,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (27) (code 8487) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8622,NAD27 to WGS 84 (69),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa SD,69,1410,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (22) (code 8482) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8623,NAD27 to WGS 84 (70),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa TN,70,1411,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (23) (code 8483) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8624,NAD27 to WGS 84 (71),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa TX e,71,2379,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (24) (code 8484) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8625,NAD27 to WGS 84 (72),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa TX w,72,2380,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (25) (code 8485) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8626,NAD27 to WGS 84 (73),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa UT,73,1413,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (34) (code 8513) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8627,NAD27 to WGS 84 (74),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa VA,74,1415,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (26) (code 8486) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8628,NAD27 to WGS 84 (75),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa WV,75,1417,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (35) (code 8514) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8629,NAD27 to WGS 84 (76),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa WI,76,1418,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (28) (code 8488) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8630,NAD27 to WGS 84 (77),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Usa WY,77,1419,Approximation at the +/- 1m level.,,,,,Transformation steps are from NAD27 to NAD83(HARN) (29) (code 8489) assuming that NAD83(HARN) is equivalent to WGS 84 within the accuracy of the transformation.,OGP,OGP,2001-08-15,,1,0
+8631,Garoua to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4197,4326,EPSG-Cmr,1,2590,Oil industry.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+8632,Kousseri to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4198,4326,EPSG-Cmr,1,2591,Oil industry.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-02-12,,1,0
+8633,Yoff to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4310,4326,EPSG-SEN,1,1207,Military purposes.,,,,,"Derived via WGS72. Can be used as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -37 m, dY = +157 m, dZ = +89.5 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.554 sec, dS = 0.219 ppm",TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-06-22,,1,0
+8634,Beduaram to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4213,4326,ELF-Ner SE,1,2771,Oil exploration.,,,,,"Derived via WGS72BE. Can be used as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -101 m, dY = -111 m, dZ = +188.9 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.814 sec, dS = -0.38 ppm",TotalFinaElf,OGP,2002-06-28,,1,0
+8635,NAD27 to NAD83(CSRS) (3),concatenated operation,4267,4617,EPSG-Can AB,3,2376,Accuracy 1-2 metres.,,,,,Can be taken as an approximate transformation NAD27 to WGS 84 - see code 8585.,OGP,OGP,2002-07-13,,1,0
+8636,Carthage (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4816,4326,EPSG-Tun,1,1236,For military purposes.,,,,,,,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+8637,Lisbon (Lisbon) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4803,4326,EPSG-Prt,1,1294,For applications to an accuracy of 2 metres.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2003-08-14,2003.234,1,0
+8638,Makassar (Jakarta) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4804,4326,EPSG - Idn Sul SW,1,1316,Oil exploration.,,,,,,,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+8639,NGO 1948 (Oslo) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4817,4326,EPSG-Nor,1,1182,For military purposes.,,,,,,,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+8640,Nord Sahara 1959 (Paris) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4819,4326,EPSG-Dza,1,1026,For military purposes.,,,,,,,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,1
+8641,Segara (Jakarta) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4820,4326,EPSG-Idn Kal SW,1,1359,Accuracy estimate not available.,,,,,,,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+8642,S-JTSK (Ferro) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4818,4326,EPSG-Cze,1,1306,?,,,,,,,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+8643,Greek to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4120,4326,EPSG-Grc,1,1106,5m accuracy,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+8644,Greek (Athens) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4815,4326,EPSG-Grc,1,1106,5m accuracy.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
+8645,MGI (Ferro) to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4805,4326,BEV-Aut,2,1037,2m accuracy,,,,,,Bundesamt fur Eich- und Vermessungswesen; Wien,OGP,2002-09-19,2009.015,1,1
+8646,Manoca 1962 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4193,4326,OGP-Cmr,1,2555,Oil exploration,,,,,"Derived via WGS72BE. Can be used as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -56.7 m, dY = -171.8 m, dZ = -40.6 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.814 sec, dS = -0.38 ppm",,OGP,2002-11-18,,1,1
+8647,NAD27 to WGS 84 (78),concatenated operation,4267,4326,EPSG-Can E Off,78,2831,Oil industry operations.,,,,,,Various oil industry sources.,OGP,2003-02-25,,1,0
+8648,Lisbon 1890 (Lisbon) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4904,4326,EPSG-Prt 5m,1,1294,Low accuracy applications.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+8649,Lisbon 1890 (Lisbon) to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4904,4326,EPSG-Prt 1m,2,1294,Medium accuracy applications.,,,,,,OGP,OGP,2003-08-14,,1,0
+8650,Palestine 1923 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4281,4326,SoI-Isr,2,1126,Accuracy: 1m to north and 10m to south of east-west line through Beersheba (31°15'N).,,,,,"Can be implemented as a geocentric translation tfm with param. values dX = -229m, dY = -67m, dZ= +277m.",Survey of Israel.,OGP,2008-06-24,2008.045,1,0
+8651,Vientiane 1982 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4676,4326,EPSG-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy: 5m.,,,,,"Can be implemented as a geocentric translation tfm with param. values dX = 42.358m, dY = -124.688m, dZ= -37.366m.",OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,,1,0
+8652,Lao 1993 to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4677,4326,EPSG-Lao,1,1138,Accuracy: 5m.,,,,,"Can be implemented as a geocentric translation tfm with param. values dX = 43.933m, dY = -129.593m, dZ= -39.331m.",OGP,OGP,2004-04-27,,1,0
+8653,ED50 to WGS 84 (14),concatenated operation,4230,4326,5Nat-NSea90,14,2330,Primarily oil industry usage.,,,,,"1990 agreement between Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Netherlands and Norway. Replaces 1981 6-nations agreement between ED50 and WGS72 or WGS72BE. Only actively used offshore Norway but see ED50 to WGS 84 (24) (code 1613) for simpler transformation.","Norwegian Mapping Authority publication 1990:1 ""The transformation between ED50 and WGS84 for exploration purposes in the No [...]
+8654,ED50 to ETRS89 (2),concatenated operation,4230,4258,5Nat-NSea98,2,2330,Offshore.,,,,,Taken from ED50 to WGS 84 (14) (code 8046). In 1998 agreed that within the accuracy of that transformation WGS 84 equates to ETRS89 and the transformation would relate ED50 to ETRS89.,Statens Kartverk.,OGP,2005-05-30,,1,0
 8655,Manoca 1962 to WGS 84 (2),concatenated operation,4193,4326,OGP-Cmr,2,2555,Oil exploration,,,,,"Derived via WGS 72BE. Can be implemented as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -56.7 m, dY = -171.8 m, dZ = -38.7 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.814 sec, dS = -0.38 ppm.",OGP,OGP,2005-12-15,,1,0
 8656,Mhast (offshore) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4705,4326,OGP-Ago Cab,1,3180,Oil industry exploration and production between 1979 and 1987.,,,,,"Derived via WGS 72BE. Can be implemented as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -255.0 m, dY = -29.0 m, dZ = -103.1 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.814 sec, dS = -0.38 ppm.",OGP,OGP,2006-01-06,,1,0
 8657,Egypt Gulf of Suez S-650 TL to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4706,4326,OGP-Egy GoS,1,2341,Oil industry exploration and production between 1980 and 1984.,,,,,"Can be implemented as a single positon vector transformation with parameter vaues of dX = -123.0 m, dY = 98.0 m, dZ = 3.9 m, rX = rY = 0 sec, rZ = 0.814 sec, dS = -0.38 ppm. Replaced by Egypt Gulf of Suez S-650 TL to WGS 84 (2) (tfm code 15846).",OGP,OGP,2007-03-22,2007.043,1,0
 8658,Pulkovo 1942 to WGS 84 (16),concatenated operation,4284,4326,OGP-Rus,1,1198,Accuracy ???,,,,,"Derived via PZ-90. Can be implemented as a single coordinate frame rotation transformation with parameter vaues of dX = 25.0 m, dY = -141.0 m, dZ = -78.5 m, rX = 0.0 sec, rY = -0.35 sec, rZ = -0.736 sec, dS = 0 ppm.",OGP,OGP,2006-02-03,,1,1
 8659,Kertau (RSO) to WGS 84 (1),concatenated operation,4751,4326,OGP-Mys,1,1309,For transformation of MRT68 RSO coordinates.,,,,,Step 1 is necessary to rescale the grid units before using step 2.,OGP,OGP,2006-07-24,,1,0
-10000,RGF93 to NGF IGN69 (1),transformation,4965,5720,IGN Fra,1,1326,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to NGF IGN69. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10001,ETRS89 to NGF IGN69 (1),transformation,4937,5720,IGN Fra,1,1326,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,Parameter values taken from RGF93 to NGF IGN69 (1) (code 10000) assuming that RGF93 is equivalent to ETRS89 within the accuracy of the transformation. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10002,RGF93 to IGN78 Corsica (1),transformation,4965,5721,IGN Fra Cor,1,1327,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN78 Corsica. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10003,ETRS89 to IGN78 Corsica (1),transformation,4937,5721,IGN Fra Cor,1,1327,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,Parameter values taken from RGF93 to IGN78 Corsica (1) (code 10002) assuming that RGF93 is equivalent to ETRS89 within the accuracy of the transformation. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10004,RRAF 1991 to Martinique 1987 (1),transformation,4973,5756,IGN Mtq,1,1156,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1987. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10005,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 (1),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp GT,1,2892,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10006,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 (2),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp MG,2,2894,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10007,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 (3),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp LSt,3,2895,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10008,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 (4),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp Des,4,2893,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10009,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 (5),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp StB,5,2891,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10010,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 (6),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp StM,6,2890,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10011,RGFG95 to NGG1977 (1),transformation,4967,5755,IGN Guf,1,1097,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to NGG1977. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10012,RGR92 to Reunion 1989 (1),transformation,4971,5758,IGN Reu,1,1196,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.1,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1989. Accuracy at each 0.02 deg x 0.02 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10013,NAD83 to NAVD88 (1),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus NW,1,2973,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10014,NAD83 to NAVD88 (2),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CNW,2,2974,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10015,NAD83 to NAVD88 (3),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CNE,3,2975,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10016,NAD83 to NAVD88 (4),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus NE,4,2976,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10017,NAD83 to NAVD88 (5),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus SW,5,2977,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10018,NAD83 to NAVD88 (6),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CSW,6,2979,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10019,NAD83 to NAVD88 (7),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CSE,7,2979,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10020,NAD83 to NAVD88 (8),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus SE,8,2980,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",EPSG,2004-03-15,,1,0
-10021,ETRS89 to Newlyn (1),transformation,4937,5701,OS-UK Gbr,1,2792,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.02,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Newlyn.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10022,ETRS89 to Belfast (1),transformation,4937,5732,OS-UK NI,1,2530,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.03,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Belfast.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10023,ETRS89 to Douglas (1),transformation,4937,5750,OS-UK Man,1,2803,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.02,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Douglas.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10024,ETRS89 to Fair Isle (1),transformation,4937,5741,OS-UK Fair,1,2794,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Fair Isle.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10025,ETRS89 to Flannan Isles (1),transformation,4937,5748,OS-UK Flan,1,2792,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Flannan Isles.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10026,ETRS89 to Foula (1),transformation,4937,5743,OS-UK Foula,1,2796,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Foula.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10027,ETRS89 to Lerwick (1),transformation,4937,5742,OS-UK Shet,1,2795,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Lerwick.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10028,ETRS89 to Malin Head (1),transformation,4937,5731,OS-Ire,1,1305,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.04,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Malin Head.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10029,ETRS89 to Newlyn (Orkney Isles) (1),transformation,4937,5740,OS-UK Ork,1,2793,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Newlyn (Orkney Isles).,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10030,ETRS89 to North Rona (1),transformation,4937,5745,OS-UK Rona,1,2798,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to North Rona.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10031,ETRS89 to St. Kilda (1),transformation,4937,5747,OS-UK Kilda,1,2800,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to St. Kilda.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10032,ETRS89 to St. Marys (1),transformation,4937,5749,OS-UK Scilly,1,2802,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to St. Marys.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10033,ETRS89 to Stornoway (1),transformation,4937,5746,OS-UK Heb,1,2799,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Stornoway.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10034,ETRS89 to Sule Skerry (1),transformation,4937,5744,OS-UK Sule,1,2797,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Sule Skerry.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",EPSG,2004-04-27,,1,0
