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Land measurement and survey : an introduction for woodland owners Public Deposited

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  • Generally, surveying means gathering and processing information about the physical earth. It’s the science of determining relative positions of existing points on the earth’s surface or of establishing such points. Methods range from aerial and satellite systems to conventional ground methods. Survey professionals use a variety of methods to produce easy-to-use maps that are essential for effective land management. Surveys help you locate property boundaries, roads, structures, watercourses, and other physical characteristics of the land. Familiarity with how property lines are marked is valuable. For example, when property lines cross roads, reference tags often indicate the location where the line and road intersect. Other important points often are marked in the forest with corner posts and with blazed, flagged, or posted lines between them.
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