Surveying and mapping technologies have undergone dramatic transformations during the past few decades. Surveying is a multi-disciplined profession using advanced technology with a focus on land-related issues including geodesy, photogrammetry, land surveying, remote sensing, and geographic information systems.

Licensure as a Professional Land Surveyor is required in all fifty states and the U.S. territories.

Colleges specializations may be land surveying, forestry, GIS, geography, environmental science, civil engineering, and natural resource management.
Some of the schools that offer land surveying in New England include:

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Tidal Observation Seminar (computer disk)
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GPS & Light Squared
GPS World
February 2011  

Ability of Surveyor Technicians
Brent Jones
June 2010

Property Disputes
Wayne Zirolli, LS
July 21, 1998

The Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors (CALS) is pleased to offer annual scholarships to deserving students of surveying.

New London County