-10035,GDA94 to AHD (1),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SC52,1,2899,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10036,GDA94 to AHD (2),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SC53,2,2900,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10037,GDA94 to AHD (3),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SC54,3,2901,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10038,GDA94 to AHD (4),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD51,4,2902,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10039,GDA94 to AHD (5),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD52,5,2903,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10040,GDA94 to AHD (6),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD53,6,2904,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10041,GDA94 to AHD (7),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD54,7,2905,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10042,GDA94 to AHD (8),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD55,8,2906,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10043,GDA94 to AHD (9),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE50,9,2907,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10044,GDA94 to AHD (10),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE51,10,2908,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10045,GDA94 to AHD (11),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE52,11,2909,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10046,GDA94 to AHD (12),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE53,12,2910,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10047,GDA94 to AHD (13),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE54,13,2911,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10048,GDA94 to AHD (14),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE55,14,2912,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10049,GDA94 to AHD (15),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF49,15,2913,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10050,GDA94 to AHD (16),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF50,16,2914,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10051,GDA94 to AHD (17),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF51,17,2915,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10052,GDA94 to AHD (18),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF52,18,2916,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10053,GDA94 to AHD (19),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF53,19,2917,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10054,GDA94 to AHD (20),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF54,20,2918,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10055,GDA94 to AHD (21),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF55,21,2919,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10056,GDA94 to AHD (22),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF56,22,2920,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10057,GDA94 to AHD (23),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG49,23,2921,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10058,GDA94 to AHD (24),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG50,24,2922,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10059,GDA94 to AHD (25),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG51,25,2923,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10060,GDA94 to AHD (26),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG52,26,2924,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10061,GDA94 to AHD (27),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG53,27,2925,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10062,GDA94 to AHD (28),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG54,28,2926,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10063,GDA94 to AHD (29),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG55,29,2927,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10064,GDA94 to AHD (30),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG56,30,2928,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10065,GDA94 to AHD (31),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH49,31,2929,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10066,GDA94 to AHD (32),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH50,32,2930,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10067,GDA94 to AHD (33),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH51,33,2931,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10068,GDA94 to AHD (34),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH52,34,2932,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10069,GDA94 to AHD (35),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH53,35,2933,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10070,GDA94 to AHD (36),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH54,36,2934,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10071,GDA94 to AHD (37),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH55,37,2935,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10072,GDA94 to AHD (38),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH56,38,2936,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10073,GDA94 to AHD (39),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI50,39,2937,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10074,GDA94 to AHD (40),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI51,40,2938,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10075,GDA94 to AHD (41),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI53,41,2939,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10076,GDA94 to AHD (42),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI54,42,2940,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10077,GDA94 to AHD (43),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI55,43,2941,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10078,GDA94 to AHD (44),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI56,44,2942,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10079,GDA94 to AHD (45),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ53,45,2943,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10080,GDA94 to AHD (46),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ54,46,2944,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10081,GDA94 to AHD (47),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ55,47,2945,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10082,GDA94 to AHD (48),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ56,48,2946,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10083,GDA94 to AHD (Tasmania) (1),transformation,4939,5712,GA-Aus SK55,1,2947,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD (Tasmania). Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia,  http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.131,1,0
-10084,WGS 84 to EGM96 geoid (1),transformation,4979,5773,NGA-World,1,1262,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,1,9661,,,Replaces WGS 84 to EGM84 geoid (1) (tfm code 15781).,,EPSG,2006-02-13,2005.56 2006.131,1,0
-10085,Trinidad 1903 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4302,4326,EOG-Tto Trin,2,1339,Oil exploration.,3,9603,,,"Parameter values provided to EOG by Trinidad Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries. Used by EOG offshore Trinidad (including Pelican, Kiskadee and Ibis fields) since 1996.",EOG Resources.,EPSG,2004-06-27,,1,0
-10086,JAD69 to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4242,4322,SD-Jam,1,3342,For military mapping.,15,9603,,,Derived in 1977 through Transit observations at 2 stations by US DMA.,Survey Department,EPSG,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
-10087,Jamaica 1875 / Jamaica (Old Grid) to JAD69 / Jamaica National Grid (1),transformation,24100,24200,SD-Jam,1,3342,Topographic mapping.,1.5,9624,,,Derived by least squares fit at primary triangulation stations. Accuracy will be less outside of this network due to extrapolation.,Survey Department,EPSG,2007-01-19,2006.89 2007.001,1,0
-10088,JAD69 / Jamaica National Grid to Jamaica 1875 / Jamaica (Old Grid) (1),transformation,24200,24100,SD-Jam,1,3342,Topographic mapping.,1.5,9624,,,Derived by least squares fit at primary triangulation stations. Accuracy will be less outside of this network due to extrapolation.,Survey Department,EPSG,2007-01-19,2006.89 2007.001,1,0
-10089,Aratu to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra Santos,5,2962,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for block BMS1.,ExxonMobil,EPSG,2004-10-14,,1,0
-10090,Aratu to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra Campos,6,2963,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,"Used by ExxonMobil for block BC10. Derived from earlier Shell position vector tfm where dX = -181m, dY = +294m, dZ = -144.5m, rX = rY = 0, rZ = +0.554s, dS = +0.219 ppm.",ExxonMobil,EPSG,2006-02-03,2006.11,1,0
-10091,Aratu to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra EspS,7,2964,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for block BMES1.,ExxonMobil,EPSG,2004-10-14,,1,0
-10092,Aratu to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra Pel,8,2965,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for block BP1.,ExxonMobil,EPSG,2004-10-14,,1,0
-10093,Aratu to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra off,9,2966,Oil exploration.,15,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for offshore regional studies.,ExxonMobil,EPSG,2004-10-14,,1,0
-10094,Nouakchott 1965 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4208,4326,IGN-Mau,1,2972,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,Derived by IGN in 1992 at 7 stations within Nouakchott city.,IGN Paris.,EPSG,2004-10-14,,1,1
-10095,Mauritania 1999 / UTM zone 28N to WGS 84 / UTM zone 28N (1),transformation,3103,32628,MMI-Mau W,1,2971,Minerals management.,40,9624,,,Parameter values consistent with the OGP Affine parametric transformation method derived by OGP from the published Helmert 2D parameter values.,"""Resultats des calculs de la campagne geodesique realisee dans le cadre du projet du cadastre minier"", Direction de la Topographie et de la Cartographie, July 1999.",EPSG,2005-10-25,2005.58,1,1
-10096,Mauritania 1999 / UTM zone 29N to WGS 84 / UTM zone 29N (1),transformation,3104,32629,MMI-Mau C,2,2970,Minerals management.,40,9624,,,Parameter values consistent with the OGP Affine parametric transformation method derived by OGP from the published Helmert 2D parameter values.,"""Resultats des calculs de la campagne geodesique realisee dans le cadre du projet du cadastre minier"", Direction de la Topographie et de la Cartographie, July 1999.",EPSG,2005-10-25,2005.58,1,1
-10097,Mauritania 1999 / UTM zone 30N to WGS 84 / UTM zone 30N (1),transformation,3105,32630,MMI-Mau E,3,2969,Minerals management.,40,9624,,,Parameter values consistent with the OGP Affine parametric transformation method derived by OGP from the published Helmert 2D parameter values.,"""Resultats des calculs de la campagne geodesique realisee dans le cadre du projet du cadastre minier"", Direction de la Topographie et de la Cartographie, July 1999.",EPSG,2005-10-25,2005.58,1,1
-10098,KKJ to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4123,4258,NLS-Fin JHS153,2,1095,In most areas accuracy is approximately 0.5m although in some areas it is in the order of 2m.,0.5,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation KKJ to WGS 84 - see code 10099. Replaces KKJ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1638).,"National Land Survey of Finland;
-http://www.maanmittauslaitos.fi",EPSG,2007-03-22,2004.12 2007.043,1,0
-10099,KKJ to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4123,4326,EPSG-Fin JHS153,2,1095,For applications to an accuracy of 1 to 2 metres.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from KKJ to ETRS89 (2) (code 10098). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces KKJ to WGS 84 (1) (code 1639).,"National Land Survey of Finland;
-http://www.maanmittauslaitos.fi",EPSG,2007-03-22,2005.78 2006.95 2007.043,1,0
-10101,Alabama CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2154,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-10102,Alabama CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2155,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-10131,SPCS83 Alabama East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2154,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-10132,SPCS83 Alabama West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2155,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-10201,Arizona Coordinate System East zone,conversion,,,,,2167,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-10202,Arizona Coordinate System Central zone,conversion,,,,,2166,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-10203,Arizona Coordinate System West zone,conversion,,,,,2168,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-10231,SPCS83 Arizona East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2167,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines origin in International feet.  FE = 700000ft.  See code 15304 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2000.093  2001.03,1,0
-10232,SPCS83 Arizona Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2166,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines origin in International feet.  FE = 700000ft.  See code 15305 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-10233,SPCS83 Arizona West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2168,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines origin in International feet.  FE = 700000ft.  See code 15306 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2000.093  2001.03,1,0
-10301,Arkansas CS27 North,conversion,,,,,2169,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10302,Arkansas CS27 South,conversion,,,,,2170,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10331,SPCS83 Arkansas North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2169,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15385 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03 2006.093,1,0
-10332,SPCS83 Arkansas South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2170,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15386 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03 2006.093,1,0
-10401,California CS27 zone I,conversion,,,,,2175,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10402,California CS27 zone II,conversion,,,,,2176,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10403,California CS27 zone III,conversion,,,,,2177,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10404,California CS27 zone IV,conversion,,,,,2178,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10405,California CS27 zone V,conversion,,,,,2179,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10406,California CS27 zone VI,conversion,,,,,2180,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10407,California CS27 zone VII,conversion,,,,,2181,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,1
-10408,California CS27 zone VII,conversion,,,,,2181,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2005-07-05,,1,0
-10420,California Albers,conversion,,,,,1375,Used for resource mapping of whole state.,0,9822,,,Created at the Stephen P Teale Data Center.,"California Spatial Information Library (CaSIL), http://gis.ca.gov",EPSG,2005-09-19,,1,0
-10431,SPCS83 California zone 1 (meters),conversion,,,,,2175,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15307 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10432,SPCS83 California zone 2 (meters),conversion,,,,,2176,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15308 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10433,SPCS83 California zone 3 (meters),conversion,,,,,2177,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15309 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10434,SPCS83 California zone 4 (meters),conversion,,,,,2178,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15310 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10435,SPCS83 California zone 5 (meters),conversion,,,,,2182,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15311 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10436,SPCS83 California zone 6 (meters),conversion,,,,,2180,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15312 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10501,Colorado CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2184,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10502,Colorado CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2183,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10503,Colorado CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2185,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10531,SPCS83 Colorado North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2184,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15313 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10532,SPCS83 Colorado Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2183,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15314 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10533,SPCS83 Colorado South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2185,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15315 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10600,Connecticut CS27,conversion,,,,,1377,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094,1,0
-10630,SPCS83 Connecticut zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1377,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15316 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-10700,Delaware CS27,conversion,,,,,1378,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-10730,SPCS83 Delaware zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1378,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15317 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-10901,Florida CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2186,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-10902,Florida CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2188,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-10903,Florida CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2187,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-10931,SPCS83 Florida East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2186,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15318 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-10932,SPCS83 Florida West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2188,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15319 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-10933,SPCS83 Florida North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2187,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15320 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-10934,Florida GDL Albers (meters),conversion,,,,,1379,Used by Florida agencies for publishing State-wide spatial data on a single projection.,0,9822,,,,"Florida Geographic Data Library, http://www.fgdl.org/fgdldocs/index.htm#proj",EPSG,2004-08-13,,1,0
-11001,Georgia CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2189,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11002,Georgia CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2190,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11031,SPCS83 Georgia East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2189,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15321 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-11032,SPCS83 Georgia West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2190,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15322 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-11101,Idaho CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2192,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11102,Idaho CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2191,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11103,Idaho CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2193,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11131,SPCS83 Idaho East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2192,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15323 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-11132,SPCS83 Idaho Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2191,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15324 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-11133,SPCS83 Idaho West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2193,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15325 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-11201,Illinois CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2194,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11202,Illinois CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2195,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11231,SPCS83 Illinois East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2194,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15387 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2001.03 2006.093,1,0
