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  1. questionConcrete Pillar Monument Overview
    Concrete Pillar Monuments Back to comparison table Mount Commonly Used Stability Cost Install Time Labor Substrate Site Impact e.g. SECO 2072-series med $500-2,000 1-3 d 2-3 BR, U med Concrete pillar monuments can vary greatly in design, but are generally simple monuments consisting ...

  2. questionGeneric / Simple Rebar-reinforced Concrete Pillar Design and Pipe Diagram (2 diagrams)
    Generic / Simple Rebar-reinforced Concrete Pillar Design Generic / Simple Rebar-reinforced Concrete Pillar Pipes

  3. questionUSGS INVAR Rod Encased in Concrete Pillar in Yellowstone, Wyoming (diagram)
    USGS INVAR Rod Encased in Concrete Pillar in Yellowstone, Wyoming See the USGS Yellowstone Continuous GPS Network page for more.

  4. questionINVAR Rod Encased in Concrete Pillar at Red Butte, Utah (2 diagrams)
    INVAR Rod Encased in Concrete Pillar at Red Butte, Utah

  5. questionINVAR Rod Encased in Concrete Pillar in Greenland (diagram)
    INVAR Rod Encased in Concrete Pillar in Greenland

  6. questionGuidelines for Setting a National CORS Monument (2000)
    GUIDELINES FOR SETTING A NATIONAL CORS MONUMENT Submitted by Orland W. Murray Member Process Action Team 20 INTRODUCTION This document serves as an illustrated guide for the construction of a monument for a National CORS (Continuously Operating Reference Station). The monument consists of a mass ...

  7. questionReport on the Installation of the National CORS Prototype Monument (July 2000)
    REPORT ON THE INSTALLATION OF THE NATIONAL CORS PROTOTYPE MONUMENT Written by Dennis A. Hoar Team Leader Process Action Team 20 July 2000 This report documents the procedures, materials, and costs involved in the setting of a prototype National CORS (Continuously Operating Reference Station) mon ...

  8. questionConcrete Pillar at Platteville, Colorado (diagram)
    Concrete Pillar at Platteville, Colorado Installed by National Geodetic Survey Contact: Richard Cohen, NGS Colorado State Advisor