An Introduction To Engineering Surveying


Book By: Koos Landman, Terry Hunter, Jay Jackson

Written for students of civil engineering, geomatics, or land surveying, this book covers a wide range of spatial-measurement methods that support civil engineering planning. Practical, real-life situations are used as examples to explain the methods introduced, which include leveling, traversing, satellite surveying, preparing topographic maps, and setting out roads, construction platforms, and reservoirs. The material introduces the international Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system, and the Cape, Hart94, and International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF) survey data are described.

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