-11232,SPCS83 Illinois West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2195,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15388 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2001.03 2006.093,1,0
-11301,Indiana CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2196,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11302,Indiana CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2197,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11331,SPCS83 Indiana East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2196,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15372 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2002-10-13,95.30  96.29  2001.03  2002.770,1,0
-11332,SPCS83 Indiana West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2197,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15373 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2002-10-13,95.30  96.29  2001.03  2002.770,1,0
-11401,Iowa CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2198,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-11402,Iowa CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2199,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-11431,SPCS83 Iowa North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2198,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15377 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-11432,SPCS83 Iowa South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2199,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15378 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-11501,Kansas CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2200,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-11502,Kansas CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2201,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-11531,SPCS83 Kansas North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2200,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15379 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-11532,SPCS83 Kansas South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2201,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15380 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-11601,Kentucky CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2202,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-11602,Kentucky CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2203,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-11630,SPCS83 Kentucky Single Zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1386,Used for spatial data management for whole State.,0,9802,,,See code 15375 for equivalent non-metric definition.,"Kentucky Division of Geographic Information, http://ngs.ky.gov/pdf-ppt/BB/KY_Single-Zone_Article.pdf",EPSG,2004-09-22,,1,0
-11631,Kentucky CS83 North zone,conversion,,,,,2202,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,1
-11632,SPCS83 Kentucky South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2203,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15329 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-11701,Louisiana CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2204,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-11702,Louisiana CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2205,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
+10000,RGF93 to NGF IGN69 height (1),transformation,4965,5720,IGN Fra,1,1326,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to NGF IGN69. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10001,ETRS89 to NGF IGN69 height (1),transformation,4937,5720,IGN Fra,1,1326,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,Parameter values taken from RGF93 to NGF IGN69 (1) (code 10000) assuming that RGF93 is equivalent to ETRS89 within the accuracy of the transformation. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10002,RGF93 to IGN78 Corsica height (1),transformation,4965,5721,IGN Fra Cor,1,1327,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN78 Corsica. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10003,ETRS89 to IGN78 Corsica height (1),transformation,4937,5721,IGN Fra Cor,1,1327,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.5,9664,,,Parameter values taken from RGF93 to IGN78 Corsica (1) (code 10002) assuming that RGF93 is equivalent to ETRS89 within the accuracy of the transformation. Accuracy at each 0.1 deg x 0.1 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10004,RRAF 1991 to Martinique 1987 height (1),transformation,4973,5756,IGN Mtq,1,1156,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1987. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10005,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 height (1),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp GT,1,2892,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations. Accuracy 0.2m within onshore areas.,0.2,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10006,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 height (2),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp MG,2,2894,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,1
+10007,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 height (3),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp LSt,3,2895,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,1
+10008,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 height (4),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp Des,4,2893,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,1
+10009,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 height (5),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp StB,5,2891,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,1
+10010,RRAF 1991 to Guadeloupe 1988 height (6),transformation,4973,5757,IGN Glp StM,6,2890,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1988. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,1
+10011,RGFG95 to NGG1977 height (1),transformation,4967,5755,IGN Guf,1,1097,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,998,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to NGG1977. Accuracy at each 0.025 deg x 0.025 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10012,RGR92 to Reunion 1989 height (1),transformation,4971,5758,IGN Reu,1,1196,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.1,9664,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to IGN 1989. Accuracy at each 0.02 deg x 0.02 degree grid node is given within the geoid model file.,Institut Geographique National (IGN); http://www.ign.fr,OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10013,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (1),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus NW,1,2973,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10014,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (2),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CNW,2,2974,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10015,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (3),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CNE,3,2975,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10016,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (4),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus NE,4,2976,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10017,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (5),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus SW,5,2977,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10018,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (6),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CSW,6,2979,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10019,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (7),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus CSE,7,2979,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10020,NAD83 to NAVD88 height (8),transformation,4269,5703,NGS-US Conus SE,8,2980,Derivation of approximate gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9665,,,"Uses Geoid03 hybrid model. See information source for further information. Note: Source CRS is 2D, used in this application of the method as a pseudo-3D CRS.","National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GEOID/",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10021,ETRS89 to Newlyn height (1),transformation,4937,5701,OS-UK Gbr,1,2792,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.02,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Newlyn.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10022,ETRS89 to Belfast height (1),transformation,4937,5732,OS-UK NI,1,2530,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.03,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Belfast.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10023,ETRS89 to Douglas height (1),transformation,4937,5750,OS-UK Man,1,2803,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.02,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Douglas.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10024,ETRS89 to Fair Isle height (1),transformation,4937,5741,OS-UK Fair,1,2794,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Fair Isle.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10025,ETRS89 to Flannan Isles height (1),transformation,4937,5748,OS-UK Flan,1,2792,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Flannan Isles.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10026,ETRS89 to Foula height (1),transformation,4937,5743,OS-UK Foula,1,2796,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Foula.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10027,ETRS89 to Lerwick height (1),transformation,4937,5742,OS-UK Shet,1,2795,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Lerwick.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10028,ETRS89 to Malin Head height (1),transformation,4937,5731,OS-Ire,1,1305,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.04,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Malin Head.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10029,ETRS89 to Newlyn (Orkney Isles) height (1),transformation,4937,5740,OS-UK Ork,1,2793,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Newlyn (Orkney Isles).,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10030,ETRS89 to North Rona height (1),transformation,4937,5745,OS-UK Rona,1,2798,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to North Rona.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10031,ETRS89 to St. Kilda height (1),transformation,4937,5747,OS-UK Kilda,1,2800,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to St. Kilda.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10032,ETRS89 to St. Marys height (1),transformation,4937,5749,OS-UK Scilly,1,2802,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to St. Marys.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10033,ETRS89 to Stornoway height (1),transformation,4937,5746,OS-UK Heb,1,2799,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Stornoway.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10034,ETRS89 to Sule Skerry height (1),transformation,4937,5744,OS-UK Sule,1,2797,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.05,9663,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to Sule Skerry.,"Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, http://www.gps.gov.uk",OGP,2008-03-14,2008.010,1,0
+10035,GDA94 to AHD height (1),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SC52,1,2899,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10036,GDA94 to AHD height (2),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SC53,2,2900,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10037,GDA94 to AHD height (3),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SC54,3,2901,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10038,GDA94 to AHD height (4),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD51,4,2902,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10039,GDA94 to AHD height (5),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD52,5,2903,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10040,GDA94 to AHD height (6),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD53,6,2904,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10041,GDA94 to AHD height (7),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD54,7,2905,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10042,GDA94 to AHD height (8),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SD55,8,2906,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10043,GDA94 to AHD height (9),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE50,9,2907,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10044,GDA94 to AHD height (10),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE51,10,2908,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10045,GDA94 to AHD height (11),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE52,11,2909,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10046,GDA94 to AHD height (12),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE53,12,2910,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10047,GDA94 to AHD height (13),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE54,13,2911,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10048,GDA94 to AHD height (14),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SE55,14,2912,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10049,GDA94 to AHD height (15),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF49,15,2913,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10050,GDA94 to AHD height (16),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF50,16,2914,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10051,GDA94 to AHD height (17),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF51,17,2915,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10052,GDA94 to AHD height (18),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF52,18,2916,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10053,GDA94 to AHD height (19),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF53,19,2917,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10054,GDA94 to AHD height (20),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF54,20,2918,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10055,GDA94 to AHD height (21),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF55,21,2919,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10056,GDA94 to AHD height (22),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SF56,22,2920,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10057,GDA94 to AHD height (23),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG49,23,2921,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10058,GDA94 to AHD height (24),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG50,24,2922,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10059,GDA94 to AHD height (25),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG51,25,2923,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10060,GDA94 to AHD height (26),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG52,26,2924,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10061,GDA94 to AHD height (27),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG53,27,2925,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10062,GDA94 to AHD height (28),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG54,28,2926,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10063,GDA94 to AHD height (29),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG55,29,2927,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10064,GDA94 to AHD height (30),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SG56,30,2928,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10065,GDA94 to AHD height (31),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH49,31,2929,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10066,GDA94 to AHD height (32),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH50,32,2930,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10067,GDA94 to AHD height (33),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH51,33,2931,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10068,GDA94 to AHD height (34),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH52,34,2932,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10069,GDA94 to AHD height (35),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH53,35,2933,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10070,GDA94 to AHD height (36),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH54,36,2934,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10071,GDA94 to AHD height (37),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH55,37,2935,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10072,GDA94 to AHD height (38),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SH56,38,2936,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10073,GDA94 to AHD height (39),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI50,39,2937,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10074,GDA94 to AHD height (40),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI51,40,2938,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10075,GDA94 to AHD height (41),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI53,41,2939,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10076,GDA94 to AHD height (42),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI54,42,2940,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10077,GDA94 to AHD height (43),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI55,43,2941,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10078,GDA94 to AHD height (44),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SI56,44,2942,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10079,GDA94 to AHD height (45),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ53,45,2943,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10080,GDA94 to AHD height (46),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ54,46,2944,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10081,GDA94 to AHD height (47),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ55,47,2945,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10082,GDA94 to AHD height (48),transformation,4939,5711,GA-Aus SJ56,48,2946,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD. Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10083,GDA94 to AHD (Tasmania) height (1),transformation,4939,5712,GA-Aus SK55,1,2947,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,0.4,9662,,,May be used for transformations from WGS 84 to AHD (Tasmania). Uses AusGeoid98 model.,"Geoscience Australia, http://www.ga.gov.au/nmd/geodesy/ausgeoid/files.jsp",OGP,2008-03-14,2006.131 2008.010,1,0
