Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.11, No.2 2014

Editorial:
Sworn to Protect
By Marc Cheves, PS

162kb
Angle Points: City of San Diego Responds to Grand Jury Report
A positive update regarding complaints about city responsiveness.
By Michael J. Pallamary, PS

471kb
Challenge Beneath San Giusto
In crowded European cities there’s often only one direction to go for parking.
By Fulvio Bernardini

2,812kb
Out of Africa
Topcon total stations are used in archaeology to create 3D GIS models.
By Gina Velde

2,770
Worry
Dealing with a seriously wacky crewmember, deadlines and a pending layoff.
By Luann Glenn, LSIT

1,628
The Intitial Point of Montana
One of our Fabric of Surveying America installments explores the 41st state.
By Stewart Nash, PS

2,850kb
Terrestrial LiDAR and UAV Aerial Triangulation for Open Pit Mines
Combining technologies eliminates shadowed areas in the topography. János Faust
By János Faust

1,213kb
Vantage Point: Mitigation Matters
A new FEMA two-state report that will ultimately affect any hurricane- or flood-prone area.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS

662kb
Feedback

578kb
The Curt Brown Chronicles: Brilliant Boner—Part 2
A continuation of proof that surveyors should be involved in the preparation of legal descriptions.
Compiled by Michael J. Pallamary, PS

841kb