Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.12, No9 2015

Editorial:
Point to Point: ALTA/ACSM
By Joel Leininger, PS

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The Curt Brown Chronicles: The Challenging Future for the Land Surveyor
In 1964, Curt made keen observations about the impending evolution of measurement technology.
Compiled by Michael J. Pallamary, PS

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Measuring Minnesota – ProFile of Doug Carter
A father and son team use floatplanes for access-and JAVAD gear-to work in heavy canopy.
By Marc Chves, PS

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The Mullan Road
Winding through Montana, Idaho and Washington, this road played a major part in the settlement of this region.
By Stuart Nash, PS

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The Bench Marks of Success
In bewildering economic times, adopting new technology profitably is critical. Leica can help.
By Angus Stocking, PS

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The Final Voyage-Part 3
In a space of two seconds the barge had avoided two wrecks. By all rights we should have been gored, then sunk.
By Eric Stahlke, PS

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Leatherneck Surveyors-Part 1, The Artillery Surveyors
The role of the USC&GS serving with the Marine Corps during World War II in the Pacific.
By Albert "skip" Theberge

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HP35s Calculator, a Field Surveyor’s Companion: Part 11: Fieldwork
Stakeout and Sideshot, and a shout-out for Nathaniel Bowditch, who gave us the Compass Adjustment.
By Jason E. Foose, PS

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Test Yourself 24: Replace the Reverse Curve
The second of two installments of our popular surveying problem department.
By Dr. Richard L. Elgin, PS, PE

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Vantage Point: Communiplexion
Cautionary tales against believing everything we read in a title report.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM

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FeedBack
One of the more rewarding aspects of property research is holding in your hands …
By Various

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