+10084,WGS 84 to EGM96 Geoid height (1),transformation,4979,5773,NGA-World,1,1262,Derivation of gravity-related heights from GPS observations.,1,9661,,,Replaces WGS 84 to EGM84 geoid height (1) (tfm code 15781). Replaced by WGS 84 to EGM2008 geoid height (1) and (2) (tfm codes 3858-59).,US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA); http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/,OGP,2009-02-10,2005.560 2006.131 2008.010 2008.097,1,0
+10085,Trinidad 1903 to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4302,4326,EOG-Tto Trin,2,1339,Oil exploration.,3,9603,,,"Parameter values provided to EOG by Trinidad Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries. Used by EOG offshore Trinidad (including Pelican, Kiskadee and Ibis fields) since 1996.",EOG Resources.,OGP,2004-06-27,,1,0
+10086,JAD69 to WGS 72 (1),transformation,4242,4322,SD-Jam,1,3342,For military mapping.,15,9603,,,Derived in 1977 through Transit observations at 2 stations by US DMA.,Survey Department,OGP,2007-01-19,2007.001,1,0
+10087,Jamaica 1875 / Jamaica (Old Grid) to JAD69 / Jamaica National Grid (1),transformation,24100,24200,SD-Jam,1,3342,Topographic mapping.,1.5,9624,,,Derived by least squares fit at primary triangulation stations. Accuracy will be less outside of this network due to extrapolation.,Survey Department,OGP,2007-01-19,2006.890 2007.001,1,0
+10088,JAD69 / Jamaica National Grid to Jamaica 1875 / Jamaica (Old Grid) (1),transformation,24200,24100,SD-Jam,1,3342,Topographic mapping.,1.5,9624,,,Derived by least squares fit at primary triangulation stations. Accuracy will be less outside of this network due to extrapolation.,Survey Department,OGP,2007-01-19,2006.890 2007.001,1,0
+10089,Aratu to WGS 84 (5),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra Santos,5,2962,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for block BMS1.,ExxonMobil,OGP,2004-10-14,,1,0
+10090,Aratu to WGS 84 (6),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra Campos,6,2963,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,"Used by ExxonMobil for block BC10. Derived from earlier Shell position vector tfm where dX = -181m, dY = +294m, dZ = -144.5m, rX = rY = 0, rZ = +0.554s, dS = +0.219 ppm.",ExxonMobil,OGP,2006-02-03,2006.110,1,0
+10091,Aratu to WGS 84 (7),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra EspS,7,2964,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for block BMES1.,ExxonMobil,OGP,2004-10-14,,1,0
+10092,Aratu to WGS 84 (8),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra Pel,8,2965,Oil exploration.,7,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for block BP1.,ExxonMobil,OGP,2004-10-14,,1,0
+10093,Aratu to WGS 84 (9),transformation,4208,4326,EXM-Bra off,9,2966,Oil exploration.,15,9603,,,Used by ExxonMobil for offshore regional studies.,ExxonMobil,OGP,2004-10-14,,1,0
+10094,Nouakchott 1965 to WGS 84 (1),transformation,4208,4326,IGN-Mau,1,2972,Oil exploration.,5,9603,,,Derived by IGN in 1992 at 7 stations within Nouakchott city.,IGN Paris.,OGP,2004-10-14,,1,1
+10095,Mauritania 1999 / UTM zone 28N to WGS 84 / UTM zone 28N (1),transformation,3103,32628,MMI-Mau W,1,2971,Minerals management.,40,9624,,,Parameter values consistent with the OGP Affine parametric transformation method derived by OGP from the published Helmert 2D parameter values.,"""Resultats des calculs de la campagne geodesique realisee dans le cadre du projet du cadastre minier"", Direction de la Topographie et de la Cartographie, July 1999.",OGP,2005-10-25,2005.580,1,1
+10096,Mauritania 1999 / UTM zone 29N to WGS 84 / UTM zone 29N (1),transformation,3104,32629,MMI-Mau C,2,2970,Minerals management.,40,9624,,,Parameter values consistent with the OGP Affine parametric transformation method derived by OGP from the published Helmert 2D parameter values.,"""Resultats des calculs de la campagne geodesique realisee dans le cadre du projet du cadastre minier"", Direction de la Topographie et de la Cartographie, July 1999.",OGP,2005-10-25,2005.580,1,1
+10097,Mauritania 1999 / UTM zone 30N to WGS 84 / UTM zone 30N (1),transformation,3105,32630,MMI-Mau E,3,2969,Minerals management.,40,9624,,,Parameter values consistent with the OGP Affine parametric transformation method derived by OGP from the published Helmert 2D parameter values.,"""Resultats des calculs de la campagne geodesique realisee dans le cadre du projet du cadastre minier"", Direction de la Topographie et de la Cartographie, July 1999.",OGP,2005-10-25,2005.580,1,1
+10098,KKJ to ETRS89 (2),transformation,4123,4258,NLS-Fin JHS153,2,1095,In most areas accuracy is approximately 0.5m although in some areas it is in the order of 2m.,0.5,9607,,,May be taken as approximate transformation KKJ to WGS 84 - see code 10099. Replaces KKJ to ETRS89 (1) (code 1638).,National Land Survey of Finland;¶http://www.maanmittauslaitos.fi,OGP,2007-03-22,2004.120 2007.043,1,0
+10099,KKJ to WGS 84 (2),transformation,4123,4326,EPSG-Fin JHS153,2,1095,For applications to an accuracy of 1 to 2 metres.,1,9607,,,Parameter values from KKJ to ETRS89 (2) (code 10098). Assumes ETRS89 and WGS 84 can be considered the same to within the accuracy of the transformation. Replaces KKJ to WGS 84 (1) (code 1639).,National Land Survey of Finland;¶http://www.maanmittauslaitos.fi,OGP,2007-03-22,2005.780 2006.950 2007.043,1,0
+10101,Alabama CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2154,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+10102,Alabama CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2155,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+10131,SPCS83 Alabama East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2154,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+10132,SPCS83 Alabama West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2155,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+10201,Arizona Coordinate System East zone,conversion,,,,,2167,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+10202,Arizona Coordinate System Central zone,conversion,,,,,2166,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+10203,Arizona Coordinate System West zone,conversion,,,,,2168,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+10231,SPCS83 Arizona East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2167,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines origin in International feet. FE = 700000ft. See code 15304 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2000.093 2001.030,1,0
+10232,SPCS83 Arizona Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2166,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines origin in International feet. FE = 700000ft. See code 15305 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+10233,SPCS83 Arizona West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2168,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines origin in International feet. FE = 700000ft. See code 15306 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2000.093 2001.030,1,0
+10301,Arkansas CS27 North,conversion,,,,,2169,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10302,Arkansas CS27 South,conversion,,,,,2170,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10331,SPCS83 Arkansas North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2169,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15385 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+10332,SPCS83 Arkansas South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2170,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15386 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+10401,California CS27 zone I,conversion,,,,,2175,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10402,California CS27 zone II,conversion,,,,,2176,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10403,California CS27 zone III,conversion,,,,,2177,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10404,California CS27 zone IV,conversion,,,,,2178,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10405,California CS27 zone V,conversion,,,,,2179,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10406,California CS27 zone VI,conversion,,,,,2180,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10407,California CS27 zone VII,conversion,,,,,2181,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,1
+10408,California CS27 zone VII,conversion,,,,,2181,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2005-07-05,,1,0
+10420,California Albers,conversion,,,,,1375,Used for resource mapping of whole state.,0,9822,,,Created at the Stephen P Teale Data Center.,"California Spatial Information Library (CaSIL), http://gis.ca.gov",OGP,2005-09-19,,1,0
+10431,SPCS83 California zone 1 (meters),conversion,,,,,2175,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15307 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10432,SPCS83 California zone 2 (meters),conversion,,,,,2176,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15308 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10433,SPCS83 California zone 3 (meters),conversion,,,,,2177,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15309 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10434,SPCS83 California zone 4 (meters),conversion,,,,,2178,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15310 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10435,SPCS83 California zone 5 (meters),conversion,,,,,2182,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15311 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10436,SPCS83 California zone 6 (meters),conversion,,,,,2180,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15312 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10501,Colorado CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2184,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10502,Colorado CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2183,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2008-02-08,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2008.006,1,0
+10503,Colorado CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2185,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10531,SPCS83 Colorado North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2184,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15313 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10532,SPCS83 Colorado Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2183,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15314 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10533,SPCS83 Colorado South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2185,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15315 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10600,Connecticut CS27,conversion,,,,,1377,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094,1,0
+10630,SPCS83 Connecticut zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1377,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15316 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+10700,Delaware CS27,conversion,,,,,1378,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+10730,SPCS83 Delaware zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1378,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15317 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+10901,Florida CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2186,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+10902,Florida CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2188,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+10903,Florida CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2187,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+10931,SPCS83 Florida East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2186,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15318 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+10932,SPCS83 Florida West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2188,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15319 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+10933,SPCS83 Florida North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2187,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15320 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+10934,Florida GDL Albers (meters),conversion,,,,,1379,Used by Florida agencies for publishing State-wide spatial data on a single projection.,0,9822,,,,"Florida Geographic Data Library, http://www.fgdl.org/fgdldocs/index.htm#proj",OGP,2004-08-13,,1,0
+11001,Georgia CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2189,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11002,Georgia CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2190,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11031,SPCS83 Georgia East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2189,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15321 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+11032,SPCS83 Georgia West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2190,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15322 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+11101,Idaho CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2192,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11102,Idaho CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2191,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11103,Idaho CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2193,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11131,SPCS83 Idaho East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2192,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15323 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+11132,SPCS83 Idaho Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2191,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15324 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+11133,SPCS83 Idaho West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2193,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15325 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+11201,Illinois CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2194,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11202,Illinois CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2195,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11231,SPCS83 Illinois East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2194,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15387 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+11232,SPCS83 Illinois West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2195,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15388 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+11301,Indiana CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2196,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11302,Indiana CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2197,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11331,SPCS83 Indiana East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2196,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15372 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2002-10-13,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2002.770,1,0
+11332,SPCS83 Indiana West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2197,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15373 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2002-10-13,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2002.770,1,0
+11401,Iowa CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2198,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+11402,Iowa CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2199,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+11431,SPCS83 Iowa North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2198,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15377 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+11432,SPCS83 Iowa South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2199,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15378 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+11501,Kansas CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2200,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+11502,Kansas CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2201,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+11531,SPCS83 Kansas North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2200,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15379 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+11532,SPCS83 Kansas South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2201,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15380 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+11601,Kentucky CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2202,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+11602,Kentucky CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2203,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+11630,SPCS83 Kentucky Single Zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1386,Used for spatial data management for whole State.,0,9802,,,See code 15375 for equivalent non-metric definition.,"Kentucky Division of Geographic Information, http://ngs.ky.gov/pdf-ppt/BB/KY_Single-Zone_Article.pdf",OGP,2004-09-22,,1,0
