Tag Archive: survey

May 07 2012

A Few Good Reads (5/7/12): Flooding in Great Britain

This week: Flooding in Great Britain, a look at the CVFPP uncertainty in risk estimates, value pricing for professionals, CAD in the cloud, and the flight from conversation. Environment Agency warns that Tewkesbury water levels are ‘nearing peak’ (The Telegraph) In Tewkesbury, emergency flood protection work is under way in an attempt to prevent a …

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Oct 24 2011

A Few Good Reads: Bangkok Flood Update Edition(10/24/11)

Thailand is an amazing country with phenomenal coastal areas to the west and south and beautiful forest and jungle to the north. I had the chance to spend almost a month there in the late 90s and I loved it. I’ll take indigenous Thai food over probably anything else I’ve ever eaten. Throw in fresh …

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Oct 04 2011

Hydro Survey: GPS? Who Needs That?


Guest Post by Joe Robinson, Hydro Survey Crew Chief If you have spent some time in the field of modern day surveying, you probably know one of the key limitations with using GPS – Obstructions overhead that might considerably reduce otherwise available satellite reception. GPS currently works by means of line of sight connections between …

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