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Photogrammetric Mapping Manual (371 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction
Mandatory Requirements
Life Cycle Project Management Integration of Photogrammetric Mapping Throughout the Project Life
Trade Name Exclusions
Manual Development and Proponency
Using the Manual
Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms
Mandatory Requirements of this Chapter

Chapter 2: Photogrammetric Accuracy Standards and Classifications
Photogrammetric Mapping Standards
USACE Photogrammetric Mapping Standard
ASPRS Accuracy Standards for Large-Scale Maps
Typical Mapping Scales, Contour Intervals, and Accuracy Classifications for USACE Functional Applications
Supplemental USACE Photogrammetric Mapping Criteria
USACE Orthophoto and Orthophoto Map Accuracy Standards
Photogrammetric Mapping Coverage

Chapter 3: Photogrammetric Processes
Photogrammetric Processes
Imagery Acquisition
Ground Control
Adjustment of Imagery to the Earth
Feature Collection
Quality Control / Quality Assurance

Chapter 4: Photogrammetric Mapping Planning and Cost Estimating Principles
Photogrammetric Mapping Project Planning
Photo Scale, Contour Interval, and Target Map Scale Determination
Data Compatibility
Project Design
Photogrammetric Mapping Production Flow
Approach to Estimating Detailed Photogrammetric Mapping Project Costs
Project Specifications
Contract Parameters
Calculation of Production Hours for Aerial Photography
Photo Control Surveying Cost Items
Photogrammetric Compilation and Digital Mapping Cost Items
Orthophoto Images
Summary of Production Hours
Photogrammetric Mapping - Sample Scope of Work and Cost Estimate

Chapter 5: Aerial Photography
Subcontracted Photography
Operational Procedures
Flight Line Maps
Types of Aerial Cameras
Analog Aerial Cameras
Camera Filters
Camera Classifications
Camera Mounting Requirements
Camera Criteria/Reporting
Radiant Energy and the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Film Characteristics
Type of Diapositives
Film Processing and Handling Specifications and Criteria
Camera Panel
Film Report
Negative Annotation
Container Labels

Photo Index Map Requirements
Contact Prints
Contract Deliverables

Chapter 6: Structural Evaluation
Coordinate Reference Systems
Ground Control Requirements for Photogrammetric Mapping
Marking Photo Control
Survey Accuracy Standards

Chapter 7: Airborne Global Positioning System Techniques
Project Planning
Other Considerations
Ground Receiver
Airborne Receiver
ABGPS Project Configuration
Quality Control

Chapter 8: Analytical Aerotriangulation
Aerotriangulation Principles
Softcopy Methods
Pass Points
Ground Control Points
Other Points
Accuracy and Quality Control Criteria
Stereoplotter Settings

Chapter 9: Stereocompilation Procedures
Types of Stereoplotters
Stereoplotter Operations
Stereoplotter Output Devices
Softcopy Workstation
Softcopy Workstations Output Devices
Stereoplotter Accuracies
Line Map Compilation Procedures
Compilation of Topography
Map Manuscript
Map Edit

Chapter 10: Orthophotographs
Current Status
Map Substitute
Image Quality
Production Procedures
Enlargement Factor
Limitation of Orthophotography

Chapter 11: Airborne Lidar Topographic Surveying
Operating Principles
Uses of LIDAR within the Corps
Capabilities and Limitations
Comparisons with Existing Technologies
LIDAR System Components
Planning a LIDAR Data Collection
LIDAR Data Collection
LIDAR Data Processing
Data Classification
Quality Control
Contracting Issues
Sources of Additional Information


  Survey Markers and Monumentation Manual (54 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction
Scope of Manual
Development of a Survey
Monumentation Comprehensive Plan
Permanent Monuments
Temporary Markers
Public Relations
Brand Names

Chapter 2: Site Selection
Corrosive Environment
Satellite Visibility
Cost Comparison

Chapter 3: Vertical Control - Bench Marks

Selection of Monument Type Based on Local Site Conditions
Construction and Installation Procedures
Naming Vertical Control Monuments
Marks of Other Organizations
Witness Posts and Signs

Chapter 4: Horizontal Control Monuments
Selection of Monument Type Based on Local Site Conditions
Construction and Installation Procedures
Naming Horizontal Control Monuments
Reference and Azimuth Marks
Three-Dimensional Monuments
Marks of Other Organizations
Witness Posts

Chapter 5: Boundary Monuments
Installation of Boundary Monumentation
Selection of Monument Type Based on Local Site Conditions
Construction and Installation Procedures
Naming Boundary Monuments
Reference Monuments
Witness Trees and Corners
Boundary Marker Sign

Chapter 6: Documentation
Monument/Marker Documentation


  NAVSTAR Global Positioning System Surveying Manual (469 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Operational Theory of NAVSTAR GPS

Chapter 3: GPS Reference Systems

Chapter 4: GPS Absolute Positioning Determination Concepts, Errors, and Accuracies

Chapter 5: Differential or Relative Positioning Determination Concepts

Chapter 6: GPS Applications in Usace

Chapter 7: GPS Receiver and Equipment Selection

Chapter 8: Planning Data Collection With GPS

Chapter 9: Conducting GPS Field Surveys

Chapter 10: Post-processing Differential GPS Observational Data

Chapter 11: Adjustment of GPS Surveys

Chapter 12: Contracting GPS Surveying Services


  Geodetic and Control Surveying Manual (102 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction
Scope of Manual
Life Cycle Project Management
Trade Name Exclusions
Abbreviations and Terms
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 2: Control Surveying Applications
Project Control Densification
Geodetic Control Densification
Vertical Control Densification
Structural Deformation Studies
Dynamic Positioning and Navigation
GIS Integration

Chapter 3: Standards and Specifications For Control Surveying
General Procedural Standards and Specifications
Construction Surveys
Cadastral and Real Estate Surveys
Geodetic Control Surveys
Topographic Site Plan Mapping Surveys
Structural Deformation Surveys
Photogrammetric Mapping Control Surveys
Hydrographic Surveys
GIS Surveys

Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 4: Reference Systems and Datum Transformations
Reference Systems
Geodetic Coordinates
State Plane Coordinate System
Universal Transverse Mercator Coordinate System
Datum Transformations
Horizontal Datum Transformations
Horizontal Transition Plan
Vertical Datums
Vertical Datum Transformations
Vertical Transition Plan
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 5: Horizontal Control Survey Techniques
Secondary Horizontal Control
Traverse Survey Standards
Traverse Survey Guidelines
Traverse Classifications
Triangulation and Trilateration
Bearing and Azimuth Determination
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 6: Vertical Control Survey Techniques
Second Order Leveling
Third Order Leveling
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 7: Miscellaneous Field Notekeeping and Procedural Requirements
Field Notes
Horizontal Control Survey Field Notes
Vertical Control Survey Field Notes
Mandatory Requirements




  Structural Deformation Surveying Manual (292 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction
Scope of Manual
Deformation Survey Techniques
Life Cycle Project Management
Trade Name Exclusions
Abbreviations and Terms
Mandatory Requirements
Proponency and Waivers

Chapter 2: Planning, Design, and Accuracy Requirements
Standards for Deformation Surveys
Accuracy Requirements for Performing Deformation Surveys
Overview of Deformation Surveying Design
Professional Associations
Causes of Dam Failure
Foundation Problems in Dams
Navigation Locks
Deformation Parameters
Location of Monitoring Points
Design of Reference Networks
Reference Point Monumentation
Monitoring Point Monumentation
Design of Measurement Schemes
Measurement Reliability
Frequency of Measurements
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 3: Deformation Measurement and Alignment Instrumentation
Angle and Distance Measurements
Differential Leveling
Total Station Trigonometric Elevations
Global Positioning System (GPS
Photogrammetric Techniques
Alignment Measurements
Extension and Strain Measurements
Tilt and Inclination Measurements
Non-Geodetic Measurements
Optical Tooling Technology
Laser Tooling methods
Laser Alignment Technology
Laser Alignment Techniques
Laser Alignment Error Sources
Laser Beam Propagation
Laser Alignment Equipment
Current Laser Alignment Surveys
Suspended and Inverted Plumblines
Comparison of Alignment and Plumbline Systems
Tiltmeter Observations
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 4: Sources of Measurement Error and Instrument Calibrations
Surveying Measurement Errors
Optical Pointing Error
Instrument Leveling Error
Instrument Centering Error
Horizontal Angle Measurement Error
Electronic Distance Measurement Error
Zenith Angle Measurement Error
Refraction of Optical Lines of Sight
Theodolite System Error
Reflector Alignment Error
EDM Scale Error
EDM Prism Zero Error
EDM Cyclic Error
Calibration Baselines
Equipment for Baseline Calibration
Procedures for Baseline Calibration
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 5: Angle and Distance Observations--theodolites, Total Stations and Edm
Instrument and Reflector Centering Procedures
Angle and Direction Observations
Distance Observations
Electro-Optical Distance Measurement
EDM Reductions
Atmospheric Refraction Correction
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 6: Settlement Surveys--precise Differential Leveling Observations
Precise Geodetic Leveling
Differential Leveling Reductions
Total Station Trigonometric Heights
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 7: Alignment, Deflection, and Crack Measurement Surveys--micrometer Observations
Relative Alignment Deflections from Fixed Baseline
Micrometer Crack Measurement Observations
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 8: Monitoring Structural Deformations Using the Global Positioning System
Scope of Chapter
Section I - Monitoring Structural Deformation with GPS
Surveying Requirements
Surveying Procedures
Data Processing Procedures
GPS Monitoring Applications
GPS Survey Reporting and Results
Section II - GPS Performance on Monitoring Networks
Principles of GPS Carrier Phase Measurement
GPS Receiving System Performance
Sources of Error in GPS Measurements
GPS Performance on Monitoring Networks
Section III - Data Quality Assessment for Precise GPS Surveying
Quality Assessment Tools
GPS Session Status
Data Post-Processing
Post-Processing Statistics
Closure and Station Checks
Section IV - GPS Multipath Error
Description of Multipath Signals
Data Cleaning Techniques for GPS Surveys
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 9: Preanalysis and Network Adjustment
Theory of Measurements
Least Squares Adjustment
Adjustment Input Parameters
Adjustment Output Parameters
Adjustment Procedures
Sample Adjustment--Yatesville Lake Dam
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 10: Relative Distance Ratio Assessment Methods
Deformation Monitoring Using Ratio Methods
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 11: Analysis and Assessment of Results
Geometrical Analysis
Statistical Modeling
Deterministic Modeling
Hybrid Analysis Method
Automated Data Management
Scope of Deformation Analysis
Mandatory Requirements

Chapter 12: Data Presentation and Final Reports
Report Format
Displacement Data Presentation
Data Management
Mandatory Requirements


  Construction Surveying Manual (238 Pages)

Chapter 1: Survey Objectives

Chapter 2: Road Surveying

Chapter 3: Curves

Chapter 4: Earthwork

Chapter 5: Bridge Surveying

Chapter 6: Site Layout

Chapter 7: Traverse


  Surveying I Manual (175 Pages)

Lesson 1: Introduction to Surveying
Part A: Surveying Career Field
Part B: General
Part C: Terminology
Part D: Fieldwork
Part E: Surveying Parties
Part F: Surveys
Part G: Control Surveys
Part H: Professional Societies and Manufacturers
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 2: Ratios, Proportions, Roots, and Powers
Part A: Ratios and Proportions
Part B: Roots and Powers
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 3: Geometry
Part A: Lines

Part B: Angles
Part C: Triangles
Part D: Postulates
Part E: Theorems for Lines, Angles, and Triangles
Part F: Review of Geometry
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 4: Trigonometry
Part A: Angles
Part B: Trigonometric Fundamentals
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 5: Surveying Equipment
Part A: Universal Surveying Instruments
Part B: Field Equipment
Part C: Associated Surveying Equipment
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback
  Surveying (Topographic and Geodetic Surveys) Manual (264 Pages)

Lesson 1: Geodesy For the Layman
Part A: Figures of the Earth
Part B: Geodetic Surveying
Part C: Geodetic Datums
Part D: Connecting Horizontal Datums
Part E: Geodetic Systems
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 2: Preliminary Survey Operations
Part A: Survey Missions
Part B: Surve y Operations
Part C: Survey Types
Part D: Survey Methods
Part E: Survey Classifications
Part F: Survey Networks
Part G: Survey Equipment
Part H: Fieldwork
Part I: Office Work
Part J: Survey Communication
Part K: System Accuracies and Requirements
Part L: Survey Reconnaissance
Part M: Signals and Towers
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 3: Horizontal Measurements
Part A: Triangulation

