Field and Office Procedures

FIELD  AND  OFFICE  PROCEDURES

The field and office procedures follow the procedure set out by the following U. S. Department of Commerce Publications:

Classification, Standards of Accuracy, and General Specifications of Geodetic Control Surveys, National Ocean Survey, Rockville, MD, February 1974.

Specifications to support Classification, Standards, of Accuracy, and General Specifications of Geodetic Control Surveys, National Ocean Survey, Rockville, MD, July 1975

Code

ESTABLISHING  AGENCY

A County of San Diego
B Corps of Army Engineers
C California Division of Beaches & Parks
D U.S.C. & G.S. (National Geodetic Survey)
E U.S.G.S.
F California State Highway
G City of San Diego
H Fairchild
I California Geodetic Survey
J U.S.G.L.O.
K U.S.D.A. (U.S. Department of Agriculture)-Also called Bureau of Land Management
L U. S. Navy
M Private Engineer or Surveyor
N Other
   
Code ORDER OF ELEVATION
1 First Order
2 Second Order
3 Third Order
4 Lower Order
   
Code

TYPE OF MONUMENT

A Concrete Monument and Disk
B Concrete Monument and Pin
C Street Survey Monument
D Super Bench Mark
E

Spike, i.e., Bridge, Boat, R.R., etc.

F Hub & Tack
G Capped Pipe
H Pipe and Tag
I

Lead and Tack or Tag in Concrete Structure

J Lead and Tack in Boulder
K Lead and Tack or Tag in Curb, Sidewalk or Pavement
L Chiseled Cross or Square on Boulder
M Chisled Cross or Square on Concrete Structure
N Chisled Cross or Square on Curb, Sidewalk or Pavement
O Disk in Concrete Structure
P Disk in Boulder
Q Disk in Curb or Sidewalk
R Disk in Building
S Steel Pin
T Pipe - No Cap or Tag
U Bolt
V Drill Hole
W Tee Bar
X Other
Y Steel Fence Post
Z Nail, i.e., Box, Common, Concrete, Copper, etc.

 


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