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In 1743, the king appointed him as engineer and surveyor of roads of Louisiana and sent him to New Orleans.
The best explanation for it is that all these sailors and ships, including the highly skilled Spanish surveyors, were somehow mistaken by conditions, potentially by icebergs, in that region.
The cause was determined after testing by a surveyor.
The search team included maritime surveyors, marine archaeologists and naval historians who used an echo sounder and underwater drone to scour the area.
This week, the European Space Agency released an breathtaking image captured by its Gaia star-surveyor: hi-res slices of the heavens that capture an estimated 2.8 million stars, reports Deborah Byrd at Earth & Sky.
About 35 percent of the state’s adults told surveyors in 2011 that religion was very important to their lives, according to Gallup.
James Taylor was a land surveyor and was one of 14 Rangers along with four Meherrin Indians in Gov. Alexander Spotswood’s expedition that explored the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge Mountains claiming territory for King George I of England.
Since 2000, the agency has digitized many maps and documents used by surveyors, oil and gas producers and other professionals who can now download them online for free, rather than purchasing copies.
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