from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One versed in geodesy; a geodetic surveyor. Also geodesian, geodete.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One versed in geodesy.
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- noun A person who works with or studies
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A practicing chemist and geodesist by profession, he nevertheless considered scientific philosophy, and especially logic, to be his vocation.
For example who would ever think of a carpet installer, optician, construction estimator, geodesist, and agricultural-engineering technician as having the same aptitudes?
William F. Whelan was a cartographer and geodesist for the Army Map Service who played a mean, nay, a wild cornet.
"It is becoming clear that we are receiving good information for the regions that are of interest from a geophysical point of view," says TUM geodesist Prof. Reiner Rummel, chairman of the consortium, who presented the first interim results of the mission on May 7 at the
"The new elevation came in at only a few inches different than the previous observations," said Larry Signani, team geodesist for all three expeditions.
The geodesist from Bonn is co-author of a scientific paper, which has just been published in the Journal of Geophysical Research.
The scientist is a geodesist at the University of Bonn, and also a coauthor of a new scientific paper detailing the findings which appears in the latest issue of the respected Journal of Geophysical Research.
Let the term geoid apply to the natural irregular surface of the earth and the term spheroid to the ideal regular sur - face of the geodesist which coincides nearly with sealevel and is necessarily a level surface.