We're excited to have the support of American Congress of Surveying and Mapping in its last days. In the newest issue of the ACSM Bulletin, you will find a nice editorial about Survey Earth in a Day event, happening at NOON in all areas of the world on…Read more →
Submitted by SurveyEarthinaDay on May 23, 2012 at 7:25pm — Comment On This...
By now, you may have all read about Survey Earth in a Day Project on Land Surveyors United Network. What you may not know yet is how this project fits within the larger idea of unifying the geospatial industry across the globe. What I am about to layout for you is a bold ambition which has never before been tried in the surveying industry, so let's first understand how Survey Earth in a Day fits within the calendar of International Land…Read more →
John Veatch has had a lot of experience surveying near the Gulf Coast. Unfortunately the John Veatches of the world have a pension for being 20 years ahead of their time. If you’re a history buff you might enjoy this.
John Veatch came from a preacher’s family, growing up in Indiana and Kentucky.
His father was also a member of the Indiana legislature. He received a good education with background in medicine, geology, and botany. In 1829 at the age of 21 he traveled…Read more →
Submitted by J W Veatch on May 7, 2012 at 9:17am — Comment On This...
Fellow "Survey the Earth in a Day" surveyors: When you pick points to log, consider going to Google Earth first, find a visible pin pointed intersection that you can see plainly from the aerial, then log it so that Google Earth can use our work to adjust their aerial photos to fit more precisely rather than our standard survey markers that are not visible on their photos. That way everyone benefits!!! Also submit all your logged "points" with all the data that can be used for the SAGES.…Read more →
Submitted by Gary Breisch on May 1, 2012 at 10:02pm — Comment On This...