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Pegs (Survey Stakes) - SS2 Agriculture Lesson Note

Survey pegs, also known as survey stakes, are wooden or metal markers driven into the ground.

They are used to permanently mark key points, such as property corners or specific features on a survey map.

Surveyors often drive pegs into the ground at surveyed points and attach tags or labels to them for easy identification.

These pegs help prevent disputes over land boundaries and provide reference points for future surveys.

Together, these surveying tools form the foundation of accurate land measurement and mapping. Surveyors use them in combination with other instruments like theodolites, total stations, and GPS devices to create detailed land surveys and maps that are essential for construction, land development, and various other applications in engineering and geography.

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