+11631,Kentucky CS83 North zone,conversion,,,,,2202,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,1
+11632,SPCS83 Kentucky South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2203,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15329 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+11701,Louisiana CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2204,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+11702,Louisiana CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2205,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
 11703,Louisiana CS27 Offshore zone,conversion,,,,,1387,Not used in oil industry. Usage for other applications is not known.,0,9802,,,This projection is NOT used for oil industry purposes - use Louisiana CS27 Offshore zone (proj 11702) on shelf and BLM (proj 15915-16) in deep water protraction areas.,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2006-06-12,,1,0
-11731,SPCS83 Louisiana North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2204,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15391 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-01-19,95.30 96.29 99.28 2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-11732,SPCS83 Louisiana South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2529,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15392 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-01-19,95.30 96.29 99.28 2001.03 2006.903,1,0
+11731,SPCS83 Louisiana North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2204,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15391 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-19,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+11732,SPCS83 Louisiana South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2529,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15392 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-19,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
 11733,SPCS83 Louisiana Offshore zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1387,Not used in oil industry. Usage for other applications is not known.,0,9802,,,This projection is NOT used for oil industry purposes. See code 15393 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-19,2006.903,1,0
-11801,Maine CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2206,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11802,Maine CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2207,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-11831,SPCS83 Maine East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2206,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-11832,SPCS83 Maine West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2207,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-11851,Maine CS2000 East zone,conversion,,,,,2960,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,Replaces CS27 and SPCS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-11852,Maine CS2000 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2959,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,Supersedes CS27 and CS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",EPSG,2007-02-06,,1,1
-11853,Maine CS2000 West zone,conversion,,,,,2958,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,Replaces CS27 and CS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-11854,Maine CS2000 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2959,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,Replaces CS27 and CS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-11900,Maryland CS27,conversion,,,,,1389,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094,1,0
-11930,SPCS83 Maryland zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1389,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15330 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-12001,Massachusetts CS27 Mainland zone,conversion,,,,,2209,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12002,Massachusetts CS27 Island zone,conversion,,,,,2208,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12031,SPCS83 Massachusetts Mainland zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2209,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15331 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12032,SPCS83 Massachusetts Island zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2208,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15332 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12101,Michigan State Plane East zone,conversion,,,,,1720,Obsolete.,0,9807,,,Replaced by central and south zones.,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2005-05-21,95.30  96.29  98.22  2000.092 2005.24,1,0
-12102,Michigan State Plane Old Central zone,conversion,,,,,1721,Obsolete.,0,9807,,,Replaced by central and south zones.,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2005-05-21,95.30  96.29  98.22 2005.24,1,0
-12103,Michigan State Plane West zone,conversion,,,,,1723,Obsolete.,0,9807,,,Replaced by north zone.,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2005-05-21,95.30  96.29  98.22  2000.092 2005.24,1,0
-12111,Michigan CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,1723,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.28  96.29  98.22  99.28,1,0
-12112,Michigan CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,1724,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.28  96.29  98.22  99.28,1,0
-12113,Michigan CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,1725,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.28  96.29  98.22  99.28,1,0
-12141,SPCS83 Michigan North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1723,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15333 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12142,SPCS83 Michigan Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1724,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15334 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12143,SPCS83 Michigan South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1725,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15335 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12150,Michigan Oblique Mercator (meters),conversion,,,,,1391,Used for spatial data presentation for whole state.,0,9812,,,"If using Oblique Mercator method (code 9815), Ec=499840.252 m, Nc=528600.303 m.","Michigan Department of Natural Resources,  http://www.michigan.gov/documents/DNR_Map_Proj_and_MI_Georef_Info_20889_7.pdf",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-12201,Minnesota CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2214,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12202,Minnesota CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2213,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12203,Minnesota CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2215,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12231,SPCS83 Minnesota North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2214,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12232,SPCS83 Minnesota Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2213,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12233,SPCS83 Minnesota South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2215,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-12301,Mississippi CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2216,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-12302,Mississippi CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2217,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-12331,SPCS83 Mississippi East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2216,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15336 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-12332,SPCS83 Mississippi West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2217,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15337 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-12401,Missouri CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2219,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.18  95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-12402,Missouri CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2218,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-12403,Missouri CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2220,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-12431,SPCS83 Missouri East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2219,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-12432,SPCS83 Missouri Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2218,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-12433,SPCS83 Missouri West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2220,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-12501,Montana CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2211,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12502,Montana CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2210,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12503,Montana CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2212,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12530,SPCS83 Montana zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1395,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15338 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-12601,Nebraska CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2221,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12602,Nebraska CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2222,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-12630,SPCS83 Nebraska zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1396,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-12701,Nevada CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2224,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-12702,Nevada CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2223,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.093,1,0
-12703,Nevada CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2225,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-12731,SPCS83 Nevada East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2224,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15381 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2001.03 2006.904,1,0
-12732,SPCS83 Nevada Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2223,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15382 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2001.03 2006.904,1,0
-12733,SPCS83 Nevada West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2225,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15383 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2001.03 2006.904,1,0
-12800,New Hampshire CS27,conversion,,,,,1398,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-12830,SPCS83 New Hampshire zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1398,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15389 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2000.094  2001.03 2006.093,1,0
-12900,New Jersey CS27,conversion,,,,,1399,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.094,1,0
-12930,SPCS83 New Jersey zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1399,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15384 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2000.094  2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-13001,New Mexico CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2228,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-13002,New Mexico CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2229,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-13003,New Mexico CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2230,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-13031,SPCS83 New Mexico East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2228,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15339 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-13032,SPCS83 New Mexico Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2231,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15340 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-13033,SPCS83 New Mexico West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2232,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15341 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-13101,New York CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2234,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.18  95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-13102,New York CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2233,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-13103,New York CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2236,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-13104,New York CS27 Long Island zone,conversion,,,,,2235,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13131,SPCS83 New York East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2234,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15342 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-13132,SPCS83 New York Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2233,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15343 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-13133,SPCS83 New York West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2236,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15344 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-13134,SPCS83 New York Long Island zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2235,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15345 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13200,North Carolina CS27,conversion,,,,,1402,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094,1,0
-13230,SPCS83 North Carolina zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1402,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15346 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-13301,North Dakota CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2237,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13302,North Dakota CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2238,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13331,SPCS83 North Dakota North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2237,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15347 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13332,SPCS83 North Dakota South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2238,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15348 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13401,Ohio CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2239,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13402,Ohio CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2240,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13431,SPCS83 Ohio North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2239,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 13433 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03  2007.035,1,0
-13432,SPCS83 Ohio South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2240,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 13434 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-03-13,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03  2007.035,1,0
+11801,Maine CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2206,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11802,Maine CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2207,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+11831,SPCS83 Maine East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2206,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 11833 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2008.006,1,0
+11832,SPCS83 Maine West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2207,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 11834 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2008.006,1,0
+11833,SPCS83 Maine East zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2206,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11831.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,,1,0
+11834,SPCS83 Maine West zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2207,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11832.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,,1,0
+11851,Maine CS2000 East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2960,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,In Maine Department of Transportation and other State agencies replaces CS27 and SPCS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",OGP,2008-02-01,2008.006,1,0
+11852,Maine CS2000 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2959,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,Supersedes CS27 and CS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",OGP,2007-02-06,,1,1
+11853,Maine CS2000 West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2958,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,In Maine Department of Transportation and other State agencies replaces CS27 and SPCS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",OGP,2008-02-01,2008.006,1,0
+11854,Maine CS2000 Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2959,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,In Maine Department of Transportation and other State agencies replaces CS27 and SPCS83 from 1/1/2001.,"State of Maine statutes, http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/33/title33sec801.html",OGP,2008-02-01,2008.006,1,0
+11900,Maryland CS27,conversion,,,,,1389,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094,1,0
+11930,SPCS83 Maryland zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1389,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15330 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+12001,Massachusetts CS27 Mainland zone,conversion,,,,,2209,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12002,Massachusetts CS27 Island zone,conversion,,,,,2208,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12031,SPCS83 Massachusetts Mainland zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2209,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15331 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+12032,SPCS83 Massachusetts Island zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2208,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15332 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+12101,Michigan State Plane East zone,conversion,,,,,1720,Obsolete.,0,9807,,,Replaced by central and south zones.,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2005-05-21,1995.300 1996.290 1998.220 2000.092 2005.240,1,0
