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Water supply studiesThe primary test site for water supply investigations continues to be the Feather River watershed in northeastern California. This test site includes all of the area draining into and including the Oroville Reservoir. The principal effort is to determine the extent to which remote sensing techniques, when properly employed, can provide information useful to those persons concerned with the management and planning of lands and facilities for the production of water, using the Oroville Reservoir and the California Water Project as the focus for the study. In particular, emphasis is being placed on determining the cost effectiveness of information derived through remote sensing as compared with that currently being derived through more conventional means.
Document ID
19740009914
Document Type
Other
Authors
Burgy, R. H. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Algazi, V. R. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Draeger, W. C. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Churchman, C. W. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Thomas, R. W. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Lauer, D. T. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Hoos, I. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Krumpe, P. F. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Nichols, J. D. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Gialdini, M. J. (California Univ. Davis, CA, United States)
Date Acquired
August 7, 2013
Publication Date
December 31, 1973
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.