There was a WC set for a section corner that falls very close to the north bank of the river. The section corner falls in the river and it was witnessed in four directions. For three of the witness corners the river has moved and taken them out, only the WC on the north side of the river stands a slight chance of still remaining.
A recently released National Policy Memorandum (NPM-TRUS-43) issued by the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs entitled Modernize the Land Description Review Process for Fee-to-Trust Acquisitions is resulting in a number of questions by current Certified Federal Surveyors (CFedS).
Starter homes are at a premium in northeast Indiana. But the effort to build more housing is being partly hampered by a lack of licensed land surveyors needed for the kind of development to take place.
Accurate ocean topography is essential for navigation, telecommunications, offshore energy, and understanding weather and climate, but less than 20% of the global ocean has been mapped. This lack of exploration is largely due to the high cost of accessing our oceans, which has traditionally been undertaken by large ships that are very expensive to build and operate.
As with so many other market applications that require extensive data collection and precise measurements, drones have radically changed the face of both mapping and surveying. Some conflate the two, but they are different. While both aim to spatially depict the world, surveying remains subject to state licensure; mapping does not.
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