+12102,Michigan State Plane Old Central zone,conversion,,,,,1721,Obsolete.,0,9807,,,Replaced by central and south zones.,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2005-05-21,1995.300 1996.290 1998.220 2005.240,1,0
+12103,Michigan State Plane West zone,conversion,,,,,1723,Obsolete.,0,9807,,,Replaced by north zone.,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2005-05-21,1995.300 1996.290 1998.220 2000.092 2005.240,1,0
+12111,Michigan CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,1723,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.280 1996.290 1998.220 1999.280,1,0
+12112,Michigan CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,1724,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.280 1996.290 1998.220 1999.280,1,0
+12113,Michigan CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,1725,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.280 1996.290 1998.220 1999.280,1,0
+12141,SPCS83 Michigan North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1723,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15333 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+12142,SPCS83 Michigan Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1724,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15334 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+12143,SPCS83 Michigan South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1725,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15335 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+12150,Michigan Oblique Mercator (meters),conversion,,,,,1391,Used for spatial data presentation for whole state.,0,9812,,,"If using Oblique Mercator method (code 9815), Ec=499840.252 m, Nc=528600.303 m.","Michigan Department of Natural Resources, http://www.michigan.gov/documents/DNR_Map_Proj_and_MI_Georef_Info_20889_7.pdf",OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+12201,Minnesota CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2214,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12202,Minnesota CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2213,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12203,Minnesota CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2215,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12231,SPCS83 Minnesota North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2214,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 12234 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2008.006,1,0
+12232,SPCS83 Minnesota Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2213,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 12235 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2008.006,1,0
+12233,SPCS83 Minnesota South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2215,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 12236 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2008.006,1,0
+12234,SPCS83 Minnesota North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2214,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 12231.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,,1,0
+12235,SPCS83 Minnesota Central zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2213,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 12232.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,,1,0
+12236,SPCS83 Minnesota South zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2215,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 12233.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,,1,0
+12301,Mississippi CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2216,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+12302,Mississippi CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2217,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+12331,SPCS83 Mississippi East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2216,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15336 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+12332,SPCS83 Mississippi West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2217,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15337 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+12401,Missouri CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2219,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.180 1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+12402,Missouri CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2218,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+12403,Missouri CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2220,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+12431,SPCS83 Missouri East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2219,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+12432,SPCS83 Missouri Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2218,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+12433,SPCS83 Missouri West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2220,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+12501,Montana CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2211,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12502,Montana CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2210,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12503,Montana CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2212,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12530,SPCS83 Montana zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1395,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15338 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+12601,Nebraska CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2221,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12602,Nebraska CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2222,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+12630,SPCS83 Nebraska zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1396,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15396 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094 2001.030 2008.006,1,0
+12701,Nevada CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2224,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+12702,Nevada CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2223,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.093,1,0
+12703,Nevada CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2225,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+12731,SPCS83 Nevada East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2224,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15381 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2006.904,1,0
+12732,SPCS83 Nevada Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2223,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15382 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2006.904,1,0
+12733,SPCS83 Nevada West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2225,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15383 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030 2006.904,1,0
+12800,New Hampshire CS27,conversion,,,,,1398,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+12830,SPCS83 New Hampshire zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1398,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15389 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+12900,New Jersey CS27,conversion,,,,,1399,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094,1,0
+12930,SPCS83 New Jersey zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1399,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15384 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+13001,New Mexico CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2228,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+13002,New Mexico CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2229,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+13003,New Mexico CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2230,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+13031,SPCS83 New Mexico East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2228,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15339 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+13032,SPCS83 New Mexico Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2231,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15340 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+13033,SPCS83 New Mexico West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2232,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15341 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+13101,New York CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2234,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.180 1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+13102,New York CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2233,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+13103,New York CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2236,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+13104,New York CS27 Long Island zone,conversion,,,,,2235,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13131,SPCS83 New York East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2234,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15342 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+13132,SPCS83 New York Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2233,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15343 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+13133,SPCS83 New York West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2236,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15344 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+13134,SPCS83 New York Long Island zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2235,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15345 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13200,North Carolina CS27,conversion,,,,,1402,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094,1,0
+13230,SPCS83 North Carolina zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1402,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15346 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+13301,North Dakota CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2237,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13302,North Dakota CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2238,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13331,SPCS83 North Dakota North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2237,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15347 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13332,SPCS83 North Dakota South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2238,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15348 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13401,Ohio CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2239,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13402,Ohio CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2240,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13431,SPCS83 Ohio North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2239,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 13433 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2007.035,1,0
+13432,SPCS83 Ohio South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2240,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 13434 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-03-13,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2007.035,1,0
 13433,SPCS83 Ohio North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2239,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 13431.,"U.S. National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/",OGP,2007-03-13,,1,0
 13434,SPCS83 Ohio South zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2240,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 13432.,"U.S. National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/",OGP,2007-03-13,,1,0
-13501,Oklahoma CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2241,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13502,Oklahoma CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2242,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13531,SPCS83 Oklahoma North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2241,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15349 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13532,SPCS83 Oklahoma South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2242,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15350 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13601,Oregon CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2243,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13602,Oregon CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2244,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13631,SPCS83 Oregon North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2243,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15351 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13632,SPCS83 Oregon South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2244,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15352 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13633,Oregon GIC Lambert (meters),conversion,,,,,1406,Used by Oregon agencies for publishing State-wide spatial data on a single projection.,0,9802,,,See code 15375 for equivalent non-metric definition.,"Oregon Geographic Information Council - Oregon Geospatial Data Clearing House, www.gis.state.or.us/coord/project/gpl.html",EPSG,2002-12-19,,1,0
-13701,Pennsylvania CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2245,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13702,Pennsylvania CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2246,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13731,SPCS83 Pennsylvania North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2245,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15353 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13732,SPCS83 Pennsylvania South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2246,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15354 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-13800,Rhode Island CS27,conversion,,,,,1408,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.094,1,0
-13830,SPCS83 Rhode Island zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1408,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15390 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2006-12-20,95.30  96.29  2000.094  2001.03 2006.093,1,0
-13901,South Carolina CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2247,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13902,South Carolina CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2248,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-13930,SPCS83 South Carolina zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1409,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15355 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-14001,South Dakota CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2249,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14002,South Dakota CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2250,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14031,SPCS83 South Dakota North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2249,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15394 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-01-19,95.30 96.29 99.28 2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-14032,SPCS83 South Dakota South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2250,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15395 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-01-19,95.30 96.29 99.28 2001.03 2006.903,1,0
-14100,Tennessee CS27,conversion,,,,,1411,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094,1,1
-14130,SPCS83 Tennessee zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1411,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15356 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-14201,Texas CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2253,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14202,Texas CS27 North Central zone,conversion,,,,,2254,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14203,Texas CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2252,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14204,Texas CS27 South Central zone,conversion,,,,,2256,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14205,Texas CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2255,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14231,SPCS83 Texas North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2253,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15357 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14232,SPCS83 Texas North Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2254,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15358 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14233,SPCS83 Texas Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2252,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15359 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14234,SPCS83 Texas South Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2527,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15360 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14235,SPCS83 Texas South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2528,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15361 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14251,Texas State Mapping System (meters),conversion,,,,,1412,Single projection for all state.,0,9802,,,Replaces Shackleford.,"Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-14252,Shackleford,conversion,,,,,1412,Single projection for all state.,0,9802,,,"Replaced by TSMS. 