Part B: Measuring Angles
Part C: Traversing and Traverse Types
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 4: Leveling
Part A: Accuracy and Requirements
Part B: Precise Differential Leveling
Part C: Trigonometric Leveling
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 5: Navigational Satellite and Timing Global Positioning System
Part A: Global Positioning System Overview
Part B: Absolute Precise Positioning
Part C: Differential Precise Positioning
Part D: Planning Precise-Positioning Surveys
Part E: Conducting Precise-Positioning Surveys
Part F: Processing Precise-Positioning Survey Data
Part G: Adjusting Precise-Positioning Surveys
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback

Lesson 6: Airfield Obstruction and Navigational-aid Surveys
Part A: Federal Aviation Administration and Federal Aviation Regulation Standards
Part B: Airfield Data Accuracy Requirements
Part C: Reporting
Practice Exercise
Answer Key and Feedback


  Hydrologic Analysis of Interior Areas Manual (89 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction
Purpose and Scope
Interior Systems
Interdisciplinary Study Requirements
Organization of Manual

Chapter 2: Planning and Design Study Process
Study Process
Planning Study Considerations
Design Study Considerations

Chapter 3: Hydrologic Study Strategy
Minimum Facility Concepts
Overview of Hydrologic Study Strategy
Strategies for Planning Studies
Strategies for Design Studies

Chapter 4: Hydrologic Analysis Procedures
Basic Concepts
Procedure Overview
Hydrologic Data Requirements

Period-of-Record Methods
Multiple Discrete Event Hethod
Stochastic Simulation Procedure
Coincident Frequency Methods
Procedure Selection

Chapter 5: Flood Loss Reduction Measures
Physical Measures at Line-of-Protection
Physical Measures Remote From Line-of-Protection
Nonstructural Measures

Chapter 6: Special Topics
Performance Standards
Study Concepts for Urban and Agricultural Areas
Flood Damage Evaluation Concepts
Legal Requirements

Chapter 7: Reporting Requirements
Planning Considerations
Design Considerations



Hydrologic Frequency Analysis Manual (149 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction
Purpose and Scope
Need for Hydrologic Frequency Estimates
Need for Professional Judgement

Chapter 2: Frequency Analysis
Duration Curves
Selection of Data for Frequency Analysis
Graphical Frequency Analysis
Analytical Frequency Analysis

Chapter 3: Flood Frequency Analysis
Log-Pearson Type III Distribution
Weighted Skew Coefficient
Expected Probability
Conditional Probability Adjustment
Two-Station Comparison
Flood Volumes
Effects of Flood Control Works on
Flood Frequencies
Effects of Urbanization

Chapter 4: Low-flow Frequency Analysis
Application Problems

Chapter 5: Precipitation Frequency Analysls
General Procedures
Available Regional Information
Derivation of Flood-Frequency Relations
from Precipitation

Chapter 6: Stage(Elevation)-Frequency Analysis
Stage Data
Frequency Distribution

Expected Probability

Chapter 7: Damage-frequency Relationships
Computation of Expected Annual Damage
Equivalent Annual Damage

Chapter 8: Statistical Reliability Criteria
Reliability of Frequency Statistics
Reliability of Frequency Curves

Chapter 9: Regression Analysis and Application to Regional Studies
Nature and Application
Calculation of Regression Equations
The Correlation Coefficient and Standard Error
Simple Link Regression Example
Factors Responsible of Nondetermination
Multiple Linear Regression Example
Partial Correlation
Verification of Regression Results
Regression by Graphical Techniques
Practical Guidelines
Regional Frequency Analysis

Chapter 10: Analysis of Mixed Populations

Chapter 11: Frequency of Coincident Flows
A Procedure for Coincident Frequency Analysis

Chapter 12: Stochastic Hydrology
Basic Procedure
Monthly Streamflow Model
Data Fill In
Application In Areas of Limited Data
Daily Streamflow Model


  Hydrologic Engineering Requirements for Flood Damage Reduction Studies Manual (68 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction
Flood Damage Reduction Planning Problem
Corps Procedure for Finding a Solution
to the Planning Problem
Role of Hydrologic Engineering
Hydrologic Engineering Study Design

Chapter 2: Common Hydrologic Engineering Requirements
Study Setup and Layout
Requirements for Evaluating the NED Contribution
Requirements for Satisfying Performance Standard
Requirements for Satisfying Environmental-Protection Standard

Chapter 3: Without-project Conditions
Technical Analyses

Chapter 4: Reservoirs
Reservoir Operation Overview
Discharge-Reduction Assessment
Performance Considerations
Dam Safety Evaluation
Environmental Impacts

Chapter 5: Diversions
Diversion Operation Overview

Discharge-Reduction Assessment
Technical Considerations

Chapter 6: Channel Modifications
Channel Overview
Stage-Reduction Assessment
Incidental Impact of Channel Modifications
Technical Considerations
Capacity-Exceedance Analysis
Environmental Impact

Chapter 7: Levees and Floodwalls
Levee and Floodwall Overview
Flood Damage Reduction Assessment
Interior-Area Protection
Design Exceedance
Other Technical Considerations

Chapter 8: Other Measures That Reduce Existing-condition Damage Susceptibility
Requirements for Floodproofing
Requirements for Relocation
Requirements for Flood Warning-Preparedness Plans

Chapter 9: Measures That Reduce Future-condition Damage Susceptibility
Requirements for Construction and Land-Use Regulation
Requirements for Acquisition

Chapter 10: System Analysis
Plan Evaluation
Economic-Objective Evaluation for System


Hydrologic Engineering Requirements for Reservoirs Manual (115 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Reservoir Purposes

Chapter 3: Multiple-purpose Reservoirs

Chapter 4: Reservoir Systems

Chapter 5: Hydrologic Engineering Data

Chapter 6: Hydrologic Frequency Determinations

Chapter 7: Flood-runoff Analysis

Chapter 8: Water Surface Profiles

Chapter 9: Reservoir Sediment Analysis

Chapter 10: Flood-control Storage

Chapter 11: Conservation Storage

Chapter 12: Conservation Storage Yield

Chapter 13: Reservoir Sedimentation

Chapter 14: Spillways and Outlet Works

Chapter 15: Dam Freeboard Requirements

Chapter 16: Dam Break Analysis

Chapter 17: Channel Capacity Studies

Chapter 18: Real Estate and Right-of-way Studies


Groundwater Hydrology Manual (122 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Occurrence and Movement of Groundwater

Chapter 3: Planning a Groundwater Investigation and Modeling Study

Chapter 4: Field Investigative Methods

Chapter 5: Computer Modelling of Groundwater Flow

Chapter 6: Interaction Between Surface Water and Groundwater



Topographic Surveying II Manual (330 Pages)

Chapter 1: Missions, Operations, and Duties
Survey Missions
Survey Operations
Survey-Personnel Duties
Office Work
Survey Communication

Chapter 2: Project Planning
Section I - Evaluation and Scheduling
Project Requirements
Unit Capabilities
Accuracy Constraints
Administrative Support
Logistics Support
Section II - Information-Gathering Trips
Initial Site-Visitation Trip
Administrative-Recon Trip
Project-Visitation Trip
Section III - Project Execution

Chapter 3: Survey Recon
Section I - Recon Fundamentals
Recon Requirements
Recon-Party Composition
Section II - Recon Phases
Office Recon
Field Recon
Recon Reports

Chapter 4: Datums, Grids, and Coordinate References
Coordinate References

Chapter 5: Conventional Survey-data Collection
Section I - Fundamentals
Angle Determination
Distance Measurement
Electronic Total Stations
Section II - Targets
Optical-Theodolite Target Set
AISI Target Set
Target Setup
Lighted Target Sets
Target and Tribrach Adjustment
Section III - AISI
Quick Check
Data Collection
File Transfer
File Editing
Instrument Maintenance
Section IV - CAD Interface
Total-Station Data Collection and Input

Chapter 6: Traverse
Starting Control
Open Traverse
Closed Traverse
Traverse Stations
Traverse-Party Organization
Azimuth Computations
Azimuth-Bearing Angle Relationship
Coordinate Computations
Accuracy and Specifications

