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09/05/2011

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Asmarti

You don't have to post this comment, but I just wanted you to know that Albuquerque is approximately 5400 ft. So increase processing time for 10 minutes not 15 min.

H. Mark Delman


Hi Thanks for the comment. I checked and you are probably right. The altitude at the airport is 5400. I dont know the city at all and its probably true that most folks live at that about that elevation. According the Wikipedia the elevation of the city has a large range and some parts would be 10 min and others 15. Thanks for fact checking.


Albuquerque
has one of the highest elevations of any major city in the United States,
though the effects of this are greatly tempered by its southwesterly
continental position. The elevation of the city ranges from4,900feet(1,490m)above
sea level near the Rio Grande (in the Valley) to over6,700feet(1,950m)in
the foothill areas of Sandia Heights and Glenwood Hills. At the airport, the
elevation is5,352feet(1,631m)above sea level.

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