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Assessment of the Impact of the California Water Project in Southern CaliforniaAs the California State Water Project progresses and enters operation, it is suggested that changes in land use which may be monitored and anlayzed by remote sensing techniques will follow suite. Progress in each of these areas of research and automated mapping techniques to monitor these changes is presented for two specific regions: (1) the Perris Valley surrounding the future Lake Perris; and (2) the Sheep Creek Fan-Mirage Basin area of the Mojave Desert.
Document ID
19730012627
Document Type
Other
Authors
Bowden, L. W. (California Univ. Riverside, CA, United States)
Brooner, W. G. (California Univ. Riverside, CA, United States)
Bailey, H. P. (California Univ. Riverside, CA, United States)
Coleman, V. B. (California Univ. Riverside, CA, United States)
Dykman, P. T. (California Univ. Riverside, CA, United States)
Johnson, C. W. (California Univ. Riverside, CA, United States)
Pease, R. W. (California Univ. Riverside, CA, United States)
Date Acquired
August 7, 2013
Publication Date
February 1, 1971
Publication Information
Publication: An Integrated Study of Earth Resources in the State of Calif. Using Remote Sensing Tech.
Subject Category
GEOPHYSICS
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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