PSLS Reaches New Heights

07 Apr 2014 1:52 PM | Office Manager (Administrator)
Updated March 29

PSLS Reached New Heights Thanks to Volunteers During Surveyors' Week

The PSLS Reaching New Heights Team and PSLS want to extend a big thank you to everyone who participated in National Surveyors Week and PRNH March 16-22!  We have accomplished a lot in a short period of time.  While a final tally isn’t complete this is the latest set of accomplishments.

PSLS Reaching New Heights - As of March 29, we have reported:
  • 85 point groups volunteered
  • 108 point recoveries were reported
  • 42 point occupations were reported
  • 9 shared solutions were reported
The QA/QC process had just begun. It may be a week or two until our volunteers get a chance to review your occupations. They will be in touch shortly.

Public Relations Activities: Photo Submissions

We know many more occupations occurred than have been reported so please submit your recoveries and occupations!  If your submitted your occupation to OPUS and it didn’t process correctly, submit the raw data to us anyway.  We have a team of volunteers willing to examine this data and remove observations that may be causing issues.  We will do our best to get it to process.

Please remember to submit your information through the online map so that we can keep a tally of activities. If you observed a point not appearing on the map, please e-mail Brian Naberezny so that the point can be added.

For those of you waiting for snow to clear, don’t worry the map will be available for some time.  Your regional coordinator will be in touch in the next week or two to get an update on your progress.  Anyone who wants to volunteer and hasn’t had a chance, go right ahead and volunteer using the interactive map.

Over the next few months PRNH will be transitioning to a permanent initiative and changes will be made to the interactive map to address the shortcomings uncovered in the past month.  Please refer to the map when you will be occupying bench marks with GPS to see if there are points in the area that may be beneficial to your work as well as for PRNH. 

Again we would like to thank our regional coordinators, those that helped with public relations initiatives, and all of you who volunteered your time to make this event a huge success!

Adam Crews, PSLS President and PRNH Regional Coordinator Manager
Mike Kreiger, PSLS President-Elect and PRNH Public Relations Manager
Brian Naberezny, PRNH Technical Manager

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