Handbook of Offshore Surveying | Volume I, II & III

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The series Handbook of Offshore Surveying Volume I, II and III is an encompassing series that is unmissable for the modern day hydrographer. This complete set of books should be on the desks of every hydrographic survey company and the professionals working for them, while it can be used as reference book for daily practice in offshore surveying in the fields of projects, preparation & processing, positioning & tides and acquisition sensors.


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Volume I

Volume I of the series Handbook of Offshore Surveying focuses on Projects, Preparation & Processing in offshore surveying. In this volume the authors are describing hydrography for nautical charting, dredging, inspection, rig moves, cable and pipe lay and offshore installation. Further to that preparation, processing and reporting are a major part of this volume.

Authors: H.J. Lekkerkerk & M.J. Theijs
ISBN/EAN: 978-90-816591-1-6
Publisher: Geomares BV
Pages: 232
Binding information: Paperback

Volume II

Volume II of the series Handbook of Offshore Surveying is titled Positioning & Tides dives deep into geodesy, positioning and satellite navigation. All kinds of equipment to operate that positioning and measurement is described, like USBL, DVL and gyro compasses. This volume also goes into tidal correction and programs doing that.

Authors: H.J. Lekkerkerk & M.J. Theijs
ISBN/EAN: 978-90-816591-2-3
Publisher: Geomares BV
Pages: 240
Binding information: Paperback

Volume III

Volume III of the series Handbook of Offshore Surveying is titled Acquisition Sensors. In this volume the authors are describing the deployment and operation of Lidar, singlebeam echo sounders, multibeam echo sounders, side scan sonar, remote sensing bathymetry and other measurement technology.

Authors: H.J. Lekkerkerk & M.J. Theijs
ISBN/EAN: 978-90-816591-3-0
Publisher: Geomares BV
Pages: 224
Binding information: Paperback

If you would like to order only one volume or more copies of the Handbook of Offshore Surveying, please enquire about our attractive discount offers by contacting Myrthe van der Schuit.


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