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Were any lighthouses designed to also provide directional information? Yes. All of Norway has that. Maps indicate what colour is shown in what direction: Source: Norgeskart


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Yes, this system is in use, on the coast of Victoria at least. I cannot get the maritime website to work on this device, there was a sweep (rotating light) and a flash. Both lights coincide when you are in a perticular place. Not sure if it is for a channel, or general direction (same as VOR).


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It's a stupid system, even without looking at it. I don't see it as having any advantages. I don't take my phone with me in the back country. There's no reception. How do I find out the code I'm in. Like the phone system, it tries to avoid having neighbouring zones having similar coordinates (area code/words) The conventional coordinate systems at ...


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Fossil hunting It depends what you want out of your expedition, and if hunting fossils in far flung places is your thing then a geological map will take you a long way. https://www.bgs.ac.uk/igeology/onTheRocks.html


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