Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.11, No.7 2014

Editorial:
Measurement Experts
By Marc Cheves, PS

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Survey Locales:
On Location: Kobuk Mountains, Alaska
Photos by Daryl Moistner

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Surveyors & Law: What Is An Easement and How Can One Be Created?
An easement might not be found in the public land records.
By James J. Demma, PS, Esquire

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Reconnaissance: The Surveyor’s Roles & Responsibilities
Ensuring the American Dream, Part 3.
By Gary Kent, PS

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The Curt Brown Chronicles: 1967 ACSM Report
We are in charge of our profession: Where are we taking it?
Compiled by Michael J. Pallamary, PS

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Vantage Point: Slip Sliding Away
Our government affairs expert takes a look at land movement.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM

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Surveying Beyond the Mist
The true height of a mountain sacred to New Zealand’s Maori people is revealed.
By Frances Mortimer

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A New Approach for Sewer Mapping
Laser scanning eliminates the danger and yuck factor of obtaining downhole info.
By Joe Stokes, PS

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FEMA Failures—Part 2
Incorrect flood plain mapping is causing financial hardship for homeowners all over the country.
By Michael J. Pallamary, PS

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The McShane Corner
A fraudulent Nebraska GLO survey and court decisions result in a bizarrely-placed quarter corner.
By Jerry Penry, PS

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Expert of Measurement
A dearth of land development surveying allows measurement experts to innovate.
By Jason E. Foose, PS

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