Home Planet Earth magazine Planet Earth is a free magazine aimed at non-specialists and members of the public with an interest in environmental science. It is available in print for UK subscribers; unfortunately we can't send paper copies outside the UK, but the electronic version of the magazine is available online for all our readers. UK readers can subscribe (or unsubscribe) to receive paper copies, or notify us of a change of address by emailing email@example.com. Latest edition Alternatively, PDF documents of each article (or the entire magazine) are available to download below. Unless specified, all articles are less than 1MB in size. Planet Earth - Autumn 2014 (PDF, 8·2MB) The full magazine. News (PDF, 1·8MB) Neanderthals bred with modern humans, new water bear found in Antarctica, spider venom offers pesticide hope for bees and other stories in brief. (Cover story) Out of the laboratory and into the Amazon (PDF, 5·1MB) When children's balloons rescue million-pound research projects. What's eating you?
EBEA – Working together to develop excellence in economics, business and enterprise education Geomatics/land surveyor: job description What does a geomatics surveyor or a land surveyor do? Typical employers | Qualifications and training | Key skills Geomatics surveyors or land surveyors measure, map, assess, and collect and interpret information about specific pieces of land. They often work on land due to be redeveloped (built on) or on which the built infrastructure (such as railways) is due to be repaired – but not always. Archaeologists might employ land surveyors to find out more about possible sites of archaeological interest, for example. Typical responsibilities of the job include: undertaking land/topographic/hydrographic/measured building surveys, using a variety of specialist equipment and technology, such as robotics and 3D scannersanalysing data using plans, maps, charts and software such as AutoCAD and GIS (geographic information systems) programspreparing survey drawingspresenting data to clients and writing reportsadvising about technical matters and whether construction plans are viable
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