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Simplified Plane-Table Note Computing: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

Kenneth K. Landes

AAPG Bulletin

..., algebraically add the two, and reverse the sign of the difference if a backsight From there on, the procedure is the same as in the civil-engineering...

1955

Suggestions for Reduction of Stadia Notes: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

Richard L. Threet

AAPG Bulletin

... to the known elevation to obtain the unknown (added to rod station elevation to obtain H. I. on backsight; added to H. I. to obtain rod station...

1954

Elevations with Plane Table and Speedometer: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

T. Dean Mundorf

AAPG Bulletin

... to the top of the target; then, on the backsight, read an angle to the top of the target. The second method is preferable because it keeps the foresights...

1944

Some Planetable Methods

Walter A. English

AAPG Bulletin

... the sighting point in one of the two following ways. If the sighting point is to be used for backsight orientation, and is more than a few feet from the set-up...

1924

Aid to Plane-Table Mapping: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

Hobart E. Stocking

AAPG Bulletin

... relation to backsight or foresight, plus angles, minus angles, or no angle. For an amateur, quick passage through the operations is facilitated by glance...

1947

A One-Man Profiling Method for Beach Studies

W. J. Stephen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., with a telescopic level and a surveying rod. Breaks in slope along the shore-normal profile are marked. Starting with a backsight to a benchmark...

1977

THE TOTAL STATION AS A TOOL FOR RECORDING PROVENANCE IN PALEONTOLOGY FIELDWORK: CONFIGURATION, USE, ADVANTAGES, AND DISADVANTAGES

MARCOS CÉSAR BISSARO-JÚNIOR, RENATO PIRANI GHILARDI, MATHEUS ROSARIO BUENO, ANDERSON MANZOLI, FERNANDO SOARES ADORNI, FELLIPE PEREIRA MUNIZ, EDSON GUILHERME, JONAS PEREIRA DE SOUZA FILHO, FRANCISCO RICARDO NEGRI, ANNIE SCHMALTZ HSIOU

PALAIOS

...). One is the fixation point (FP), other is the reference point (RP, also referred to as the backsight point). Both points will be used throughout...

2018

Surveyors and the Search for Oil: PNG 1911…1942

F. C. Pratt

Papua New Guinea (PNG) Petroleum Convention Proceedings

..., May 1969. Loomis, H., ‘General Report on Madang District’, lEC, Madang, 1939 (unpublished). Marshall, C.W., ‘A Little Bit of the Past with Backsight...

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