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I am looking for a speaker who can explain to non-surveyors how trees are used for Bearing Markers and how astronomy was possibly/probably used in surveys three thousand years ago in China. This is for a conference March 16-19 in Toronto.

Ā Ā Ā  The argument that I am proposing is that many bronze vessels were land grants or surveyor plats. I argue that the attached image is an orchard and describe the irrigation and intercropping.

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  • You could contact the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors atĀ http://www.aols.org/contact

    Julia could put your request into our newsletter that all licensed surveyors receive and you could get someone local to Toronto....

  • Land Surveyor

    Dear Mr. Jones,

    That sounds very interesting. Please contact me directly (see my profile)Ā and we'll see what is possible. I enjoy public speaking and can usually find appropriate metaphors to "turn on the light bulb." I will need to learn a bit more of what you've learned about bronze memorials.

    JAC

    • Not a Surveyor

      I have read many of your postings and, as a non-surveyor, have found them very useful. Is this a convenient way to communicate?

      • Land Surveyor

        I would expect e-mail would be more convenient. Please check my profile. One should be able to see my address there.

        JAC

  • Survey Legend

    Very Cool!

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