Book Description If you are searching for a practical guide for measuring distances, angles and completing surveys that does not require a civil engineering or advanced math degree, Landscape Surveying is the right book for you. Covering topics such as the history of surveying, terms, methodologies, equipment, and topography, this book teaches you the basic skills you will need to complete an accurate survey while providing information to allow you to choose the best method among the various methods presented. Sample problems help you practice your new skills prior to going out in the field.
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