The Geodetic Survey of South Africa1

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THE Report on the Geodetic Survey of South Africa, presented to both Houses of the Cape Parliament, and printed in Blue-book form, is interesting and important. It is a record of geodetic work well planned and ably carried out, and it has a permanent value, not only from a scientific point of view, but as an accurate basis upon which all future surveys of the country may be confidently founded.

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WILSON, C. The Geodetic Survey of South Africa1. Nature 55, 225–227 (1897) doi:10.1038/055225e0

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