Eco Companion Australasia
Plot Minimum Bounding Rectangle coordinates
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Plot a Minimum Bounding Rectangle (MBR) on a base map. An MBR is a geographic window defined by 4 coordinates (North, South, East, West).

Australia - 1:1 000 000 Map Series
Australia - 1:250 000 Map Series
Australia
Australia - Drainage Divisions and Major River Basins
Australia - External Territories
Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation of Australia (IBRA)
Interim Marine and Coastal Regionalisation of Australia (IMCRA)
Australia - Local Government Areas (LGA)
Marsden Grid Squares 10 degrees
Ocean and Sea Regions
Australia - State or Territory
Assorted Australasian Regions
New Zealand - 1:50,000 (260 series)
New Zealand - 1:250,000 (262 series)
New Zealand

North latitude
Rules: decimal degrees ... 90 >= latitude >= -90 (e.g. -30.5)
Rules: positive values in northern hemisphere
South latitude
Rules: decimal degrees ... 90 >= latitude >= -90 (e.g. -36)
Rules: positive values in northern hemisphere
East longitude
Rules: decimal degrees ... 180 >= longitude >= -180 (e.g. 153)
Rules: positive values in eastern hemisphere
West longitude
Rules: decimal degrees ... 180 >= longitude >= -180 (e.g. 143.5)
Rules: positive values in eastern hemisphere

Base map
What: your MBR will be plotted on the map of your choice
Note: if MBR does not fit, then default maps will be used