"This site is a privately supported reference providing information of interest to the land surveyor (also known as the Cadastral Surveyor) involved in the preservation and retracement of the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) in the United States.
An organized attempt to sample the earth by visiting each of the latitude and longitude integer degree intersections. Volunteer contributors from around the world, whose photographs and notes of places visited are featured on the site, support the project.
The latest information on state rules, regulations and statutes, federal government data sources, maps, articles of interest, college and university programs, meetings and conventions, as well as links to professional organizations, land surveying message boards, and more. (AB-The Scout Report)
Develops Federal standards for geodetic surveys and helps to coordinate surveying methods.
Reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth.
Engages partners to develop standards and produce consistent and accurate data through its Geospatial Liaison Network, provides a pathway to find information about geospatial or spatially referenced data available from USGS.
A web resource that explains how the Global Positioning System (GPS) works.
An online resource for GIS,LBS, and geospatial industry professionals and students.
GPS Fields Area Measure-Manage your area, distance, perimeter.
Surveyor Plus-Allows you to create, save and export projects based on the calculation and management of the coordinates of points.
AutoCAD 360-A free DWG viewing application, with drawing and drafting tools that allow you to view, create, edit, and share AutoCAD drawings across web and mobile devices.