- Editor's Desk: The Future Looks Bright for the Surveying Industry
- Feature: Return to the River, Part 1, A Proportionate Response
Even though today's surveyors use sophisticated equipment, they often times must replicate work from an earlier era and understand how the work was initially performed.
- Feature: Forensic Surveying and the Search for Jennifer and Abby Blagg
A GPS Continuous Operating Reference Station made a grueling job easier to manage and produced results accurate enough to stand up in a court of law.
- Feature: Surveying 24 Bridges in 40 Days: The T-REX Project
Using Cyrax scanning technology, a Denver surveying firm was able to scan 24 heavily traveled bridges without disrupting traffic flow.
- GIS Monitor Supplement: Model Data Distribution, DigitalGlobe Picks Up NextView Contract, and ESRI Introduces Desktop Services
- Humor in Surveying: A Lesson Learned Is a Lesson Used
The use of survival skills learned only one day earlier eased a potentially dangerous situation.
- Humor in Surveying: The Snake by Earl F. Henderson, PLS
How one snake, a swarm of bees, and briars laced with position ivy brought my crew to uncontrollable laughter.
- Observations on Positions: Louisiana Is Subsiding
Scientific evidence of subsidence from Missouri to Louisiana.
- NGS Geodetic Toolkit, Part 7: Computing State Plane Coordinates
- Hands On: ptbase by CBI Systems, LTD by James White, PLS
- Second Thoughts: Surveying as a Liberal Art by Wilhelm A. Schmidt, PLS
Surveying encompasses the liberal arts taught in medieval universities.
- On the Horizon: Holistic Surveying
Our Government Affairs writer discusses ways to attract "new blood" to the surveying profession.
- Hands On Advertorial: Universal Map Sharing
UMS has something for everyone.
- ACSM Update: New Structure of ACSM Congress
- Letters to the Editor
- Products, People, Places