This course emphasizes the practices and field skills utilized in the planning, surveying and construction of resource roads and trails. Methodologies for road and trail surveys, road design, road construction, trail construction, road maintenance and deactivation are discussed. Safety, economic and ecological considerations are incorporated into the learning outcomes. Examples of how field survey data can be transferred to computer programs such as RoadEng Survey Map to produce survey plots is also included.
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