Home » Surveying in Hawaii--It's Not All Paradise Surveying in Hawaii--It's Not All Paradise October 29, 2003 Reprints No Comments Surveying in Hawaii--It's Not All ParadiseAttempting to locate property boundaries in lava flows.Although this is cooled lava, you still have to be very careful where you step because you might fall through thin layers into deep crevices.The USC&GS sets their control points in the nicest places.Submitted by Barbara B. Cooper, LPLS Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to POB. Related Articles In Pacific Paradise, Volunteers Survey Kosrae's Culture Capturing Paradise Mansion owner, Hollywood battle in court over 'outdoor paradise' Risking It All for Surveyors Related Products The Pincushion Effect: The Multiple Monument Dilemma in American Land Surveying V03A - Standards of Practice for Surveying in Alabama (CD) V12B - Great Surveyors and Their Surveys: Understanding the Men, Equipment and Accuracy of Their Surveys Will Make You a Better Surveyor (CD) V00D - History of Surveying Instruments: Impact and Accuracy (CD) Related Events 3rd Annual National Surveying, Mapping and Geospatial Conference GEO Business 2017 TSPS Symposium Get Your Scanning Under Control Related Directories MicroSurvey Software Inc. Keystone Aerial Surveys Inc. Rocky Mountain Aerial Surveys Survey Instrument Sales You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.