Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.11, No.1 2014

Editorial:
A New Year
By Marc Cheves, PS

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Digital Heritage: Data Density for Cultural Heritage
3D imaging technologies to digitally preserve 500 cultural heritage sites.
By Justin Barton

288kb
Field Tech:
A collection of new and interesting gear.
By Marc Cheves, PS

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Angle Points: Having a License Doesn’t Make you an Expert
Anyone can offer an opinion but is it an expert opinion?
By Michael J. Pallamary, PS

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Mountain Sheep Lake—Then and Now
An old photo of an early day mapper prompts a backpacking/fishing expedition.
By Bill Chupka, PS, and Andy Ambrose

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The Forgotten Surveyor on the Mountain
A compelling case for including Roosevelt as a surveyor on Mount Rushmore.
By Walt Robillard, PS

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Sailing with the Pirate Surveyors
The cost of licensing your radios is far less than the potential FCC fine.
By Mark Silver

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A Journey’s End—Families and the Osgood, Indiana Bilby
The Couba Bilby tower is re-erected in Jasper’s hometown.
By Bart Crattie, LS, CFM

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Vantage Point: Why Your Bid Failed
Ten pointers to ensure success with Requests for Qualifications.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS

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Product Review: X90-OPUS
This purpose-built receiver does a great job of handling the popular NGS facility.
By Shawn Billings, PS

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The Curt Brown Chronicles: Brilliant Boner—Part 1
From 1962, more proof that surveyors should be involved in the preparation of legal descriptions.
Compiled by Michael J. Pallamary, PS

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Notes from His Decrepitude
An aging land surveyor shares some parting thoughts on the profession.
By Gregory R. Haynes, PS

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