Articles in the Surveying Category
The Australian Height Datum (AHD) is Australia’s first and only legal vertical datum, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The adjustment of the Australian National Levelling Network (ANLN) in May 1971 provided, for the first time, a nationwide network of physical AHD heights (Roelse et al., 1975).
The professional surveying education responses during the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented shift in how we teach surveying students. While many institutions had increased the amount of online learning, and blended learning prior to COVID-19, the response across the global surveying education community has been phenomenal…
Our goal this year is not to do the “best we can do” despite COVID-19, but to make a first attempt at what will become a permanent blended offering of our program
Robert William Kingdon
Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering University of New Brunswick, Canada
At University of New Brunswick Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, we have perhaps …
Will we be able to maintain a Covid-19 free country or could it be that we will eventually suffer due to the lack of herd immunity? Will we see more Covid-19 business impacts in three to four months? Only time will tell.
Managing Director, Vision NZ Ltd, Nelson, New Zealand
These are unprecedented days for the …
We can learn and accomplish a great deal when female land intermediaries work hand-in-hand with chartered surveyors
Women In Surveying (WIS), Nigeria
Land administration is generally the responsibility of governments. But in emerging economies, the lack of financial and human resources prevent many governments from building and maintaining comprehensive land registries and …