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The practice of modern surveying is undergoing rapid change due to the availability of electronically controlled instruments, the widespread adoption of the Global Positioning System (GPS), and the proliferation of various geographic Land Information Systems (GIS/LIS). Nevertheless, the principles underlying these new technologies remain constant. In the tenth edition of this benchmark text, Frank Moffitt and John Bossler strike the appropriate balance between teaching students the fundamental principles of surveying and bringing them up to date on the technological advances that are changing the field.
The tenth edition of this classic work completely modernizes much of the notation, form, and substance of the original. By removing much of the dated information, the authors have been able to add entire new chapters on GPS and GIS. Throughout the text, emphasis is placed on NAD 83 over NAD 27 as the new datum is being utilized more frequently.
Readers familiar with previous editions of this textbook will still recognize its clear, yet rigorous explanation of topics. No shortcuts are taken in the presentation of material from the time a concept is introduced through its exploration in worked examples. The book¿s tradition of covering both plane and geodetic surveying has been preserved, which makes it the most comprehensive introductory text on surveying in the market.
Table of contents
2. Measurement of Horizontal Distances.
4. The Measurement of Angles.
5. Random Errors.
6. Field Operations with the Transit or Theodolite.
7. The Direction of a Line.
8. Traverse Surveys and Computations.
9. Horizontal Control Networks.
10. The Global Positioning System.
11. State Plane Coordinate and Universal Traverse Mercator Systems.
12. Practical Astronomy.
13. Horizontal and Vertical Curves.
15. Topographic Surveys.
18. United States Public Land Surveys.
19. Municipal and Subdivision Surveys.
20. Geographic Information Systems.
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