Definition of resurvey in English:

resurvey

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
Pronunciation /ˌrēsərˈvā//ˌrisərˈveɪ/
  • 1Survey (a district) again.

    • ‘Even the five AAU officials present that day in Honolulu Harbor doubted what they saw, and they resurveyed the length of the openwater course multiple times.’
    • ‘Also in the 2002 budget is a record $27 million to address the backlog in resurveying the most critical U.S. waters.’
    • ‘There is an urgent need to resurvey and map the lake using modern tools such as the geographical information system.’
    • ‘After the original survey had been completed, it was necessary to resurvey a section that was in an area of swampy lowlands.’
    • ‘They moved north and east forcing the government to resume pastoral leases and resurvey and subdivide them for agricultural blocks and new towns to service them.’
    • ‘These mounds were resurveyed in order to determine their present condition.’
    • ‘But Records' Week chairman Robin Brown said that the move would mean new challenges for the event's organisers who would have to resurvey a new course for the boats on the lake.’
    • ‘After an explosion, the site was resurveyed and sectioned by deep trenches so that the geometry of various structures and ground movement that resulted could be accurately established.’
    • ‘Millions of square miles of sea floor - including large tracts off the west coast of Scotland - will now have to be resurveyed to identify the massive reservoirs that have not shown up on previous seismic studies.’
    • ‘The field study of shrub and herbaceous layers was done in the late spring of 1996, and then the area was resurveyed in the fall of 1998.’
    • ‘In 1730 the Maryland Assembly passed a measure to resurvey the one-hundred-acre site.’
    • ‘Tony Kelly is about to resurvey the existing border.’
    • ‘The Gangstas are currently resurveying Breathing Cave in Bath County, Virginia and Cassell Cave in Pocahontas County West Virginia on the third weekend of each month.’
    • ‘After the storm moves inland, USGS will resurvey the coast with both aircraft.’
    • ‘Francisco was hoping to resurvey some of the more complex areas of the cave and check that everything had been thoroughly explored.’
    • ‘In 1997, 33 of these plots were resurveyed, in addition to 26 new plots in the north area and 30 plots in the south area.’
    • ‘When officials established county boundaries, created a county court, formed Frederick Town, and resurveyed the land, they transformed this vernacular landscape into an official one.’
    • ‘The next stage of an appeal is to get the commonage resurveyed and a formal appeal produced.’
    1. 1.1 Study or investigate again.
      ‘the same people surveyed in 1992 will be resurveyed periodically’
      • ‘Periodically, nurses will be resurveyed to see if department improvement efforts are strengthening the work environment.’
      • ‘Cherlin et al. examined the lives of children at ages 7 (in the United Kingdom) or 7 to 11 in the United States), and resurveyed the same children roughly four years later, after their parents divorced.’
      • ‘Let me check one more time and get back to you,’ Jocelyn drawled and with exaggerated movements, she resurveyed the contents of the bag.’
      • ‘To estimate the total breeding population within the study area, 1 used the mean number of nests for colonies that were resurveyed once or twice in subsequent years.’
      • ‘Data were available at one-year follow-up on almost all study enrollees, and a subgroup of 1,511 women was resurveyed after three years of trial participation.’
      • ‘In January 2004, we resurveyed Delta College's staff.’
      • ‘Because of the implications of the above findings, we resurveyed our rural respondents to assess if any changes had occurred in their need and actual use of mental health care services.’
      • ‘They clipped and copied newspapers, surveyed businesses, resurveyed them as economic conditions changed, and revisited their early contacts as the downturn unfolded.’
      • ‘Forty-five of the men who participated in the first survey were resurveyed to ascertain if there had been any changes in their health seeking behaviors.’
      • ‘In the summer of 1999, the overstory vegetation was resurveyed.’
      • ‘In 1972, when environmentalists from many countries assembled in Stockholm to resurvey the global situation, they drew on the perspective worked out by those pioneering human ecologists.’
      • ‘Readers in each of the 30 Knight Ridder communities were surveyed to determine a starting point for each paper on each of the seven dimensions, then resurveyed at the end of 2003.’
      • ‘The Food Safety and Inspection Service plans to resurvey beef, pork, and chicken for dioxin contamination to get a better picture of the background levels in the U.S. food supply.’
      • ‘Let's face it, the holder of a card with Wells IS NOT periodically resurveyed as a credit as long as delinquency does not intervene.’

noun

Pronunciation /ˌrisərˈveɪ//rēˈsərˌvā//riˈsərˌveɪ//ˌrēsərˈvā/
  • An act of surveying a district or studying something again.

    • ‘A resurvey in April 1999 found that C. flavula occurred in continuous densities > 5 / m 2 at distances up to 100 m from roads, always located within R. pseudoacacia stands.’
    • ‘Later in the resurvey, while working out of a temporary camp, he made the discovery he had been searching for.’
    • ‘A survey and resurvey (one year apart) were undertaken in 1992-1993 to find out the prevalence rates of substance abuse disorders in a representative general population in metropolis Delhi.’
    • ‘In the resurvey carried out after 12 months, 50 households of the first survey were randomly selected and retained in all the clusters.’
    • ‘The probability of dormancy complicates assessments of postburn resprouting and necessitates frequent and long-term resurveys of tagged L. ohlingerae individuals.’

Pronunciation

resurvey

Verb/ˌrisərˈveɪ/

resurvey

Noun/ˌrisərˈveɪ//riˈsərˌveɪ//ˌrēsərˈvā/