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Matching Lambert Azithumal Equal Area to WorldClim rasters

Question asked by a.williams5843 on Jul 14, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 15, 2016 by Dan_Patterson


Hello community,

 

I apologize ahead of time if I'm not using the correct terminology, I'm trying though I am rather new to GIS as a whole.

 

I'm attempting to match the coordinate systems of several different rasters so that I can ensure they all have the same extent and cell size.

 

Most of my data is from WorldClim.org - and as such is unprojected with the datum WGS84, I clipped these rasters using a country boundary shapefile without issue.

 

However, I'm attempting to incorporate rasters from the USGS Hydro1k dataset for North America. These rasters are projected in Lambert Azithumal Equal Area. I'm uncertain of the steps needed to change these rasters to match the rest of the layers, or if that's possible.

 

I've attempted a number of solutions on my own. I then realized that I'm more or less blindly doing things, and I figured I should ask someone that actually knows and do it right.

 

 

I appreciate any assistance provided!

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