Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.13, No7 2016

Editorial: In This Issue
A recap of the articles in this issue.
By Marc Cheves, PS
One Man Crews
Even though this article was written for a California audience, surveyor safety is a national issue.
By Micah Paulk
A Caffeinated Pick-Me-Up for a Surveying Career
Applying technology for a coffeegrowers cooperative in Nicaragua.
By Vivienne Wallace
How San Francisco Paid the Ransome
Everything you didn’t know about a critical construction and boundary component.
By Chad & Linda Erickson
GIS & Surveyors—The Long and Winding Road
This company has been profitably using GIS for its clients for decades.
By J. Robert Keating
Product Review: Leica Zeno 20
If used creatively, the Zeno is far more than just a GIS device.
By Patrick C. Garner, PS
Total Station Upgrade Sparks Efficiencies
Firm finds an extra 100 annual billable hours it didn’t have in the past.
By Larry Trojak
The Final Voyage – Part 11
The bad weather had exacted its toll: six weeks to accomplish three weeks of surveying.
By Eric Stahlke, PS
Test Yourself 33: Three Areas
Exercising geometry and trigonometry skills.
By Dave Lindell, PS
Vantage Point: Doing Right Professionally
Sometimes, clients seem only a pesky side matter on the way to bottom line profit.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM