Land Survey Review Manual

Land Survey Review Manual (Hardcover)Land Survey Review Manual

Product Description
This manual provides a review for land licensing examinees, a reference for surveyors and students, and a summary of the profession of surveying for others.
Multiple choice questions follow the review of each subject. At the end of each chapter, these questions and problems are explained and/or solved. The explanations often have additional teaching points. A unique feature is discussion of the many 'logical distractors' in the multiple choice questions. The purpose of this is to develop skills in analyzing multiple choice questions as well as provide additional teaching points.

The Land Survey Review Manual is also available in Kindle Edition:

Kindle Edition of Land Survey Review Manual

Eric D. Colburn, PLS, "The Geo-Business Innovator", helps geo-professionals improve through innovative solutions, mastery of marketing and business growth strategies, and coaching/training. Eric is a successful, serial entrepreneur, podcaster, industry writer, product development consultant, and RI licensed professional land surveyor.

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2 comments on “Land Survey Review Manual
  1. epalmetto says:

    this is a good one Eric…thanks for the heads up!

  2. Larry says:

    This book is NOT available in Kindle edition.

    It seems a previous publisher “forgot” they no longer had the rights to publish this book in any form.

    They also “forgot” that when they sold copies of the book they might owe the widow of the author some royalty. Funny how they suddenly remembered “some” sales after being provided proof that the widow knew what they were doing. Also funny how they suddenly recalled even more sales when the widow provided further proof of sales not “remembered” earlier.

    This same previous publisher (Taylor and Francis) “forgot” they had received a notice they were going to be sued for their illegal actions until that suit was actually filed. Odd how every single one of their many “innocent mistakes” seemed to put money in their pockets at the expense of the Buckner Estate. Very odd indeed.