- Editor's Desk: My Holiday Wish by Tom Gibson, PE
- Education in Surveying: Apples, Bananas, and Cherries and ABET by Robert J. Schultz, PE, PLS
- Stories from the "E" File: Rattlers! by Stephen Estopinal, PE, PLS
- Business Angle: Risky Business
In our litigious society, it pays to manage your risks when taking on projects, especially in today’s economy. Two experts in the insurance business tell you how.
- Guest Editorial: The Forgotten Profession
- Book Review: "Longitude by Wire: Finding North America" by Richard Stachurski by Wilhelm A. Schmidt, PLS
- Feature: Group Effort for Students
A three-way partnership between industry and academia at Oregon State University aims to provide work-ready graduates in geomatics.
- Rules of the Game: The Four-Year Degree Standard for Surveying’s Recognition as a Profession
- Letters to the Editor
- Cartoon: Out of Plumb by Chase Perryman
- Feature: Bypass Project Fast Tracked
With the complexities of building the recently opened Round Lake Bypass in upstate New York, machine control technology proved an ideal solution.
- Feature: Talking to an Empty Room
In revamping the survey program at St. Cloud State University, Ken Wong has introduced a unique form of distance learning.
- 3D Scanning: Laser Scanner Versatility Factors by Geoff Jacobs
- History Corner: The Beginnings of Satellite Geodesy
Part 1: Recollections from the Satellite Triangulation Project