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Retracement Concepts with Fractional Sections

Retracement Concepts with Fractional Sections

Retracement Concepts with Fractional Sections

Dennis J. Mouland, PLS
Dennis J. Mouland, PLS
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Launch date: 08 Apr 2016

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Last updated: 11 Jan 2017

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Retracement Concepts with Fractional Sections
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This course is only available to trainees 365 days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

The concepts of completion and extension surveys are not usually encountered everyday. Thus a surveyor may not even recognize that such surveys are involved in the work being undertaken. The definition of these types of surveys is presented in this course. To be able to understand how to work with such surveys, we go all the way back to discussing the meaning of “fixed,” “monument,” and “corner.” These are not the same thing and the distinctions must be well understood. As with measurements, many words that appear similar such as accuracy and precision are actually far from being identical. So it is with fixed, monument and corner.

Objectives

Objective 1
Learn what completion and extension surveys are in the USPLS as they are not frequently encountered. The surveyor however is required to have an expert understanding of how to apply the principles involves in determining boundaries and corner locations.
Objective 2
Learn the specific meaning of terms such as fixed, monument and corner, and how they are to be considered in this context so that mistakes from incorrect conclusions can be avoided.
Objective 3
Understand how to look for evidence of surveys that are completion surveys and extension surveys, as they are not always clearly understood when examining the records of USPLS surveys in a specific area.
Dennis J. Mouland, PLS

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Dennis J. Mouland, PLS
on behalf of GeoLearn, LLC

Dennis J. Mouland is a registered professional surveyor in Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Management, and has been in the surveying profession since 1972. His experience is evenly split between the private sector, including his own surveying firm, and federal government employment.
Dennis has been an instructor and course manager for the BLM/Forest Service “Advanced Cadastral School” and more recently served as the National Cadastral Training Coordinator for BLM in Phoenix, AZ (2005 – 2011). In that position he developed the Certified Federal Surveyors Program for the Department of the Interior. In addition to having over 300 technical articles published in the U.S. and Canada, Dennis is a contributing author to the textbook “The Surveying Handbook,” and authored “Ethics for the Professional Surveyor” in 1996, now in its third printing. He has conducted seminars for the surveying and real estate professions since 1984. To date, Dennis has instructed over 100,000 students on survey subjects.
Dennis has taught boundary law subjects in higher education institutions since 1995, and is currently a Surveying Instructor at the University of Wyoming and Oklahoma State University. He lives near Durango, Colorado.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
  • 1.00 Hours

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