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The software supports GIS and CAD export and import, and provides access to advanced mapping tools, including: range rings by time and distance, area fills and line-of-sight height offsets, geo-pins, geo-tips, Public Land Survey System (PLSS), advanced address search, up-to-date street data, and more.
Established surveying company providing services which include construction stakeouts, consulting, drafting, public land surveys and subdivisions.
As the key elements of the Public Land Survey System, which Jefferson helped devise in 1785, they are called townships and cover six miles square, more or less.
Data from collected deer included the geographic location based on the Wisconsin Public Land Survey System (township-range-section), sex, and age (estimated by using tooth eruption and tooth wear patterns ).
These square land survey units are defined by fixed lines established under the federal Public Land Survey System used in 30 states.
This study will evaluate the historic distribution of pine based on the notes made by the Public Land Survey in the early 1800's.
Dominion Land surveyors sent in field notes, sketch plans, diaries, and reports of public land surveys to Deville's office where they were inspected and used to draw plans, such as township and settlement plans, for the disposal of public lands.
LandWorks will resell the following products from the WhiteStar Exploration Cube of enterprise data sets: WhiteStar Grid [TM] is a seamless digital mosaic of land survey and fitted state and county boundaries covering all public land survey states, Texas, and Offshore State and Federal Waters in the Gulf of Mexico.