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xyHt Magazine! Digital Edition for July 2020

xyHt is here again! If you don’t have a subscription to our print editions, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, never fear—here’s the digital edition. Click here, or on the cover to the right, to view the July 2020 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include: (Links will...

xyHt Magazine! Digital Edition for June 2020

xyHt is back in print! But if you don’t have a subscription, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy (or copies?) already, never fear—here’s the digital edition. Click here to view the June 2020 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout June, as they...

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xyHt Magazine May issue, 2020

This month, xyHt is digital only, due to the concerns over the coronavirus disrupting our ability to print and delivery of the magazine. Click on the cover to the right to view the May 2020 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout May): Preserving the Past Multi-Platform 3D...

xyHt Magazine Heights 2020 Issue

Click on the cover below to view the Heights 2020 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout April): Drone Surveying in the Ozarks: An engineering and surveying firm was tasked with the daunting job of surveying up to 160 acres to collect data needed to design a new...

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xyHt Magazine April Issue, 2020

Click on the cover to the right to view the April 2020 issue of xyHt magazine. Articles in the issue include (links will turn live throughout April): Gavin Schrock’s editorial, Another Curveball: The current global concern (COVID-19) was generally not anticipated, and the situation changes daily. The Many Facets of Surveying: Surveyors have traditionally done...

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Locating More than Monuments: Demining with Schonstedt

How the Schonstedt Humanitarian Demining Initiative works—and how you can help. You know the magnetic locator well, no doubt. Whether yours is a Schonstedt or another brand, geospatial professionals are familiar with these instruments due to their common use in detecting survey markers. Border-marking studs, often sunk by surveyors gone by, are made of the...