Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.12, No.5 2015

Guest Editorial:
SPAR 2015 Recap
By Dr. Gene V. Roe, PS, PE

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Vantage Point: What FFRMS Means
The new Federal Flood Risk Management Standard supersedes one issued in 1977.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM

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The Curt Brown Chronicles: The Wonder of Words
In this installment, Mike illustrates how the more things change, the more they remain the same.
By Michael J. Pallamary, PS

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Road Riders
Parcel access hinged on whether an abandoned road was used by the original homesteader.
By James Jones, PS, PE

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Higher Education
A father and son put “elevational” curiosity to work in the Colorado Mountains.
By John Stenmark, PS

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Fundamentals of a CST Training Program
This program in central Florida is thriving because of team work.
By Ronnie A. Figueroa, PSM, GISP, CST Director

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GPS Proves Perfect Outlet for Buffalo-Area Contractor’s Success
This contractor is not only staking out from a model, but performing his own as-builts as well.
By Larry Trojak

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Laser Scanning the Past: Fort Vancouver
A Portland, Oregon firm uses technology to document a National Historic Site.
By Jerry Dawson

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HP35s Calculator, a Field Surveyor’s Companion: Part 8—Area
Even though surveyors view area as next to last in controlling factors-ahead of coordinates-the public does not.
By Jason E. Foose, PS

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FeedBack
I am writing to respond to the two recent articles in the March issue of American Surveyor (by Mr. Elgin and Mr. Widmer).
By Various

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