The Third Edition of A Guide to Understanding Land Surveys has been expanded with thirty percent new material and is fully updated to reflect the latest practice guidelines and technology, including the use of GPS and GIS in land boundary re-establishment. Also included is important new material on how technology should be interpreted in assessing the quality and accuracy of a land survey.
Presentation on benefits and basics of using GPS technology.
Completely revised and updated, this fourth edition reflects the increased importance of GPS in the everyday practice of surveyors and mappers and presents clear, straightforward treatment of the subject matter. This edition maintains the user-friendly format that made previous editions very usable, while addressing changes in hardware, software, and procedures. Neither simplistic nor overly technical, this book introduces the concepts needed to understand and use GPS and Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).
Land Trust GIS is a joint project of GreenInfo Network in partnership with the Land Trust Alliance. Begun in 2004, the project emerged out of extensive involvement in land trusts and their use of GIS by all of the sponsor organizations.