Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.8, No.4 2011

 

Editors Corner:
Angular Accuracy
By Marc Cheves, LS
 
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Mr. Bilby’s Elegant Assembly, Being both Elegant and Sublime
Long before GNSS, triangulation angle-turners had to take to the air.
By C. Barton Crattie, LS, CFM

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Star Crossing & Stone Monuments
The USGS releases a circular about early-day control surveying in Colorado.
By J. B. Guyton, LS

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The Story of a Stone
Metes and bounds Colonial states still depend on stone monuments set long ago.
By Timothy S. Guisewhite, LS

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Mapping Interior Spaces with Speed, Ease & Accuracy
A growing market—with opportunities for surveyors—is served by the Applanix TIMMS.
By Peter Canter and Andrew Stott

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Vantage Point:
Signs of the Times
By Wendy Lathrop, LS, CFM

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GIS Matters: Point Data as GIS Features—ASCII
Continuing with our series on how surveyors can become involved in GIS.
By Rj Zimmer, LS

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Footsteps: Claudino v. Pereira
This 2008 California case may have application across the country.
By Landon Blake, LS

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Broadband vs. GPS
Do not panic, but be prepared to panic.
By Gavin Schrock, LS

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