A geologist has given me a bunch of points to plot on a map I'm doing in WGS84. Her points are in NAD83, and she says they're in "zone 8." Here is one of the points.
She says the points in question are in the Richardson Mountains, up in northwest Canada, but I'm having a lot of trouble getting them to plot to that location when I use http://tool-online.com/en/coordinate-converter.php to convert to WGS84 -- they keep ending up on the east coast of Canada.
I then tried QGIS, only to realize that the software only appears to include zones like "8N" by default, with no default UTM NAD83 zone of just "8." I asked her via email whether her points were in zone 8N -- which seems to plot much closer to where the points are supposed to be -- and she said they were not.
Since she's doing me a favor just getting me this data, I don't want to bug her too much with back-and-forth emails unless it's absolutely necessary.
Can someone get these to plot correctly on either a Fusion Tables map or OSM map in QGIS, giving me step-by-step instructions on how you did it?