Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.11, No.8 2014

Editorial:
AEC Summit
By Marc Cheves, PS

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FieldTech:
Surveying Technology Essentials
Photos by Daryl Moistner

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Digital Heritage: Using 3D Reality Capture to Improve Heritage Site Status
Digital archaeology is a successful technological revolution.
By Justin Barton

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AnglePoints: Moving Forward
One of the most effective ways to promote the profession is by letting people know what you do.
By Michael J. Pallamary, PS

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Vantage Point: Ankle Deep, Knee Deep, or Higher?
The majority of the public understands an estimated level of inundation better than projected water surface elevation.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM

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The Curt Brown Chronicles: A 1968 Review of Boundary Control and Legal Principles
Control and Legal Principles The same law and the same responsibility govern the function of the re-surveyor no matter where he practices.
Compiled by Curt Brown

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The Dinosaur Surveyors
Unlike most dino digs where complete fossils are in situ, this site is a “soup” of bones and a 3D model helps make sense of it all.
By Mark Silver

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Surveying in Pemba— A First Person Report
A Swiss company performs work for a 25-mile road rehabilitation project on an island off the east coast of Africa.
By Adrian Holzer

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Two Nifty Programs
That will make your HP 35S calculator “Cry And Sing!”
By Jason E. Foose, PS

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FeedBack
Thoughts From Our Readers
Written by Letters to the Editor

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The Crews
The men of the USC&GS crews who surveyed our Nation were a breed apart.
By Albert “Skip” Theberge

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Responsible Charge: Expecting Land Surveyors to be Error Free
Diligence by the field surveyor is the difference between a great survey and a survey that you are likely to receive complaints about.
By Michael F. Feldbusch, PS

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