By Stephen V. Estopinal
The nonsurveyor's definitive land survey sourcebook—now commonly updated
Over the final a number of a long time, the web has allowed people with a non-technical historical past to imagine extra regulate of land surveys. yet with no transparent realizing of ways to thoroughly use land survey facts, and confronted with the demanding situations of speaking particular specifications to a pro land surveyor, conflicts frequently come up that result in litigation.
A consultant to knowing Land Surveys bridges the ever-expanding conversation hole among the clients of land boundary details land surveyors.
This vital advisor truly explains the features and strategies required in each survey (routine or otherwise), and the function of a surveyor of their research and re-establishment. it's a must-have source for name legal professionals, paralegals, realtors, govt brokers, and others who depend upon the knowledge collected and offered through land surveys.
Written in nontechnical language and supported through quite a few line drawings, A consultant to realizing Land Surveys not just is helping readers achieve a powerful familiarity with a survey, plat, or land description, yet allows them to appropriately evaluation it, notice any inadequacies, and make the correct alterations to procure approval.
The 3rd variation of A consultant to knowing Land Surveys has been accelerated with thirty percentage new fabric and is absolutely up-to-date to mirror the newest perform directions and know-how, together with using GPS and GIS in land boundary re-establishment. additionally incorporated is critical new fabric on how expertise can be interpreted in assessing the standard and accuracy of a land survey.
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1 is a visualization of a tangent plane projection. Imagine that a flat plane of glass is balanced on a globe. The plane would touch the globe in only one spot. 2. TANGENT PLANE PROJECTIONS 45 to look down through the glass from directly above the globe, features on the globe would be visible. These features could then be traced on the glass in their apparent positions as observed from above. The tracings on the glass would be a map of those portions of the globe visible from above. The features mapped would become increasingly distorted as the distance from the point of tangency increased.
19 20 GEOMETRY Straight line—Any line in which the route of measure of the shortest distance between any two points on the line lies entirely within the line. Ray—A portion of a straight line originating or emanating from a point. Line segment—A portion of a line beginning at one point and ending at another. Distance—A measure of the separation of two points. Length—The sum of all of the distances between consecutive points of a line segment. Surface—Any array of contiguous points, having no thickness, that completely separates two distinct spaces.
Bearings shown on tangent plane projections, and even those correctly based on true north, do not represent the geodetic, 46 PROJECTION SYSTEMS astronomic, or true bearing of the land line, except along the meridian that passes directly through the point of tangency. The curvature of the earth and the convergence of the meridians are ignored. The distances measured during the survey are reduced to horizontal distances at a local datum. No adjustments are made to compensate for differences between distances between points on this level surface and distances between the same points on the flat plane of the projection.
A Guide to Understanding Land Surveys by Stephen V. Estopinal