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Using Your GPS With the Universal. Transverse Mercator Map Coordnate System
Using Your GPS With the Universal. Transverse Mercator Map Coordnate System
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Carnes, John (2007). A simple discussion on the use of the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Coordinate System, and how you can easily go from the GPS reading to plotting onto a map. Includes a 2-3/4" square UTM Grid Tool for use with 1:24,000 scale maps. 45 pages, illustrated, paper, 5-1/4 x 8-1/2". Shipping weight 1 lb.
Solving Problems in Surveying (second edition)
Solving Problems in Surveying (second edition)
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Bannister, Arthur; and Baker, Raymond (1995). An excellent self study text covering such topics as leveling; distance measurement; theodolite and traverse surveys; triangulation; areas and volumes; curve ranging; setting out and point location; and observations and adjustments. BASIC computer program listings are interspersed throughout. 344 pgs., illus., paper. 7 1/4 x 9 3/4". Shipping weight 3 lbs.
Basic Geological Mapping, Fourth Edition
Basic Geological Mapping, Fourth Edition
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Table of contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Field Equipment; 3 Geological Maps and Base Maps; 4. Methods of Geological Mapping; 5. Field Measurements and Techniques; 6. Rocks, Fossils and Ores; 7. Field Maps and Field Notebooks; 8. Fair Copy Maps and Other Illustrations; 9. Cross-sections and Three-dimensional Illustrations; 10. Geological Reports. Appendices: Safety in the Field; Adjustment of a Closed Compass Traverse; Geological Planetabling; Field Equipment Checklist; Useful Charts and Tables. 196 pps., illus., paper, 4-1/2 x 7". Shipping weight 1 lb.
Introduction to Well Logs and Subsurface Maps
Introduction to Well Logs and Subsurface Maps
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Evenick, Jonathan C. (2008). Discusses the different types of geophysical logs and subsurface maps that can be generated from basic well data. With the "hands on" exercises the reader is helped with the generation, applications and lithologies of subsurface maps. Topics include: Basic Well Logs and Log Signatures; Structural and Stratigraphic Interpretations; Structure Contour Maps; Thickness Maps; Facies Maps; Trend Surface Maps; Hydrologic Maps and Injuection Wells; Mining Maps; Cross SEctions; and more. 254 pgs, illus., paper, 6 x 9". Shipping weight 3 lbs.
Evaluation of Mineral Reserves
Evaluation of Mineral Reserves
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I. Introduction
II. The Simulation Approach
III. The Volume-Variance Correction Alternative
IV. The Reference Data Sets
V. Simulation of Recovery: Application
VI. Estimation of Recovery Via Volume-Variance Correction
VII. Conclusions
Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location
Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location
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Robillard, Walter G.; Wilson, Donald A; and Brown, Curtis M. (2006).  
This Fifth Edition is an excellent reference on both the legal aspects
and practical applications of boundary location and control.  After an
Introductury Chapter, Chapter 2 is on Nature, Scope, and Definition of
Evidence; Chapter 3 is on Verbal Evidence; Chapter 4 is on Technology as
Evidence; Chapter 5 is on Other Evidence; Chapter 6 is on Measurements
as Evidence; Chapter 7, Plats as Evidence; Chapter 8 is on Evidence of
Water Boundaries; Chapter 9 is on Historical Knowledge as Evidence;
Chapter 10, Preservation of Evidence; Chapter 11 is on Procedures for
Locating Boundaries Described in Writings and on Maps; Chapter 12 is on
Original Surveys and Platting Laws; Chapter 13 discusses Unwritten
Transfers of Land Ownership; Chapter 14 is on Guarantees of Title and
Location; Chapter 15 is on Understanding and Writing Property
Descriptions; Chapter 16 is on Professional Liability; Chapter 17
discusses Professional Stature; Chapter 18 is on The Surveyor in Court;
Chapter 19 is on The Surveyor, the Law, and Evidence: A Professional
Relationship.  630 pages, illustrated, 6-1/4" x 9-1/2".  Shipping weight
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Aerial Photography and Image Interpretation, 2nd Edition
Aerial Photography and Image Interpretation, 2nd Edition
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Contents: 1. Introduction. Part 1: GEOMETRY AND PHOTO MEASUREMENTS: 2. Geometry of a Vertical Aerial Photograph; 3. Principles of Stereoscopic Vision; 4. Scale of a Vertical Aerial Photograph; 5. Horizontal Measurements - Distance, Bearings, and Areas; 6. Vertical Measurements; 7. Acquisition of Aerial Photography. Part 2: MAPPING FROM VERTICAL AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS. 8. Orthophotography; 9. Map Projections, Grid Networks, and Control; 10. The Global Positioning System; 11. The Transfer of Detail; 12. Geographic Information Systems. Part 3: PHOTO INTERPRETATION. 13. Small-format Aerial Imagery; 14. Films, Filters, and the Photographic Process; 15. Principles and Techniques of Aerial Image Interpretation; 16. Landforms and Drainage Patterns; 17. Geology, Soils, and Engineering Applications; 18. Land-Use Planning; 19. Environmental Monitoring; 20. Additional Topics in Natural Resources Management. 21. Forestry. Part 4: NATURAL RESOURCES INVENTORY: 22. Elementary Statistics and Sampling Techniques; 23. Mapping Accuracy Assessment; 24. Aerial Photo Mensuration; 25. An Example Photo Timber Cruise. Part 5: AN INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE SENSING. 26. Additional Characteristics of Electromagnetic Energy; 27. Radar and Lidar - Active Remote Sensors. 28. Scanning Remote Sensors. Appendixes: Summary of Photogrammetric Formulas; Summary of Statistical Formulas; Specimen Contract for Aerial Photography; Selected Aerial Photo Volume Tables; Partial Answers to Questions and Problems; Partial Answer to Laboratory Exercises; Metric Conversion Charts. 632 pps., illus., 6-1/2 x 9-1/2". Shipping weight 3 lbs.
Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping 2nd Ed
Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping 2nd Ed
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Contents: 1. Introduction to Subsurface Mapping. 2. Contouring and
Contouring Techniques. 3. Directionally Drilled Wells and Directional
Surveys. 4. Log Correlation Techniques. 5. Integration of Geophysical
Data in Subsurface Mapping. 6. Cross Sections. 7. Fault Maps. 8.
Structure Maps. 9. Interpretation of Three-Dimensional Seismic Data 10.
Compressional Structures: Balancing and Interpretation 11. Extensional
Structures: Balancing and Interpretation 12. Strike-Slip  Faults and
Associated Structures 13. Growth Structures 14. Isochore and Isopach
Maps . Appendix.