Land Surveying Ethics is a discussion forum for issues involving ethics in the practice of Land Surveying. Every Land Surveyor has faced or will face an ethical problem or concern. This is where we air it out and compare notes. What is or is not ethical is sometimes a matter of law, sometimes a matter of opinion, but always a matter of morality.See More
Introduction to other Surveyors. One or more sentence Bio about your Relationship with Surveying
I teach the surveying component of the Civil Engineering Course at LaTrobe University Bendigo. Before that, apart from studying surveying as part of my degree, I did a small amount of surveying as part of my job with one of the local shire councils, mainly detail surveys. I was asked to come back and teach at LaTrobe, and the topics covered include basic 3rd order levelling, datums, mapping, theodolite operations, area and volume calculations, resections, inaccessible points, horizontal and vertical curves.
LaTrobe University Bendigo
Licenses Certifications or Awards
Bachelor of Environmental Engineering/ Bachelor of Applied Science - Double Major in Chemistry
I have experience with the following
How many years have you been surveying?
Have been teaching for 1.5 years/ level of experience 4
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Land Surveyors United is the world's FIRST Global Social Network for geospatial professionals. We have dedicated, geolocated support groups for practically every country, continent and state on earth, for you to utilize for building your personal network. We are all essentially concerned with the same issues, no matter where we are located on earth. However, surveying practices and methods vary depending on the geographic location where we work. If you have noticed similarities and differences between the conditions, laws and practices between two or more areas of the world,discuss it in this forum. Build your reputation online by posting relevant discussions in your local group below.
Join and Introduce Yourself in Your Local Geosocial Forum: