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Appendix A: References

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Introduction

These references are a listing of authors and works associated with the information found within this manual. This appendix provides users with information for further reading.

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Authors and Works

Anderson, Michael, Don D’Onofrio, Gregory A. Helmer, and Wayne Wheeler. 1995. Specifications for Geodetic Control Networks Using High-Production GPS Surveying Techniques, July, Version 2.0. California Geodetic Control Committee. Irvine, CA.

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2004. Requirements and Procedures for Design Surveys and Land Surveys: AHTD Surveys Division

Berg, Ronald. 1998. Utilizing Real-Time Kinematic GPS for Control Surveys. Trimble User Conference Proceedings, Ministry of Transportation. Ontario, Canada

Bossler, John, D. 1984. Standards and Specifications for Geodetic Control Networks. Rockville, MD: September, Federal Geodetic Control Committee, National Geodetic Information Branch, NOAA.

Doyle, David. 2000. State Plane Coordinates and The National Spatial Reference System, March, Texas Society of Professional Surveyors, National Geodetic Survey.

Federal Geodetic Control Committee. 1998. Geometric Geodetic Accuracy Standards and Specification for Using GPS Relative Positioning Techniques, Version 5.0, reprinted with corrections, August 1, 1989, National Geodetic Survey, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Silver Spring, MD.

Federal Geodetic Control Subcommittee, Federal Geographic Data Committee. 1998. Geospatial Positioning Accuracy Standards, Reston, VA.: FGDC-STD-007-1998.

Federal Geographic Data Committee. 1998. Part 1, Reporting Methodology, Geospatial Positioning Accuracy Standards, FGDC-STD-007.1-1998, Federal Geographic Data Committee. Washington, DC.

Federal Geographic Data Committee. 1998: Part 3, National Standard for Spatial Data Accuracy, FGDC-STD-007.3-1998, Geospatial Positioning Accuracy Standards, Federal Geographic Data Committee. Washington, D.C.

Federal Geographic Data Committee. 1998. Part 6, Point Profile, Spatial Data Transfer Standard, FGDC-STD-002.6, Federal Geographic Data Committee, Washington, D.C.

FGCC (Bossler). 1984. Standards and Specifications for Geodetic Control Networks, September.

FGDC. 1998. Geospatial Positioning Accuracy Standards, Parts 1 and 2.

Fiedler, Jerry. 1992. Standards for GPS Cadastral Control Surveys using Relative Positioning Techniques, Bureau of Land Management, Branch of Cadastral Survey Development Service Center.

Floyd, Richard P. 1978. Geodetic Bench Marks, NOAA Manual NOS NGS 1, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Rockville, MD.

Foote, Kenneth E., and Donald J. Huebner. 1995. Error, Accuracy, and Precision, The Geographer’s Craft Project, Department of Geography, The University of Colorado at Boulder, CO.

Gnipp, Jack. 1999. Vertical GPS Survey Standards, 1999 Trimble User Conference, Trimble Navigation Limited.

Gossett, F. 1950, rev. 1959. Manual of Geodetic Triangulation, Special Publication 247, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C.

Greenfeld, Joshua. 2000. Survey Manual, BDC99T-003, January, New Jersey Department of Transportation, Quality Management Services Configuration Management, New Jersey.

Grontmij Geogroep bv. MOVE3 User Manual, Version 3.0, The Netherlands.

Hartzheim, Paul and Darin Hendel. 1998. Analysis of Real-Time Kinematic and Fast Static/Kinematic Least Squares Derived Coordinates Using a Wisconsin County UDN, Trimble User Conference Proceedings, Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

Hassler, Richard. 1999. Introduction to Network Adjustment, 1999 Trimble User Conference, Trimble Navigation Limited, Sunnyvale, CA.

Hothem, Larry, D. 1988. Geometric Geodetic Accuracy Standards and Specifications for GPS Relative Positioning Techniques, Version 5.0, May, Federal Geodetic Control Committee Charting and Geodetic Services, National Ocean Service, NOAA, Rockville, MD.

Intergovernmental Committee On Surveying & Mapping. 1996. Network Adjustment Assessment, November, Version 1.3, Publications, Standards and Practices for Control Surveys, Recommended Survey and Reduction Practices.

Intergovernmental Committee On Surveying & Mapping. 1996. Part D- Documentation Practices & Data Archiving Policy for a National Geodetic Data Base, November, Version 1.3, Publications, Standards & Practices for Control Surveys, Recommended Survey and Reduction Practices.

Intergovernmental Committee On Surveying & Mapping. 1997. Use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) for Surveying Applications, November, Version 2.0, Publications, Best Practice Guidelines.

Natural Resources Canada-Geodetic Survey Division. 1996. Accuracy Standards for Positioning, Version 1.0, Draft, July.

Nevada Department of Transportation, 2000: Special Instruction for Survey or Mapping Consultants, April, On Call Program, Location Division, Carson City, NV.

NGS. 1996. FBN Station Selection Guidelines, May.

NGS. 2000. Preliminary DRAFT Guidelines for Geodetic Network Surveys Using GPS. May 15.

NOAA. 1997. Guidelines for Establishing GPS-Derived Ellipsoid Heights, November, NOS NGS-58, NOAA Technical Memorandum.

North Carolina Department of Transportation. 2000. Global Positioning System (GPS) Survey Guidelines, North Carolina Department of Transportation Location and Surveys Manual.

Smith, Curtis L. July 1996. Revised NGS 3-Dimensional (3-D) Rod Mark [Draft Version], National Geodetic Survey.

Sumpter, Carl. 1997. Standards and Specifications for Global Positioning System (GPS) Surveys Cadastral Surveys, October, Version 1.4, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region, Northern Boundary Management Zone, Laramie, Wyoming.

Sumpter, Carl, Mike Londe, Ken Chamberlain, and Ken Bays. 2000. Standards and Guidelines for Cadastral Surveys using Global Positioning System Methods, United States Department of Agriculture-Forest Service, United States Department of the Interior-Bureau of Land Management

Texas Department of Transportation. 1994. Standards and Specifications for Global Positioning System (GPS) Surveys in Support of Transportation Improvement Projects, December, Draft, Survey Department, San Antonio, TX.

Trimble Navigation Limited. 1999. Trimble Geomatics Office-Network Adjustment Software User Guide, November, PN39933-00-ENG, Version 1.0, 1999 Trimble Navigation Limited, Sunnyvale, CA.

US Army Corps of Engineers. 1991. Navstar Global Positioning System Surveying, EM 1110-1-1003, June, Engineering and Design, Department of the Army, Washington, DC.

US Army Corps of Engineers. 1994. Deformation Monitoring and Control Surveying, October, EM 1110-1-1004, Engineering and Design, Department of the Army, Washington, DC.

US Army Corps of Engineers. 1998. Using Differential GPS Positioning For Elevation Determination, ETL1110-183, April, Engineering and Design, Department of the Army, Washington, DC.

U.S. Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Office Accuracy Standards for Cadastral Surveys, New Mexico State Office, U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

Vorhauer, Maralyn, L. 1998. Adjusting NGS Data, March, Page 26-31, Point Of Beginning, Business News Publishing Company.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation. 1996. Guidelines on Standards and Specifications For Global Positioning System Surveys in Support of Transportation Improvement Projects, January (Draft), Technical Services, Geodetic Surveys Unit, Madison, WI.

West Virginia Department of Transportation, #2000 Technical Guidelines for GPS Control Surveys.

Zilkoski, David, B., 2000. The GPS Observer, November, Page 24: Point Of Beginning, Business News Publishing Company.

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