Definition of Geodesist. Meaning of Geodesist. Synonyms of Geodesist

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Definition of Geodesist

Geodesist
Geodesist Ge*od"e*sist, n. One versed in geodesy.

Meaning of Geodesist from wikipedia

- also takes polar motion into account, a phenomenon closely monitored by geodesists. In surveying and mapping, important fields of application of geodesy...
- group of 167 scientists, with mathematicians, naturalists, chemists, and geodesists among them. Their discoveries included the Rosetta Stone, and their work...
- March 1842, Ellwangen, Württemberg – 17 April 1899, Hanover) was a German geodesist who conducted surveys in Germany and Africa and founded the German geodesy...
- Meinesz (30 July 1887 – 10 August 1966) was a Dutch geophysicist and geodesist. He is known for his invention of a precise method for measuring gravity...
- Finn Bjørnseth (5 February 1892 – 5 May 1970) was a Norwegian geodesist and military officer. Bjørnseth was born in Kristiania (now Oslo), a son of colonel...
- September] 1878 – October 1, 1948) was a Russian and later Soviet astronomer and geodesist. He was born in Galich. In 1900 he graduated from the Mezhevoy (land surveying)...
- Cichy (Polish pronunciation: [ˈlɛʂɛk ˈt͡ɕixɨ]) is a Polish mountaineer, geodesist, financier, and entrepreneur. He was born in Pruszków, Poland on November...
- Erik Tengström (1913–1996), Swedish astronomer and geodesist. Tengström was born in Motala, Sweden, and was a descendant of the first archbishop of Åbo...
- scientist 73.70 Physicist or astronomer 73.48 Chemist 73.33 Geologist or geodesist 69.75 Physical scientist, not elsewhere cl****ified 73.09 Biological or...
- in Kangaslampi – 23 October 1971, in Helsinki) was a famous Finnish geodesist. He is mostly known for his refinement of the theory of isostasy by George...
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