The American Surveyor Magazine – September 2006, Vol.3 No.6 – Table of Contents

 

Editorial:
A Visit to the New Trimble Denver Facility
By Marc Cheves, LS
 
657kb

 

Point to Point:
Boundaries by the Numbers
By Joel Leininger, LS
 
33kb

 

The Way of Life in America’s First Settlement
In preparation for the 400th anniversary of Jamestown, Nikon total stations and TDS data recorders are being used to more efficiently record, manage and share information.
By Cori Keeton Pope

2,548kb

 

The Big Buzz in a Busy Industry
As part of the explosion of RTK networks across the country, Allen Precision Equipment has established ARTNet for the Atlanta area.
By Marc Cheves, LS

1,125kb

 

RTN 101: Network Corrected Real-Time GPS/GNSS (Part 1)
Our RTK expert kicks off a new series of articles on this vital new technology
By Gavin Schrock, LS
 
5,218kb

 

Testimony or Trickery
A fascinating tale of how parol evidence from adjoining landowners influenced the placement of a 19th-century Nebraska quarter corner.
By Jerry Penry, LS
 
1,467kb

 

Surveyors Report: Following the Footsteps
An Arizona surveyor makes a compelling case for mandatory recording legislation.
By Chris Wickern, LS
 
200kb

 

Court Ordered Corners
How a county surveyor and a judge erroneously ignored an existing 1857 original government corner and created two corners for the same point, each controlling adjoining sections to this day.
By Jerry Penry, LS

1,042kb

 

Book Review:
Mathematical Instruments & Rules.
By Pat Toscano, LS
 
381kb

 

Vantage Point:
Catching the Boat on the Second Pass Through
By Wendy Lathrop, LS, CFM
 
447kb

 

Product Review:
Thales ProMark3
By Al Pepling, LS
 
1,555kb

 

Test Yourself:
Split the Tract
By Richard L. Elgin, PhD, LS, PE
 
83kb
Problem | Solution

 

WorkZone:
The New Rules of Internet Security.
By Cathy Costarides, LS
 
159kb