Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.7, No.9 2010

Winds of Change
By Marc Cheves, LS
CPS-98—An Odd Geodetic Survey Crew
During WWII, conscientious objectors admirably served on Coast & Geodetic Survey crews.
By Albert E. Theberge, Jr.
Scanning Mushpot Cave
A team of Oregon Institute of Technology students puts classroom instruction to the test at Lava Beds National Monument.
By David McIntire, LSIT
Coping with Tectonic Motion
Using GNSS and NGS’ Horizontal Time-Dependent Positioning to detect movement in continental plates.
By Richard Snay and Chris Pearson
Rendezvous 2010 Recap
A grand time it was in and around the historic Delta Queen river boat in Chattanooga.
By C. Barton Crattie, LS, CFM
Vantage Point:
Crawlspaces or Basements?
By Wendy Lathrop, LS, CFM
Real Time GNSS Network in New Mexico
Albuquerque’s ARTGN has been making surveyors jobs easier, more accurate and more cost effective.
By Cliff Wilkie, LS
Surveyors Report: All It Takes Is You
Missouri surveyors lend time and talents with public outreach at the annual State Fair.
By Chris Wickern, LS