-Care: survey data in Texas uses the US survey foot, not the International foot used by this projection.","Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-14253,Texas Centric Lambert Conformal,conversion,,,,,1412,Single conformal projection for all state.,0,9802,,,Use TCMC/AEA for applications requiring true area measurement.,"Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-14254,Texas Centric Albers Equal Area,conversion,,,,,1412,Single equal-area projection for all state.,0,9822,,,Use TCMC/LC for applications requiring true shape preservation.,"Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",EPSG,2004-06-16,,1,0
-14301,Utah CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2258,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14302,Utah CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2257,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14303,Utah CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2259,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14331,SPCS83 Utah North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2258,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-01-20,95.30 96.29 99.28 2001.03 2006.905,1,0
-14332,SPCS83 Utah Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2257,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-01-20,95.30 96.29 99.28 2001.03 2006.905,1,0
-14333,SPCS83 Utah South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2259,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-01-20,95.30 96.29 99.28 2001.03 2006.905,1,0
-14400,Vermont CS27,conversion,,,,,1414,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.094,1,0
-14430,SPCS83 Vermont zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1414,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2000.094  2001.03,1,0
-14501,Virginia CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2260,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14502,Virginia CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2261,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14531,SPCS83 Virginia North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2260,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15365 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14532,SPCS83 Virginia South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2261,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15366 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14601,Washington CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2262,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14602,Washington CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2263,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14631,SPCS83 Washington North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2273,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15367 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14632,SPCS83 Washington South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2274,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15368 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14701,West Virginia CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2264,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14702,West Virginia CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2265,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14731,SPCS83 West Virginia North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2264,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14732,SPCS83 West Virginia South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2265,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14801,Wisconsin CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2267,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14802,Wisconsin CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2266,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14803,Wisconsin CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2268,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-14811,Wisconsin Transverse Mercator 27,conversion,,,,,1418,Used for state-wide applications.,0,9807,,,Designed to cover the state in a single zone.,Wisconsin Coordinate Systems Handbook (1991) http://sco.wisc.edu/pubs/wiscoord/wiscoord.php,EPSG,2005-04-21,2005.17,1,0
-14831,SPCS83 Wisconsin North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2267,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15369 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14832,SPCS83 Wisconsin Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2266,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15370 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14833,SPCS83 Wisconsin South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2268,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15371 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-14841,Wisconsin Transverse Mercator 83,conversion,,,,,1418,Used for state-wide applications.,0,9807,,,Designed to cover the state in a single zone.,Wisconsin Coordinate Systems Handbook (1991) http://sco.wisc.edu/pubs/wiscoord/wiscoord.php,EPSG,2004-04-23,,1,0
-14901,Wyoming CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2269,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-14902,Wyoming CS27 East Central zone,conversion,,,,,2270,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-14903,Wyoming CS27 West Central zone,conversion,,,,,2272,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-14904,Wyoming CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2271,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  2000.092,1,0
-14931,SPCS83 Wyoming East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2269,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14935 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-03-13,95.30  96.29  2000.092  2001.03  2007.033,1,0
-14932,SPCS83 Wyoming East Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2270,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14936 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-03-13,95.30  96.29  2000.092  2001.03  2007.033,1,0
-14933,SPCS83 Wyoming West Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2272,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14937 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-03-13,95.30  96.29  2000.092  2001.03  2007.033,1,0
-14934,SPCS83 Wyoming West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2271,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14938 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2007-03-13,95.30  96.29  2000.092  2001.03  2007.033,1,0
+13501,Oklahoma CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2241,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13502,Oklahoma CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2242,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13531,SPCS83 Oklahoma North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2241,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15349 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13532,SPCS83 Oklahoma South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2242,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15350 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13601,Oregon CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2243,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13602,Oregon CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2244,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13631,SPCS83 Oregon North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2243,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15351 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13632,SPCS83 Oregon South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2244,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15352 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13633,Oregon GIC Lambert (meters),conversion,,,,,1406,Used by Oregon agencies for publishing State-wide spatial data on a single projection.,0,9802,,,See code 15375 for equivalent non-metric definition.,"Oregon Geographic Information Council - Oregon Geospatial Data Clearing House, www.gis.state.or.us/coord/project/gpl.html",OGP,2002-12-19,,1,0
+13701,Pennsylvania CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2245,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13702,Pennsylvania CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2246,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13731,SPCS83 Pennsylvania North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2245,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15353 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13732,SPCS83 Pennsylvania South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2246,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15354 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+13800,Rhode Island CS27,conversion,,,,,1408,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094,1,0
+13830,SPCS83 Rhode Island zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1408,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 15390 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2006-12-20,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+13901,South Carolina CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2247,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13902,South Carolina CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2248,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+13930,SPCS83 South Carolina zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1409,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15355 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+14001,South Dakota CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2249,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14002,South Dakota CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2250,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14031,SPCS83 South Dakota North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2249,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15394 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-19,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+14032,SPCS83 South Dakota South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2250,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15395 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-19,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.903,1,0
+14100,Tennessee CS27,conversion,,,,,1411,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094,1,1
+14130,SPCS83 Tennessee zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1411,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15356 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+14201,Texas CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2253,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14202,Texas CS27 North Central zone,conversion,,,,,2254,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14203,Texas CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2252,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14204,Texas CS27 South Central zone,conversion,,,,,2256,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14205,Texas CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2255,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14231,SPCS83 Texas North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2253,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15357 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14232,SPCS83 Texas North Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2254,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15358 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14233,SPCS83 Texas Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2252,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15359 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14234,SPCS83 Texas South Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2527,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15360 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14235,SPCS83 Texas South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2528,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15361 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14251,Texas State Mapping System (meters),conversion,,,,,1412,Single projection for all state.,0,9802,,,Replaces Shackleford.,"Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+14252,Shackleford,conversion,,,,,1412,Single projection for all state.,0,9802,,,"Replaced by TSMS. ¶Care: survey data in Texas uses the US survey foot, not the International foot used by this projection.","Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+14253,Texas Centric Lambert Conformal,conversion,,,,,1412,Single conformal projection for all state.,0,9802,,,Use TCMC/AEA for applications requiring true area measurement.,"Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+14254,Texas Centric Albers Equal Area,conversion,,,,,1412,Single equal-area projection for all state.,0,9822,,,Use TCMC/LC for applications requiring true shape preservation.,"Texas Natural Resources Information System, http://www.tnris.state.tx.us/DigitalData/projections.htm",OGP,2004-06-16,,1,0
+14301,Utah CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2258,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14302,Utah CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2257,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14303,Utah CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2259,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14331,SPCS83 Utah North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2258,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.905,1,0
+14332,SPCS83 Utah Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2257,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.905,1,0
+14333,SPCS83 Utah South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2259,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-01-20,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2006.905,1,0
+14400,Vermont CS27,conversion,,,,,1414,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094,1,0
+14430,SPCS83 Vermont zone (meters),conversion,,,,,1414,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2000.094 2001.030,1,0
+14501,Virginia CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2260,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14502,Virginia CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2261,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14531,SPCS83 Virginia North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2260,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15365 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14532,SPCS83 Virginia South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2261,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15366 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14601,Washington CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2262,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14602,Washington CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2263,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14631,SPCS83 Washington North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2273,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15367 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14632,SPCS83 Washington South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2274,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15368 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14701,West Virginia CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2264,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14702,West Virginia CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2265,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14731,SPCS83 West Virginia North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2264,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See projection code 14735 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-06-23,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2008.006 2008.041,1,0
+14732,SPCS83 West Virginia South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2265,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See projection code 14736 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-06-23,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030 2008.006 2008.041,1,0
+14733,SPCS83 West Virginia North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2264,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14731.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,,1,1
+14734,SPCS83 West Virginia South zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2265,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14732.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-01,,1,1
+14735,SPCS83 West Virginia North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2264,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14731.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-06-23,,1,0
+14736,SPCS83 West Virginia South zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2265,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14732.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2008-02-23,,1,0
+14801,Wisconsin CS27 North zone,conversion,,,,,2267,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14802,Wisconsin CS27 Central zone,conversion,,,,,2266,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14803,Wisconsin CS27 South zone,conversion,,,,,2268,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+14811,Wisconsin Transverse Mercator 27,conversion,,,,,1418,Used for state-wide applications.,0,9807,,,Designed to cover the state in a single zone.,Wisconsin Coordinate Systems Handbook (1991) http://sco.wisc.edu/pubs/wiscoord/wiscoord.php,OGP,2005-04-21,2005.170,1,0
+14831,SPCS83 Wisconsin North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2267,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15369 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14832,SPCS83 Wisconsin Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2266,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15370 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14833,SPCS83 Wisconsin South zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2268,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15371 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+14841,Wisconsin Transverse Mercator 83,conversion,,,,,1418,Used for state-wide applications.,0,9807,,,Designed to cover the state in a single zone.,Wisconsin Coordinate Systems Handbook (1991) http://sco.wisc.edu/pubs/wiscoord/wiscoord.php,OGP,2004-04-23,,1,0
