Base Line

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Base Line

Survey line used in the government survey to establish township lines. Horizontal elevation line used as a centerline in a highway survey.

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With a few clicks, landowners and farmers can verify ownership of the farmland.One year ago, the Office of Geodesy, Cartography and Land Registry made available a new web application, the ZBGIS Map Client, which provides full-scale information from the geodesy, cartography and land registry sector.
The European gravimetric quasi-geoid EGG97-an IAG supported continental enterprise, International Association of Geodesy Symposia 119: 249254.
Their topics concerned geodesy (Earth's crust motions, GNSS/GPS data monitoring and processing, seismo-geodesy, PSI data interpretation, geoid), geology (neotectonics, neovolcanology, tectonomorphology, brittle tectonics) and geophysics (seismicity, gravity, strain fields, etc.)
International Association of Hydrological Sciences International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics General Assembly
What the new name symbolizes or connotes is the synthesis of mapping, charting, and geodesy on one hand, and imagery analysis and imagery intelligence on the other, into the concept of geospatial intelligence, which is really what this agency is about.
Riccioli's scientific work was not confined to astronomy; Maria Teresa Borgato and Jacques Gapaillard investigate Riccioli's contributions to the study of falling bodies and geodesy, respectively.
The Department of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Agricultural University of Wroclaw, in collaboration with the Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, organized the 4th Czech-Polish Workshop on Recent Geodynamics of the Sudety Mts.
Previously retailing at pounds 399, the Geodesy Plus system now costs pounds 320.
``The high demand for our Geodesy units clearly shows that motorists do not want to be caught out risking fines, penalty points, driving bans and higher insurance premiums.''
The GEODESY speed camera locator uses satellite positioning technology to pinpoint the locations of thousands of speed cameras throughout the UK and provide motorists with a clear warning of their location.
The software has been developed during more then 10 years period under leadership of professor Petr Vanicek at the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, University of New Brunswick.
Indeed, the piece was accompanied by wall text that cites the source of the title (a poem by Paul Celan) and signage indicating that the work is essentially a flattened scale model of the sky, part of a geodesy that could be constructed as an icosahedral dome of 1, 210 triangles.