What do you do? Part 2

April 20, 2010
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Posted By Larry P on 4/19/2010 at 11:56 AM

Below, I posted a question about how to handle a resurvey that finds things pretty much the same as before.

What do you do?


Let's change things slightly and see how if that changes any minds.

In the earlier scenario I was resurveying something I had done earlier. What if the previous work was done by someone else?

Do you:

1. List the bearings and distances from the previous work?

or 

2. List new bearings and distances that come from your new measurements conducted by you or under your supervision?

or

3. Something else??


Larry P


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