Geo’s Sign

Today, I offer a geosign for the July Accretionary Wedge created by geoscientists and geographers:

Geophysical surveys involve a lot of trying to figure out where you took measurements in relation to where you want data. In mountainous, forested, cloudy British Columbia, GPS can be reduced to thoroughly useless (“± 50m. Or is that 30? 75m! Your anchor is dragging. 2m. Why don’t you trust me?”), complicating the issue. However, life gets far more pleasant when a measurement station is directly on top of a client’s survey stake.

Measurement station = survey station.

Measurement station = survey station.

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