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IntroductionSince May 1970, personnel on several campuses of the University of California have been conducting investigations which seek to determine the usefulness of modern remote sensing techniques for studying various components of California's earth resources complex. Emphasis has been given to California's water resources as exemplified by the Feather River project and other aspects of the California Water Plan. This study is designed to consider in detail the supply, demand, and impact relationships. The specific geographic areas studied are the Feather River drainage in northern California, the Chino-Riverside Basin and Imperial Valley areas in southern California, and selected portions of the west side of San Joaquin Valley in central California. An analysis is also given on how an effective benefit-cost study of remote sensing in relation to California's water resources might best be made.
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Colwell, R. N.
(California Univ. Berkeley, CA, United States)
Date Acquired
August 7, 2013
Publication Date
December 31, 1973
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Publication: An Integrated Study of Earth Resources in the State of Calif. Using Remote Sensing Tech.
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Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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