+14901,Wyoming CS27 East zone,conversion,,,,,2269,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+14902,Wyoming CS27 East Central zone,conversion,,,,,2270,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+14903,Wyoming CS27 West Central zone,conversion,,,,,2272,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+14904,Wyoming CS27 West zone,conversion,,,,,2271,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,2000-03-07,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092,1,0
+14931,SPCS83 Wyoming East zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2269,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14935 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-03-13,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092 2001.030 2007.033,1,0
+14932,SPCS83 Wyoming East Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2270,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14936 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-03-13,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092 2001.030 2007.033,1,0
+14933,SPCS83 Wyoming West Central zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2272,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14937 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-03-13,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092 2001.030 2007.033,1,0
+14934,SPCS83 Wyoming West zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2271,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,See code 14938 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2007-03-13,1995.300 1996.290 2000.092 2001.030 2007.033,1,0
 14935,SPCS83 Wyoming East zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2269,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14931.,"U.S. National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/",OGP,2007-03-13,,1,0
 14936,SPCS83 Wyoming East Central zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2270,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14932.,"U.S. National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/",OGP,2007-03-13,,1,0
 14937,SPCS83 Wyoming West Central zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2272,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14933.,"U.S. National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/",OGP,2007-03-13,,1,0
 14938,SPCS83 Wyoming West zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2271,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14934.,"U.S. National Geodetic Survey, http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/",OGP,2007-03-13,,1,0
-15001,Alaska CS27 zone 1,conversion,,,,,2156,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9812,,,"If using Oblique Mercator method (code 9815), Ec=2685642.82 ftUS, Nc=1887198.47 ftUS.",USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1997-04-11,96.29  97.08,1,0
-15002,Alaska CS27 zone 2,conversion,,,,,2158,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15003,Alaska CS27 zone 3,conversion,,,,,2159,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15004,Alaska CS27 zone 4,conversion,,,,,2160,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15005,Alaska CS27 zone 5,conversion,,,,,2161,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15006,Alaska CS27 zone 6,conversion,,,,,2162,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15007,Alaska CS27 zone 7,conversion,,,,,2163,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15008,Alaska CS27 zone 8,conversion,,,,,2164,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15009,Alaska CS27 zone 9,conversion,,,,,2165,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15010,Alaska CS27 zone 10,conversion,,,,,2157,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1999-04-22,95.30  96.29  99.28,1,0
-15020,Alaska Albers,conversion,,,,,1330,Small scale mapping and state planning.,0,9822,,,,,EPSG,2002-09-19,,1,0
+15001,Alaska CS27 zone 1,conversion,,,,,2156,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9812,,,"If using Oblique Mercator method (code 9815), Ec=2685642.82 ftUS, Nc=1887198.47 ftUS.",USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1997-04-11,1996.290 1997.080,1,0
+15002,Alaska CS27 zone 2,conversion,,,,,2158,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15003,Alaska CS27 zone 3,conversion,,,,,2159,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15004,Alaska CS27 zone 4,conversion,,,,,2160,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15005,Alaska CS27 zone 5,conversion,,,,,2161,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15006,Alaska CS27 zone 6,conversion,,,,,2162,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15007,Alaska CS27 zone 7,conversion,,,,,2163,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15008,Alaska CS27 zone 8,conversion,,,,,2164,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15009,Alaska CS27 zone 9,conversion,,,,,2165,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15010,Alaska CS27 zone 10,conversion,,,,,2157,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1999-04-22,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280,1,0
+15020,Alaska Albers,conversion,,,,,1330,Small scale mapping and state planning.,0,9822,,,,,OGP,2002-09-19,,1,0
 15021,Alaska Albers (meters),conversion,,,,,1330,Small scale mapping and state planning.,0,9822,,,,State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources.,OGP,2006-11-11,,1,0
-15031,SPCS83 Alaska zone 1 (meters),conversion,,,,,2156,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9812,,,"If using Oblique Mercator method (code 9815), Ec=818585.57 m, Nc=575219.25 m.",NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15032,SPCS83 Alaska zone 2 (meters),conversion,,,,,2158,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15033,SPCS83 Alaska zone 3 (meters),conversion,,,,,2159,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15034,SPCS83 Alaska zone 4 (meters),conversion,,,,,2160,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15035,SPCS83 Alaska zone 5 (meters),conversion,,,,,2161,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15036,SPCS83 Alaska zone 6 (meters),conversion,,,,,2162,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15037,SPCS83 Alaska zone 7 (meters),conversion,,,,,2163,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15038,SPCS83 Alaska zone 8 (meters),conversion,,,,,2164,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15039,SPCS83 Alaska zone 9 (meters),conversion,,,,,2165,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15040,SPCS83 Alaska zone 10 (meters),conversion,,,,,2157,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-15101,Hawaii CS27 zone 1,conversion,,,,,1546,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15102,Hawaii CS27 zone 2,conversion,,,,,1547,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15103,Hawaii CS27 zone 3,conversion,,,,,1548,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15104,Hawaii CS27 zone 4,conversion,,,,,1549,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15105,Hawaii CS27 zone 5,conversion,,,,,1550,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,1995-12-02,95.30  96.29,1,0
-15131,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 1 (meters),conversion,,,,,1546,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15132,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 2 (meters),conversion,,,,,1547,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15133,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 3 (meters),conversion,,,,,1548,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15134,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 4 (meters),conversion,,,,,1549,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
-15135,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 5 (meters),conversion,,,,,1550,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  2001.03,1,0
+15031,SPCS83 Alaska zone 1 (meters),conversion,,,,,2156,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9812,,,"If using Oblique Mercator method (code 9815), Ec=818585.57 m, Nc=575219.25 m.",NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15032,SPCS83 Alaska zone 2 (meters),conversion,,,,,2158,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15033,SPCS83 Alaska zone 3 (meters),conversion,,,,,2159,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15034,SPCS83 Alaska zone 4 (meters),conversion,,,,,2160,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15035,SPCS83 Alaska zone 5 (meters),conversion,,,,,2161,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15036,SPCS83 Alaska zone 6 (meters),conversion,,,,,2162,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15037,SPCS83 Alaska zone 7 (meters),conversion,,,,,2163,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15038,SPCS83 Alaska zone 8 (meters),conversion,,,,,2164,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15039,SPCS83 Alaska zone 9 (meters),conversion,,,,,2165,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15040,SPCS83 Alaska zone 10 (meters),conversion,,,,,2157,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 1999.280 2001.030,1,0
+15101,Hawaii CS27 zone 1,conversion,,,,,1546,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15102,Hawaii CS27 zone 2,conversion,,,,,1547,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15103,Hawaii CS27 zone 3,conversion,,,,,1548,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15104,Hawaii CS27 zone 4,conversion,,,,,1549,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15105,Hawaii CS27 zone 5,conversion,,,,,1550,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,OGP,1995-12-02,1995.300 1996.290,1,0
+15131,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 1 (meters),conversion,,,,,1546,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15132,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 2 (meters),conversion,,,,,1547,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15133,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 3 (meters),conversion,,,,,1548,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15134,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 4 (meters),conversion,,,,,1549,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
+15135,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 5 (meters),conversion,,,,,1550,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,OGP,2001-11-06,1995.300 1996.290 2001.030,1,0
 15138,SPCS83 Hawaii zone 3 (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,1548,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey by City and County of Honolulu.,0,9807,,,Not recognised by Federal authorities because there is no State law defining grid unit. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 15133.,,OGP,2007-04-20,,1,0
-15201,Puerto Rico CS27,conversion,,,,,1194,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094,1,0
-15202,St. Croix CS27,conversion,,,,,1254,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2000-03-07,95.30  96.29  99.28  2000.094,1,0
-15230,SPCS83 Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2251,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-11-06,95.30  96.29  99.28  2001.03,1,0
-15297,SPCS83 Utah North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2258,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defining grid unit as International feet (note: not US Survey feet) has been withdrawn. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14331. For equivalent International foot definition see code 15362.,National Geodetic Survey  (private communication),OGP,2007-01-20,,0,0
-15298,SPCS83 Utah Central zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2257,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defining grid unit as International feet (note: not US Survey feet) has been withdrawn. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14332. For equivalent International foot definition see code 15363.,National Geodetic Survey  (private communication),OGP,2007-01-20,,0,0
-15299,SPCS83 Utah South zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2259,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defining grid unit as International feet (note: not US Survey feet) has been withdrawn. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 14333. For equivalent International foot definition see code 15364.,National Geodetic Survey  (private communication),OGP,2007-01-20,,0,0
-15300,American Samoa Lambert,conversion,,,,,1027,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9801,,,Per Snyder: Map Projections - a Working Manual:  At origin x=500000 ft; y=o but radius to latitude of origin = -82000000 feet.  US National Geodetic Survey confirms use of zero for False Northing.,US National Geodetic Survey (NGS),EPSG,2000-10-19,,1,1
-15301,American Samoa Lambert,conversion,,,,,1027,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9801,,,"Per Snyder: Map Projections - a Working Manual:  At origin x=500000 ft; y=0 but radius to latitude of origin = -82000000 feet. Thus False Northing = 312234.65 ftUS. NGS confirms value of FN, which is encoded within their algorithms but not published.",US National Geodetic Survey (NGS),EPSG,2004-08-09,,1,1
-15302,Tennessee CS27,conversion,,,,,1411,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,,USGS Professional Paper #1395,EPSG,2001-10-04,2001.45,1,0
-15303,SPCS83 Kentucky North zone (meters),conversion,,,,,2202,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,See code 15328 for equivalent non-metric definition.,NOAA manual NOS NGS 5,EPSG,2001-10-04,2001.03  2001.45,1,0
-15304,SPCS83 Arizona East zone (International feet),conversion,,,,,2167,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as International feet (note: not US Survey feet). For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10231.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15305,SPCS83 Arizona Central zone (International feet),conversion,,,,,2166,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as International feet (note: not US Survey feet). For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10232.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15306,SPCS83 Arizona West zone (International feet),conversion,,,,,2168,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as International feet (note: not US Survey feet). For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10233.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15307,SPCS83 California zone 1 (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2175,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10431.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15308,SPCS83 California zone 2 (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2176,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10432.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15309,SPCS83 California zone 3 (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2177,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10433.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15310,SPCS83 California zone 4 (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2178,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10434.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15311,SPCS83 California zone 5 (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2182,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10435.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15312,SPCS83 California zone 6 (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2180,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10436.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15313,SPCS83 Colorado North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2184,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10531.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15314,SPCS83 Colorado Central zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2183,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10532.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15315,SPCS83 Colorado South zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2185,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10533.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15316,SPCS83 Connecticut zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,1377,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10630.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15317,SPCS83 Delaware zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,1378,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10730.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15318,SPCS83 Florida East zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2186,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10931.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15319,SPCS83 Florida West zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2188,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10932.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15320,SPCS83 Florida North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2187,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 10933.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15321,SPCS83 Georgia East zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2189,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11031.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15322,SPCS83 Georgia West zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2190,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11032.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15323,SPCS83 Idaho East zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2192,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11131.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15324,SPCS83 Idaho Central zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2191,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11132.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15325,SPCS83 Idaho West zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2193,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11133.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,0
-15326,SPCS83 Indiana East zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2196,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11331.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-15327,SPCS83 Indiana West zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2197,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9807,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 11332.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.html,EPSG,2001-11-06,,1,1
-15328,SPCS83 Kentucky North zone (US Survey feet),conversion,,,,,2202,Used for large and medium scale topographic mapping and engineering survey.,0,9802,,,State law defines grid unit as US Survey feet. For equivalent metric Federal definition see code 15303.,National Geodetic Survey  http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/INFO/Policy/st_plane.