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Surveying and archaeology support group for discussing the tools, software and process of Archaeology and surveying.

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Archeology and Surveying

Social support and topical group for land surveying discussions related to Archeology. Share your experiences with archeology including tips, tricks, software used and tools from the field.

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Rearrangement of stone wall by archeologist ,what a design!

Started by Lalith Senanayake. Last reply by Lalith Senanayake Dec 9, 2015. 2 Replies

This wall is around the world oldest tree preserved for worship ,as this sepling was brought to Sri Lanka from India 2000 years ago.Read more →

Subject Tags: wall, old, Lanka, Sri, designs

getting lost coordinates out of measured angles

Started by ZF. Last reply by ⚡Survenator⌁ Dec 3, 2015. 1 Reply

HeyI'm new to this forum. This is actually my first post, and  a reason why i joined land surveyors united. I'm an archeology student in Slovenia and have been working at excavations as excavator,…Read more →

Subject Tags: archaeology, coordinates, lost

Paleo-Indian or Woodland Indian Bola?

Started by Scott D. Warner, PLS. Last reply by Patrick Garrison May 17, 2014. 2 Replies

I found this during a survey to produce coordinates on the North 1/4 Corner of Section 36, Town 10 North, Range 1 West of the 4th principal meridian, State of Wisconsin, United States. The Latitude /…Read more →

Subject Tags: Native American Artifacts

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displacement monitoring,microwave interferometry, ground-based synthetic aperature radar

Hey guys,

at my university I've to write an essay about the use of microwave interferometry for displacement monitoring. 

Has anyone of you any experience using microwave interferometry? Were you doing displacement monitoring while using microwave interferometry? Please let me know what you've experienced and if you can recommend it!

Thanks a lot guys!

Greetings from Stuttgart, Germany


Different in coordinates reading, Leica TS11

Hey Gus!

I have faced with a problem at site surveying by Leica TS11, no traverse are created but reading change points with 1-4 mm horizontal accuracy the area are about 20Hrs,

the problem is when i come back surveying the site to the start location the objects and change points reading again show about 20-70 cm relocation!!!  I do not know how it happened and the surcease as well how to solve it now???

any solution way will be appreciated and…

Topcon system hybrid

How tall is the device set at the 360 degree prism and with the gps antenna on top?

The prism height is 11 cm, its center is 5 cm from the base. when changing the height of the GPS it also changes from the prism. do I add that I only have to insert the prism height?

It's a hybrid system from Topcon.

Thank you.

Deformation monitoring

How can volcanoes be effectively monitored using GPS , Levelling and with a Total station ?

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Reply by RAM BIR on December 3, 2010 at 4:23am
sir, My self Rambir from India. I intrested to join your group
Thanking you.

Best Regard,
Mr Rambir
India (Kanpur)

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