Chapter 7: Differential Leveling
Section I - Instruments and Equipment
Automatic Levels
Digital Levels
Optical-Micrometer Levels
Leveling Rods and Accessories
Instrument Testing and Adjustment
Section II - Precise Leveling Procedures
DE Determination

Field-Party Composition
Data Recording
C-Factor Determination
Center-Wire Adjustment
SIF Determination

Chapter 8: NAVSTAR GPS
Section I - GPS Overview
Operating and Tracking Modes
System Configuration
Broadcast Frequencies and Codes
Broadcast Ephemeris Data
Section II - Absolute Positioning
Absolute-Positioning Accuracies
Absolute-Positioning Error Sources
User Equivalent Range Error
Section III - Differential Precise Positioning
Code-Pseudorange Tracking
Carrier-Phase Tracking
Vertical Measurements
Differential Error Sources
Differential Accuracies
Section IV - Precise-Positioning Survey Planning
Project-Control Accuracy
Network-Design Factors
Network Design and Layout
GPS-S Techniques
Section V - Precise-Positioning Survey Conduct
Basic GPS-S Procedures
Absolute Positioning
Differential Positioning
DGPS Carrier-Phase Horizontal-Positioning Surveys
Static Surveying
Stop-and-Go Kinematic Surveying
Kinematic Surveying
Pseudokinematic Surveying
Rapid-Static Surveying
OTF/RTK Surveying
Section VI - Precise-Positioning Survey-Data Processing
Processing Techniques
Baseline Solution by Linear Combination
Baseline Solution by Cycle-Ambiguity Recovery
Data Processing and Verification
Loop-Closure Checks
Data Archival
Section VII - Precise-Positioning Survey Adjustments
GPS Error-Measurement Statistical Terms
Adjustment Considerations
Survey Accuracy
Internal Versus External Accuracy
Evaluation of Adjustment Results
Final-Adjustment Reports

Chapter 9: Artillery Surveys
US Army FA
Survey Planning

Chapter 10: Airfield-obstruction and Navaid Surveys
Airport Obstruction Charts and NAVAID Surveys
FAA and FAR Standards
Airfield-Data Accuracy Requirements

Chapter 11: Reports, Briefings, and Operation Orders
Section I - Reports
ISVT Report
Recon Report
Progress Report
End-of-Project Report
Incident Report
Report Disposition
Section II - Briefings
Impromptu Briefing
Deliberate Briefing
Briefing Procedures
Section III - Survey SOP and Supporting Annexes


Hydrographic Surveying Manual (579 Pages)

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Civil Works Applications

Chapter 3: Corps Accuracy Standards, Quality Control, and Quality Assurance Requirements

Chapter 4: Survey Accuracy Estimates for Dredging and Navigation Projects

Chapter 5: Project Control, Coordinate Systems, and Datums

Chapter 6: Planning and Processing Surveys for Civil Works Projects

Chapter 7: Positioning Techniques for Offshore Engineering Surveys

Chapter 8: Manual Depth Measurement Techniques

Chapter 9: Single Beam Acoustic Depth Measurement Techniques

Chapter 10: Multiple Transducer Channel Sweep Systems for Navigation Projects

Chapter 11: Accoustic Multibeam Survey Systems for Deep-Draft Navigation Projects

Chapter 12: Navigation Project Clearance and Object Detection-Mechanical Bar Sweeps and Side Scan Sonar

Chapter 13: Airborne LIDAR Hydrographic Surveying

Chapter 14: Dredging Support Surveys

Chapter 15: Dredge Measurement and Payment Volume Computations

Chapter 16: Real-Time Kinematic Differential GPS Surveys

Chapter 17: River Engineering Hydraulic and Channel Stabilization Surveys

Chapter 18: Coastal Engineering Surveys

Chapter 19: Electronic Charts of Inland and Coastal Navigation Systems

Chapter 20: Reservoir Sedimentation Surveys

Chapter 21: Depth Measurement Over Irregular or Unconsolidated Bottoms

Chapter 22: Contracted Survey Specifications and Cost Estimates

Appendix A: References

Appendix B: FGDC Hydrographic Accuracy Standard

Appendix C: FGDC Hydrographic Data Content Standard





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