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Clement A. Ogaja, Ph.D., L.S.
2011 / Soft Cover / Digital
Clement Ogaja introduces civil engineers—especially those who are not already licensed surveyors—to the fundamental principles of global positioning technology.
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Edited by Tomás Soler, Ph.D.
2011 / Soft Cover / Digital
This collection of 22 articles assembles the latest thinking on the use of two advanced services—CORS and OPUS—for obtaining accurate positional coordinates to use in high-accuracy surveying.
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Edited by Neal Wright; Jaewan Yoon
2007 / Soft Cover / Digital

This report discusses the recent advances in GIS technologies for the management of complex port and harbor infrastructure.

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Uzair M. Shamsi, Ph.D., P.E.
2002 / Soft Cover / Digital
Uzair Shamsi presents a step-by-step approach covering GIS application case studies, examples, and costs associated with hardware, software, data conversion, and implementation.
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John G. Schoon, Ph.D.
2000 / Soft Cover / Digital

John Schoon provides an overall perspective of the various elements that contribute to highway design and explains how they interact to create a basis for the preliminary route selection and design.

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
2000
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Technical Engineering and Design Guide No. 28 provides technical specifications and procedural guidance for surveying with the NAVSTAR GPS.
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Edited by Said Easa; Yupo Chan
2000

This report provides the most current findings on applications of geographic information systems (GIS) applications and also conveys practical planning and development information.

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Task Committee on GIS Modules and Distributed Models of the Watershed
1999
This report guides professionals in selecting the most advantageous applications of geographic information system (GIS) modules and distributed models for watershed runoff.
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
1996
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Technical Engineering and Design Guide No. 14 provides procedures, minimum accuracy requirements, instrumentation and equipment requirements, and quality control criteria for photogrammetric mapping.
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