Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.11, No.10 2014

Editorial:
Facescapes
By Marc Cheves, PS

157kb
FieldTech:
A potpourri of recent product releases.
Compiled by Staff

451kb
Vantage Point: Cycling Plans
Addressing transportation planning, in particular bicycle lanes and commuter or recreational trails.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM

382kb
The Curt Brown Chronicles: More on Proration—1958
Proration is applied whenever the intent of the original owner indicates that he created several parcels simultaneously.
Compiled by Michael J. Pallamary, PS

67kb
HP35s Calculator, a Field Surveyor’s Companion:
Part 2—A Few Inner Workings Leading Up to Traverse Laying the groundwork with additional fundamental routines.
By Jason E. Foose, PS

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Technology Helps Broaden Capabilities
A diversified Indiana firm uses a prismless Topcon instrument and MAGNET to handle steel plant surveying.
By Larry Trojak

1,314kb
A Dam with a View
Scanning was used on this awardwinning existing condition survey of an 1800s dam in Ohio.
By Ruth Wilson

2,397kb
Land of Enrichment
Surveying for an expansion of the only centrifuge uranium enrichment plant in the United States.
By Robert T. Loane III, LSIT, John A. Hoover, PS, And Thomas Walker Jr., PS

3,204kb
Not Broken, but Slightly Bowed
A beautiful new earthquake-resistant building in New Zealand withstands shocks, but needs help from liquefaction underneath.
By Francis Mortimer

1,612kb
Subdivided We Stand – Part 2
True housing industry villains include title companies, banks, realtors, and even home owners associations.
By Chad & Linda Erickson

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FeedBack
Thoughts From Our Readers
Written by Letters to the Editor

170
Tomorrow’s CST—Certifying Essential Skills
More and more organizations are requiring CST certification as a condition of employment or advancement.
By Glen Thurow, PS, CFEDS

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