Western Regional Remote Sensing Conference Proceedings - 1979
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NASA Ames Research Center Sponsored the first Western Regional Remote Sensing Conference at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California on October 17-19, 1979. The conference featured lecturers, panel discussions, and remote sensing users from the 14 western states. Participants explained their diverse applications of Landsat data, discussed operational goals, and exchanged problems and solutions. In addition, conference participants stressed the need for increased cooperation among state and local governments, private industry, and universities to aid NASA's objective of transferring to user agencies the ability to operationally use remote sensing technology for resource and environmental quality management
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