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1999 NEVADA HIGH ACCURACY REFERENCE NETWORK RESULTS

HARN SURVEY RESULTS RELEASED ON MAY 15th, 2000

The National Geodetic Survey in conjunction with the Nevada Association of Land Surveyors completed the fieldwork for the Nevada State-wide reoccupation of the High Accuracy Reference Network near the middle of May, 1999. The adjustment results are now complete.

 

Many areas of the State were improved in HARN density tremendously. Additionally, each Nevada station's horizontal precision either meets or exceeds "A Order" (1:10,000,000)! The ellipsoidal and vertical precisions vary. Click on the NALS-HARN map in the Links and Resources page to view the collective Federal Base Network (FBN) and Cooperative Base Network (CBN). Click on the NV NGS-HARN VALUES to view the NGS' list of newly added or reobserved stations in our State.

 

A multitude of thanks are extended to all who participated in this effort, especially including the National Geodetic Survey, inclusive of but not limited to: Mr. Stephen Frakes, Ms. Juliana Blackwell, Mr. Gary Fredrick (now retired), Mr. William Stone, Mr. Dave Minkel, the NGS FBN field crews as well as others who toiled behind the scenes at NGS (including their Website author).

 

An additional NALS organizational and Nevada citizen thanks are wholeheartedly extended to all private a public firms who devoted nearly 30-hours of field occupation time (including overtime travel and in some cases lodging). A sincere thanks to other key individuals such as Mr. Duane Price, PLS, City of North Las Vegas (Southern Chapter Coordinator); Mr. Larry Grube, PLS, Summit Engineering (Lahontan Chapter Coordinator); Mr. Dan Harmening, PLS, All Points North (Great Basin Chapter Coordinator); and our liaison to the NGS, Mr. Timothy Wolf, PLS, Las Vegas Valley Water District (NALS State Coordinator).

 

BRIEF OVERVIEW

The Nevada Association of Land Surveyors is a statewide non-profit association of Professional Land Surveyors and associates dedicated to advancing the image and profession of Land Surveying. The purpose of this association shall be to promote the common good and welfare of its members in their activities in the profession of Land Surveying; to promote and maintain the highest possible standards of professional ethics and practice; to promote professional uniformity; to promote public awareness and trust in Professional Land Surveyors and their work. (NALS Constitution and Bylaws, Article II).

 

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GENERAL MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION AND APPLICATION

The Nevada Association of Land Surveyors is proud to offer many benefits to its members. If you are interested in becoming a member, please feel free to call upon any of the officers listed under the Contact Information (at left) link. You may also download or print an application form by clicking on the graphic (at right - Adobe Acrobat PDF file).

 

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