New Mexico

From Geohashing

This is a map of all graticules containing parts of New Mexico, U.S.A.

Virgin Graticules are orange, the green ones (="deflowered" graticules) will give the name(s) of the first geohasher(s) in that graticule and a link to the virgin expedition.

N\W -109 -108 -107 -106 -105 -104 -103
36 Chinle, Arizona Farmington
Redaragorn #
Bloomfield
Redaragorn #
Chama
Redaragorn #
Taos
Redaragorn #
Raton Clayton
35 Window Rock,
Arizona
Gallup
Redaragorn #
Grants
Redaragorn #
Albuquerque
Bishop Wash #
Santa Fe
David & Gina #
Conchas Lake Tucumcari
34 Eagar, Arizona Quemado
Redaragorn #
Magdalena
Redaragorn #
Los Lunas
Bishop Wash #
Vaughn
Redaragorn #
Santa Rosa Clovis
33 Whiteriver,
Arizona
Reserve Truth or
Consequences

Redaragorn #
Tularosa
Redaragorn #
Ruidoso Roswell Tatum
32 Safford, Arizona Silver City Deming
GPSMen #
Las Cruces
Fugads & Kids #
Alamogordo Carlsbad Hobbs
31 Douglas,
Arizona

AuricTech? #
Antelope Wells Columbus El Paso, Texas
Updraft58 & GPSmen #

globalhashes

According to http://geohashing-shotgun.appspot.com/showmap?radsearch=1&globhash=1&YLh=.01&YHh=.21&XLh=.10&XHh=.35&radlimit=500000&centrey=34&centrex=-106&yearmask=****&monthmask=**&daymask=**&startdate=1950-01-01&enddate=&View=View which uses Dow data from 1950 onwards, there have been 13 globalhashes‡ landing in the borders of New Mexico from 1950 to mid-February 2020, only some of which are likely available for retrohashing via ambassador means:

and for whatever reason a cluster around Malpais:

‡Which makes sense with the expected value since there is a little greater than 1 in 3 chance that a graticule would host the globalhash during that period (~.395 specifically, which is around 25600 days since the beginning of 1950 a.k.a. 25600 chances for a graticule to host the globalhash divided by the 64800 graticules worldwide that 'compete' each day to host the globalhash) and around 33 hashes worth of area that the state occupies (although as you see, due to the borders not being exactly snapped to graticule boundaries, that is shared between 39 graticules).