Surveying: Principles and Applications
This book presents a clear discussion of surveying principles and mapping and engineering surveys with a good selection of problems that illuminate and reinforce presented concepts as well as up-to-date information on the latest in technological innovations. Real-world emphasis continues to make this book very appealing to the professional who wants to reacquaint themselves with surveying concepts or those that need information on the technological improvements and changes in the field of surveying. Basics of Surveying. Tape Measurements. Leveling. Angles and Directions. Transits/Theodolites. Traverse Surveys. Topographic Surveys. Electronic Surveying Measurement. Survey Drafting and Computations. Highway Curves. Control Surveys. Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Construction Surveys. Land Surveying. Hydrographic Surveys. Photogrammetry. Random Errors and Survey Specifications.surveyors, managers, map makers, and engineers.
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