- Editor's Desk: Land and Sea Merge by Tom Gibson, PE
- Letters to the Editor
- Feature: Out of Danger
Adding laser scanning to the mix when surveying coastal breakwater structures increases safety, saves times, and improves the resulting data.
- Feature: Surveying at Sea
Built to survey, NOAA Ship Rainier plies the beautiful Pacific Northwest mapping coastal waters using the latest hydrographic equipment.
- Feature: Creating a Seamless Model
A marine vessel offers a unique vantage point for mapping bodies of water and near-shore structures so their respective data can merge into one model.
- Aerial Perspective: Photogrammetry Versus Lidar
Clearing the air
- 3D Scanning: Accuracy of Scan Points by Geoff Jacobs
- Surveying the Capitol: NOAA's Digital Coast Program Supported by Congress by Laurence Socci
- Conference Recap: Two Canadian Conferences Electrify Coasts
FME 2009 User Conference and ILSC 2009
- Intersect: Time for Change? by Janet Jackson, GISP and Randy Rambeau, Sr., PLS
Do you need to exchange your surveying skills for GIS skills?
- Northern Lights: Evolution of Navigation and Offshore Positioning Systems
Canada's Beaufort Sea
- Rules of the Game: Relying on Courses and Distances by Donald A. Wilson, LLS, PLS, RPF, Land Boundary Consultant
Another rule of last resort, part II