- Editor's Desk: ACSM Reorganization by Marc Cheves, LS
- Feature: Laying the Groundwork for a New Pennsylvania Station
As a "living" document, the existing-conditions survey for this extensive project will provide New York City with a new "urban gateway"
- Feature: From Surveys to Snowplows: Virtual Reference Station Use by Minnesota DOT
A DGPS-based system for snowplows and buses is proving useful for surveyors.
- Feature: In Steinbeck's Footsteps
An aerial mapping project in Baja California inspires a surveyor to keep a log of his own.
- Feature: A Visit to XYZworks by Marc Cheves, LS
A visit with Curt Busby at his mountain lair in Colorado.
- GPS Basics: Reaching New Heights in GPS, Part 2
Exploring the steps needed to determine ellipsoid height differences at the two-centimeter level.
- Hands On: SMI Flex GPS
- Hands On: MAPublisher from Avenza
Here's a program that uses GIS data files as the basis for creating attractive, electronically published maps.
- In Line With GIS: ArcGIS Tips and Tricks for Surveyors
Useful ideas on how to simplify calculations and procedures in ESRI's ArcMap environment.
- Guest Editorial: ACSM Needs to Evolve to Meet the Needs of its Members
- Book Review: The Great Atlas of the Stars, by Serge Brunier
A book designed to position its readers face to face with the night sky.
- On the Horizon: "To"
How two courts have interpreted the intent of a tiny but troublesome preposition.
- Letters to the Editor
- Products, People, Places
- The History Corner: Gen. John Coffee (1772-1833) Alabama Frontiersman, Land Agent, and Surveyor, Part II by Silvio A. Bedini
Among his accomplishments as a military commander and treaty negotiator, Coffee also made original surveys of the Tennessee Valley.