The American Surveyor Magazine – May 2007, Vol.4 No.4 – Table of Contents

Editorial:
Are We Using Cannons to Hunt Sparrows?
By Marc Cheves, LS
 
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Point to Point:
Forwardthinking Boundary Retracement
By Joel Leininger, LS
 
371kb
Surveyors Report:
The Demise of Basic Surveying Mathematics
By Richard Elgin, PhD, LS, PE

458kb
The Certified Federal Surveyor Exam
A new federal exam will certify surveyors for surveying federal lands, in particular Indian Trust lands.
By J. Anthony Cavell, LS

1,656kb
ProFile: Family Surveying
Many family members make up this 25-year-old Tennessee surveying company.
By Marc Cheves, LS

1,262kb
A History of Innovation (A Visit to SECO)
An inside look at a company that has produced unique surveying accessories over the years.
By Marc Cheves, LS

4,730kb
RTN 101: Technological Approaches to Network-based Corrections (Part 7)
Our RTN expert provides details of the four approaches to real time networks.
By Gavin Schrock, LS
 
646kb
National Readjustment of 2007
The long-awaited readjustment of NAD 83 is now a reality and will be called NAD 83 (NSRS2007).
By Maralyn L. Vorhauer
 
916kb
Vantage Point:
A Celebration of Sorts
By Wendy Lathrop, LS, CFM

272kb
GIS Matters:
Google Earth Brings GIS to the Masses
By Rj Zimmer, LS
 
511kb