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1. Field books
Individual project field notes are generally subsets of a larger series of survey operations and contained in field books. Three main field book types are defined by their method of holding pages together, Figure C-1:
- Book - Uses a sewn or glued binding; hard- or soft-cover.
- Spiral bound - Pages are held together with a spiral or comb metal binding which allows the book to be folded back on itself for easier note taking.
- Binder - Loose-leaf pages are held together with two sets of three-ring clips. Its advantage is that the pages can be removed for filing after project completion and can reused with additional paper.
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Field Book Types
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