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Everyday Survey Techniques is a group for sharing techniques and methods that you use everyday in surveying. Methods vary according to location and time of year.

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Everyday Survey Techniques and Methods

Do you have a particular technique or method that you use practically everyday in your surveying work?  If so, please start a discussion and share with us that technique, what you accomplish with it and why you think it is better than other methods used to receive similar results.  Be sure to note your approximate location as methods will vary according to geographical location and times of year.

 

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Reply by Akram Shahid on November 30, 2011 at 4:08am

salam to all

koi bhi urdu language min survey k bary min practical sawal kerna ho tu please rabta ker sakty hain

 

Reply by Randall Horn on June 20, 2011 at 2:22pm

Peter,

My philosophy is that you take your example from the best, and modify it from there to meet your needs. IMHO, the best is the BLM, they are the standard.  To that end , there is a BLM book that is all about field notes.  I cannot tell you the name of it because my copy has the cover sheet torn off of it.  But I would think if you googled for it, or called your local BLM office and asked for the Surveying Dept. they could tell you what it is.

Randy 

Reply by Peter Alexander Maxwell on June 16, 2011 at 8:02am
Where can I get some examples of note forms?  I am just a tech and my area for greatest improvement would be field notes as I am having to do more of that lately.  Thanks to GPS and robotic total stations I've become a one-man field crew on several occasions.  Fortunately I haven't had any equipment stolen.
Reply by Akram Shahid on June 15, 2011 at 1:08am

Hi

Every One

I am Ready To Help My Community Especially Urdu Language as per my Knowledge & Experience 

 

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