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  1. Thank YOU both for the clarification! It's very much appreciated!
  2. Hello, I am a GIS analyst with the Canadian Wildlife Service and am analyzing seabird GLS data (Ancient Murrelets) whose migratory routes cross the full E-W expanse of the Pacific Ocean (the first recorded for a seabird!). I am currently re-analyzing the data in v0.4.7 and am wondering if the update provided in this post for FlightR v0.3.9 is included in this version. Is it possible to move the central meridian in the make.grid function such that the spatial reference isn't split within the Pacific Ocean? Also, can anyone explain what the c(-100,100) parameter in the make.grid function does in the case described? Thank you so much in advance!
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