field bookn.Volumes containing notes made while working at a site (in the field) to make a record of observations and discoveries.Land records made by surveyors as an official record of property ownership.
NotesField books were traditionally handwritten notes and sketches made in blank volumes. Field books for scientific surveys may describe general conditions of the site, measurements, description of procedures and methods, and sketches.
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