Forest Surveying, part 1 - The use of steel tape, compass, abney level and aneroid barometer in forest surveying and mapping

Corvallis, Oregon: O.S.C. Cooperative Assn. [Pacific Northwest Region United States Forest Service], 1949. [First Edition]. 12mo., pp.123, stiff card covers protected with stiff plastic (spiral bound). -- Name in ink on top of title page, some writing (figures) at top of copyright page and a few ink smudges on top of preface. -- Condition. Very good. Item #10660

"Part One of Forest Surveying is designed to meet the requirements of an introductory course in forest engineering. It is by no means intended to cover the entire field. The text deals with the less precise and less expensive methods of forest surveying, i.e., the measurement of distance by steel tape and pace, direction by compass, and elevation difference by abney level and aneroid barometer. Much of the material set forth is treated with insufficient detail in standard surveying textbooks".-preface.

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