The Search for Shackleton’s Ship: The Man, The Myth, & the Land Surveying Legend

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The Search for Shackleton’s Ship: The Man, The Myth, & the Land Surveying Legend

The early days of exploration are filled with eccentric historical characters that took incredible risks to venture forth into the unknown. The drive to be part of geographical and scientific discovery led many to treacherous lands. Explorers from Marco Polo (who traveled along the Silk Road) to Christopher Columbus (credited with discovering the new world’)

Land Surveying in Harsh Environments: Helping Map the Mysteries of Antarctica 

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Land Surveying in Harsh Environments: Helping Map the Mysteries of Antarctica 

Human beings have done a lot of exploring since modern civilizations began and ships, automobiles, and airplanes allowed for the traversal across oceans and vast landmasses. There are still places out there, however, that remain to be fully understood. Antarctica, the fifth-largest continent, with 5.4 million square miles, storage of the planet’s fresh water supply,

The Artillery Surveyor: The Amazing Role of Land Surveying in World War II

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The conflict that tore through the mid 20th century happened on all multiple fronts, involving dozens of nations, territories, armies, and affecting millions of people across the world. The casualties of the war do not begin to tell the story of its effects. And yet, it was during the war efforts that nations like the

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