Regrarians eHandbook – 2•Geography

Regrarians eHandbook – 2•Geography

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…The Regrarians eHandbook 2•Geography chapter has excellent directions for mapping and surveying and is available to purchase for download. It is highly recommended if you are interested in Keyline design…“, Matthew Wilson, Thesis, ‘Perennial Pathways: Planning & Establishment Practices for Edible Agroforestry‘, Masters of Science in Crop Sciences, Thesis, University of Illinois, 2017

The sections of 2.Geography are as follows:


2.01 Applying the Geography Layer
2.02 Cartography
2.03 GIS/CAD Design
2.04 Topographic/Aerial Base Map
2.05 Cross Sectional Elevations & Relief Models
2.06 Standard Line, Symbol & Hatching Styles
2.07 Page & Paper Sizes
2.08 Geographic Projection
2.09 Elevation Contour Intervals


2.10 Geography of Keyline
2.11 Geometry of Keyline


2.12 Land Elements
2.13 Land Capability Classes


2.14 Site Analysis
2.15 Proximity
2.16 Zone Analysis
2.17 Sector Analysis
2.18 Solar Access/Sun Angles
2.19 Catchment Analysis
2.20 Land Capability Assessments (LCA)


2.21 Basic Surveying
2.22 Low-Tech Survey Instruments
2.23 Medium-Tech Survey Instruments
2.24 High-Tech Survey Instruments
2.25 Level/GNSS Topographic/Feature Survey
2.26 Dumpy Level Topographic Survey/Set Out
2.27 Total Station/RTK Survey
2.28 Total Station/RTK Set Out


2.29 Bullseye!

2.30 Formulae & Conversions Appendices

References & Further Reading Glossary

1 review for Regrarians eHandbook – 2•Geography

  1. cnjavens (verified owner)

    Excellent e-book. Very broad topic, explained extremely well and would allow the knowledge learnt here to be practically applied. Applies many principles including Key-line design and permaculture techniques. Well worth the money and just what I have been looking for. Thank you.

    • Darren Doherty

      Thanks CNJavens – we put a lot of effort into the Regrarians Handbook being as useful as it can be to people who want to do solid work. Your comments are very much appreciated. Cheers, Darren

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