Professional Surveyor Magazine
October 2010 Volume 30 Issue 10
- Editor's Desk: When to Curb Your Enthusiam by James Fleming, LS
- Feature: Street-level Survey and Mapping Down Under
- Stories from the "E" File: The Hood Meets the Swamp by Stephen Estopinal, PE, PLS
- LTE: Letters to the Editor
- Feature: National Land Parcel Database and Surveyors
Will surveyors heed the call?
- Feature: Scanning PDX
Finding the right solution to create an as-built BIM of Portland International Airport’s baggage handling facility.
- Guest Editorial: You Won't Like This by J. Allison Butler, GISP, AICP
- Rules of the Game: At a Complaint Hearing by Knud Hermansen, LS, PhD, PE, Esq.
Part 4 of 4: Miscellaneous Advice
- Intersect: Consumer Mapping by Janet Jackson, GISP and Randy Rambeau, Sr., PLS
Will it make a difference to GIS and surveying?
- History Corner: The Surveyor and the General Land Office by Joe Knetsch, Ph.D.
Too far from the Frontier?
- Aerial Perspective: GIS-ready Aerial Imagery in Near Real Time
- Conference Recap: AUVSI North American Unmanned Systems by Jeff Salmon, Editor
Geospatial industry prepares for civilian UAV applications
- Surveying the Capitol: The Livable Communities Act by Laurence Socci
It can create jobs
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