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'''''Horizontal control''''' is a reference point that is used to establish distance and position (for instance latitude and longitude). Compare with ["vertical conrol"]. '''''Horizontal control''''' is a reference point that is used to establish distance and position (for instance latitude and longitude). Compare with [:vertical conrol:vertical control].

Triangulation stations, traverse stations, intersection stations, GPS stations, and trilateration stations are all examples of geodetic marks for horizontal control.

Horizontal control is a reference point that is used to establish distance and position (for instance latitude and longitude). Compare with [:vertical conrol:vertical control].

Triangulation stations, traverse stations, intersection stations, GPS stations, and trilateration stations are all examples of geodetic marks for horizontal control.

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