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⚡Survenator⌁’s discussion was featured in Survey Earth in a Day
The rotational motion of the earth spinning on its axis provides two natural points, the poles, upon which to base coordinate systems. These systems are networks of intersecting lines (graticules) inscribed upon the globe to permit the precise location of surface features. They are a method of organizing the concepts of direction and distance so that a comprehensive system of relationships can be established. Two types of systems are in general usage for reference mapping: a geographical coordi…
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Justin Farrow shared their group on Facebook
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Justin Farrow’s blog post was featured
We've set up a really cool Story Map for International Surveyors Week 2019 and we are ready for your stories photos and videos from around the world.   As you may well know by now, each continent on the planet has an entire day dedicated to Land Surveyors who live and work there.  By adding the ISW2019 App to your phone home screen you will have quick access to your local chapter hub, which you should already be following.  During the day dedicated to your location, simply use the app to try yo…
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Justin Farrow shared their article on Facebook
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Justin Farrow shared their article on Facebook
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J Keith Maxwell liked Adam Harrison's blog post Getting Back to Basics - the Trouble With TOO Much Data in Land Mentor
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J Keith Maxwell left a comment on Schonstedt
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Keith"
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Justin Farrow shared their photo on Facebook
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J Keith Maxwell published an article
The following list is a very simple explanation of each of the types of surveys that are talked about here. As you can see, some types of surveys are known by multiple names. These can change in different parts of the country. I’m offering this as an initial list. Please let me know if you have any additions, corrections, or clarifications that need to be made to any of these.
Standard Types of Surveying:
ALTA Land Survey - more specifically known as an ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey and done acco…
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Justin Farrow posted a blog post
We've set up a really cool Story Map for International Surveyors Week 2019 and we are ready for your stories photos and videos from around the world.   As you may well know by now, each continent on the planet has an entire day dedicated to Land Surveyors who live and work there.  By adding the ISW2019 App to your phone home screen you will have quick access to your local chapter hub, which you should already be following.  During the day dedicated to your location, simply use the app to try yo…
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Justin Farrow shared their blog post on Facebook
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Justin Farrow liked Adam Harrison's blog post Getting Back to Basics - the Trouble With TOO Much Data in Land Mentor
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Adam Harrison’s blog post was featured in Land Mentor
Big data and what the land surveyor can do about it.

In 1996 I had a buddy who was a photographer want to take some digital pictures of my Buell S1 motorcycle using his handy dandy new digital camera to gain product advertising pictures.  The camera and equipment needed consumed the entire space of his station wagon.  He set up the camera and used Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis as the backdrop.  The 640x480 digital camera would require several minutes for each shot.  Lake Calhoun at any given sum…
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Billy Brooks posted a discussion in Texas Land Surveyors (TSPS)
Hi Everyone,Every State has a rich history about how and when and what it took to become a State.Just like our Countrys' history on how our founding Fathers and the struggles it took to settle this land.As we all know it called on it's surveyors, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln.Just to name those that everyone knew as well as they were also presidents.They fought other Countries and the native people who did not know what a Flag  meant.Because they had no Flag. But this…
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Adam Harrison posted a blog post in Land Mentor
Big data and what the land surveyor can do about it.

In 1996 I had a buddy who was a photographer want to take some digital pictures of my Buell S1 motorcycle using his handy dandy new digital camera to gain product advertising pictures.  The camera and equipment needed consumed the entire space of his station wagon.  He set up the camera and used Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis as the backdrop.  The 640x480 digital camera would require several minutes for each shot.  Lake Calhoun at any given sum…
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Justin Farrow’s discussion was featured in International Land Surveyors Week 2019
Are you ready for International Surveyors Week 2019?
 Have you created your profile on Land Surveyors United Yet?

You won’t be able to participate and share photos and videos without an official profile inside the community. What are you waiting for?

Have you joined “followed” the hub for your Local Chapter Yet?

Your location has an entire hub dedicated to surveying culture in your area of the world. Every hub has a Forum for introducing yourself, a Photos section for uploading photos and vi…
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