Earle M. Knibiehly, Maurice E. Lafferty, John M. McAlinden, Porter W. McDonnell, John G. McEntyre, Edward J. McKay, Max L. Miller, Mark S. Monmonier, William E. Opalski, Taichi Oshima, Tadashi Iizuka, Raymond Pittman, George E. Samoska, Stephen F. Pousardien, David J. Premer

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Following is a continuation of the list of titles and authors of the papers presented: Miniaturized Map Reproducibles. By Earle M. Knibiehly. Simple Least Squares Adjustments of Small Survey Nets. By Maurice E. Lafferty. Who Needs Environmental Mapping? By John M. McAlinden. Report of the 1974 Surveying Teachers Conference. By Porter W. McDonnell, Jr. Surveying Curriculum Guidelines. By John G. McEntyre. Computer Program to Simultaneously Adjust Vertical Angle and Leveling Networks. By Edward J. McKay. Perpetuation and Consolidation of Federal Survey Field Notes. By Max L. Miller. Simplifying Data Reduction for More Effective Communication in Thematic Mapping. By Mark S. Monmonier. Automated Sounding Selection. By William E. Opalski. Development and Application of Digital Transit Instrument. By Taichi Oshima and Tadashi Iizuka. Remote Graphic Display - An Economical Aid for Environmental Considerations. By Raymond Pittmann, Jr. and George E. Samoska. Mapping for the Energy Crisis. By Stephen F. Pousardien. Advanced Cartographic System at DMAAC. By David J. Premer.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 1974
EventAm Congr on Surv and Mapp, Fall Conv, Proc - Washington, DC, USA
Duration: Sep 10 1974Sep 13 1974


ConferenceAm Congr on Surv and Mapp, Fall Conv, Proc
CityWashington, DC, USA

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Engineering


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