Surveys and Maps for Industrial Growth

by Earle J. Fennell,

Serial Information: Journal of the Surveying and Mapping Division, 1963, Vol. 89, Issue 3, Pg. 117-122

Document Type: Journal Paper


Planning for industrial development is best based on data from a sequence of geodetic, topographic, geologic, hydrologic, and land (property) surveys—not necessarily in the order listed. In planning industrial growth, past experience, present requirements, and future trends indicate increasing demand for precise and comprehensive survey data. Technological developments in instruments, techniques, and products of the surveying and mapping profession are adequate to meet forseeable demands.

Subject Headings: Topographic surveys | Land surveys | Surveys (non-geomatic) | Mapping | Industries | Hydrologic properties | Geological surveys | Surveying instruments

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