Natural Resources Conservation A.A.S.
Course DescriptionPlane Surveying I
The principles of plane surveying are explored. Investigation is made of elementary field techniques and office procedures with emphasis on agricultural and conservation applications. Familiarization with various modern surveying instruments, analysis of error and survey computation is emphasized. Field work includes taping, profile and differential leveling, traversing and topographic mapping. Prerequisite: MAGN 101 or equivalent 3 credits (2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory hours), fall semester