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Title: Building a better pipeline map: GPS 'reinvents the wheel'
Category: Technical papers from Pipes & Pipelines International
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Catalog No.: 784
Date of Publication: Feb 2001
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Adena Shutzberg
Abstract: Pipeline maps are not as glamorous as maps of forests or new subdivisions. The individual maps are thin strips that link together to form a long chain covering both densely-populated and remote areas. Along with the route of the pipeline, the surveyor keeps a keen eye out for significant features along the corridor to mark on the map: roads and rivers, valves, and pump stations. At the same time, he or she is collecting another virtually-'invisible' piece of information for the pipeline engineers: the actual length of the pipe from the start to the end.
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