Right-of-Way Surveysby Joe A. Hicks,
Serial Information: Journal of the Surveying and Mapping Division, 1968, Vol. 94, Issue 2, Pg. 227-242
Document Type: Journal Paper
Cooperation in Reconnaissance Surveys; Utilization of Aerial Photography and Photogrammetric Maps in Preserving the Location of Survey Monuments; Preservation of Monumentation; and Right-of-Way Descriptions and Plats, a group of papers by James A. Lindsey, John A. Dearinger, William T. Wambach, J. B. Derby, G. H. Pesman, Douglas W. Hopkins, Joe A. Hicks and Gurdon H. Wattles. Local surveyors have data which can assist right-of-way acquisition and records thereof. Aerial photographic techniques provide a means of obtaining and recording valuable survey data. Data on monuments and durability are presented. Data on descriptions and plats are presented.
Subject Headings: Land use | Geomatic surveys | Aerial surveys | Aerial photography | Monuments | Photogrammetry | Team building | Mapping
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