unsurveyed

unsurveyed

(ˌʌnsɜːˈveɪd)
adj
not surveyed; that has not been surveyed or thoroughly examined; not having been subjected to a survey
References in classic literature ?
At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that land and sea be infinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable.
50) Though the valley was still unsurveyed public land, (51) some individuals set up camp there to await business opportunities serving the travelers they believed would be drawn by the florid accounts of the area's natural wonders.
In 2014, the GEOBIA techniques were applied to Landsat 8 imagery of the entire basin, correctly identifying six new productive localities in a previously unsurveyed part of the basin.
As depicted in Figure 1, application of such circles resulted in scattered "slivers" of landscape that, under these assumptions, were unsurveyed.
New lands are being thrown open by the government right along, as fast as surveys can be made, but the surveyors cannot keep pace with the incoming settlers and there seems every reason to believe that there will be thousands of settlers who will go into the unsurveyed country this summer and take up the favored locations under squatters rights.
If the contour is unreliable, inadequate or unsurveyed it will be illustrated as a dashed line and the soundings will be thin upright values on a paper chart, and on an ENC the soundings will be illustrated with circles around them.
The adventurers were in a little-inhabited, unsurveyed, unowned and almost ungoverned country, theretofore thought to have little value.
However, many parts of the region remain unsurveyed.
We provide faunistic information about the dung beetles of the Sundiken Mountains in Eskisehir Province, a formerluy unsurveyed region, in order to alleviate the lack of enough distributional information on Turkey Scarabaeidae dung beetle species.
Researchers, teachers and indigenous rangers spent 10 days probing forests and soil in a largely unsurveyed area in a project sponsored by the government, mining company BHP and the Earthwatch Australia environment group.
For Strandsbjerg and Steinberg, as for Bear and Eden, mapping at sea brings a cartographic logic of stasis and control, points and lines, to an ocean whose biogeophysical properties (mobile fish for Bear and Eden, the unsurveyed Arctic seabed for Strandsbjerg, water and hydrocarbon molecules for Steinberg) are resistant to a terrestrial ontology of bounded zones and emplaced points of power and knowledge.