Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Dec 2007

In Memoriam:
Silvio A. Bedini
01/17/17-11/14/07
By Marc and Jackie Cheves, LS

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Editors Corner:
CGSIC
By Marc S. Cheves, LS
 
201kb
Point to Point:
ACSM: Positional Accuracy
By Joel Leininger, LS
 
89kb
David Rittenhouse Telescopic Theodolite
The discovery and restoration of one of the rarest surveying instruments of the Colonial period yields an unexpected surprise.
By Jeffrey D. Lock
 
2,264kb
Did Surveyors Lie to Avoid Alligators and Snakes?
A Florida surveyor uses Traverse PC to get back into the computing game as he investigates a GLO nightmare.
By Marc Cheves, LS

2,722kb
Woolpert 3D Laser Scanning
Find out what best practice “secrets” one leading firm has developed to ensure laser scanning success.
By Bruce Jenkins

1,046kb
Roads That Come Up Short Under the Law
Cases from the heartland illustrate the legal definition of a public road.
By Lloyd Pilchen, LS, Esq.

2,424kb
Equipment Review: CST/berger CST-Series Total Station
This new Chinese-made instrument is capable of more than entry-level construction layout.
By Al Pepling, LS

732kb
Vantage Point:
A Balancing Act.
By Wendy Lathrop, LS

532kb
Software Review: Carlson SurvNet
Here’s a look at the benefits of network least squares adjustment software.
By Shawn Billings, LS

1,000kb
Feedback

80kb
Surveyors Report: Reflections on “The Lawsuit”
Was it a procurement issue or a licensing issue?
By Curt Sumner, LS

107kb