Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

J. Ronald Miner Papers, 1959-2004

Scope and Content Note

This collection includes article reprints, certificates, correspondence, a diploma, employment records, grant proposals, photographs, publications, reports, research data and notes, and a plaque.

In addition to documenting Miner's research activities, these records also reflect his role in providing expert testimony in legal cases regarding the environmental impact of livestock management facilities. Two of the reports offer concluding analyses of the Tillamook Rural Clean Water Project, while the legal case involves a suit over a waste disposal permit application for a dairy in Texas. Transcripts of Miner's testimony as well as accompanying correspondence and informational materials are included.

The photographs consist primarily of slides (about 160) depicting a tour of international researchers (OIRD?) led by Miner to various OSU facilities and around Oregon, a presentation on the history of Tualatin, and a slide show relating to Tillamook/odor control.

Handouts and transparencies used in presentations and workshops are also included.


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