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Environmental Remote Sensing Applications Laboratory Records, 1970-1983

Charles Poulton posing with a remote sensing chart, 1974. Poulton was a professor of Range Management, eventually becoming the Director of the Range Management program, and also the first director of the Environmental
				Remote Sensing Applications Laboratory.

Information and Credits

RG 218

The Environmental Remote Sensing Applications Laboratory (ERSAL) Records document the projects undertaken by the Laboratory to forward the application of remote sensing technology to a variety of natural resource and environmental problems. ERSAL was established at Oregon State University in 1972 with funding from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

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Quantity

5.5 cubic feet, including 200 photographs; 6 boxes, including 1 roll storage container

Related Papers

The Research Office Records (RG 170) include materials pertaining to the administration and general oversight of the Environmental Remote Sensing Applications Laboratory.

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