February, 2016 | Bear Tree Land Surveying
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The Second Step To Understanding Your Land Survey

Posted by on Feb 27, 2016 in Land Surveyor Oklahoma City | 0 comments

Many individuals have heard of a land surveyor, but not all of them understand what a land surveyor does or how to read a land survey. In our previous post, we gave you the first step to understanding and reading your land survey provided to you by one of OKC’s finest land surveyors. Here is the second step to understanding your land survey. It’s okay to ask our land surveyor to go over the components of your PLSS (Public Land Survey System)....

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How To Read Your Land Survey

Posted by on Feb 20, 2016 in Land Surveyor Oklahoma City | 0 comments

Bearing Tree Land Surveying is all about giving you the tools you need to make life a little bit easier. With our land surveyor at your beckon call, he’ll provide you with the map that you need to complete a job well done. But what if you aren’t quite sure how to read this new-to-your-eyes map? Well, that’s easy; here’s how to read a land survey taken by the professionals at Bearing Tree in OKC. First off, it’s highly important that you come to...

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Advantages VS Disadvantages

Posted by on Feb 13, 2016 in Lidar Oklahoma City | 0 comments

Aerial Lidar is a great way to compile past and current data to view changes in the earth’s surface. There are many reasons why individuals decide to choose aerial Lidar over other types of GIS surveying techniques. In fact, many people have started using aerial Lidar and topographic maps together to complement one another. These individuals have discovered that more information can be gained if the two resources are being used together, rather...

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How Does LIDAR Work?

Posted by on Feb 3, 2016 in Lidar Oklahoma City | 0 comments

LIDAR is a fairly new application that is used to collect data of the earth. LIDAR data is most commonly collected from an airborne system. Collecting data of the earth’s surfaces, including shorelines, mountains, lakes, rivers, oceans and land is faster and easier than ever before. And it’s because of this that it comes to no surprise that LIDAR is one of the most popular ways to obtain GIS data. Not many people are comfortable with LIDAR yet,...

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