Professional Surveyor Magazine
August 2010 Volume 30 Issue 8
- Editor's Desk: Opportunities by James Fleming, LS
- Cartoon: Out of Plumb by Chase Perryman
- LTE: Letters to the Editor
- Intersect: Geomatics Education by Janet Jackson, GISP and Randy Rambeau, Sr., PLS
Should I start, continue, finish, or forget it? Part 2
- Guest Editorial: A Four-Year Surveying Degree Should Not Be Mandatory
- The Next Generation: Where Does the Next Generation Stand?
- Rules of the Game: At a Complaint Hearing by Knud Hermansen, LS, PhD, PE, Esq.
Part 3 of 4
- Business Angle: Marketing for the Small Firm by James Fleming, LS
- Education in Surveying: The Geospatial Technology Competency Model
Implications for Surveying Education
- Aerial Perspective: Incorporating Photogrammetry into a Surveying Practice
- Feature: A Winning Partnership
A fast-growing reference station network covers almost all of southern Ontario.
- Feature: Eyewitness to Geology by Stephen Estopinal, PE, PLS
A non-scientific account of coastal subsidence in Louisiana
- Feature: Sound Evidence
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