Looking through other answers on converting to or from NAD27 CONUS, I don't see an answer that seems to fit my problem. I am creating paper topographic maps by layering information derived from USGS ...
I have a lot of KML files set as lon-lat (geographic coordinates) and want to set them as UTM (E-N) and WGS84 with Python (using arcpy, ogr, or gdal) Does anyone knows how to do this?
I'm trying to interpolate between coordinates, as a step in that process I convert latlong to UTM so I can work in metric. I don't get the expected latlong when converting back, reproduced below: ...