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Is this the death of the PLSS?

Alaska's PLSS survey is still in its infancy. Freshly placed monuments are still steaming, and some 35 million acres of state lands are yet unsurveyed — that's about the size of the state of New York. I caught wind that the Bureau of Land Management is proposing to...

source: By Jason Foose
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Digitalization and the ubiquitous availability of images have resulted in a new golden age for photogrammetry. The driving force behind the processes is science, while the one behind the associated applications is business — because images are now being evaluated digitally...

source: Directions Magazine

Ken Hudnut, science advisor for risk reduction at the U.S. Geological Survey, is responsible "for getting a very broad range of USGS science used for societally relevant applications," he says. He used to conduct research and development with real-time GPS within USGS's...

source: xyHt

The invisible signals that Europe's Galileo satellites are beaming down to the world are officially award-winning: the team behind their design has won the European Inventor Award, run by the European Patent Office, reports the European Space Agency. The 12th European Inventor...

source: GPS World

The White House is asking Congress to boost overall funding for the GPS program back over $1 billion, with the largest infusion of new money earmarked to cover the cost growth of the Next Generation Operational Control System. If...

source: Inside GNSS

Rick Pryce has been a stalwart in the battle for protecting surveying equipment from theft, and survey crew members from harm. Below are some suggestions from Rick: Have your crews take special precautions now, when they leave your offices, looking for anyone following...

source: Rick Pryce, PLS/PSM — VP Surveys & GIS — Craven Thompson & Associates, Inc., Florida

NGS and The COMET® Program collaborated on this new 90-minute online lesson, which covers theory, procedures, and accuracy issues. Aimed at geospatial science practitioners (e.g., engineers, surveyors, meteorologists, geographers,...

source: NOAA


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