Donald R. Graff, Harold J. Welch, Elmer J. Peterson, Joseph F. Hannigan, Borden D. Dent, Mark S. Monmonier, Richard H. Schweitzer, Thomas C. Burger, Joseph T. Long, James R. Carter, Richard L. Phillips, S. Clark Brown, David E. Davin

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Following is a continuation of the list of titles and authors of the papers presented: Survey Coordinate Systems. By Donald R. Graff. You'll be Glad You tried ″GLAD″ . By Harold J. Welch. Surveying, Monumenting and Mapping County Roads. By Elmer J. Peterson. Variable Polarization for Suppressing Signal Interference (Jamming) and Ground Swing (Multipath) in Surveying with Microwave Distance Measuring Equipment. By Joseph F. Hannigan. Simplifying Thematic Maps Through Effective Design: Some Postulates for the Measurement of Success. By Borden D. Dent. Eigenvalues and Principal Components: A Method for Detecting Natural Breaks for Choroplethic Maps. By Mark S. Monmonier. Mapping Urban America with Automated Cartography. By Richard H. Schweitzer Jr. Metric Conversion in Topographic Mapping. By Thomas C. Burger and Joseph T. Long. Simple Systems when Simplicity is Desired: Mapping with Format Statements in Regional Analysis. By James R. Carter. Interactive Mapping for Environmental Systems. By Richard L. Phillips. Cloud-Cover Impact on Skylab Earth Resources Experiment Package (EREP). By S. Clark Brown and David E. Davin.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 1973
EventAm Congr on Surv and Mapp, Conv, Proc, Lake Buena - Vista, FL, USA
Duration: Oct 2 1973Oct 5 1973


ConferenceAm Congr on Surv and Mapp, Conv, Proc, Lake Buena
CityVista, FL, USA

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Engineering


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